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Daily Mail: Curiosity Rover spots mysterious 'UFO' zooming across the red planet's horizon

Commentary: Interesting how the Daily Mail article sows a psychological seed with the term "internet pranksters" at the start of the article - presumably a reference to joke images of the nuclear powered Mars Science Laboratory being met by a mob of angry Martian protesters holding aloft Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament banners?!

When Curiosity first touched down on Mars, Internet pranksters were quick to mock up photographs of alien life on the alien landscape.

Daily Mail: Edinburgh University offers course on searching for aliens (...maybe they can teach UFO hunters how to take a good photo?)

Edinburgh University is planning to enroll thousands of students this month on a course to learn how to search for aliens.

The university has joined some of America's top institutions in launching a series of free online courses - including an Introduction to Astrobiology and the Search for Extra-terrestrial Life.

The course will discuss such questions as: what are the possibilities for intelligent life elsewhere? How would society deal with contact with aliens, and who would represent Earth?

BBC News: Blair was briefed on UK UFO files

Prime Minister Tony Blair was briefed on the UK's files about UFO sightings in 1998, newly declassified MoD documents have revealed.

Writer Nick Redfern urged him to "consider making available for public scrutiny all of the many and varied UFO reports compiled by the government".

The request came as the government began to implement Freedom of Information (FOI requests).

Some 6,700 pages of UFO documents have been released by the National Archives.

BBC News: UFO Wales: New X-files shed light on 'alien' sightings

However, officials were unable to address the mystery or confirm whether the so-called UFO was in fact a search-and-rescue operation from RAF Valley.

"It would have been highly unlikely that any of their helicopters would have been airborne," said officials.

Wales' 'Roswell incident'

Finally, the full records regarding the so-called 'Dyfed Triangle' have been released, after some of the papers were made public in 2010.

Daily Mail: Tony Blair demanded MOD briefing on UFOs after member of the public suggested a cover-up over information on alien life-forms

  • New government files released today detail 30 years of UFO sightings
  • A policeman saw a yellow object at the FA Cup quarter final in 1999
  • A West Wales hotelier saw a UFO land and silver suited 'humanoids' get out
  • The London Olympics is prime time for UFOs to appear says UFO expert

Former prime minister Tony Blair received a briefing about UFOs from the Ministry of Defence because of his concerns over the disclosure of classified information on alien life-forms.

Downing Street requested the advice for the PM in 1998 as the Freedom of Information Act was being introduced, which allowed the public to obtain information on alien mysteries.

Daily Mail: Keep an eye on the skies for saucers during the Olympics Games, warns former MoD UFO expert

Ian R Crane had this to say about the article: "Surely Nick Pope isn't trying to cash in on my 2007 forecast of a 'Fake Alien Invasion' being staged at the London Olympics? Of course not, Nick believes that Governments NEVER lie ... so he's just trying to make sure that he is in the studio offering his EXPERT opinion when the 3D holographics are being broadcast around the world ... as NEWS!!"

Hypothesis on alien life gains heft: U.S. military discusses its counterattack plans

Recently, Professor Paul Springer of the U.S. Air Command and Staff College at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama was a guest on an Australian talk show titled "U.S. Military Making Plans for an Alien Invasion." Springer, a former professor at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point who has a doctorate in military history from Texas A&M University, said his superiors had authorized him to discuss Pentagon plans to counter an alien invasion.

Telegraph (UK): Aliens have deactivated British and US nuclear missiles, say US military pilots

Aliens have landed, infiltrated British nuclear missile sites and deactivated the weapons, according to US military pilots.

Six retired officers and one former non-commissioned officer claim to have gathered witness testimonies from more than 120 military personnel revealing the infiltration of nuclear sites by aliens as recently as 2003.

In some cases, nuclear missiles supposedly malfunctioned while a disc-shaped object hovered nearby.

Captain Robert Salas, a former Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Launch officer, said he was on duty during one missile disruption incident at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana in 1967.

“An object came over and hovered directly over the site,� he said.

BBC West Midlands: Animal mutilations linked to UFOs says Walsall man

Mike Freebury of the Animal Pathology Field Unit (APFU)A Walsall man has told BBC WM that aliens and UFOs are responsible for a string of animal attacks in the UK.

Mike Freebury, a member of the Animal Pathology Field Unit, has investigated the mystery of 'cattle mutilations' for a number of years.

The phenomenon, first reported in America in the 1970s, involves the unexplained deaths of rural animals.

The bodies are often discovered with missing limbs and organs, removed with surgical precision.

Mike says that the illegal attacks are also happening in Britain - and UFOs are responsible.