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Sam's Strange Encounters With Flying Unknowns

Sam's Strange Encounters With Flying Unknowns

By Chris Holly

image by Ed Fleming Sam's Strange Encounters With Flying Unknowns – Could He Be Another Abductee? One day while working in my office I received a telephone call from a man named Sam. Sam was a very nice well spoken man who told me he was not great at typing and knew it would take him hours to compile an […]

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Look for the mines!

Look for the mines!

Scientists have spent 50 years sending radio signals deep into space in an attempt to establish contact with extra-terrestrials. But it now appears there might be a much simpler way of finding alien life – we should look for signs of mining in asteroid belts. Mining should be easy to spot because it would create lots of dust due to […]

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Bodies of victims of Air France flight 447 finally found

Bodies of victims of Air France flight 447 finally found

The bodies of some of the 228 victims of the worst air crash in Air France’s history have been found some two-and-a-half miles below the Atlantic Ocean. Macabre images of the underwater tomb, which includes British and Irish victims, have been grabbed by submarines equipped with robot-controlled cameras. As investigators released some of the images in Paris, they said they […]

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Xtra UFO Headlines 04/04/2011

Xtra UFO Headlines 04/04/2011

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Russia Honors First Man in Space With Rocket Launch

Russia Honors First Man in Space With Rocket Launch

NASA astronaut Ron Garan poses in front of the booster for the “Yuri Gagarin” Soyuz spacecraft that will carry him and two Russian cosmonauts to the International Space Station. CREDIT: NASA Fifty years ago this month, cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human ever to fly in space. And he's about to go back – if in name only. Today […]

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Jimmy Carter's 37 Answers on UFOs

Jimmy Carter's 37 Answers on UFOs

Answers are something we're always looking for in the UFO phenomenon. Throughout all the strangeness we are always convinced that there is some answer somewhere that will make sense of it all. And despite its strangeness – or perhaps because of it – we are led ever further away from the mainstream way of thinking and accept the possibility that […]

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5.7-magnitude earthquake rocks India-Nepal border

A moderate 5.7-magnitude earthquake has shaken the Nepal-India border region with tremors felt as far away as the Indian capital of New Delhi. The epicentre of the quake was in the border region between Nepal and India, a seismologist at the Indian Meteorological Department said.

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Where Will NASA's Space Shuttles Retire?

Where Will NASA's Space Shuttles Retire?

Display concepts for retired space shuttles. Top row, from left to right: Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Florida; Adler Planetarium, Chicago, Ill.; Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, New York. Middle row: National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio; National Air and Space Museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Va.; Tulsa Air and Space Museum, Oklahoma. Bottom row: […]

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Yuri Gagarin's Klushino: Forgotten home of space legend

Yuri Gagarin's Klushino: Forgotten home of space legend

By When Yuri Gagarin became the first person to travel in space on 12 April 1961, millions of people marvelled. But one teenager, gazing at the endless sky from a window of a Russian school, was petrified. It was Yuri's niece, Tamara Filatova, who was 14 at the time. “I was worried sick for him,” she says, sitting at the […]

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Millions caught in e-mail breach

Millions caught in e-mail breach

Millions of live e-mail addresses are thought to have been stolen in an attack on US marketing firm Epsilon. It handles customer communications for many household names and sends more than 40 billion e-mails annually. Epsilon has more than 2,500 clients including Best Buy, TiVo, Walgreens, Capital One, JP Morgan and Citigroup. Many Epsilon clients have contacted customers warning that […]

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