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The problem with aliens
Columnist: Doug Yurchey | Posted on 2-11-2009 | 4 comments
What one philosophy harmonizes the problems/conflicts on the question of Origin? New Age people; some very enlightened and very intelligent students (of what i...




What is God ?
Columnist: Doug Yurchey | Posted on 12-23-2008 | 22 comments
Everyone asks this dull, drab, boring question. Therefore it should be dealt with immediately, which is not to trivialize this all encompassing query. Heres t...




Shuttle Endeavour heading for disaster ?
Columnist: Doug Yurchey | Posted on 3-20-2008 | 18 comments
To cynics and skeptics that never heard of the ‘mystic’ qualities of ANAGRAMS, it will be a hard-sell that rearranged letters are anything more than coincidence...




An interview with Doug Yurchey: Part 2
Columnist: Doug Yurchey | Posted on 9-7-2007 | 0 comments
…Donna Epstein heard me on Mary Sutherland’s radio show. She knew I was looking for some anomaly at these 13 points (since 1974). She sent me a Google Earth pic...




An interview with Doug Yurchey: Part 1
Columnist: Doug Yurchey | Posted on 8-28-2007 | 1 comment
George Noory: Tonight we are going on a mystery cruise as we explore some ancient mysteries throughout this planet. Our special guest Doug Yurchey…he’s next wit...




The ring of truth
Columnist: Doug Yurchey | Posted on 7-19-2007 | 0 comments
Ralph Ring is a brilliant innovative technician who as a young man in the late 1950s worked closely with Otis T. Carr. Carr was a disciple of the great invento...




Incredible Iapetus
Columnist: Doug Yurchey | Posted on 7-5-2007 | 21 comments
Iapetus is the 17th of Saturn’s 33 known moons and the third largest. The astronomer Cassini first viewed Iapetus with a telescope. The satellite was observed t...




Otis T. Carr and the Tesla saucers
Columnist: Doug Yurchey | Posted on 6-29-2007 | 10 comments
Otis T. Carr (1904-1980?) was a protégé of the great inventor Nikola Tesla. Carr and his team constructed a number of fully functional, flying saucers in the l...




11 questions about Tesla
Columnist: Doug Yurchey | Posted on 6-11-2007 | 14 comments
I was flattered to be asked to speak in Singapore concerning the work of the great inventor Nikola Tesla. My first response was to answer any questions they ha...




Atlantis power grid
Columnist: Doug Yurchey | Posted on 4-21-2007 | 27 comments
Atlantis was a continent in the Atlantic Ocean and connected to 12 other colonies that formed a perfect GRID around the Earth. We know this now because of the l...

 
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