Archive for November, 2010

U.S. rejected Gordon Brown's personal plea for Gary McKinnon to serve any prison sentence in Britain

U.S. rejected Gordon Brown's personal plea for Gary McKinnon to serve any prison sentence in Britain

Gordon Brown made an unsuccessful plea to the U.S. for computer hacker Gary McKinnon to be allowed to serve any prison sentence in Britain, the latest WikiLeaks documents revealed today. Then prime minister, Mr Brown was rebuffed when he suggested the computer hacker could plead guilty in return for not being extradited to the U.S. His offer was included in […]

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Grave Encounters

Grave Encounters

After the success of the Paranormal Activity films, fans of horror movies have been eagerly anticipating the release of the trailer for up and coming film Grave Encounters, and will unlikely be disappointed. Set in the supposedly abandoned Collingwood Psychiatric Hospital, the film follows a production team who are filming for the fictional Grave Encounters television programme. Naturally, the Hospital […]

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Aliens DO exist (or so half the British public believes)

Aliens DO exist (or so half the British public believes)

If you are a down-to-earth sort, this might sound slightly alien – but almost half of Britons believe in little green men. A poll of more than 2,000 adults found that 44 per cent are of the opinion extra-terrestrial life exists. Men have the most faith in alien beings, with 46 per cent of those surveyed for the Royal Society, […]

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Christopher Columbus Was Polish, Claim Historians

Christopher Columbus Was Polish, Claim Historians

He is celebrated as the humble Italian weaver who ended up discovering the Americas. But the conventional wisdom relating to Christopher Columbus is under threat after academics concluded the explorer was actually a Polish immigrant. An international team of distinguished professors have completed 20 years of painstaking research into his beginnings.The fresh evidence about Columbus’ background is revealed in a […]

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Will Proof of Extraterrestrial Life Be Revealed at a Ramada Inn?

Duane P. Snyder E.T. may phone home — from a Ramada Inn in South Haven, Mich. The red object above was found embedded in a chunk of ice in 2000. The owner of the chunk, Duane P. Snyder, believes the squiggle is an alien life form and will discuss his finding at the Ramada Inn this week. A Michigan man […]

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UFO Files – Alien Encounters

UFO Files – Alien Encounters

Go to the limits of human experience…and beyond. From the fringes of the galaxy to our own backyards, the UFO FILES searches for evidence of life beyond our world. Tracing the long, convoluted history of UFO encounters and research, this unique series opens new windows into the controversial field. Join us as we reveal what could possibly be evidence of […]

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Family haunted by home's gruesome past

Living in a house where a mother and child were viciously stabbed to death has proved challenging for the couple who now rent the Ngatai Rd home where Ravneet Sangha and her 2-year-old daughter Anna were killed. On a sunny Tauranga day – the same day Deepak Nagpal confessed to murdering Mrs Sangha and Anna – the house where they […]

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Quake measuring 6.9 magnitude near Japanese islands

A STRONG 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck off Japan's southern Bonin Islands today. The US Geological Survey said no tsunami was expected.

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NASA to Hold News Conference on Astrobiology Discovery

NASA to Hold News Conference on Astrobiology Discovery

NASA will hold a news conference at 11 a.m. PST on Thursday, Dec. 2, to discuss an astrobiology finding that will impact the search for evidence of extraterrestrial life. Astrobiology is the study of the origin, evolution, distribution and future of life in the universe. The news conference will be held at the NASA Headquarters auditorium at 300 E St. […]

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Happy St Andrews Day !

Happy St Andrews Day !

Wishing all our readers north of the border a very warm and safe St Andrews Day

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