Archive for January, 2010

More than 1,200 tiny quakes hit Yellowstone Park, but jitters are few

More than 1,200 tiny quakes hit Yellowstone Park, but jitters are few

Yellowstone National Park is shaking again, but jitters seem few so far. Over eight days, more than 1,270 mostly tiny earthquakes have struck between Old Faithful and West Yellowstone. The strongest dozen or so have ranged between magnitudes 3.0 and 3.8. That's strong enough to feel – barely. The vast majority have been too weak to be felt even nearby. […]

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The Murder of Mary Magdalene

The Murder of Mary Magdalene

Just about everything imaginable has been either said or suggested about the biblical figure presented to us as Mary Magdalene. That much we can agree. The most favoured and recent of the many hypothesis is that she was the partner of the historical and biblical figurehead Jesus carrying his child and along with that the continuation of a Holy Bloodline. […]

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China launches its own search engine 'Goojje' in midst of row with Google

China launches its own search engine 'Goojje' in midst of row with Google

Knock-off websites of both Google and YouTube have emerged in China as the country faces off against the real search engine over its local operations. The Google imitation is called Goojje and includes a plea for the U.S.-based company not to leave China, after it threatened this month to do so in a dispute over web censorship and cyberattacks. The […]

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MJ-12 is Bogus ?

MJ-12 is Bogus ?

This is not the promised new information about MJ-12, but it is something that I came across not all that long ago, which is not to say that it wasn’t published several years ago. Nick Redfern, in his anti-alien Roswell book (he proposes a terrestrial explanation), noted that the FBI investigation hadn’t turned up any evidence for the authenticity of […]

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50 Years of Goose Eggs

50 Years of Goose Eggs

After 50 fruitless years of scanning the stars for ET signals using radiotelescopes, Frank Drake, the godfather of the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, is acknowledging the obvious: SETI’s foundation might well have been erected atop wet cement. It happened this week, just days after the New Zealand Defence Force became the latest foreign bureaucracy to announce its intentions to unload […]

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Is calling E.T. a smart move?

Is calling E.T. a smart move?

In 2008, NASA beamed the Beatles song “Across the Universe” into deep space, sending a message of peace to any extraterrestrial who happens to be in the region of Polaris, also called the North Star, in 2439. “Amazing! Well done, NASA!” Paul McCartney said. “Send my love to the aliens.” Who could argue with such a well-meaning, positive initiative? Quite […]

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Something in the Storm

Something in the Storm

This year we in the United States have had a more aggressive winter than usual. Depending on your geographical location you may have experienced a few feet to a few inches when you otherwise would have not experienced little or no snowfall whatsoever. Here in Erie PA, we usually get our fair share of white out conditions and blizzards. In […]

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New light to be shed of mystery of King Tut

New light to be shed of mystery of King Tut

One of the great remaining mysteries of ancient Egypt, the lineage of the boy-pharaoh Tutankhamun, may soon be solved. Egyptian antique supremo Zahi Hawass has scheduled a news conference for February 17 in the Cairo Museum to unveil the findings from DNA samples taken from the world's most famous pharaoh. The announcement will be “about the secrets of the family […]

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Love In An Alien Purgatory

Love In An Alien Purgatory

In Farah Yurdozu’s latest book, Love In An Alien Purgatory, we learn that David Huggins, an unassuming and gentle man, had his first consciously recalled abduction experience when he was eight years old. That experience, and many of his later encounters, occurred during the day when he was outside playing. Like most abductees, the Beings conditioned David throughout his childhood, […]

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The Eerie Silence – UFO'S and Astronomers

The Eerie Silence – UFO'S and Astronomers

The search for extraterrestrial life was back in the news again this week. Learned astronomers told the Royal Society that evidence of life elsewhere in the universe is likely to be found during the 21st century – but the idea that aliens were already here flying around in UFOs was laughed out of court. That was the signal put out […]

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