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UFO Digest Top Ten Stories of 2005

(PRWEB) December 22, 2005 -- The year is almost over and although a flying saucer has not landed on the lawn in front of the White House, there have been very interesting events, that tease us in believing that actual alien contact is only weeks or months away. 2005 also brought religion to the forefront of politics and everyday life. The story of creation has rekindled debate among the masses: evolution versus creationism! Could there be a third cause that includes both? Could 'intelligent design' include the fact that Man evolved to a certain stage and then had his DNA altered by Gods or extraterrestrials to produce the Homo sapien of today?

It is not surprising then that the top two stories of the year involved both extraterrestrial craft and religion. Perhaps Prophet Yahweh has had his 15 minutes of fame but his predictions and documented UFO sightings still echo today. His story and interview make him the 'UFO Digest Top Story of the Year'. The second top story involves a television network that reportedly caught a UFO on tape flying over the Vatican during the funeral of Pope John Paul II.

1 - Spaceships Will Appear Over Las Vegas On My Signal

For only 45 days, starting June 1st until July 15, 2005, Prophet Yahweh, Seer of Yahweh, will be calling down UFOs and spaceships for the news media to film and photograph. During this time, a spaceship will descend, on Prophet's signal, and sit in the skies over Las Vegas, Nevada for almost two days. Story was viewed 29771 times.

2 - UFO Captured at Pope's Funeral

Indianapolis News Channel 8 released a video taken Thursday evening of St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City showing what appears to be an unidentified flying object moving across the upper left portion of the screen. The video, taken from a network feed camera at around 6:00 am Roman time, was filmed as Pope John Paul II lay in state. Story was viewed 18091 times.

3 - Lake Erie UFO - New Evidence

Let me take you back to the summer of 2001. I was watching the morning sky at approximately 2:00 am. Venus was in the eastern sky and I decided to use my video camera to get a closer look at the planet. What I noticed was that the planet had a companion. I believed it was either another planet or a star. But during the time period I watched the sky, the object which was to the left of Venus paralleled the planet, moving through the sky and remaining the same distance from Venus. Story was viewed 14405 times.

4 - Invention Allows Humans to Breathe Like Fish

Alan Izhar-Bodner, an Israeli inventor, has developed a way for divers to breathe underwater without cumbersome oxygen tanks. His apparatus makes use of the air that is dissolved in water, just like fish do. Story was viewed 14235 times.

5 - ‘Tenth planet’ may be bigger than expected

An observational error may have understated the size of the tenth planet – if "planet" is in fact what astronomers finally decide to call it. The upper limit on the size of the object, temporarily called 2003 UB313, was earlier set at 3000 kilometers following the Spitzer Space Telescope's failure to spot any infrared source at its location. But as its discoverer Mike Brown notes on his website, the telescope was actually pointed at the wrong place, so the object could actually be bigger than that. Story was viewed 6598 times.

6- Tsunami clue to 'Atlantis' found

Spartel Island now lies 60m under the sea in the Straits of Gibraltar, but some think it once lay above water. The finding adds weight to a hypothesis that the island could have inspired the legend recounted by the philosopher Plato more than 2,000 years ago. Story was viewed 6021 times.

7 - Mystery of the smiling Buddha: a gift from the tsunami

Rock carvings and parts of buildings lead to claims of mythical city of Mahabalipuram being discovered, and a Buddhist sage sits underneath the tree yards from the sea from which he was plucked Story was viewed 5854 times.

8 - Details of US microwave-weapon tests revealed

Volunteers taking part in tests of the Pentagon's "less-lethal" microwave weapon were banned from wearing glasses or contact lenses due to safety fears. The precautions raise concerns about how safe the Active Denial System (ADS) weapon would be if used in real crowd-control situations. Story was viewed 5139 times.

9 - Ten Things You Should Do If You Encounter An UFO

Every year, more than 70,000 reports of UFO sightings come into UFO research organizations around the world. While it is true that nine out of 10 sightings are explainable, it is also true that only one in 10 is ever reported, and each year the number of reports increases. Story was viewed 4755 times.

10 - Thin skin will help robots 'feel'

Japanese researchers have developed a flexible artificial skin that could give robots a humanlike sense of touch. The team manufactured a type of "skin" capable of sensing pressure and another capable of sensing temperature. Story was viewed 4755 times.

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