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Ufologist Philip Imbrogno talked about his theory of ultraterrestrials and how it constitutes a radical new quantum approach to understanding the contact phenomenon. In contrast to "extraterrestrial," which he said has become synonymous with simply aliens from another planet, Imbrogno defined "ultraterrestrial" as "anything outside of our physical reality" and, thus, encompasses entities from other dimensions and parallel worlds. He explained that his work aims to "combine string theory and quantum physics into the paranormal." By doing this, Imbrogno said, the enigmatic nature of the paranormal becomes more palatable as it can be viewed in the context of these emerging sciences. As an example of the ultraterrestrials, Imbrogno shared the story of famed explorer Henry Hudson's encounter with little gnome-like entities in 1609. While exploring the river that would eventually bear his name, Hudson was warned by Native Americans to avoid the "little men" in the nearby mountains. One night during the expedition, he heard music and saw flashes of light coming from a mountain top. Deciding to investigate, Hudson and his men climbed the mountain and discovered a party of gnomes that were dancing around the fire and playing games. Welcomed by the little people, Hudson was told that they were from "somewhere else" and that they come into our world every twenty years. Though this may seem like simple folklore, Imbrogno observed that similar stories of celebratory gnomes in the ...