It looks like just a pile of old rocks in outback Australia. But the way they are laid out suggests that ancient Aboriginal tribes were the world's first astronomers. Scientists are ecstatic following the discovery of the carefully arranged rocks, discovered on a farm near Mount Rothwell, 50 miles west of Melbourne. For they are convinced the large stones have […]Read more ›
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Creators of a fake dating site have taken personal information from 250,000 Facebook profiles – and reproduced it without the knowledge of the members of the popular social networking site. Lovely-faces.com uses the names and photos of Facebook members and then gives users the option to 'arrange a date' with the unsuspecting volunteers – which leads them to the original […]Read more ›
A glowing round object making a speedy descent near the West Bengal-Bihar border early on January 26 left pilots of five aircraft baffled, triggering widespread speculation about unidentified flying objects (UFOs). The first person to sight the object was a senior Air India pilot who was navigating the aircraft at a height of 34,000 ft during its flight from Kolkata […]Read more ›
The original pool of internet addresses has officially run dry. The last five blocks of the IP Version 4 addresses have been handed over to the regional bodies that distribute them. Those five blocks, called /8s and which contain 16 million addresses each, are expected to be completely depleted by September 2011. The move to the new addressing scheme, IP […]Read more ›
Photo: Bryan Schnitzer Report by Robin Leach Security guards on night duty at Madame Tussauds at The Venetian have reported unexplained and paranormal happenings, so it’s fertile ground for Zak Bagans and his show Ghost Adventures. Tonight at 11, Las Vegas native Zak and his crew will be locked inside with their night vision cameras and infrared monitoring equipment. Zak […]Read more ›