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Druidry  Officially Recognised As A Religion

Druidry Officially Recognised As A Religion

Druids have been officially recognised as members of a religion under charity law, giving it equal status to mainstream religions like Christianity. The Charity Commission has granted the Druid Network charitable status, meaning it is also now eligible for tax breaks. The commission said druidry, which dates back thousands of years, has a coherent and serious set of beliefs and […]

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World's oldest known  twins turn 100 in Belgium

World's oldest known twins turn 100 in Belgium

Belgian sisters Gabrielle Vaudremer and Marie Hendrix turned 100 years old on Saturday, celebrating with champagne, cake and a song from their family to claim the title of the world's oldest known twins. The pair received a shawl from the municipality and flowers from the Chateau Sous-Bois retirement home where they live as they marked their birthday with around 200 […]

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Dinosaurs taller than  thought: study

Dinosaurs taller than thought: study

Some dinosaurs may have been at least 10 percent taller than previously thought, US paleontologists said in a study that found the creatures had large amounts of cartilage. The dinosaurs had thick layers of cartilage in their joints that may have added more than a foot (30 centimeters) to their height, according to researchers at the University of Missouri (MU) […]

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A world first as boy,  15, given a permanent robot heart

A world first as boy, 15, given a permanent robot heart

A boy of 15 has become the first child in the world to be given a permanent artificial heart. The unnamed Italian boy had the ten-hour operation last week and was said to be well and talking in intensive care last night. As he has the muscle-wasting illness Duchenne’s syndrome, he was ineligible for a heart transplant. He was close […]

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US may issue travel warning for Americans in Europe

US may issue travel warning for Americans in Europe

The US government is considering warning its citizens to stay away from crowded places in Europe because of the threat of an al-Qaeda commando-style attack, the BBC has learned. US and UK officials have confirmed that updated guidance may be issued because of the current terror threat. A UK official said the travel advisory would not be country-specific. It would […]

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UFO Conference-Pennsylvania leads the Nation in UFO Sightings

LAST CHANCE TO PURCHASE ADVANCED TICKETS Contact information: John Ventre 724 836 1266 email: jventre1@comcast.net johnventre.com or mufonpa.com “UFO's. . . Seeing is Believing”. The Pennsylvania Mutual UFO Network will present its 3rd Annual UFO Conferences on Saturday, October 9th, 2010, from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Sheraton Hotel, 400 Oxford Valley Road, Langehorne, PA 19047; and on […]

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U.S. Lab Simulates the Awesome Power of Galactic Mergers

U.S. Lab Simulates the Awesome Power of Galactic Mergers

Simulation The scales are mind-boggling and the physics is cutting edge, so how do you go about simulating the collision of two galactic clusters? Using some of the most powerful computers in the world, researchers at Argonne National Laboratory near Chicago Ill. have done just that. A galactic cluster is a group of galaxies held together under their mutual gravity. […]

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UFO – not this time!   by  Pat Regan

UFO – not this time! by Pat Regan

Spotting the logical explanation Fallstreak Holes or Punch Hole Cloud effects UFO research is a fascinating process. However, one has to be quick at times to identify phenomena that are of know and rational origin. One such phenomenon, that most people will possibly never experience, is the Fallstreak Hole or Punch Hole Cloud. It is supposed that a disturbance in […]

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Photographer captures the moment a passenger plane flies across the Moon

Photographer captures the moment a passenger plane flies across the Moon

How's this for a moon shot? Photographer Christopher Tomas managed to snap a passenger plane as it crossed the moon. The technically tricky image was taken on the Blackbutt range in Queensland, Australia where he lives. He observed the airplane flying overhead for months before he managed to get his shot on September 16. This image has to be seen […]

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Facebook suppresses ET/UFO disclosure

With the premiere of a blockbuster movie The Social Network (Tagline: “You don't get to 500 million friends without making a few enemies”), social network website Facebook.com – whose approximately 517,760,460 current members now total 7.6 % of the human race – has become the online emblem of virtual society in first decade of the 21st century. Facebook.com has, by […]

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