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Clues to Child Sacrifices Found in Inca Building

Clues to Child Sacrifices Found in Inca Building

The remains of sacrificed children suggest they were escorted from distant parts of the Inca realm.The remains of seven children apparently killed in a ritual and buried beneath a 500- to 600-year-old building in Peru's Cuzco Valley have given scientists new glimpses of the sketchily understood Inca practice of sacrificing select children in elaborate ceremonies. The children were buried at […]

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Saturn's aurora captured on film

Saturn's aurora captured on film

A spectacular light show seen dancing across the atmosphere of the planet Saturn is helping scientists understand one of nature's most beautiful and mysterious phenomena on Earth – the northern lights. Astronomers have captured detailed images of the aurora on Saturn using the Cassini space probe, revealing for the first time how its intensity changes through the day. They have […]

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Fifties teen idol Eddie Fisher dies aged 82

Fifties teen idol Eddie Fisher dies aged 82

Singer Eddie Fisher, a teen idol in the 1950s who sparked an international scandal when he left his wife Debbie Reynolds for Elizabeth Taylor, has died at the age of 82. In the early Fifties his singing and good looks helped him to sell millions of records with songs like 'Thinking of You' and 'Oh! My Pa-Pa', before rock 'n' […]

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Could a UK ban on Chinese Lanterns be on the cards? by Pat Regan

Could a UK ban on Chinese Lanterns be on the cards? by Pat Regan

The press have shown much interest in the latest party craze to hit the UK – Chinese lanterns. Lanterns floating in the night’s sky have also been responsible for quite a number of false alarms about UFOs visiting us. However, a more disturbing side to lanterns was recently highlighted in the Westmoreland Gazette by reporter Daniel Orr. 4:50pm Thursday 23rd […]

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Human-powered aircraft makes aviation history

Human-powered aircraft makes aviation history

It has been the dream of engineers and eccentric inventors for centuries. And ever since Leonardo da Vinci sketched the first human-powered ornithopter in 1485, humans have tried to take to the air like birds by flapping their wings. But now a human-powered aircraft has made aviation history by becoming the first with flapping wings to fly continuously. The 'Snowbird' […]

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1.9 million-year-old fossil goes on show in Canberra

1.9 million-year-old fossil goes on show in Canberra

ONE of the most important discoveries in the field of human evolution has been unveiled in Australia for the first time. A cast of the nearly complete skeleton of Australopithecus sediba was unveiled at the Australian Academy of Science in Canberra today by one of its discoverers, Professor Paul Dirks. The species combines human-like features such as small teeth and […]

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The Day Before Disclosure Official Trailer

The Day Before Disclosure Official Trailer

This is the official trailer for the documentary The Day Before Disclosure by New Paradigm Films. The feature film will shed new light on the UFO phenomena and the ET presence, and will premiere in May 2010. See newparadigm for further information.

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Flying saucers over Flimby?

Flying saucers over Flimby?

UFO activity over Cumbria is said to be hotting up once again with reports of strange lights and mysterious objects in the sky over the county’s coastline. A research organisation into UFOs believes the recent mysterious lights could be a warning that an earthquake is about to hit the region. Helen Dunion, of Flimby, spotted two strange orange lights moving […]

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Is Teresa Lewis an unusual death row case?

Is Teresa Lewis an unusual death row case?

Virginia is due to execute a woman, the first in the US state since 1912 and the first anywhere in the country for five years. But why is the execution of a woman such a significant event? Teresa Lewis's planned execution has been publicised everywhere from the UK to Iran. Her case is unusual for three reasons. Lewis plotted with […]

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Titanic sunk by steering blunder, new book claims

Titanic sunk by steering blunder, new book claims

Photo: REX It was always thought the Titanic sank because its crew were sailing too fast and failed to see the iceberg before it was too late. But now it has been revealed they spotted it well in advance but still steamed straight into it because of a basic steering blunder. According to a new book, the ship had plenty […]

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