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Life on Mars announcement almost wins bet for FMPU webmaster

Big news today from the internettaweb.  I'm speaking of course of the NASA announcement that there is (get ready for the duhhhhhhh moment) life on mars. 

Bowie already got it right and Elton John had it wrong.

Right on the heels of a strange Chinese evangelical claim that they found Noah's Ark, NASA counters with a tiny crumb of what they have known for a long, long time. 

The bet is simple - if NASA announces they found life, real life, like a small animal or humanoid, on Mars before 2015, I lose and must fly Suitcase Sally to Prague.  Big thinker.  If NASA makes the announcement by 2012, I win - and I chose to have SS clean every square inch of whatever type of dwelling we are residing at the time of the victory.

So tonight was only slightly disappointing when the announcement came and what they found is merely moss.

BFD.  Screw them and their moss - they don't know how much dust is collecting in rarely used corners of this place.  I'm going to make her dress in her favorite Asian garb and when I point to a dusty region, she will be on it unless NASA continues to sit on their information and costs me dearly.


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Just a couple Out There links from friends around town...

Don't Talk to Aliens
from the Times Online - Jonathan Leake
This is a Stephen Hawking update.  In the text he warns human-kind that ETs may not be kind.   Duhh, we've all seen V (original or new or both) and this is obvious, once again, Stephen, science states the obvious!

UFO "News" from the Anamolyman

Another piece from Michael Cohen, who writes articles that get regularly bushwhacked for good reason.  

Always check OBJECT REPORT for other paranormal/UFO major news breaks.

As a reminder - we here at FMPU don't want you to walk away or click away from this website thinking we are trying to persuade you of much.  Even if the language "goes there" at times - we do realize most of the garbage floats to the top of the news stacks all too often.  Enjoy your weekend, enjoy your work, enjoy the little sex you get (especially if you're reading UFO blogs!  JK - we love you).  Nobody knows until the truth is revealed.


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Information about Gary McKinnon's UFO findings

FMPU has followed the Gary McKinnon case since it first broke.

The Scottish pothead computer hacker claims to have viewed government information that was classified. Several rumors abound as in the linked blog post claims to have all the "inside scoop" -- which is, in fact, inside poop.

The most revealing part of the article is that Gary used a dial-up modem to perform the hacks into the NASA’s Johnson’s space center website, where he collected/viewed sensitive data - but he was unable to perform saves on the most critical information (pictures of cigar shaped UFOs).  Drats.

The rest seems like speculation, though over there at the Open Minds article it reads a bit differently.  As if you have time right?

If you do go to the article, make sure to check out the comments.  This one, by Santi, says a lot:

Santi says:
Articles like this are garbage. This is the reason UFO enthusiasts are looked as kooks. Nowherehas Gary Mckinnon said any of the above. The author clearly says that there are rumor of his having said this and that the rumors are unsubstantiated. Here are Gary Mckinnon’s own words:
“SK: What did you find inside Nasa?
GM: One of these people was a Nasa photographic expert, and she said that in building eight of Johnson Space Centre they regularly airbrushed out images of UFOs from the high-resolution satellite imaging. What she said was there was there: there were folders called “filtered” and “unfiltered”, “processed” and “raw”, something like that.
I got one picture out of the folder, and bearing in mind this is a 56k dial-up, so a very slow internet connection, in dial-up days, using the remote control programme I turned the colour down to 4bit colour and the screen resolution really, really low, and even then the picture was still juddering as it came onto the screen.
But what came on to the screen was amazing. It was a culmination of all my efforts. It was a picture of something that definitely wasn’t man-made.
It was above the Earth’s hemisphere. It kind of looked like a satellite. It was cigar-shaped and had geodesic domes above, below, to the left, the right and both ends of it, and although it was a low-resolution picture it was very close up.
This thing was hanging in space, the earth’s hemisphere visible below it, and no rivets, no seams, none of the stuff associated with normal man-made manufacturing.
SK: Is it possible this is an artist’s impression?
GM: I don’t know… For me, it was more than a coincidence. This woman has said: “This is what happens, in this building, in this space centre”. I went into that building, that space centre, and saw exactly that.
SK: Do you have a copy of this? It came down to your machine.
GM: No, the graphical remote viewer works frame by frame. It’s a Java application, so there’s nothing to save on your hard drive, or at least if it is, only one frame at a time.
SK: So did you get the one frame?
GM: No.
SK: What happened?
GM: Once I was cut off, my picture just disappeared.
SK: You were actually cut off the time you were downloading the picture?
GM: Yes, I saw the guy’s hand move across.”
I can now add Alejandro Rojas to the long list of people who do great damage to the belief in UFO’s.


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Roger Marsh Keeps UFO Heads Alert

Roger Marsh is UFO workaholic.  One needs to be just this to hang in with this much dedication. 
Check out his Examiner UFO page and go visit local (or not so local) articles. He's a great guy, and accessible - he's done a lot for me and my writing.  I highly recommend his writings - there is something for everyone who is into the paranormal and or UFO related topics.
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Aldous Podcastly

First off, I couldn't be more excited to have found a podcast of A Brave New World, the classic story of human degradation and ruin.  The story is acted out beautifully, and is narrated by none other than the author himself, Aldous Huxley.

So alphas, betas deltas, etc. get yourself a chilled drink, and listen to this two piece masterpiece.  It's fantastic.


Then when you're done, or in the midst of this mind-opening experience, check out Johnny's blog where there is some more links to Aldous (and Orwell) podcast links at Vault of Mystery.


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Puma Punku in Tiahuanaco, Boliva

No respect. The Puma Punku gets punked day in and day out by those Egyptian pyramids.  Plus, the people you see speaking about the Puma Punku are far more entertaining then those boring Smithsonian travel writers. 


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FMPU Selects Mars Uncensored Best Facebook Page!

FMPU loves this page.  If you dare have a FB account, Mars Uncensored is not only highly recommended, but it is a MUST ADD!

NASA was established as a civilian space programme by the National Aeronautics and Space Act on July 29, 1958, replacing its predecessor, the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA). The agency became operational on October 1, 1958 with the agency charged with exploring space "ON BEHALF OF HUMANKIND AND INFORMING ALL HUMANITY OF ITS DISCOVERIES," it is now however engaged in a cover-up of the fact that life exists all across the universe and rather closer to home on Mars. When it comes to Mars, how NASA distort the true nature of earth's sister planet is by periodically releasing news of small, incremental discoveries that it is making on Mars, such as the existence of ice or methane, while concealing the fact (utilizing various forms of image tampering) that evidence of life exists all over Mars and is to be found in the thousands of photographs taken by both Spirit and Opportunity rovers.
The question on everyone lips is why on Earth would they do this? Here's why:
The CIA Robertson panel of 1952/ 53 set a decree for all US intelligence agencies, including what would eventually become NASA, to ‘debunk’ the existence of extra terrestrial life. This was following the WAR OF THE WORLDS radio broadcast controversy and the intense UFO flap over the US in the late 1940s. Following that came a NACA/ NASA-sponsored study, carried out in the late 1950s, by the Brookings Institution, to identify the long-range goals of the United States space program and their impact on American society. The report, submitted to NASA in 1960 stated:

"Anthropological files contain many examples of societies, sure of their place in the universe, which have disintegrated when they had to associate with previously unfamiliar societies espousing different ideas and different life ways; others that survived such an experience usually did so by paying the price of changes in values and attitudes and behavior."

"Since intelligent life might be discovered at any time via the radio telescope research presently under way, and since the consequences of such a discovery are presently unpredictable because of our limited knowledge of behavior under even an approximation of such dramatic circumstances, two research areas can be recommended:"

1. Continuing studies to determine emotional and intellectual understanding and attitudes – and successive alterations of them if any – regarding the possibility and consequences of discovering intelligent extraterrestrial life.
2. Historical and empirical studies of the behavior of peoples and their leaders when confronted with dramatic and unfamiliar events or social pressures ...

The studies, the report recommended, should take account of public reactions and also consider how best to inform the public of contact with an extraterrestrial intelligence, or whether such knowledge should be withheld. International relations, the report concluded, might be permanently altered because of "a greater unity of men on earth, based on the 'oneness' of man or on the age-old assumption that any stranger is threatening." The report also concluded that If there are space-faring, star-to-star communicating races in the Galaxy, then we must be technologically primitive in comparison with the great majority of them. A major concern then was what might follow from first contact with creatures who, whatever their nature, possess knowledge and power far in excess of our own. Examples from human history do offer a cautionary note: exploration has gone hand in hand with exploitation, colonization with conflict and subjugation. In almost every case, the more technologically advanced interloper, intentionally or otherwise, has eventually imposed its ways and assimilated or emasculated the weaker party. Even if this were not to happen, it was deemed back then uncertain how the human race would react to the discovery that it was, in cosmic terms, so backward. An optimist of course might argue that we would relish the prospect of rapid growth and would quickly learn from our older, wiser mentors, as children do from adults. A pessimist though might insist we would be crushed to learn that, despite all our efforts, others had vastly surpassed us. Concerns at the time were expressed by several prominent scientists, including Nobel laureates Martin Ryle and George Wald. Others, such as Carl Sagan, William Newman, and Arthur C. Clarke defended the view that mature civilizations in the Galaxy would recognize the risks of first contact to younger races and would avoid revealing too much about themselves or their knowledge until the time was right.

So there you have it, NASA is trapped within long irrelevant CIA protocols, with the agency showing you life on Mars one minute then denying it completely in the same breath, all because a bunch of stuffy, fearful old men from 60 years ago thought we might all lose our minds if aliens came a knocking.

I’m sure the world’s populations are far more sensible than that and would handle the existence of an off planet intelligence without any social upheaval.
After all, the Martian humanoid civilsation are hardly aliens are they? Isn't it about time we were finally told the truth, not only about Mars but about our place in the universe?
I for one certainly hope that this historic moment comes soon.

The following text is from Bob Dean speaking at the Project Camelot LA Awake and Aware Conference in
19 September 2009 talking about the reason why we are no closer to any kind of disclosure, either off planet contact or Mars:

They don’t know how to lift the lid on this subject. They don’t know how to lift the lid on Pandora’s Box, because when they lift the lid just a little tiny bit – boom – the whole damn thing is going to come out, and nobody in government is prepared for that, because the story is so damn big.

I know that many of you – probably most of you – are aware of the famous Brookings Report. NASA gave a contract to the Brookings Institute in the late ’50s, and the basic point was simply this: Try to find out – What should we do if we, in the future, should encounter advanced extraterrestrial intelligence?

They worked on this thing for three years, published it in ’61, delivered it to Congress in ’61, and they concluded as a result of this study that, if we should, indeed at some point, run into advanced extraterrestrial intelligence, it would probably be a good idea to keep your mouths shut and not tell the masses of people.

Now, Margaret Mead was on the committee, and she’d had experiences in the South Pacific with primitive societies where they had been confronted by our advanced culture, and those primitive societies shriveled and died. The conclusion of the Brookings study was that, if we, indeed, would encounter advanced extraterrestrial intelligence, we probably shouldn’t tell the masses of people because sociologically, theologically, scientifically, it would be a damn disaster.

So, they published that study and it literally became national policy. It’s one of the major reasons why the lid has been kept down so tightly on this thing for so long.

As I said, it’s not simply that we’re being visited by guys from other planets. It isn’t simply that we’re being visited by guys from other star systems, nor are we being visited, you know, from other galaxies. Good God! Those are all given.

They also learned – and they knew that when I retired in ’76 – that we’re being visited by guys from other dimensions. They’re coming through portals, apparently. They create portals, apparently, and they’re coming and going from other dimensions. The more advanced societies we have encountered have been multidimensional.’

Paul Goodwin MARS UNCENSORED feb 1st 2010
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Yemen Stargate

Today there was an open question on my Facebook  about knowledge of a Yemen Stargate.  Now, this video is idealistic - perhaps it's part of the problem, who knows?!  FMPU is but a mere mortal with mortal thoughts and modest knowledge.  We have met many of the big players, but still have not one shred of modeled truth and hard answers.  But damn, after all this time our mind remains crystal clear in knowing what is needed. 


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Recommended critique on Flying Saucer Review

The Big Study covers a wide array of super strange topics that make for a fun read.  This includes the most recent post about the Flying Saucer Review, a 50s magazine that reviewed UFO sightings.  From the post:

Flying Saucer Review took a turn for the worse, in my opinion, in 1958. Whereas earlier it was a fairly naively presented forum for all sorts of guesswork about what saucers were and portended, now it was beginning to act like it had the answers. The answers were those that were being given by the contactees like Adamski et al. And massive landings and revelations were just around the corner. This crystallization of foggy vision had to be a direct reflection of the state of mind of editor Brinsley LePoer Trench. Trench must have been that sort of gullible romantic that needed an answer, even if answers were before their time. As stated the other day, some of the most powerful "evidence" cases had recently occurred, and they seemed to feed the fires of those who now "knew" not only that the UFOs were real anomalistic aerial phenomena [a rational deduction] but also that all the contactee claims were true [an irrational one --- contactee claims could conceivably be true (at least here and there) but cases like Levelland or Trindade hardly said a thing about the veracity of Adamski or Howard Menger]. Nevertheless, FSR was acting like great "physical" cases supported "metaphysical" and boldly claimed ideas. "Science" this was not. I haven't read the next year yet, so I don't know whether there was any backlash to this extremism by Trench. Will let you know in time.
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