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    they were something no one had ever really seen. The Government Connection The alleged crash of the “flying saucer” near Roswell in New Mexico. Most people would think there’s no way that they could keep such a story a secret for so long, considering how many military and industry scientists would need to be involved. There have been many different incidents very similar to this one. In 1969 two airline crews and a military fighter pilot near St. Louis did indeed mistake the glowing meteor-fireball, along with its several fragments, for squadron of UFOs. Even now there has been many people saying they have seen weird lights in the sky, they said they’re there for a minute then all of a sudden they disappear. The Crash Some people believe that what landed in that ranchers yard was not a “spacecraft” of some sort. Many think that it looks like something we’ve never seen, others think that it’s something some think someone made to look cool and get attention from everyone. One person said, “I had little patience for wacky ideas about flying saucers invading the earth”. Yet there still seem to be more who believe that what they had heard about that day was something out of this planet. The story was kept quiet was they didn’t the people realizing what they had discovered, Orson Welles said “they killed anyone who crossed their path”. Roswell in 1947, the landing of a flying saucer was no fantasy, it was real the military couldn’t prevent that from coming out and they didn’t…

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    It was a circular object of unknown diameter, reflecting light at the telescopes, and made of some sort of steel. Suddenly, the object crashed into a desolate field of grass. The city was shaken and then went back to normal. Everyone was in awe. In Quentin’s Movie House, you could hear the cries of “Invaders!” “Martians!” “Flying Saucer!” Everyone dashed to their cars to drive to the field. At the observatory, Mr. Werner dashed to the telephone and called the army. “Bring in the tanks! We have…

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    denies it and walks away. In that case, his mother warns him, "Don 't walk away when I 'm talking to you" (Cunningham 234) but Bobby refuses and as a consequence, he receives beatings. But, not only the parents are curious about the drugs, the police is involved two. Police officers often visits the neighborhood and the house, “They pause, take note, glide on” (Cunningham 234). The use of drugs and intoxication puts Carlton’s life in danger and will eventually cost him his life later on. During…

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    Otherworld was a very captivating book for the second half. In the beginning, it was just complaining. Texas was freezing, and a farmer, Pops Dickey’s cow gets killed. He calls the police when he notices it is a clean cut capable of only being done by a human. The police officer calls a veterinarian to inspect it because it would the most reliable source. Out of nowhere, the veterinarian says that it is the doing of aliens; the officer lets captain Graham Lattimer know. Suddenly, the whole town…

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    Third Kind Since the beginnings of civilization man has been gazing at the stars. With eyes fixed on the vast expense of the celestial bodies came the belief that we may not be the only one’s in the universe. According to ancient alien theorists, aliens have been interacting with humans since the earliest civilizations giving early humans access to technology and helping them build vast structures such as the pyramids in Egypt and Stonehenge.( Ancient Aliens) The first well known UFO sighting…

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    Poland which tell a very interesting story about a fascinating object called "The Bell". This is an interesting story that has come out. It's one of those stories, incidentally that's come out since the German Wiedervereinigung also known as the German reunification. It is the story that lies at the very center of the Nazi-UFO myth, the idea that the Nazis had a field-propulsion flying saucers. The Bell's a propulsion system, kind of a reactor which is the power…

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    highly publicized sighting of an unidentified flying object came on June 24 of that year when private pilot Kenneth Arnold claimed he spotted a string of nine shiny objects flying past Washington’s Mt. Rainier at speeds he clocked at 1,200 miles per hour. Although Arnold never specifically used the term “flying saucer,” he was quoted at the time saying the shape of the objects he saw was like a “saucer,” “disc,” or “pie plate.” Arnold described them as a series of objects with convex shapes,…

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    This painting is composed of three panels picturing different scenes of the New Testament: The Annunciation, The Adoration of Shepherds and the Flight into Egypt. The left and central panels depict the subjects in what seems to be a Gothic Temple. This is not a surprising characteristic due to the tradition in Northern Renaissance paintings illustrate characters from the Bible in a contemporary earthly environment that is known by the artist. This can be perceived in the scenery he set the…

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    The buildings of the Italian Cisternians consisted of a central hall for the crowds to gather, side aisles, and apse. With rectilinear forms challenge the French architecture, also with small windows, one example is the magnificent, Basilica of San Francisco, located in Assisi. The fresco painting on the walls was also an important characteristic of this period. Also, its desire to evoke the Franciscan connection with poverty influenced the architecture. Simply but magnificent is the definition…

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    Have you ever seen something so beautiful that gives you chills all over your body? Or feeling safe when little bit of sun can protect us from the evil darkness that lies around us? For example stepping into a church with such great lighting coming through the inside, while the sun hits the windows from the outside. During Gothic period and the Renaissance the stained glass windows was one of the best technique in Gothic Cathedrals. It has the most beautiful and inspiring stained glass windows…

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