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8.6.21 UFOs and the Boundaries of Science


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It is clear that UFOs do not operate within the laws of physics as we currently understand them. Therefore, the boundaries of science lie with us rather than extraterrestrial visitors and we certainly need to expand our knowledge if we wish to better understand UFOs and the related phenomena that accompany them. Author Greg Eghigian writing for the BostonReview.net has some ideas on this subject and you can learn more HERE.

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