Archive for August, 2011

ISS Cameras Capture Katia

ISS Cameras Capture Katia

From an altitude of 230 miles, external cameras aboard the International Space Station captured video of Tropical Storm Katia at 10:03 a.m. EDT August 31, 2011, as it churned across the central Atlantic. Katia is moving west-northwest at a brisk speed of 21 miles an hour, packing winds of 65 miles an hour. Katia is expected to strengthen into a […]

Read more ›
Xtra UFO Headlines 31/08/2011

Xtra UFO Headlines 31/08/2011

…..

Read more ›
Paranormal entertainment show to visit Telford

Paranormal entertainment show to visit Telford

The UK’s first ever interactive paranormal show comes to Telford on October 20 in its nationwide quest to prove there really is life after death. “Psychic & Science” is a ground breaking and innovative show which invites members of the audience on stage to take part in heart stopping experiments, including live séances, Ouija board and table tipping. The show […]

Read more ›
Strange RF Signal Picked Up By Radio Telescopes In California From Elenin

Strange RF Signal Picked Up By Radio Telescopes In California From Elenin

Strange RF signal is picked up by radio telescopes in California from Elenin. For several days, has been analyzing radio signals picked up by the USC California Radio Telescope. The signal comes from the transit area of “Elenin” and coincides with the observation G pulse, which also are being analyzed by independent experts. The pulses are equally amazing. In various […]

Read more ›
The Reincarnation Of A 60,000 Year Old Alien

The Reincarnation Of A 60,000 Year Old Alien

By Mike Perry

Occasionally I like to think about things that many will consider as too unbelievable to be true. Some of these inevitably turn out to be absolute codswallop but, if we never think about the unbelievable, we might miss out on something that is important. Once upon a time we would have considered going to the moon, the Internet and so […]

Read more ›
Meet the 'Ghost' – the stealth ship radar can't see

Meet the 'Ghost' – the stealth ship radar can't see

Credit: Michael Eudenbach A US company has built a high-speed stealth “attack helicopter on the water” that could revolutionise navies and the shipping industry. The ship, called The Ghost, can glide on water using a layer of gas that is generated around its submerged areas at high speeds – a technology called “supercavitation”, designer Juliet Marine Systems said. The Ghost […]

Read more ›
"Dear Aliens…"

"Dear Aliens…"

Lucy Hawking, the daughter and writing partner of the physicist Stephen Hawking, is writer in residence at the Origins Project of Arizona State University and helping run a contest inviting students to write “Dear Aliens…” notes. More at: http://origins.asu.edu See also

Read more ›
New Planet May Be Among Most Earthlike-Weather Permitting

New Planet May Be Among Most Earthlike-Weather Permitting

An artist's rendering of an Earthlike alien planet. Illustration credit: L. Calçada, ESO A new found about 36 light-years away could be one of the most Earthlike worlds yet-if it has enough , a new study says. The unpoetically named HD85512b was discovered orbiting an orange dwarf star in the constellation Vela. Astronomers found the planet using the European Southern […]

Read more ›

Hollywood's take on the 9/11 attacks

A film looking back at the struggles of five individuals who were traumatised by the terror attacks of 9/11 starts showing in New York on Wednesday.

Read more ›
A Glimpse of the Era of 2012

A Glimpse of the Era of 2012

By Chris Holly

I am sitting here writing today by way of my generator and the fact my cable service has been restored. I have no power. My entire area has no electric power. I live on Long Island New York and am just starting now to recover from Hurricane Irene. This was a storm unlike others we have encountered on Long Island. […]

Read more ›