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Marfa Lights Intelligence

Have I talked too much about Marfa Lights? Maybe, but not recently. I would like to extrapolate on the blog post “Marfa Lights Explanation.” Regarding intelligence, why would people dismiss it and search through the scuffy landscape of southwest Texas, figuratively speaking, for … Continue reading

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Why Must a Modern Pterosaur be Nocturnal?

To begin, I’ll back track: I believe that a species of modern pterosaur could be diurnal but it would be likely a rare species living in a remote area. It would be an exception. The general rule points to nocturnal … Continue reading

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Glowing Pterosaurs Interpretation of Marfa Lights

Of course the precise concept of “glowing pterosaurs” for Marfa Lights seems speculative, at least until an eyewitness comes forward in that area of Texas and the sighting ties together flying balls of light and pterosaurs. That said, eyewitnesses in … Continue reading

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Marfa Lights Like Warmer Nights

Whether or not CE-III Marfa Lights are caused by pterosaur-like creatures similar to the ones in Papua New Guinea, we need to determine if they are very likely caused by any kind of creature, or if they could be non-biological. We … Continue reading

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Analyzing Data for a Marfa Lights Interpretation

In Occam’s Razor and Marfa Lights, I wrote about comparing the fourth hypothesis of James Bunnell with the “nocturnal flying predators” hypothesis. Simplicity awarded the flying predators with victory, for “Electromagnetic Vortexes” requires too many unknown entities. Now I would … Continue reading

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Occam’s Razor and Marfa Lights

Occam’s Razor, according to Wikipedia, “is a principle that generally recommends selecting the competing hypothesis that makes the fewest new assumptions, when the hypotheses are equal in other respects. For instance, they must both sufficiently explain available data in the … Continue reading

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Return of the Marfa Lights

It seems easy for some Americans to imagine a modern pterosaur living in some remote jungle in Papua New Guinea. It’s not so easy to imagine one in the United States. But reports of living pterosaurs here in North America … Continue reading

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Marfa Lights, Ghost Lights

I cannot emphasize enough the importance or avoiding simplistic evaluations and careless classifying of mysterious lights. Marfa Lights of type CE-III move unlike hunting barn owls and unlike car headlights. Some of the ghost lights in the United States do … Continue reading

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Are Marfa Lights Nocturnal Scavengers?

Vultures scavenge in daylight. Could Marfa Lights be nocturnal flying scavengers? I don’t mean to put down the bat hunting hypothesis, regarding the splittings and rejoinings that may have given rise to the comment from residents about “dancing devils.” That … Continue reading

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Halo CME’s and Marfa Light CE-III’s

James Bunnell, author of Hunting Marfa Lights, seems to have made an objective evaluation of the conjecture that the earth’s magnetosphere may be related to ML’s (mystery lights near Marfa, Texas). On pages 173-176, he goes into detail, and explains how … Continue reading

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