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Monday, 30. January 2006
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Supernatural Selection by The Boston Globe. (English)
A Tufts philosopher and famed Darwinist wants us to study religion like any other human behavior - as a 'natural phenomenon.' Scientists, meanwhile, may be on the way to explaining how, and why, we got religion.
Spooky Spots In Our Own Backyard by The Call. (English)
While many traditional tales about ghosts and apparitions tend to confine these phenomena to familiar haunts such as spooky cemeteries or ancient mansions, local ghost hunter and author Thomas D'Agostino believes that the world of the paranormal may be as close as our backyards, our schools and our workplaces.
UFOs: Seeing is Believing? by The Virginian-Pilot.(English)
Locals filed 12 reports in 2005 alone. They told of strange triangles hovering over Suffolk; formations over Virginia Beach that switched directions on a dime; massive, glowing shapes that silently skimmed Peninsula tree tops.
Hoaxes? A question of sanity? Perhaps sobriety?
Famous, credible people claim to have seen UFOs: Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Henry Ford III, a number of astronauts, John Lennon, even Christopher Columbus.
And: A History of UFOs; Video: Something strange in the skies over Norfolk
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