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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Follow Amanda Best: Amanda’s Free Music, Amanda’s Twitter Singer and songwriter Amanda Best is originally from New York City. She moved to Nashville to write songs with the Grammy nominated Crew 22. She released her second CD “Mandarava” – a collection of “Emotronic” Dance Songs and performed in Nashville clubs. Currently in Los Angeles, she writes jingles, wrote & recorded the radio theme for the Elese Coit show. She also wrote the movie theme for “Poison Ivy: The Secret Society and has songs on Lifetime and is broadcast worldwide. Her song Play of Love was also entered into The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (NARAS) competition. Amanda performs in a wide variety of venues, both solo and with several bands. Southern California music-lovers can hear Amanda at Whiskey A-GoGo, on November 22nd, 8:30 – 9:00 PM, where she’ll open for E.G. Daily and other bands on the bill. Interested listeners may contact her […]
1. 2. 3. Hurricane PATRICIA Public Advisory 4. Why did Hurricane Patricia become a monster so quickly? 5. The Most Mysterious Star in Our Galaxy 6. Search For Intelligent Aliens Near Bizarre Dimming Star Has Begun 7. Dr. Andrew Siemion Dr. Andrew Siemion received his PhD in Astrophysics from UC Berkeley in 2012 and now holds joint post-doctoral appointments at UC Berkeley, the Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy (ASTRON) and Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands. Dr. Siemion’s research interests include studies of high energy time-variable celestial phenomena, astronomical instrumentation and the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI). Website: Berkeley SETI Research Center Dr. Gregory Matloff Dr. Gregory L. Matloff, emeritus associate and adjunct associate professor of physics at New York City College of Technology (NYCCT), has coordinated the astronomy program at that institution, has consulted for the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, is a Fellow of the British interplanetary Society, is a Hayden Associate at the […]
1. 2. 3. Girl Scouts Camp Out On White House Lawn 4. 5. John Podesta: Pulling Back the Curtain on UFOs Joseph G. Buchman, PhD served as the moderator for, and key organizer of, the 2013 Citizen Hearing on Disclosure. He was one of seven persons who asked questions of the witnesses after he was invited to fill-in for Representative Hooley on the afternoon of the last day of the Hearings. PRG Executive Director Steve Bassett stated during the Hearings that Joe was, “The person who was chiefly responsible for this Committee coming together.” Dr. Buchman is currently creating an annotated, footnoted, “congressional-record-like” scholarly transcript of the “Proceedings of the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure.” In 2008 Joe ran for the United States Congress in Utah’s First District as the Libertarian candidate. His campaign announcement at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, following the 2008 X-Conference called for, “immediate congressional protection of whistleblowers and open hearings on federal waste, fraud, criminal activity and the E.T. issue.” His campaign received extensive local and […]
New Horizons Pluto Images The Irish born internationally known author and lecturer, Tim Wallace-Murphy, is the author of thirteen published books, mostly about the history of a variety of heretical forms of spirituality. He once redefined heresy as: The use of God’s gift of Freewill in matters of Religion, Faith and Dogma. Tim has appeared in some eight or nine TV documentaries and many of his interviews can be found on YouTube. He has given talks and lectures in a wide variety of venues. He has talked at Masonic Lodges, Spiritual groups, clubs and associations across the western world. In cities such as in Seattle and Long Beach, Denver Colorado, and Santa Fe New Mexico, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Montreal and the Eastern Townships in Canada, all across England, Scotland and Ireland, in France, Italy, Spain and in Prague. Eleven of his works describe historical aspects of spirituality and cover […]
1. 2. Story on the Original Star Trek Set 3. Star Trek’s 49th Anniversary Peter’s bio in his own words: “I am a proud, native New Yorker who hails from the Bronx. I grew up in a lot of places in the United States, from the Bronx to Indiana, Illinois, New Hampshire and back to the Bronx where I graduated from Christopher Columbus High School (the same alma mater as David Berkowitz and Christine Jorgensen) in 1968. I became involved with the American Orthodox Catholic Church that year, after successfully (and dramatically) gate-crashing the funeral of Bobby Kennedy at St. Patrick’s Cathedral at which point I came to the attention of the “Church.” There is much more about this church in Sinister Forces and on the Sinister Forces blog (if it gets restored). The church was a front for domestic and international intelligence activities as I later discovered. Recently […]