Author: Abby Leigh

Missile Threat Investigation Fallout: Termination, Resignation

Vern Miyagi, who oversaw the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency, has resigned his position. In addition to Miyagi’s resignation, the employee who issued a ballistic missile alert to Hawaii’s residents earlier this month has been terminated. The announcement was made during a news conference Tuesday by Governor David Ige, State Adjunct General Major General Joe Logan, and investigating officer Brigadier General Bruce Oliveira. It was reported that the employee intentionally sent the missile attack message, thinking the island was being attacked, the FCC said in a surprising reversal, after officials had consistently stated the alert was the result of an...

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Oh Canada! Thank You For The Fix

On Saturday, January 27, 2018, NASA postponed a spacewalk, planned for Monday, January 29, 2018, by two astronauts at the International Space Station. NASA astronaut, Mark Vande Hei and Norishige Kanai of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency were scheduled to replace a latching end effector, which works as the grappling end of the ISS robotic arm. The LEE, which needed repair, had been installed during a spacewalk on Tuesday, January 23, 2018 by Vande Hei and a second NASA astronaut, Scott Tingle. However, the LEE did not respond on its main communications channel upon powering up. It did respond on...

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BORROWING FROM PETER TO PAY PAUL, OR WHERE’S MY SOCIAL SECURITY?

In this day and age of information zooming pell-mell down the electronic highway,  often faster than the public can assimilate, there should not be any surprise at people’s varied, and sometimes off base responses to news which affects them in serious and alarming ways. One outrageously provocative issue is the future of Social Security in the US. Everyday, in one or more publications, or on multitudes of social media pages dangers, threats, fake news, and histrionic reactions play out. The public, especially those who depend now, or will in the near future, on Social Security Benefits are alerted, confused,...

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Todd Standing And Bigfoot In California Courts

Sasquatch investigator and documentarian, Todd Standing, from Alberta, Canada has joined a group of fellow Bigfoot researchers, which includes PhDs, wilderness experts, wildlife biologists, and fingerprint experts who filed suit in the State of California to prove the species exists. When this is proved, Sasquatch will be recognized as an Indigenous Wildlife Species. Mr Standing believes the case cannot be lost. Along with other expert testimony, he will be providing DNA and hair samples from Sasquatch found in California, British Columbia, as  Alberta. There is hearing date set in California on March 19, 2018. Standing also filed similar suits...

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One Step Forward Two Steps Back: Canada And UFOs

In an age of public-demanded transparency, on all levels, it goes against the current grain to have an individual, community, or country-wide government behave with less than complete candor. So, with daily discussions of UFO disclosure, hard or soft, the world is watching and listening to everything being said, and importantly, too; what is not being said, and by whom. With anyone involved in the UFO community, it is critically needful that all official and unofficial entities cooperate and be forthright with evidence and information. Today, the public wants and believes it has a right to know the truth...

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