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Australian Floods

Australian Floods

The death toll from Queensland's flash flooding soared to nine today as dire warnings were given that the number of victims could rise significantly, causing thousands to pour out of the major city of Brisbane. A frightening wall of water was heading towards Australia's third largest city, which has a population of 2 million, resulting in people fleeing from the […]

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Mona Lisa landscape location mystery 'solved'

Mona Lisa landscape location mystery 'solved'

Photo: CORBIS A hidden clue in Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa identifies the exact location of the landscape which provides the background to the world's best known painting, an Italian art historian claims. Carla Glori believes that a three-arched bridge which appears over the left shoulder of the woman with the enigmatic smile is a reference to Bobbio, a village […]

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Prehistoric plonk

Prehistoric plonk

The world's oldest winery has been uncovered in a remote cave in the mountains of Armenia. A grape press, fermentation jars and even a cup and drinking bowl dating to about 6,1000 years ago were discovered by an international team of researchers. While older evidence of wine drinking has been found, this is the earliest example of complete wine production, […]

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NASA Finds Smallest Earthlike Planet Outside Solar System

NASA Finds Smallest Earthlike Planet Outside Solar System

An artist's rendering of the new rocky planet Kepler-10b. Illustration courtesy NASA Rocky world 1.4 times Earth's size is “missing link,” astronomer says. The smallest planet yet spied outside our solar system has been found orbiting a sunlike star about 560 light-years away, astronomers announced today. Known as Kepler-10b, the planet is just 1.4 times Earth's size and 4.6 times […]

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20 Million Miles to Earth (1957)

20 Million Miles to Earth (1957)

The first U.S. spaceship to Venus crash-lands off the coast of Sicily on its return trip. A dangerous, lizard-like creature comes with it and quickly grows gigantic.

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Earth Must Prepare For Close Encounter With Aliens, Say Scientists

Earth Must Prepare For Close Encounter With Aliens, Say Scientists

Photograph: Rex World governments should prepare a co-ordinated action plan in case Earth is contacted by aliens, according to scientists. Scientists argue that a branch of the UN must be given responsibility for “supra-Earth affairs” and formulate a plan for how to deal with extraterrestrials, should they appear. The comments are part of an extraterrestrial-themed edition of the Philosophical Transactions […]

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Impossible motion: magnet-like slopes

Impossible motion: magnet-like slopes

Winner of the Best Visual Illusion of the Year Contest 2010 In this video, wooden balls roll up the slopes just as if they are pulled by a magnet. The behavior of the balls seems impossible, because it is against the gravity. The video is not a computer graphic, but a real scene. What is actually happening is that the […]

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Xtra UFO Headlines 10/01/2011

Xtra UFO Headlines 10/01/2011

Warminster-The Town Haunted By Flying Saucers Are we the aliens? UFO seen over Benbrook Lake in Forth Worth UFO sighting evidence files unearthed at Brays Point …..

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Roswell: The UFO UnCoverup – Feature Length Presentation

Roswell: The UFO UnCoverup – Feature Length Presentation

UFOTV Presents .. See actual UFO crash debris tested and found to be truly extraterrestrial. The Roswell UFO crash of 1947 and the ensuing military cover-up set the stage for this explosive documentary about America's reaction to our planet's encounter with ETs. Going beyond the question “Did it really happen?”, this program counters 60 years of Air Force denials and […]

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Cumbrian man unearths Roman treasures in field near Silloth

Cumbrian man unearths Roman treasures in field near Silloth

An amateur sleuth with a metal detector has uncovered the haul of a lifetime in a Cumbrian field. John Murray, 66, was amazed to find 308 Roman coins, some thought to be nearly 2,000 years old. The hoard was concealed in a smashed pot a few feet below the ground at Beckfoot, near Silloth. It is the second major Roman […]

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