Astronaut Edgar Mitchell, 6th Man on Moon, Dies in Florida https://t.co/lg9jM7EI2u via @nbcnews #space — earthpages.org (@earthpages) February 6, 2016 On learning this sad news, we thought it appropriate to reblog an article published in 2009: Former astronaut says Roswell UFO crash true By Steve Hammons According to a CNN report April 20, 2009, former astronaut… Read More Astronaut Edgar Mitchell, 6th Man on Moon, Dies – What was Mitchell’s ET Connection?
By Steve Hammons The term “anomalous cognition” has come to mean something similar to what has often been called the “sixth sense.” These concepts are also linked with names for this phenomena such as extrasensory perception (ESP) and remote viewing. However, is it true that certain kinds of perception are actually “anomalous,” that is, unusual… Read More ESP, remote viewing actually ‘complementary cognition?’
By Steve Hammons Originally published February 24, 2009 As we increasingly look at our human capital to assess where we have been, where we are now and where we are going, it is probably helpful to consider the current overall understanding of human consciousness. That is no easy task. The vague and varied nature of… Read More Deploy soft power communication on human consciousness
By Steve Hammons Right now, all of us are experiencing human consciousness. It is our thinking, feeling and perceptions. It involves us as individuals, families, groups, organizations, communities and nations. Some people seem to feel that we may be on the verge of breakthroughs of some kind when it comes to human consciousness – a… Read More Breakthroughs in human consciousness possible
By Steve Hammons In discussions about the ideas of hard power, soft power and smart power, several observers have pointed out that the term soft power may not be a good name for this worthwhile, sound and valuable concept. The word soft sometimes implies weak, flabby or inadequate characteristics in several kinds of contexts. A… Read More Beyond soft power and smart power: Transcendent power
By Steve Hammons (July 31, 2006) Some modern physics research includes examination of interesting ideas such as unseen dimensions within our universe separated by subtle and discreet boundaries sometimes referred to as “branes.”The term “multiverse,” a universe with many dimensions, has even been used to describe these kinds of ideas. In some ways, this way… Read More Scientific research, Cherokee tales of ‘little people’ give clues about our world
By Steve Hammons How should journalists, the news media and informed citizens handle certain unusual and unconventional topics? To try to find the answers, internationally-known and award-winning investigative journalist George Knapp will be teaching a journalism course at the College of Southern Nevada beginning in January. The course, “Reporting from the Twilight Zone,” will explore… Read More Journalist teaches college class on covering fringe topics, cover-ups, UFOs