A mystery sea creature spotted in the Mersey has experts baffled. The “monster” was snapped off Seacombe Ferry at 9am yesterday by photographer Mark Harrison. Paul Renolds, from the Blue Planet Aquarium, who studied the photos, said: “It is virtually impossible to actually identify, but this is the time of year when large numbers of basking sharks, the second largest […]Read more ›
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walesdirectory.co.uk Wales is about the size of New Jersey, and lies just a couple of hundred miles west of here. The Welsh people cherish ancient traditions – not all of them wholesome. It is said there were once human sacrifices performed there by the Druids – sun-worshipping pagan priests of old. These days Wales has its own government, its own […]Read more ›
It seems eBay and PayPal’s loss was Google’s gain when two of their top dogs switched companies. Google and its executives Osama Bedier and Stephanie Tilenius have sensationally been sued for allegedly stealing trade secrets related to mobile payment systems. Auction website EBay and its online payment unit PayPal filed the lawsuit in California on Thursday as Google launched its […]Read more ›
By European and British regulators have just approved the design for a new rocketplane called the Skylon. And the super-sci-fi-looking craft could be a successor to the space shuttle. The liquid hydrogen and oxygen Sabre engines would make space flight possible. They function similarly to the engines of the current space shuttle. As Fast Company explains, the Sabre engines “also […]Read more ›
Credit:Tony Carton Dr. Todd Gephart and wife, Irene, held a group of nearly 70 paranormal enthusiasts spellbound Saturday afternoon at the Apple River Fort Interpretive Center in Elizabeth. They shared stories of unexplained orbs, shadows and things that go bump in broad daylight.url="http://www.thonline.com/article.cfm?id=322623"]More[/urlRead more ›
Water may be as plentiful in the moon's interior as the Earth's, a study of Apollo mission lunar rocks has revealed. Trapped water was found in tiny volcanic glass beads returned to Earth in 1972 by the final manned mission to the moon, Apollo 17. Analysis of the samples suggests there could be 100 times more water in the lunar […]Read more ›
With her steering jammed and her speed slashed by torpedo attacks, the Bismarck and her crew of 2,200 were a sitting duck for the Royal Navy. And in two hours the German battleship was a helpless wreck of twisted metal, raging fires and dead and dying crew. But the ship’s agony was not over. After the bombardment by British battleships, […]Read more ›