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Mediums rare by Michael Prescott

An interesting article appears in the January 2011 issue of The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease (volume 199, number 1; article available for purchase here). Written by Emily Williams Kelly, one of the principal authors of Irreducible Mind, and Dianne Arcangel, author of Afterlife Encounters, the article is entitled “an investigation of mediums who claim to give information about […]

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Do Moscow UFOs fulfill NORAD officer predictions?

Do Moscow UFOs fulfill NORAD officer predictions?

Report by Michael E. Salla, Ph.D. On December 3, 2010, the recently deceased retired NORAD officer, Stanley Fulham, predicted a major wave of UFO sightings in Moscow in early-to-mid January. This was to be followed a week later by a major UFO wave in London. Fulham’s prediction raised considerable interest given his earlier success in predicting a major UFO sighting […]

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Why Volunteer for a One-Way Mission to Mars?

Why Volunteer for a One-Way Mission to Mars?

If NASA put out the word that it was looking for volunteers to suit up for the first manned mission to Mars, the line outside Cape Canaveral might stretch from there to the moon. But what if they said it was a nine-month trip on a cramped spaceship and there was a possibility you wouldn't be coming home? Despite the […]

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JFK Documents Go Online

JFK Documents Go Online

The records of John F Kennedy’s time in office have been put onto the Internet, making up the largest online presidential archive the United States has ever seen. More than 200,000 pages of documents, audio recordings of all of Mr Kennedy's speeches, 72 reels of film and 1,500 photos are now freely available at the click of a mouse. But […]

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"Broadcast" singer, Trish Keenan dies of swine flu

"Broadcast" singer, Trish Keenan dies of swine flu

Trish Keenan, the lead singer of electronic band Broadcast, has died from pneumonia after becoming ill with the swine flu virus while touring in Australia. Ms Keenan, whose band were recently selected by Simpsons creator Matt Groening to play the All Tomorrow's Parties festival, passed away this morning, her record label has confirmed. 'It is with great sadness we announce […]

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The Case Against the Moon: Why We Shouldn't Go Straight Back

The Case Against the Moon: Why We Shouldn't Go Straight Back

NASA This story is part of a week-long SPACE.com series on what it would take for humanity to return to the moon to stay. Also coming on Friday on SPACE.com: Mining the moon. by Denise Chow, SPACE.com Staff Writer On July 21, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the moon, and in an instant, the […]

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Xtra UFO Headlines 14/01/2011

Xtra UFO Headlines 14/01/2011

UFO Darts Across Oklahoma and Arkansas Skies Speculation trumps news, as usual Is Hamilton County a UFO mecca? UFO sightings marred by communication breakdown, said Stanley Fulham Global business forum to discuss extraterrestrials …….

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The Korean version of the X-Files takes place in the 17th century

The Korean version of the X-Files takes place in the 17th century

Check out this footage from the Korean TV show Special Investigation Report, which is more commonly referred to as “Joseon X-Files.” What's it about? A pair of UFO investigators sleuthing during Korea's Joseon Dynasty.

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'Homophobic' Dire Straits  hit Money For Nothing banned from radio… 26 years after its release

'Homophobic' Dire Straits hit Money For Nothing banned from radio… 26 years after its release

It may be a classic rock song but 26 years after it was first released Dire Straits hit Money For Nothing has been banned from radio. The song was ruled too offensive for the airwaves in Canada because it contains the word 'f****t' and can now no longer be played in its original form. Any station that wants to play […]

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Pioneering Edsac computer to be built at Bletchley Park

Pioneering Edsac computer to be built at Bletchley Park

The first recognisably modern computer is to be rebuilt at the UK's former code-cracking centre Bletchley Park. The Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Calculator (Edsac) was a room-sized behemoth built at Cambridge university that first ran in 1949. Creation of the replica has been commissioned by the UK's Computer Conservation Society (CCS). The three-year re-build will be carried out before visitors […]

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