The noted pseudo-scientific skeptic, neurosurgeon Dr. Stephen Novella, recently tried his shaky hand at a snickering, sophomoric and defamatory attack on the Billy Meier case. His focus, if one can call anything about it focused, was primarily on the Wedding Cake UFO (WCUFO) and the Asket and Nera photo controversies. In fact, Supercilious Steve failed… Read More


…and why that’s okay. I recently sent C2C host, reporter George Knapp a couple of emails, suggesting he interview me again, both of which apparently really ruffled his feathers. As I did convey to him, it wasn’t my intention to be as insulting as he interpreted them to be. The lines that he pointed out… Read More


…or Let’s Go back to…Jupiter!    I don’t type particularly well, or very fast and chances are everyone knows what I mean when I say type. But does everyone also know where this word, type, comes from? Really, no joke intended. Of course it comes from the word typewriter, a now essentially antique machine, which was the… Read More


A New Concept Car…and the Coming San Francisco Quake Draws Nearer  As Wendelle Stevens said, in 1978, “I carefully studied each picture as they came to me, trying to recognize familiar landmarks and buildings, and any prominent new structures I had never seen there before. I looked carefully at cars shown in the streets below… Read More


A letter to a participant on a skeptic site that attacks the Billy Meier case Dear Jennifer, You’ve asked for the metal samples to be tested again, so I’d like to ask you some questions. First, as you know, people on the skeptic’s blog have been asking lots of questions, posing challenges and of course… Read More


Ah yes, that famous line uttered by Jack Nicholson, which couldn’t be more appropriate and accurate than it is today. That’s because so many people, when faced with the truth, simply call the bearer of the truth a liar. Indeed, they can’t handle the truth. It should also be said that since there’s no shortage of… Read More


While scientists at the European Space Agency say that mission to “blow up” asteroid Apophis would be merely “target practice”, maybe Billy Meier’s information has already hit the bulls-eye. The European Space Agency just announced plans for a mission to “blow up” an asteroid, in 2015, with a proposed target being none other than Apophis… Read More