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With the War on Terror and various other news issues taking up all of the limelight as of late, one of my old passions, UFO's Real and Imagined, has been at a low heartbeat. This blog is meant to be a small crash cart in an otherwise quiet area of investigation.

Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Radiation At a Distance 

In Budd Hopkin’s book, Intruders, he notes on page 35 of my copy that certain physiological effects of a particular abduction seem to be those of radiation exposure. The symptoms described by Kathy Davis at her home include such things as nausea, dizziness, hair loss, etc. Also, the grass and other plants in the area of a reported UFO landing exhibited certain anomalous changes hinting at some sort of radioactive event.

Likewise a certain distance [currently unknown, but I have contacted Mr. Hopkins for this info.] from the Davis house, their neighbors, the Lloyds, experienced some electrical upsets and witnessed a flashing of light outside. The witness information is timed coincident with the period of time of the events at the Davis home.

This is of interest of me for a couple of reasons:

  1. The event has an off-site witness, showing some credibility that the event wasn’t isolated and that it was grounded in reality.
  2. More importantly to me as an engineer looking to characterize and eventually develop similar technology, the possibility of radiation during the event and a distance of action as two pieces of data gives me something to compute.

I’ll be very glad when Mr. Hopkins gets back to me.

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