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AREA 51 HEROES.
On May 29, 2015 a Memorial to the Silent Heroes of the Cold War will be dedicated on Mt. Charleston, Nevada:
http://www.reviewjournal.com/news/cold-war-memorial-under-construction-mount-charleston
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John H. Gaines and 13 other passengers inside of a U.S. Air Force Military Air Transport Service aircraft took off from Burbank, Calif., and headed toward Area 51 on the morning of November 15, 1955.......http://www.andalusiastarnews.com/2015/05/23/mikel-to-attend-special-memorial-for-late-father/
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IS THERE ALIEN TECHNOLOGY AT AREA 51?
As I clearly stated in my Notes (My views on UFOs, Aliens and Global Conspiracies): 
I am highly skeptical about it.
Over the years, Area 51 has become a social, cultural and psychological phenomenon.
It has become an integral part of the UFO subculture in America and the world.
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UFOs/Paranoia/Conspiracy Culture Keeps On Going:
From zombies to Jade Helm 15, some conspiracy theories just never die:
https://www.yahoo.com/politics/from-zombies-to-jade-helm-15-some-conspiracy-118309238071.html
Steven Young/U.S. Army) “We are not taking over anything,” an exasperated Pentagon spokesman assured reporters this week, in response to rumors that a military exercise planned this summer is actually an excuse to impose martial law on parts of seven Southwestern states. The eight-week exercise by the Army’s Special Operations Command, called Jade Helm 15, is actually aimed at training soldiers to fight in a variety of overseas terrain, but has ...
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Call him what you may....a con man, an opportunist, egomaniac.
(perhaps he was).
But no one can argue that he did not have any impact on today's UFO/Paranoia/Conspiracy Culture:
The late Bill Cooper (1943 - 2001) on "UFOs and the Alien Hoax":
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nnp1kkH5Ldg
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I think people came to appreciate the work he has done for the Ufo agenda, he will never be forgotten.
Norio, I think you should start a Ufo hall of fame!
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THE U.S. NAVY'S ELECTROMAGNETIC RAILGUN ALMOST READY FOR PRIME TIME:
http://foxtrotalpha.jalopnik.com/watch-the-navys-hyper-velocity-projectile-rip-through-t-1705064652
The Office of Naval Research is getting ready to deploy their electromagnetic Railgun for testing for the first time next year. But what is a gun without ammo? The Hyper Velocity Projectile is being built for not the just the Railgun alone, but also for existing 5 inch deck guns as well. And yes, it is very, very fast.
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from Nick Redfern:
THE EXPLOITATION OF SUPERSTITIONS FOR PURPOSES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE.
A 1950 U.S. AIR FORCE PROJECT RAND Research Memorandum, written by Jean M. Hungerford, for the U.S. Air Force:
"The 37-page document is a truly fascinating one and delves into some very strange areas, such as creating religious ruses, like the so-called Marian apparitions, to destabilize the enemy.
But, what really caught my eye, was a section of the document that quoted from a book titled:  Magic: Top Secret, written in 1949 by Jasper Maskelyne."
Here is the document:
http://www.rand.org/content/dam/rand/pubs/research_memoranda/2008/RM365.pdf
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John, I agree.   By they way, John, where in France do you live?   Because next year we (my wife and I) are taking a trip to Spain and Italy.   Do you live in southern part of France?
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When somebody tells you "YOU'RE IN YOUR OWN WORLD" 
tell them "that is the only world that I can live in".
You cannot live in another person's world.
And that is the reality, one of multi-leveled realities in this universe.
Yes, we all know that there could be many kinds of "Established Consensus Realities".
But there could also exist a global "network" of consensus reality based on subconscious and synchronicity, i.e., those who share similar thoughts and beliefs.
So, there is nothing in this universe that does not exist.
There could be things even here on Earth that most people cannot physically perceive that exist.
Anything that exists in your mind (thoughts, beliefs, etc.) becomes part of multi-verse.
Heaven or hell, God, Satan, UFOs, aliens...you name it.....they all have to exist. 
Only you can decide if you're part of it and, if so, control it or navigate it. 
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I am astonished that some people actually spent money (and that includes myself) and saw this "movie".
Some people seem to like this unconventional style of film-making, some others don't.
Here is Theron Moore's positive review of Oren Peli's "Area 51" Movie:
https://churchofthenecronomiconblog.wordpress.com/2015/05/21/dark-side-of-the-moon-a-review-of-oren-pelis-new-movie-area-51/
Written and Directed by Oren Peli Currently available on most Video on Demand platforms   Review by Theron Moore I don’t think I’m going too far when I boldly assert that the new sci-fi thriller, “...
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Thanks. I'll see it on Netflix when it appears.
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The bottom line:
Dulce, New Mexico underground base allegations:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=536Pgl7ivY0
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Dulce is a story that has a life of its own.
Imaginations run rampant when it comes to Dulce.
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"There are no aliens....it's all man-made", says researcher Bill Lyne:
NAZI UFOs.....TRUTH OR MYTHS?
(this is not a photo, it is just an artist's illustration of the alleged Haunebu disc).
The myths of Nazi UFOs are based on supposedly successful attempts to develop advanced aircraft or spacecraft in Nazi Germany prior to and during World War II and the supposed post-war survival of these craft in secret underground bases.
By the way, this allegedly sophisticated technology didn't exactly help them win the war!!
READ THIS:
http://hyperboreanvibrations.blogspot.com/2011/02/nazi-ufos-truth-or-myth.html
AND ALSO READ THIS:
http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Nazi_UFOs
 The HAUNEBU DISC  In science fiction, conspiracy theory, and underground comic books, there are a number of stories or claims regarding Nazi UFOs (in German: Rundflugzeug, Feuerball, Diskus, Haunebu, Hauneburg-Gerate, VRIL,...
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If I were impolite, or foolish-daring [it is absolutely forbidden in France, or Germany, for that matter], I'd shout:
'Sieg Heil!' or even 'Heil H...!'.
Note: This post is meant to be ironic.
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The Internet could pose problems for job applicants.
Everybody knows that prospective employers could do a quick preliminary background check on you simply by doing a Google Search of you.
That is bad enough.
But, worse yet, if you're on Wikipedia, you're done for...you're finished!!
LOL!!
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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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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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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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