UFO News Article & TV News Report: “I-Team: Documents prove secret UFO study based in Nevada”

Updated: 4 May 2018 (CBS KLAS-TV LasVegasNOW.com, Las Vegas, Nevada) George Knapp and Matt Adams report on the Advanced Aerospace (or Aviation) Threat Identification Program (AATIP)/Advanced Aerospace Weapon System Applications Program (AAWSAP) story. http://www.lasvegasnow.com/news/i-team-documents-prove-secret-ufo-study-based-in-nevada/1160375205 Related posts: realtvufos.blogspot.com/search?q=Advanced+Aerospace+(or+Aviation)+Threat+Identification+Program realtvufos.blogspot.com/search?q=Advanced+Aerospace+Weapon+System+Applications+Program The Pentagon (2008), Arlington, Virginia(wikimedia.org photo) Check out the original article here. Author: Blogger

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Google Searches: Focus On the Advanced Aerospace Weapon System Applications Program (AAWSAP)

The Advanced Aerospace (or Aviation) Threat Identification Program (AATIP) (a U.S. Department of Defense programme) was first dubbed the Advanced Aerospace Weapon System Applications Program (AAWSAP), according to a The Drive article (thedrive.com). https://www.google.com/search?num=100&q=“Advanced+Aerospace+Weapon+System+Applications+Program” (Search term: “Advanced Aerospace Weapon System Applications Program”) https://www.google.com/search?num=100&q=“AAWSAP” (“AAWSAP”) (wikimedia.org image) Check out the original article here. Author: Blogger

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Congressional Hearing on UFOs Suggested by Space Subcommittee Member

According to a ranking member of the U.S. House Science Subcommittee on Space, the recent revelation the Pentagon investigated UFOs piqued his interest. He says he suggested to the head of the subcommittee and the chairman of the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology that hearings be held on the matter. A fellow politician […]

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Meet the Volcanologist Running for Congress – Rocky Planet

Jess Phoenix, a volcanologist and Democrat running for the US House, doing field work. It is always exciting (to me) when a scientist runs for public office — and doubly so if that person is a geologist. There have been a few geologists who made waves as politicians, including Colorado governor John Hickenlooper (we’ll leave […]

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What I Learned Studying Real Vampires – The Crux

A scene from “Interview with the Vampire” featuring Christian Slater and Brad Pitt. (Credit: Warner Bros./Youtube) [Editor’s note: One of the most popular articles on our site is a piece by Georgia Institute of Technology researcher John Edgar Browning about his work with the real vampire community, published in March 2015. In it, Browning discusses what a […]

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Man records rare dark straight line blocking a rainbow

So many strange things are happening in the sky; on May 17, 2018 a man sees a strange bank of clouds in the sky and begins recording while driving. It looks like a dark straight line blocking a rainbow but could it be a cloud shadow or there is something between the cloud and the […]

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Mosquito Bites Leave A Lasting Impression On Our Immune System – D-brief

(Credit: Kokhanchikov/Shutterstock) Mosquito bites are like a gross form of French kissing — the insects swap your blood with their saliva, and leave a trail of salivary secretions behind like mosquito cooties. Some of those compounds prevent clotting as the insects slurp up your blood. Now researchers find mosquito spit aggravates your immune system for days […]

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The Story Of Southeast Asia Through Ancient DNA – Dead Things

Ancient DNA from archaeological sites in Southeast Asia, such as Thailand’s World Heritage site Ban Chiang, has refined our understanding of how farmers and hunter-gatherers mixed and mingled millennia ago. (Credit Wikimedia Commons) Southeast Asia is home to scores of different languages and cultures, but the story of how such diversity blossomed in the region has always […]

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Your Emergency Contact Does More Than You Think – D-brief

(Credit: Shutterstock) You know when you’re filling out your medical paperwork and it asks for your emergency contact? Sure, the process might be annoying, but that emergency contact could actually be put to good use by researchers. Since many of us use a family member, those contacts can help scientists create family trees. And they can […]

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Autonomous Flatcars Could Help Drones Deliver Goods – Drone360

Patent drawing from Cambridge Research & Development for an autonomous, battery-powered, drone-toting, delivery flatcar. (Credit: Cambridge Research & Development) A research company is seeking funding to build a prototype autonomous, battery-powered flatcar that would serve as a platform for package-delivery drones. Cambridge Research & Development in New Hampshire has applied for a patent for the concept. […]

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New Search for Aliens May Be Funded By Congress

      A climate denier from Texas may be the reason the S-word is back in vogue in Congress. Oh yeah, not that S-word, the other one: SETI. By Jeanna BrynerLive Science5-10-18 That’s right, Congress is talking about spending a bunch of money on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (or SETI) for the first […]

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Plumes on Europa, a Target for Alien Life

     Europa, a moon of Jupiter thought to harbor a warm, saltwater ocean sloshing beneath a thick, icy crust, has long been considered one of the best spots in the solar system to look for alien beings. by Sarah KaplanThe Washington Post5-14-18 Now, citing data collected by NASA’s Galileo probe more than two decades […]

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