Author: Moogboy

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RAF Engineer Claims MI5 Faked Crop Circles

David Clayton has had enough of government generated disinformation. David Clayton, a former Royal Air Force engineer and expert on crop circles & cattle mutilations, claims that the MI5, (the UK equivalent of the CIA) have been faking crop circles to discredit legitimate British researchers. A large portion of the crop circles we see today and since the early 1990’s are man-made hoaxes, claims Clayton. He can separate the hoaxes from the legitimate crop circles by the way they are made. The fakes are generally made with boards and ropes leaving the crops crushed.  The real ones are alleged to happen when the crops are found altered by...

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Italian Company Capsula Mundi Designs Egg Like Coffins

A New Eco-Friendly Way To Be Buried. Tired of the usual creepy lines of headstones in your local graveyard? How about an entire forest grown from dead people to tickle your Franken-fetish? Capsula Mundi is an Italian company who has designed an egg shaped capsule for human burials. The deceased can fit into the bio-degradable egg by being placed into the fetal position. The capsule is planted like a seed in the soil and the tree of your choice will be planted above it which can be tended to by your surviving loved ones. Capsula Mundi is produced with 100% biodegradable materials including starch...

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Did Aliens Invent Chess For Humans?

World Chess Federation President Abducted By Aliens.  The current president of the International Chess Foundation (FIDE), Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, claims that he was abducted by aliens in 1997, who told him they invented chess. He has held the president position since 1995 after defeating former world chess champion Garry Kasparov. One evening he was abducted from his flat in Moscow by humanoid aliens and taken to a planet in another solar system. “It was not in our Russian space vehicles, but with aliens. They came in a flying saucer, picked me up, and I spent a whole day in outer space. The...

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NASA Commander Chris Hadfield Launching First Album Recorded In Space

Space Sessions: Songs from a Tin Can album cover (Chris Hadfield) All Systems Go For Release of Space Man’s Full Length Album Next Month    Space Sessions: Songs from a Tin Can is the first album set to be released by retired Commander Chris Hadfield on October 9. His guitar and vocal tracks were entirely recorded in space during a 6 month stay on the International Space Station with the rest of the album being multi-tracked back on earth. Hadfield had brought a guitar to the MIR space station on his first space mission as a gift about 20 years ago. Some tracks were earlier compositions while...