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« Reply #1965 on: Jan 16th, 2014, 1:33pm »

I would like to know if when left with the word Cadmium, Did they mean their ships were made from it?

I have searched online and discovered this element can be shown as everything from Angel-hair, to gun-metal grey to halogen plasma and even green plasma.
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« Reply #1966 on: Jan 16th, 2014, 2:35pm »

Welcome Thelmadonna ! Great to see you posting ! smiley cool kiss
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« Reply #1967 on: Jan 16th, 2014, 2:54pm »

Thank You Supersidufo
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« Reply #1968 on: Jan 16th, 2014, 4:35pm »

Laughlin...(lawflin) is south of Las Vegas on the Colorado River, across from Bullhead City Arizona. I moved there at the end of '84. One of the guys I worked with told me stories of aircraft hovering over the power plant. Another story was when he was fishing on Lake Mojave, just above Laughlin, when he saw a craft, underwater, heading towards the dam. He said he thought someone had built a bomb, but as it got closer to the dam, it shot up into the sky and disappeared. The story about Dulce New Mexico, involved a craft flying into a mountain. Some folks saw the mountain open up and the ufo flew into the opening.
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« Reply #1969 on: Jan 18th, 2014, 3:26pm »

Here is a report from Sept 89
http://www.nuforc.org/webreports/098/S98228.html
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« Reply #1970 on: Jan 19th, 2014, 11:03pm »

Thk Thelmadonna for that piece on the trip to Laughlin. I don't get much time on the computer, since I recently married and have a 5 year old boy who requires a lot of attention. I'm just getting a little time to learn my way around this site. I have questions, especially since I recently watched some programs on the tele about abductions. Back in the 70's, my mom belonged to The U.F.O. Society in Cincinnati. She got to listen the hills speak about their ordeal. Anyways, on this recent program, some guy who had been abducted, more than once, had some marks, like needle marks, and a spot on the skin that reminded me of some marks I woke up with. I remember joking about them looking a little bit like a snake bite. That happened in '89 when I was living Laughlin. I had those marks for years, until eventually they faded away. At another time I had a mark on my chest, but again, blew it off thinking it was psychosymatic, from a dream I had. My spelling is not great, sorry. I did try getting hypnotized but there was a block, something wrong with the marbles.
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« Reply #1971 on: Jan 26th, 2014, 01:47am »

Do tell JM..and that was certainly a great piece..welcome aboard. Don't worry about typos, there is no grammar gestapo marshal on this forum. Thats usually a sign of a compulsive disorder and although we accommodate just about every disorder in the book that is one we frown upon. THK for thanx or Thanks is normal..as well as pychosymatic for somatic..the point is the message got through..not everyone can afford a thesaurus or dictionary every time every post.
sayyy...Can you fill in some detail on the block..what size was it..a blur on time day week. any nightmares ? Some blocks are a real burden to have on our shoulders.. some brains are elastic ..and can bounce right back..others are kind of mushy or spongy .we fill events in ourselves..as a defense to compensate for what this virtual hole in the head may actually hold..you have nothing to fear except fear itself..good luck in your search..
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« Reply #1972 on: Feb 1st, 2014, 04:15am »

Hey all, I'm Jason. So I've been looking for those thAt have had experiences like me. I'm 37 now but the main things that happened to were when I was 16, 18 and about 21. I grew up in a small mountain town in Washington state. Along the flight path of McCord Airforce base. My home was above the tree line so seeing planes and stuff flying was easy. Looked out one night about midnight and I saw a bright light sitting off in the distance. At first thought it was a helo spotlight. But it didn't move, now change in brightness nothing. Sat there for about 5 min then at the snap of a finger it shot straight up and disappeared.
When I was 18 it was about 1 am. I was on the phone with my gf, when a light came through the house strong enough you would have thought it was day light. Freaked me out bad enough I went flying back to my moms room asking here to come see. The light lasted about 10-15 seconds no noise at all. We had 5 acres of land and no neighbors.
Lastly I was in the Persian gulf in the navy, was watching the skies with a buddy of mine during our watch at about 2 am. I saw a light kinda crusin along and thought it was a satellite I watched it about 30 sec and then it shot away and disappeared. Luckily my buddy saw it to so I know I wasn't crazy.
I know there is more outside our world that we know nothing about just tired of people thinking I'm nuts cause I know what I saw.
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« Reply #1973 on: Feb 1st, 2014, 08:16am »

on Feb 1st, 2014, 04:15am, Oleblue wrote:
Hey all, I'm Jason. So I've been looking for those thAt have had experiences like me. I'm 37 now but the main things that happened to were when I was 16, 18 and about 21. I grew up in a small mountain town in Washington state. Along the flight path of McCord Airforce base. My home was above the tree line so seeing planes and stuff flying was easy. Looked out one night about midnight and I saw a bright light sitting off in the distance. At first thought it was a helo spotlight. But it didn't move, now change in brightness nothing. Sat there for about 5 min then at the snap of a finger it shot straight up and disappeared.
When I was 18 it was about 1 am. I was on the phone with my gf, when a light came through the house strong enough you would have thought it was day light. Freaked me out bad enough I went flying back to my moms room asking here to come see. The light lasted about 10-15 seconds no noise at all. We had 5 acres of land and no neighbors.
Lastly I was in the Persian gulf in the navy, was watching the skies with a buddy of mine during our watch at about 2 am. I saw a light kinda crusin along and thought it was a satellite I watched it about 30 sec and then it shot away and disappeared. Luckily my buddy saw it to so I know I wasn't crazy.
I know there is more outside our world that we know nothing about just tired of people thinking I'm nuts cause I know what I saw.


Hello OleBlue and welcome to Casebook. Washington State has a lot of UFO sightings and I'm glad you shared yours. One ranch near Mount Adams is famous for it's UFO's. It's owned by James Gilliland. You can research it if you like I believe there's several you-tube videos about it. It's also been on several UFO related television shows. Again welcome! Dan
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« Reply #1974 on: Feb 1st, 2014, 12:18pm »

on Feb 1st, 2014, 04:15am, Oleblue wrote:
Hey all, I'm Jason. So I've been looking for those thAt have had experiences like me. I'm 37 now but the main things that happened to were when I was 16, 18 and about 21. I grew up in a small mountain town in Washington state. Along the flight path of McCord Airforce base. My home was above the tree line so seeing planes and stuff flying was easy. Looked out one night about midnight and I saw a bright light sitting off in the distance. At first thought it was a helo spotlight. But it didn't move, now change in brightness nothing. Sat there for about 5 min then at the snap of a finger it shot straight up and disappeared.
When I was 18 it was about 1 am. I was on the phone with my gf, when a light came through the house strong enough you would have thought it was day light. Freaked me out bad enough I went flying back to my moms room asking here to come see. The light lasted about 10-15 seconds no noise at all. We had 5 acres of land and no neighbors.
Lastly I was in the Persian gulf in the navy, was watching the skies with a buddy of mine during our watch at about 2 am. I saw a light kinda crusin along and thought it was a satellite I watched it about 30 sec and then it shot away and disappeared. Luckily my buddy saw it to so I know I wasn't crazy.
I know there is more outside our world that we know nothing about just tired of people thinking I'm nuts cause I know what I saw.


Hi Jason/Oleblue. Thanks for sharing your report. Sounds like you're not nuts, just 'visited'! (More of us at this site.)

Welcome to UFO Casebook smiley !


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« Reply #1975 on: Mar 25th, 2014, 5:43pm »

Please forward to ufo casebook staff:

Category: Intrusion Prevention
Date & Time,Risk,Activity,Status,Recommended Action,IPS Alert Name,Default Action,Action Taken,Attacking Computer,Attacker URL,Destination Address,Source Address,Traffic Description
3/25/2014 5:58:34 PM,High,An intrusion attempt by www.wuzr.com was blocked.,Blocked,No Action Required,Web Attack: Exploit Toolkit Website 52,No Action Required,No Action Required,"www.wuzr.com (173.199.189.184, 80)",www.wuzr.com/cnt/,"OWNER-PC (192.168.1.45, 49961)",173.199.189.184 (173.199.189.184),"TCP, www-http"
Network traffic from <b>www.wuzr.com/cnt/</b> matches the signature of a known attack. The attack was resulted from \DEVICE\HARDDISKVOLUME1\PROGRAM FILES\INTERNET EXPLORER\IEXPLORE.EXE. To stop being notified for this type of traffic, in the <b>Actions</b> panel, click <b>Stop Notifying Me</b>.

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« Reply #1976 on: Mar 26th, 2014, 4:50pm »

Thank you 486 and welcome to UCB we have some limited info on the site connected not just to NC but au as well marketing and media specialists in 2010 called the ..terms used by some of its ops were spammers..and very aggressive at that..
http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/647126
http://mumbrella.com.au/final-farewell-to-photon-as-the-company-becomes-enero-100592
Final farewell to Photon as the company becomes Enero
One of the most controversial names in the media and marketing industry will vanish from the landscape tomorrow when Photon Group officially becomes Enero.

The company was once one of the fastest growing listings on the ASX. Chairman Tim Hughes and CEO Matt Bailey embarked on an acquistion spree that saw the share price soar although the company became loaded with debt and virtually open ended earnout commitments to founders of the companies they had bought.

The company then teetered on the brink of failure before being turned around by CEO Jeremy Philips who sold many of its businesses and reduced its debts to a manageable level.

Melhuish
Matthew Melhuish, co-founder of BMF which remains a Photon agency, has since taken over as CEO. In April he unveiled a simplified structure and the plan to rename the company Enero to distance it from the excesses of Photon.

Along with BMF, the companies within the $45m organisation include Naked Communications, Auspoll, BWM, City PR, Corporate Edge, CPR, Dark Blue Sea, Frank PR, Hotwire, Jigsaw, OBMedia, Precinct and The Leading Edge.

The Photon ASX code of PGA will be replaced tomorrow by Enero’s new code of EGG. Meanwhile, the organisation’s website has already switched to the new Enero brand.

I am sure the Enero group is no longer connected to its jettisoned liabilities..which may have embedded spamware that redirects to other clientelle..

On the same hand..I should not have to click" ignore "anything as that means it remains there..and its not supposed to be in there to begin with..and trasversing 76 pages of our site is rather extensive..for a small intimate site such as ours..

Thanx much for the info as it is useful while a workaround by the PTB here is initiated..
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« Reply #1977 on: Mar 27th, 2014, 3:19pm »

Excellente!!!
Your awesome staff nailed the tards..
Just a suggestion and only a suggestion,this worked super for me is Malwarebytes,it taxes your OS very little.
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« Reply #1978 on: May 6th, 2014, 3:52pm »

Namaste and welcome to UCB....and please.. everbody is a somebody...you watch the stars then you know..those that burn twice as bright last half as long..therefore..even the dimmest star is counted and welcome on a nights journey....
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« Reply #1979 on: May 6th, 2014, 4:01pm »

Welcome Meliy and everybody is a somebody and all as important as each other, there are no experts on this subject so everyone’s contribution is important even if we disagree. Nice words SYS.
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