In Tennessee, reports recently surfaced of a gigantic crayfish that no one had ever seen before. Much to their surprise, researchers found one hiding under a rock. This crayfish is twice as big as its relatives, and there's only one other previously known species that's even remotely similar. This other species, Barbicambarus cornutus, was discovered in 1884 about 130 miles […]Read more ›
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Report By Chris Capps The moon of Phobos has long been considered a center of apprehension and speculation, perhaps making it one of the most aptly named planets ever to enter into the astronomical lexicon. Phobos was named after the god of fear, and is still the center of one of the greatest mysteries of any space program worldwide. Many […]Read more ›
IT'S the ultimate experience for Star Wars fans – staring forlornly off into the distance as twin suns sink into the horizon. Yet it's not just a figment of George Lucas's imagination – twin suns are real. And here's the big news – they could be coming to Earth. Yes, any day now we see a second sun light up […]Read more ›
PART 2 PART 3 PART 4 PART 5 BBC – Horizon – The Mystery Of The Miami Circle. July 1998, downtown Miami, Florida. Six apartment blocks have just been demolished, to allow the construction of two brand new 40-storey skyscrapers. As construction workers prepare the site, they notice a strange phenomenon in the ground – a perfectly preserved circle of […]Read more ›
Tuesday 18th January 2011. The Hollywood News is invited to visit The London Bridge Experience to celebrate the DVD release of the Joe Dante film THE HOLE (which is out now folks). Tonight, we are set to delve into the world of the paranormal and officially become ghost hunters for the evening. It’s just after six in the evening, and […]Read more ›
Peruvian Hairless Dog, a dog species native to Peru; Image: Joel Takv The world's oldest known domesticated dog from the Americas weighed about 30 pounds, lived 9,400 years ago in Texas, and wound up as some person's dinner, according to a University of Maine press release. What's left of the dog — a skull fragment and a possible foot bone […]Read more ›
Air Force/TSGT James Pearson Space shuttle astronaut extraordinaire Bob Crippen, member of the first crew and commander of three more, was poised to lead the maiden West Coast mission into polar orbit from Space Launch Complex 6 at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. Scheduled for the summer of 1986, the flight would usher in the Air Force space shuttle era, […]Read more ›