Monthly Archives: May 2006

Classified Antigravity Aerospace Craft

Here’s an article well worth reading: Classified Antigravity Aerospace Craft The opening abstract reads: The American military industrial complex has developed in secrecy an array of futuristic aircraft and space vehicles, operated according to new energy technologies such a electro … Continue reading

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Chapter 35 Now Online

Some time ago, one of the "confidential sources" that has been helping me find my way around in the Parallel Universe expressed some frustration.  He didn’t know what to tell me because "I don’t know what you already know."  That … Continue reading

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It’s A “Polanski Day”

Well, I had my vacation, followed by the trip to Utah for Pem’s funeral. Now, I guess, we’ll have to write this week off as a "working vacation." I had myself marching along with a pretty steady rhythm before the … Continue reading

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Chapter 34 Now Online

We’re back from the cobalt depths… the trip was marvelous. Diving in Cozumel is interesting, to put it mildly. For starters, the island suffered from a Category 4 hurricane (Wilma) last fall and the signs of devastation are every where.  … Continue reading

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Brightly Colored Fish 2

Diving on the Colombia Reef near the south end of Cozumel yesterday, Ann caught this shot of a white margate hanging out in front of an enormous sheet of plate coral.  Photographing fish is a neat trick. Most of them … Continue reading

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Brightly Colored Fish…

…abound in the waters of Cozumel in the Gulf of Mexico.  Here’s a ‘grey angelfish’ I photographed yesterday on "Paradise Reef."  Hey, it’s a tough life but somebody’s got to do it. Click on the thumbnail to see the larger … Continue reading

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