Orbital Sciences The U.S. military plans to launch a Minotaur rocket Saturday with a secret technology research mission for the National Reconnaissance Office, the government agency that oversees the country's spy satellites. The solid-fueled Orbital Sciences Corp. Minotaur 1 launcher is scheduled to lift off some time Saturday from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The launch window is a secret […]Read more ›
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MMACanada.net was on location in Montreal interviewing the current UFC welterweight champion regarding his upcoming fight. During his interview UFO appears and later on vanishes with in few second, without leave any trace. UFC Welterweight Champion and best Pound-for-Pound fighter in the World, Georges St. Pierre, revealed in the UFC Primetime show last year that his biggest fear is to […]Read more ›
Photo: TAM MACDONALD The US secretly agreed to give the Russians sensitive information on Britain’s nuclear deterrent to persuade them to sign a key treaty, The Daily Telegraph can disclose. Information about every Trident missile the US supplies to Britain will be given to Russia as part of an arms control deal signed by President Barack Obama next week. Defence […]Read more ›
Photo credit: Getty Images Israeli archaeologists unveiled on Wednesday the remnants of a newly discovered Byzantine-era church they suspect is concealing the tomb of the biblical prophet Zechariah. The church, with intricate and well-preserved mosaic floors, was discovered on the slopes of the Judaean hills at Horbat Midras, the site of a Jewish community in Roman times, southwest of Jerusalem. […]Read more ›
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 ›
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 ›