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UFOs & Bioluminescent Mushrooms...mysterious lights of the night

May 4th 2019
I've seen a UFO and not everyone can claim that. Denise says if there were not about 10 of us then no one would believe it. It was 1979 or 1980 (the exact date is published in a book and newspapers)...a group of us sitting on Bundagen Beach at about midnight (south of Coffs Harbour NSW) when a large light over the Pacific Ocean danced before our eyes. We thought it may be a plane or a wea ... read more
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Australian Flag Aboriginal settlers arrived on the continent from Southeast Asia about 40,000 years before the first Europeans began exploration in the 17th century. No formal territorial claims were made until 1770, when Capt. James COOK took possession in the name... ... read more
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5th May 2019

Wish I will see that one day
I have seen fire flies, milky seas effect and bioluminescent worms but never those mushrooms. Since you also mention astromony I can add that I've seen aurora borealis, and a Mercury transit and a Venus transit. Thanks for your blog. It was interesting. /Ake
5th May 2019

Wish I will see that one day
Our world is full of wonders Ake and I never cease being amazed when I discover them. These bioluminescent mushrooms emit a white glow to the naked eye which in reality is green, all a result of a chemical reaction created by the enzymes within. One day I hope to also see the aurora borealis. I will then enquire why the light they emit is also green. Fascinating stuff.

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