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« Reply #675 on: Aug 15th, 2010, 08:40am »

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Former Tory leader Michael Howard backs inquest into Kelly death
The former Conservative leader Michael Howard has thrown his weight behind demands for a full inquest into the death of the government weapons expert Dr David Kelly.

Published: 11:27PM BST 14 Aug 2010

His call came after a group of prominent experts described the official explanation for the scientist's death seven years ago as "extremely unlikely".

Lord Howard – who is now a Tory peer – said their intervention confirmed his belief that there should now be a proper inquest.

"In view of the growing number of relevant questions that have arisen and cast doubt on the conclusions reached by Lord Hutton, I believe it would now be appropriate for a full inquest to be held," he told the Mail on Sunday.

"Recent evidence by the first police officer on the scene, together with new statements by doctors raise serious questions which should be considered.

"This has been on my mind for quite a while and recent events have crystallised my view."

Dr Kelly's body was found in woods near his Oxfordshire home in July 2003 after he was identified as the source of a BBC story claiming the Government "sexed up" its now notorious dossier on Iraq's supposed weapons of mass destruction.

In the outcry that followed, Tony Blair appointed Lord Hutton to head a public inquiry into his death. Unusually, the then lord chancellor, Lord Falconer, ruled it should also act as an inquest.

Lord Hutton concluded that Dr Kelly took his own life and that the principal cause of death was "bleeding from incised wounds to his left wrist which Dr Kelly had inflicted on himself with the knife found beside his body".

He also found that the scientist took an overdose of co-proxamol tablets – a painkiller commonly used for arthritis – and that he was suffering from an undiagnosed heart condition.

However in a letter to The Times, the eight experts insisted the conclusion was unsafe. They argued that a severed ulnar artery, the wound found to Dr Kelly's wrist, was unlikely to be life-threatening unless an individual had a blood clotting deficiency.

The signatories included a former coroner, Michael Powers, a former deputy coroner, Margaret Bloom, and Julian Bion, a professor of intensive care medicine.

Lord Howard's intervention comes as Attorney General Dominic Grieve and Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke are said to be exploring how best to allay concern over shortcomings in the official version of Dr Kelly's death.

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« Reply #676 on: Aug 15th, 2010, 08:48am »

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Asteroid Found in Gravitational 'Dead Zone' Near Neptune

ScienceDaily (Aug. 13, 2010) — There are places in space where the gravitational tug between a planet and the Sun balance out, allowing other smaller bodies to remain stable. These places are called Lagrangian points. So-called Trojan asteroids have been found in some of these stable spots near Jupiter and Neptune. Trojans share their planet's orbit and help astronomers understand how the planets formed and how the solar system evolved. Now Scott Sheppard at the Carnegie Institution's Department of Terrestrial Magnetism and Chad Trujillo* have discovered the first Trojan asteroid, 2008 LC18, in a difficult-to-detect stability region at Neptune, called the Lagrangian L5 point.

They used the discovery to estimate the asteroid population there and find that it is similar to the asteroid population at Neptune's L4 point. The research is published in the August 12, 2010, online issue of Science Express.

Sheppard explained: "The L4 and L5 Neptune Trojan stability regions lie about 60 degrees ahead of and behind the planet, respectively. Unlike the other three Lagrangian points, these two areas are particularly stable, so dust and other objects tend to collect there. We found 3 of the 6 known Neptune Trojans in the L4 region in the last several years, but L5 is very difficult to observe because the line-of-sight of the region is near the bright center of our galaxy."

The scientists devised a unique observing strategy. Using images from the digitized all-sky survey they identified places in the stability regions where dust clouds in our galaxy blocked out the background starlight from the galaxy's plane, providing an observational window to the foreground asteroids. They discovered the L5 Neptune Trojan using the 8.2-meter Japanese Subaru telescope in Hawaii and determined its orbit with Carnegie's 6.5-meter Magellan telescopes at Las Campanas, Chile.

"We estimate that the new Neptune Trojan has a diameter of about 100 kilometers and that there are about 150 Neptune Trojans of similar size at L5," Sheppard said. "It matches the population estimates for the L4 Neptune stability region. This makes the Neptune Trojans more numerous than those bodies in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. There are fewer Neptune Trojans known simply because they are very faint since they are so far from the Earth and Sun."

The L5 Trojan has an orbit that is very tilted to the plane of the solar system, just like several in L4. This suggests they were captured into these stable regions during the very early solar system when Neptune was moving on a much different orbit than it is now. Capture was either through a slow, smooth planetary migration process or as the giant planets settled into their orbits, their gravitational attraction could have caught and "frozen" asteroids into these spots. The solar system was likely a much more chaotic place during that time with many bodies stirred up onto unusual orbits.

The region of space surveyed also included a volume through which the New Horizons spacecraft will pass after its encounter with Pluto in 2015.

The work was funded in part by the New Horizon's spacecraft mission to Pluto.

* Co-author Chadwick Trujillo is with the Gemini Observatory.

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« Reply #677 on: Aug 15th, 2010, 08:53am »

The Arizona Republic

Journalist finds credibility in
stories about UFOs

by Carol Memmott - Aug. 15, 2010 12:00 AM
USA Today

In "UFOs: Generals, Pilots, and Government
Officials Go on the Record," journalist Leslie
Kean presents 10 years of research about
unidentified flying objects.

1 What does your investigation into UFOs
show?

That there are solid, physical objects in the
sky that appear to be metallic. They're
luminous, and they can maneuver in ways
that defy the known laws of physics, and we
can't explain what they are.

2 Are they from outer space?

The extraterrestrial hypothesis has been
proposed as a possible explanation. We
don't know what they are.

3 How many sightings are credible?

About 95 percent can be explained as things
like weather balloons, satellites and
airplanes . That leaves 5 percent for which there are
no possible explanations.

4 What's a compelling sighting?

In 1997, huge triangular and delta-shaped
craft were cruising over Arizona. Thousands
saw them, including the governor, who's
written a piece in my book.

5 What about people who call UFO
believers crackpots?

Anybody who says that has not really
studied the data. If you look to the high-level
sources who report on the phenomenon,
there's no way you can say they're
crackpots. They are highly credible
government officials.

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« Reply #678 on: Aug 15th, 2010, 09:08am »

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A Dark Matter by Peter Straub
Reviewed by Jonathan McCalmont
09 August 2010

A Dark Matter addresses one of the fundamental problems of personal identity: given that our sense of self is entirely composed of fragments of memory and experience, how are we to deal with a memory so traumatic that it has the power to both define a life and to ruin it completely? A moving and beautifully written meditation on remorse, memory, and language, Peter Straub's latest novel provides us with a solution to the problem. A solution that is both profoundly unsatisfactory and joyously correct.

Lee Harwell is a successful writer; he lives in a large house, his publisher allows him to work at his own pace, and he has a gorgeous and intelligent wife. In many ways, his life is enviable. This makes it all the more puzzling when he reacts to a strange man being thrown out of a coffee shop with feelings of anxiety, anger, and inconsolable grief. As he wanders around his kitchen in floods of tears, Harwell gradually pieces together what it is that is really bothering him—the man ejected from the coffee shop kept shouting "obstreperous", an oddly ornate and strangely inappropriate word that drags Harwell back to memories of Hootie Bly, a high-school friend who now languishes in an insane asylum, unable to utter anything other than quotations from Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter. Hootie lost his mind in a meadow near the local university. He lost his mind because he decided to follow the shady occultist Spencer Mallon. What he saw in that meadow defined his life. It defined all of their lives, even that of Harwell who pointedly refused to countenance the possibility that Mallon might be anything other than a fraud. Now, decades later and with old age advancing upon the group's remaining survivors, Harwell decides to visit his old friends. The truth must out. What happened in that meadow must be established. It must be discussed. It must be processed. Once and for the good of all.

A Dark Matter owes as much to the kids-come-together-as-adults-to-confront-their-pasts trope from works such as Straub's own Ghost Story (1979) and Stephen King's It (1986) as it does to Akira Kurosawa's film Rashomon (1950). The novel is structured around a series of vignettes. Each vignette explore the same traumatic event from a different perspective. Each perspective is written in a style that reflects the psychological idiosyncrasies of the individual witnesses. This somewhat singular structure not only allows Straub to engage in some stunning exercises in style, it also serves to create a feeling of momentum. A momentum towards the truth.

The first run-through is Harwell's. Having not been there and having been locked out of all subsequent discussions by his refusal to follow the group and "go with the flow," Harwell is desperate to process the event through fiction, but it is always fiction written at one step removed. This particular bite of the apple takes the form of a short story written from Hootie Bly's perspective and unsuccessfully pitched at The New Yorker. It serves both to inform us of the general shape of the event (without really filling in any details) and to awaken in us a hunger for the truth. Straub does this by filling the story with the kind of stylistic quirks which, in the context of a work of fiction, are kind of cool but which, in a factual context, serve only to cloud the mind and obscure reality:

He saw it whole, he saw it pure, for in his imagination the meadow had been untouched by everything that had touched them. (p. 76)
A beautifully composed sentence to be sure, but what does it actually mean? Harwell's story-within-the-story awakens in us a need to know what happened in that meadow. This desire to learn the truth and pierce the mystery draws us into A Dark Matter, it drives the plot and imbues an incredible sense of urgency into what are ultimately descriptions of a bunch of old people sitting around talking about their youth.

The second run-through is an altogether different affair. While it gives us a much clearer picture of what happened than the first run-through, its language and style are just as off-putting. This vignette is written in the voice of a psychopath, a woman who is fiercely intelligent but endlessly manipulative and utterly ruthless in the pursuit of her goals. This emotional and intellectual detachment is immediately obvious in the vignette's prose style. Indeed, while the first vignette traded truth for the power to evoke feelings and moods, the second vignette's writing is eerily flat and unadorned. The disconnect between the simplicity of the vocabulary and the surreal fantasia of the events being described is, at times, downright eerie:

A king was riding on a bear, waving his arms and thrashing every which way, and a queen, an angry queen, was shouting and pointing here and there with a long stick—the Bear King and the Roaring Queen, Meredith called them. (p. 234)
While Lovecraft-style purple prose can serve to hide a lack of detail, the same is true of a style that is completely neutral. The effect is to suggest that it is not style that is an impediment to conveying truth, it is the need for us to use language at all. Meredith's account could not be clearer in its description of the facts and yet reading through the second vignette, one cannot help but wonder what it is she may have held back or what subtleties may have been ironed out in her simplistic choice of language. Again, Straub uses style to build and reinforce a sense of mystery. To suck us in. To drag us onwards.

The third vignette comes very close to what appears to be the truth. It is told from the perspective of Hootie Bly who, by this point in the novel, has weaned himself off Hawthorne and expanded his vocabulary to include a host of other novels. However, while Hootie can now express himself more clearly, he is still obliged to speak in quotations, something Straub reminds us of in the opening sentences:

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times; it was intensely dark and radiantly bright. What you knew was only what you thought you knew, nothing more. It was about Oneness. It was about Allness. (p. 263)
This playful riff on the opening to Dickens's The Tale of Two Cities begins a vignette peppered with literary allusions. However, unlike Harwell's attempt to capture Hootie's vision, Hootie's testimony is informed by the facts and not by the impressions of others. His version of the event in the meadow is seemingly accurate, insightful, and disturbing, but because we are aware that it is Hootie who is speaking, the vignette still manages to leave us unsatisfied. Hootie was present at the event but he was also an outsider to its workings. What were those figures they saw? Is Hootie's tale in any way constrained by his limited vocabulary? Again, Straub carefully increases the momentum.

A Dark Matter is a novel that builds relentlessly towards its final vignette. Lee Harwell's wife Lee Truax (a.k.a. "The Eel") is introduced early in the book but is kept entirely off-stage until the finale. Harwell frequently mentions her in words filled with quiet awe, a feeling of deep respect and love that is clearly shared by his old friends whose stories all invariably paint Truax as a terrifying intellectual force of nature. By the time the Eel meets up with the rest of the group, Straub has established her not so much as someone merely capable of speaking the truth, but as an almost Christ-like spiritual figure able to grant redemption and rebuild lives:

The footsteps reached the bottom of the staircase. I pushed my hands into my pockets and leaned forward, unable to keep from grinning. The two men not married to the Eel revolved toward the door like weathervanes. Small, slender, in a sleeveless black tunic and black linen trousers, a long colourful scarf wound round her neck, Lee Truax moved confidently into the living room. [ . . . ] Her steady internal flame, illuminating from within, rode as always with her, like a familiar spirit. (p. 339)
As with Mrs. God (1990), Straub has released two versions of the story told in A Dark Matter. A substantially longer and, according to Straub himself, "looser, sloppier, more wild-eyed" alternate version of this novel was published under the title of The Skylark. This is the title given to Truax as a result of the role she plays in the event in the meadow. It is a name that sums up her beauty as well as her elevated position. However, while the narrative relentlessly builds towards the final vignette containing Truax's account of the event, her account itself falls oddly flat.

Given the amount of stylistic flair displayed by Straub over the course of the novel and the extent to which all the characters seem to look to Truax as the voice of truth and reason, readers of A Dark Matter can rightly feel underwhelmed by what Straub actually does serve up at the book's conclusion. Far from being as powerful and disturbing as some of the other vignettes, Truax's account is little more than a series of jumbled up picture postcards from beyond. Enigmatic and yet vaguely Christian in theme, the images described by Truax explain nothing and evoke surprisingly little.

However, if we press beyond our Hollywood-honed instinct to seek narrative closure in spectacle then Straub's downbeat ending starts to make a lot of sense.

A Dark Matter's stylistic pirouettes tell a story about the insufficiencies and limitations of language as a means of dealing with the world and our memories of it. Memory is so central to the way in which we construct our sense of self that to write down or articulate those memories can only simplify them and, by that process, simplify us.

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« Reply #679 on: Aug 15th, 2010, 10:19am »

The Daily Galaxy

August 14, 2010
'You Couldn't Make This Up' Dept: Neuroscientist's Brain Scan Research Shows He's a 'Born Killer'

A neuroscientist who spent the last 20 years studying the brains of killers was shocked to discover that he had one. Jim Fallon—after learning that his father's side of the family tree was full of alleged killers, including Lizzie Borden—analyzed family brain scans and discovered that he has the brain patterns that mark a psychopath.

Fallon's scan revealed a lack of activity in the orbital cortex, which is involved with decision-making and controlling aggression. "I'm 100%. I have the pattern, the risky pattern," Fallon told NPR. "In a sense, I'm a born killer." Fallon says that—unlike the criminals whose brains he's looked at—he had a very happy childhood free from violence and abuse, which he believes explains why he hasn't turned out to be a killer.

Jason McManus Via newser.com

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« Reply #680 on: Aug 15th, 2010, 11:32am »

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"... Randy Etting, a resident of Newtown, was taking a walk outside his home. A commercial airline pilot with over 30 years experience, he always looked at the sky... he saw a number of orange and red lights... approaching from the west... He... got his binoculars and called his neighbors to come outside. The object by this time was a great deal closer and seemed to be over I-84, just east of Etting's home... the lights were shimmering like distortion from engine heat, but he could hear no sound...

"As the UFO passed over I-84, cars in both the east and west bound lanes began pulling over and stopping. The UFO displayed a semi-circular pattern of very bright multicolored lights. Five motorists reported that, as the object became visible, a number of cars lost power and had to pull off the highway. A State Police officer [who wishes to remain anonymous] sent to investigate photographed the object.

"... Dr. Bruce Maccabee... [analysed the photo]. His findings indicate the object was huge, perhaps over a thousand feet across, and that the lights showed a definite pattern. He also indicated the lights seemed to have been flashing very quickly in some sort of sequence, giving the impression that some were out of focus while others were sharp."[footnote 1]

Footnote: 1. Night Siege (2nd edition), Hynek, Imbrogno with Pratt, ISBN 1-56718-362-X

Source / Credit: Mutual UFO Network Of Connecticut

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Hello Crystal, Pen and CA.

Thanks for the article about the MiBs. And I do agree with Pen, that sea-pic is beautiful. Thank you. smiley
on Aug 15th, 2010, 08:29am, WingsofCrystal wrote:
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Bear saved after 10 days with jar stuck on head
A six-month-old bear dubbed 'Jarhead' has been saved after having its head stuck in a container for at least 10 days.

By Alastair Jamieson
Published: 8:00AM BST 15 Aug 2010

The clear plastic container was removed from the cub's head, where it had become lodged after the animal was digging through rubbish in a neighbourhood in central Florida.

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Hope you are having a good day today. We are around here. Did you get "Alien Agenda" yet?
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Mm I did, which is why I've not been online much lately wink.
It's a really good book so far - fascinating to read. I can safely say it's been the best £6 I've spent in a while smiley.
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Mm I did, which is why I've not been online much lately wink.
It's a really good book so far - fascinating to read. I can safely say it's been the best £6 I've spent in a while smiley.


Glad you are enjoying it. It is a fascinating book. We're enjoying the warm weather here. It's been a wet summer until now. Everyone is out on the water and running up and down the Bay. Lots of kids since the Bay is so shallow you can walk out quite far. Throw in dogs and you have a party.
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Thanks for the article about the MiBs. And I do agree with Pen, that sea-pic is beautiful. Thank you. smiley

Am glad that this poor bear got helped.


Phil! I was about to start looking for you. You have us spoiled now and we expect a holler from you every day. grin
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Sunday, August 15, 2010
UFO NEWS - TONIGHT: UFO-Nukes Connection Researcher Robert Hastings to appear on Coast to Coast AM on August 15, 2010

By Robert Hastings
http://www.ufohastings.com/
8-9-10

I have been invited to appear on the Coast to Coast AM radio program on Sunday, August 15, 2010, for a two-hour interview with KLAS-TV reporter and host George Knapp. I will be discussing my 37-year investigation of UFO activity at nuclear weapons sites, as well as the September 27, 2010 press conference in Washington D.C. that I will be co-hosting with former nuclear missile launch officer, USAF Captain Robert Salas. At that event, six former or retired USAF officers, and one former enlisted man, will reveal their dramatic UFO experiences at various nuclear weapons sites.

In March 1967, Salas was present at Oscar Flight (10 Minuteman ICBMs controlled by a Launch Control Capsule) at Malmstrom AFB, Montana, when a UFO apparently shut down most or all of his missiles. This extraordinary event occurred just moments after one of Salas’ security guards reported seeing an orange-red, oval-shaped object hovering over the launch site’s front gate. The other launch officer in the capsule that day, now-retired Col. Fredrick Meiwald, has confirmed that a security police team was sent out to the field in a Jeep shortly thereafter, to investigate another report of a UFO hovering near one of Oscar Flight’s missile silos. According to Col. Meiwald, upon seeing the unknown aerial object, the missile guards were scared out of their wits and fled the scene, wasting no time in returning to the Launch Control Facility.

But this dramatic incident—which has been confirmed by a third former USAF officer, Captain Bob Jamison—is just the tip of the iceberg. Appearing with me on Coast to Coast AM will be yet another retired USAF missile launch officer, Captain Bruce Fenstermacher, who had a very similar experience in 1976, at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, which he summarizes this way:


I spent 20 years in the Air Force. The first nine years I served as an enlisted man and the last 11 as an officer. Initially I was very skeptical about all the “UFO nonsense”.

In the fall of 1976 I was a Minuteman III Combat Crew Commander on alert with my deputy “Sam”. We monitored radio communications between the Flight Security Controller, “Sgt. Jones”, and the cops—actually a Security Alert Team or SAT. They were on patrol near one of our 10 missile sites which was south about 9 or 10 miles from the Launch Control Facility or LCF.

Sometime around 2 A.M. we heard Sgt. Jones ask the two cops to stop the vehicle, look around and report anything that the saw that looked unusual. He gave no hints about where to look or what to look for. The response at first was that they didn't see anything. Then a few seconds later, they reported in an excited voice that they saw a pulsating white thing in the sky. They could see flashing red and blue lights between the pulsations. Jones asked where they saw it. The cops responded that it was to the north about 10 miles and that it looked very close to the main capsule.

Now fully awake, Sam and I looked at each other and wondered what was going on. I called Jones on the hot line between us and asked him about the conversation he just had with the SAT. He said that right now above the Launch Control Facility (100 feet or so) was a white pulsating light with red and blue lights visible between the pulsations. He also said it was shaped like a “fat cigar” and appeared to be about 50 to 60 feet long. He was looking at it while we talked on the phone. Jones reported that it moved away.

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Sunday, August 15, 2010
UFO NEWS - Tonight: Investigative reporter Leslie Kean joins George Knapp on C2C

http://www.theufochronicles.com/2010/08/ufo-news-tonight-investigative-reporter.html

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These are fun photos.

http://mashable.com/2010/08/15/iphone-portrait-photographs/

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Good moooorning!! It's Mooooonday!! grin
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