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A Couple Of Possibly Interesting Items

From: Eleanor White <ewraven1.nul>
Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2012 19:03:24 -0500
Archived: Sat, 14 Jan 2012 05:17:01 -0500
Subject: A Couple Of Possibly Interesting Items

First: Thumbing through an old encyclopedia, printed in 1986, I
found this entry:

"Viking Mission: Exploration of Mars by two U.S. space-craft
landing in the summer of 1976. The mission included experiments
to search for evidence of life."

Does anyone on this List know how those evidence for life
experiments turned out?

I ask because sometimes, older information hasn't been as
censored as more recent, particularly when the topic is

Second: Nick Balaskas might be interested in this.

I came across this link showing one of those circular 'punch
hole' openings in a solid overcast, at this link:


The Russian photographer or editor called this a "baby tornado".
He was referring to the swirl-pattern wispy clouds dropping down
from the 'punch hole'.

This is the first time I've seen such a cloud pattern in a photo
of a punch-hole.

I have seen, live, in the sky here in Ontario, many small clouds
which are wispy like the old "cirrus", but are shorter and
instead of the strands running horizontally, they run either
vertical, or horizontal with the cloud forming a right angle
bend. Those formations are new to me.

But I thought the Russian "punch hole" might be of interest to
List members who have investigated UFO occurrences associated
with such holes.

Eleanor White

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