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Disclosure By Diane Flaxman
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When one half of a couple has reason to confess, how high a price must they pay? Who do the ripples hit? Grace learns the hard way and finds she has to forge a tortuous path towards a kind of... More > peace.< Less
Carbon Disclosure Project FTSE 350 Report By Carbon Disclosure Project
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The Carbon Disclosure Project 2010 FTSE 350 Report
Apollo 20. The Disclosure By Luca Scantamburlo
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Since April 2007, a whistleblower by the name of "retiredafb" has been shocking the general public with its disclosure: footages and comments posted on YouTube and Revver.com. He claims to... More > be William Rutledge, and the Apollo 20 Commander for the USAF (August 1976). Luca Scantamburlo - ex journalist - has interviewed him and another YouTube user ("moonwalker1966delta") who claims to be a former NASA astronaut, and the Apollo 19 Commander (February 1976). Did these presumed secret joint US/USSR space missions take place indeed? The targets would have been some lunar anomalies, on the far side of the Moon. The opinion of the Author is this amazing story contains some kernels of truth, behind the controversial strategy of disclosure (video fakes and misleading data are present). In the book there are the reasons for his opinion, the chronology of his research (with his Web articles already published), the interviews with the two alleged Commanders, and some revelations never published before.< Less
The Red Planet: Full Disclosure By John Reizer
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Since his twelfth birthday, when he first viewed the magnificent celestial body through a small telescope, Serpentine Seilente had a tremendous fascination with the mysterious Red Planet. Now, many... More > years later, while working as a data and imaging specialist for the Government’s Space Agency, an older and wiser Serpentine has uncovered a Government conspiracy of enormous proportions. Serpentine is convinced that the Space Agency has been systematically altering raw images coming from this foreign world so that the final prints, being released to the public, depict a disingenuous view of the world’s closest planetary neighbor. In an absolute race against the Government, Serpentine attempts to disclose classified information, about the Red Planet, to the civilian population. In doing so, he and the reader learn why the Government and its Space Agency have gone to such great lengths to prevent this from happening.< Less
The Red Planet: Full Disclosure By John Reizer
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Since his twelfth birthday, when he first viewed the magnificent celestial body through a small telescope, Serpentine Seilente had a tremendous fascination with the mysterious Red Planet. Now, many... More > years later, while working as a data and imaging specialist for the Government’s Space Agency, an older and wiser Serpentine has uncovered a Government conspiracy of enormous proportions. Serpentine is convinced that the Space Agency has been systematically altering raw images coming from this foreign world so that the final prints, being released to the public, depict a disingenuous view of the world’s closest planetary neighbor. In an absolute race against the Government, Serpentine attempts to disclose classified information, about the Red Planet, to the civilian population. In doing so, he and the reader learn why the Government and its Space Agency have gone to such great lengths to prevent this from happening.< Less
Lead Paint Disclosure Booklet By Russ Stanziale
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The Red Planet: Full Disclosure By John Reizer
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Since his twelfth birthday, when he first viewed the magnificent celestial body through a small telescope, Serpentine Seiliente had a tremendous fascination with the mysterious Red Planet. Now, many... More > years later, while working as a data and imaging specialist for the Government's Space Agency, an older and wiser Serpentine has uncovered a Government conspiracy of enormous proportions. According to official documents released by the Space Agency, the Red Planet was a barren world devoid of any forms of life whatsoever. But young Serpentine knows that there's something terribly wrong with many of the images being taken by various probes that have been photographing the Red Planet. In an absolute race against the Government, Serpentine attempts to disclose classified information, about the Red Planet, to the civilian population. In doing so, he and the reader learn why the Government and its Space Agency have gone to such great lengths to prevent this from happening.< Less
Secrets Behind the UFO Disclosure Movement By Sparkster Hubs
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Free first chapter from the upcoming book, Secrets Behind The UFO Disclosure Movement, by Sparkster Hubs. Regardless of what you currently believe or think you know about UFOs, this book is sure to... More > be a mind-blowing eye-opener! Never before has such an extensive amount of information about the UFO phenomena been contained within the confinements of just one book ever before. Neither has such an overwhelming amount of undeniable and corroborated evidence ever been presented to the public before.< Less
Lead Paint Disclosure: Acknowledgement of Receipt By Russ Stanziale
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The Suburban Judgment - Part 1 - "Disclosure" By Marion Kille
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“Oi Copper – you’re in our world now.” Nightmares do come true, especially for Adam Kent. His fall from grace has stunned friends and colleagues alike. Now he finds himself... More > in a precarious situation, trying to cope with his own despondency whilst striving to keep the secret of his true identity from those around him. It’s a delicate, virtually impossible balance. Hungry for a story, the press are relentless but their information is limited. Only those close to Adam know why he did what he did. Nevertheless, without the complete facts, the real danger is that the public will draw their own conclusions and naturally believe the worst.< Less