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  1. Flying Saucers Are Still A Rumour: Stevia Sphere: Abandoned ‎ (19xFile, MP3, Comp, VBR) Not On Label (Stevia Sphere Self-released) none: Sweden: none.
  2. Nov 05,  · The "flying saucer" isn't an alien spaceship though — it is the remnants of the robot spaceship Genesis that was designed to study the Sun and launched in Author: Chris Ciaccia.
  3. It's one of the more bizarre relics of the Soviet era -- an abandoned Space Age saucer. But Kiev's Bus Garage Number 7 was once considered the most innovative structure of .
  4. Feb 11,  · The icon was a flying saucer on a red arrow—the insignia of a little-known and strange sideshow in aeronautical design. Rhodes was leafing through the lost records of a U.S. military flying Author: Joe Pappalardo.
  5. The Hollow Earth Flying Saucers, Propulsion and Relativity. By: Dr. R. W. Bernard, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Solve the UFO propulsion problem and you open the whole universe to man: Here's a theory that may explain it.. For the past few years we have been visited by large numbers of foreign space craft.
  6. Flying Saucers was an amusement ride at Disneyland in Anaheim, California from to The ride was manufactured by Arrow Development and National Research Associates, Inc.. Guests rode on personal flying saucers on a cushion of air, similar to an air hockey game, which played in a way similar to bumper cars with guests ramming each other with their saucers.
  7. This message from Kris Thompson offers advice: From [email protected] Tue Dec 10 Date: Tue, (EST) From: kthom To: [unnamed list] Subject: Radio: Don't Fear the Saucer I'm not completely caught up with all the recent posts, so I don't know to what extent the new Flying Saucer Attack live CD.
  8. By replacing the Hyperspace modules of the Mark I Flying Saucer with Vortex modules, still retaining the essential betatron as the centrifuge, performance is improved for the Mark II. To begin with, drive is generated only when the main rotor is revolving, so the saucer can be parked with the motor running.
  9. A flying saucer (also referred to as "a flying disc") is a descriptive term for a supposed type of flying craft having a disc or saucer-shaped body, commonly used generically to refer to an anomalous flying term was coined in but has generally been supplanted since by the United States Air Force term unidentified flying objects (or UFOs for short).

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