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2010-11-10 00:00:37

His home base, journey trail and cause of death are revealed for the first time. Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 9, 2010 The Logistics News Network has learned that a book has been released purporting to answer many of the secrets surrounding the ancient iceman known as Ötzi , who was unearthed in the Italian Alps in 1991. The basis for this information is the decorated military intelligence officer and legendary psychic remote viewer Joseph McMoneagle. Author S.J. Seeds provided...

2010-04-12 18:36:00

LOS ANGELES, April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Online-based recording industry publication adds noted music producer, recording artist, and on-air radio personality Danielle Egnew to its editorial staff. Egnew will contribute expertise on issues related to the business of music, album production, and independent film. Music Industry Newswire(TM) is a publication of Neotrope(R) Entertainment, established in California in 1983. "We're excited to have Danielle join the team," said Christopher Simmons,...

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2009-06-01 10:40:00

Experts are investigating "remote viewing," the psychic ability to identify distant locations, in the first scientific experiment to be conducted through the social messaging service. Members of the public will be asked to "tweet" their impressions of randomly chosen spots in the U.K. that were visited by one of the researchers. Afterwards they will vote for which of the five photographs on a website shows where the visitor was standing. These steps will be repeated with visually different...


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