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Norio Hayakawa
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Attended University of Albuquerque
Lives in Rio Rancho, New Mexico
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To equate the UFO phenomenon unequivocally with physical extraterrestrial visitation borders on pseudoscience and is no different from a religious belief. However, religion is religion and science is science. There is nothing wrong in having a religious belief, since it is an intrinsic part of human nature. I, for one, am a strong believer in the existence of God, His creation and His divine plan for our life.
Dr. Jacques Vallee suggested that "there is a spiritual component...the UFO phenomenon is controlled by a nonhuman sort of consciousness." But he also proposed the possiblity that the UFO phenomenon could even be "material photoplasmic projections of the collective unconscious of the human family". But the bottom line is we still do not know.
While suggesting that the government has been just as perplexed by this phenomenon as a segment of the public, I agree totally with Col. John Alexander that there has never been any intentional "cover-up" of this phenomenon:
https://www.facebook.com/notes/norio-hayakawa/no-credible-evidence-of-any-physical-extraterrestrial-presence-here-on-earth/10152330581751352
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Thanks, Richard.
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Is this the shape of the new mysterious (manned) stealth jet spotted over Texas (March 10, 2014)?:
http://theaviationist.com/2014/03/30/mystery-aircraft-shape/
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Very interesting .. the whole pic. Clouds and all. Deep. 
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BRITISH 'TARANIS'S SECRET TEST SITE FOUND:
https://medium.com/war-is-boring/c03693aaf063
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The performance characteristics etc are still secret. It is very hot. Warfare for the new era. Very hard to deal with.
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Southern California's sonic boom on April 9, 2014....are we revving up the top secret toys? First the Texas mystery craft, and now the California "Sky Quakes" are back!! :
http://www.latimes.com/opinion/opinion-la/la-ol-aurora-spy-plane-sonic-boom-southern-california-20140409,0,1377864.story#axzz2ysmr9iW3
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No problem, I will always try to give my best, and honest opine on topic matter.
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No credible evidence of any physical extraterrestrial presence here on Earth.
To equate the UFO phenomenon unequivocally with physical extraterrestrial visitation borders on pseudoscience and is no different from a religious belief. However, religion is religion and science is science. There is nothing wrong in having a religious belief, since it is an intrinsic part of human nature. I, for one, am a strong believer in the existence of God, His creation and His divine plan for our life.
Dr. Jacques Vallee suggested that "there is a spiritual component...the UFO phenomenon is controlled by a nonhuman sort of consciousness." But he also proposed the possiblity that the UFO phenomenon could even be "material photoplasmic projections of the collective unconscious of the human family". But the bottom line is we still do not know.
While suggesting that the government has been just as perplexed by this phenomenon as a segment of the public, I agree totally with Col. John Alexander that there has never been any intentional "cover-up" of this phenomenon:
https://www.facebook.com/notes/norio-hayakawa/no-credible-evidence-of-any-physical-extraterrestrial-presence-here-on-earth/10152330581751352
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That's exactly what I'm trying to do, and it helps when I read comments like yours, u can let your mind be open and have a laugh sometimes but u must always stay real!
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Underground nuclear explosion near Dulce, New Mexico in 1967:
Underground nuclear explosion near Dulce, New Mexico in 1967
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IN NEW MEXICO.....WHAT IS THE TAOS HUM?:
http://www.livescience.com/43519-taos-hum.html
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New Mexico's White Sands Missile Range and White Sands Test Facility to expand further!!
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Rio Rancho, New Mexico
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Yokohama, Japan - Torrance, California
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Dulce, New Mexico, Area 51, Nevada
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FOOD IS JUST MEDIOCRE....BUT MORE THAN THAT, THE SERVICE IS THE WORST OF ANY RESTAURANT WE HAVE EVER VISITED IN THIS CITY. When we first visited this restaurant in 2008, we were pleasantly surprised that it served a fairly decent Japanese food, for not being in places like California where there are superior Japanese restaurants. Upon our recent visit here, we were totally devastated to find out that the quality has deteriorated while the price became disporportionately elevated for its quality. But above all, we recently experienced one of the worst dining experiences we ever had when we were served by an arrogant, rude waitress who had no proper waitress decorum. Our family celebration ended up in a bitter, unforgettable experience. We wasted $112 for nothing. We spoke to the manager/owner who told us that we should speak directly to the waitress. We did. Even today I hear that many of the waitresses in this restaurant do not seem to understand what true service is. We cannot recommend this establishment to anyone, based on the rudeness in service. The owner should present us with a compensatory lunch or dinner for our terrible ordeal there. If she does, it will show that she is trying. But nothing has happened so far.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
When we first moved here to New Mexico from California in 2008, we were pleasantly surprised that there is a Japanese-owned and manager restaurant in Albuquerque. Our first visit here in 2008 was enjoyable and we thought that they did serve fairly decent Japanese food. Upon our recent visit here, we can definitely state that the quality of food has gone down and the price has gone up disproportionately to the quality. The worst was the arrogant attitude shown by one of the waitresses here. She had no proper manners when serving a customer. Our family celebration turned into a disastrous, unforgettable distasteful memory. I can clearly state that I wasted a total of $112 for nothing. We spoke to the manager (owner?) about it and all she did was to tell us to speak directly to the waitress. We did. We told her that she needs to be re-educated in proper manners when serving a customer.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Simply stated, Kokoro is the best family-style Japanese restaurant in Albuquerque. The food is simple but has great taste. The menu is simple and not complicated. The place is casual and very reasonable. Food at Kokoro is comparable to any typical, family-style eatery that you can find in any place in Japan. The best thing about Kokoro is that hot tea, gree tea, coffee and of course water, is all FREE. You can't beat that anywhere else. Lastly, what's great about Kokoro is that it is open continuously from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., including Saturdays.
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Public - 3 years ago
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