Shortly after I issued a press release last year announcing the publication of The Day After the Singularity, I received a suggestion from a person of significant stature that I submit the book for the 2021 Eric Hoffer book award for most thought-provoking book of the year. I was blown away.

Time’s almost up. Think of the classic scene in the alien invasion movie Independence Day where everyone runs for their lives as giant city-sized alien spacecraft hover above preparing to vaporize L.A., New York and Washington D.C. As our heroes flee the White House, crowding into Air Force One in a desperate attempt to escape, Jeff Goldblum watches a timer tick down until it hits zero.

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I made my media debut on Whitley Strieber’s Dreamland podcast recently. It was both fun and challenging. Being a novice, I expected to stumble a bit. And I did.

For as long as I can remember, skeptics and debunkers have dismissed the UFO cover-up as a conspiracy theory. For them, it was a way to ridicule the UFO community and avoid talking about evidence and eyewitness testimony.

Politics is a nasty business. It always has been. At least, here on pre-Singularity Earth anyway. We’re currently in the midst of a particularly disgusting episode. Maybe the most disgusting ever. Certainly, the scariest ever. This time around rationality itself is on the ballot.

Well, it’s summer (it was when I started writing this, long story) and instead of fading away as the scientifically challenged thought it would, the coronavirus is surging. And so is Mainstream Disclosure. In less than a week, the Mainstream Media broke two major stories about UFOs and extraterrestrial civilization. Shortly after that on July 11, the unofficial Disclosure TV show Unidentified: America’s UFO Investigation starring Luis Elizondo and Tom DeLonge kicked off Season Two on History (channel).

Well, now we have crisis on top of crisis. In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, we now have civil unrest thanks to a series of senseless murders committed by police. It’s pathetic that nine years out from the Singularity we’re still so primitive that we need a movement to say that Black Lives Matter. It’s also a very ominous sign.

I’ll just say this, there’s nothing quite like launching your Magnum Opus – a project you’ve been working on for more than 20 years – in the middle of a global pandemic. Talk about sucking all the oxygen out of the room. It’s a coronavirus news cycle 24/7 for the foreseeable future. No time for anything else. It reminds me of the Disclosure Project press conference – 9/11 events a little bit. After the May 9th press conference back in 2001, there were a few months of very telling silence. The mainstream was struggling to respond. Could they just ignore the whole thing