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Anomaly-NOW! 2/8/2023 – “It’s Just a Weather Balloon…” UFOs, UAPs, Roswell and Hot Air

Anomaly-NOW! Live news roundup, Wednesdays @ 7pm CDT from the nonprofit Anomaly Archives in Austin, Texas.

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Archives of the Impossible II: Transnationalism, Transdisciplinarity, Transcendence

SOCIETY FOR UAP STUDIES: advancing the study of unidentified aerospace phenomena through interdisciplinary dialogue

Limina’s Inaugural Symposium 2023

Canadian UFO Researcher Chris Rutkowski Commentary – 2/3/23

Republicans are blaming Biden for letting a suspected Chinese spy balloon cross into the US.
It happened 3 times during the Trump administration, officials say. By Lloyd Lee Feb 4, 2023

Chinese spy balloon crashed off Hawaii coast 4 months ago, US officials say
At least one balloon flew over parts of Texas and Florida during Trump administration, despite former president saying it never happened. By Lucas Y. TomlinsonBy Lucas Y. Tomlinson , Brooke Singman , Jessica Chasmar | Fox News – February 5, 2023


Keel’s Fugo-Roswell speculation vs Redfern’s Bodysnatchers in the Desert vs Jacobson’s Area-51

(John Keel on…) Fugo Balloons and UFOs

John Keel’s “Screaming Monkey” by Nick Redfern – May 13, 2013

John Keel and the Japanese Connection to the Roswell “UFO Crash” by Nick Redfern – Jul 27, 2022

Balloon escape is latest problem for troubled Army program
By Ian Duncan Baltimore Sun • Oct 28, 2015

Pentagon testing mass surveillance balloons across the US by Mark Harris – 2 Aug 2019

Raven Aerostar – Thunderhead Balloon System – Jul 17, 2020

NOAA teaming up with Arizona firm to advance study of stratosphere – August 19, 2020

NATO Science | High-altitude balloon-borne radar – Nov 25, 2020

What We Know About The High-Altitude Balloons Recently Lingering Off America’s Coastlines
The military has been testing high-altitude balloons that are steerable and can remain aloft for long periods while carrying cutting-edge payloads.