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Quake rattles region near nuclear plant

A 5.9 MAGNITUDE earthquake has rattled Japan's Ibaraki Prefecture south of the stricken Fukushima No 1 nuclear plant. The US Geological Survey said no tsunami warning was issued. The quake shook buildings in Tokyo but no damage was immediately reported, public broadcaster NHK said, adding that flights at the capital's Narita Airport were briefly suspended for safety checks before resuming. […]

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Latest UFO Sighting Cusco, Peru

Latest UFO Sighting Cusco, Peru

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Jinmenken- The human-faced dogs of Japan.

Jinmenken- The human-faced dogs of Japan.

Japan is home to a great many strange folkloric creatures as well as cryptids, and it is often difficult to ascertain just where myth ends and a possible real creature begins. The folklore of Japan brims with fantastical creatures wielding magical powers, and known species are not exempt from this. Like in many societies with rich folkloric traditions, even known […]

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Revealed: How the Elephant Man died

Revealed: How the Elephant Man died

The death of Joseph Merrick was tragic and poignant. The grotesquely large head of the so-called Elephant Man – subject of the 1980 film starring John Hurt – was so heavy he risked dying from suffocation if he slept lying down and so he would go to sleep sitting up with his legs drawn up and his head resting on […]

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Hundreds evacuated as Indonesian volcano erupts

Indonesia has evacuated hundreds of people living near Mount Karangetang off northern Sulawesi island after a red alert was issued Saturday following its eruption. Nearly 600 people live in three villages 4km from the volcano's western peak, from which lava continues to spew as it disgorges heat clouds, government volcanologist Kristianto told AFP. “The process to evacuate 582 villagers has […]

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No Link Between 'Super Moon' and Earthquakes

No Link Between 'Super Moon' and Earthquakes

NASA Tonight's rare lunar occurrence, when Earth's natural satellite is only a mere 356,575 kilometers out in orbit, brings the moon to its closest position to Earth. This phenomenon of extreme proximity, known as 'maximal perigee,' only occurs once every 18 years. In addition to appearing to be uncommonly big to stargazers, the moon will also be in its full […]

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Saturn's UFO moons

Saturn's UFO moons

They look more like flying-saucers than icy moons, but Pan and Atlas are two of Saturn's strangest satellites. Scientists have long been puzzled by how the oddly-shaped moons, which are only 20miles across, came to be. Researchers based at the European Space Agency now think they have some answers after studying several years worth of cosmic images. They realised that […]

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Monsters of the deep

Monsters of the deep

Many would assume that the icy depths of the sea off the northwestern coast on Russia would have little to offer nature photographers. But one man has braved the freezing elements to capture the beautiful monsters of the deep who display a surprising variety of colourful speices.. Marine biologist Alexander Semenov spent two years in the hostile environment at the […]

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NASA Pluto Probe Passes Orbit of Uranus

NASA Pluto Probe Passes Orbit of Uranus

CREDIT: SwRI (Dan Durda)/JHUAPL(Ken Moscati) A NASA probe speeding toward the distant dwarf planet Pluto hit a major checkpoint today (March 19) when it crossed the orbit of Uranus. NASA's New Horizons spacecraft encountered Uranus' orbit today at 6 p.m. EDT (2200 GMT) while flying 1.8 billion miles (2.9 billion kilometers) from Earth. “New Horizons is all about delayed gratification, […]

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Flight to Mars  (1951)

Flight to Mars (1951)

FLIGHT TO MARS, starring Cameron Mitchell, Marguerite Chapman and Arthur Franz. Following the lead of the Oscar-winning DESTINATION MOON and ROCKET SHIP X-M, producer Walter Mirisch offered this “B” grade science-fiction pulp adventure about an expedition to Mars that encounters a dying, advanced civilization living underground on the red planet

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