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Long Description of Sighting ReportMy son and I were out snowmobiling and noticed a strange pattern of orange lights in a giant V shape off in the distance thinking they were just 12 aircraft in a hold pattern for Ohare Intl Airport we drove up to a…Continue
This happens every night in the same spot. sometimes there are up to 10 near eachother, sometimes their are only 3. they are big spheres that are extremely bright and rather rainbow colored but if not an orange-ish glow. The location closest to…Continue
Starting about a month ago, I became aware of these strange glowing lights in the sky when I looked out the second story window of my house in Bartlett, Illinois. Living here for 19 years, and knowing that O'Hare Airport is in that direction, I…Continue
The first Wikileaks U.S. diplomatic cable that mentions UFOs has just been released. It is based on comments by Yuriy Zhadobin, chairman of the intelligence service of the former Soviet Republic of Belarus. In the cable prepared by the U.S.…Continue
Debunking has two sources: the U.S. government and civilians. The civilian debunkers are usually professional academics, whose motivation is principally reactionary protection against a challenge to their world view. They see UFOs, and belief in UFOs and even organized study of UFOs as a threat to their own reality system. The protective strategy is, in psychological terms, the well known process called "denial." We see it in alcoholics, and we see it in UFO-bashers. It is also quite an efficient way to handle complex data and hypotheses. Simply deny it, make a joke, and move on and away from the challenge. Ridicule is an almost essential part of the denial process. The debunker strives to convince not only his audience that the subject is nonsense, but he must also convince himself. The self-imposed wall of denial is enforced by ridicule. There is nothing new about the debunking process. The history of science is, in a sense, the history of debunking. Clearly, every important advance in science has been met with ridicule. A recent example is the development of the atomic bomb.
Top scientists were skeptical that the bomb would work. President Roosevelt's military aide stated that, as an expert in explosives, he could assure the President that the atomic bomb would never, and could never, explode! Yet in the early morning hours over the Trinity Site, a tiny flower of hell blossomed in the desert. The impossible had become awesomely real. Physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer was heard intoning, "Behold I become death, a shatterer of worlds." This was an apt epitaph for the debunkers, whose psychological world was shattered. Debunking has been with us since the first debunker laughed at the man who decided to move out of the cave. In a particularly difficult field of research like ufology, the debunker must be accepted as something that simply comes with the territory. We must groan, but accept the old saying, "If you can"t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. "The second category of debunking is our official U.S. government version. This brings us into the deep waters of counterintelligence. CI is defined as specific and planned activities conducted to destroy the effectiveness of aforeign intelligence operation.
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HPSBMA02659 SSRT100440 rev.2 - HP Network Node Manager i (NNMi) for HP-UX, Linux, Solaris, and Windows, Remote Unauthorized Access
NOTICE: The information in this Security Bulletin should be acted upon as soon as possible.
Release Date: 2011-04-18
Last Updated: 2011-11-10
Potential Security Impact: Remote unauthorized access
It’s always tough to get a ticket for Washington D.C.’s ShmooCon hacker conference. Just over 1,200 tickets were available in three rounds of ticket sales for the January 28-30 event. It’s a sign of the conference’s popularity that each round sold out in under 10 seconds. At about a third of the size of a larger conference like Black Hat, it’s much easier to talk to the speakers without fighting with a crowd. Past years have had good…Continue
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