Report by Alejandro Rojas It has been over three weeks since a UFO scare shut down Xiaoshan airport in Hangzhou, China for over an hour on July 7th. Although the incident has made international news headlines, there is still no official response from authorities in China. The airport spokesman had little information for the reporters soon after the event, however […]Read more ›
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Jesus may not have died nailed to the cross because there is no evidence that the Romans crucified prisoners two thousand years ago, a scholar has claimed. The legend of his execution is based on the traditions of the Christian church and artistic illustrations rather than antique texts, according to theologian Gunnar Samuelsson. He claims the Bible has been misinterpreted […]Read more ›
One of the International Space Station’s two cooling loops shut down Saturday night, prompting NASA to power down backup equipment for several key systems. The six people currently stationed on the orbital outpost are not in any danger, but NASA will need to take some action soon to restore redundancy. “This is not something we want to linger over,” said […]Read more ›
It was late afternoon, Saturday, May 22, 2010. We were on the outskirts of Clifton, Tennessee, a sleepy little river town located on the shores of the Tennessee River. We were investigating a couple of small houses that were just a short distance from each other. Apparent paranormal activity had been reported at both homes. I had noticed that my […]Read more ›
Note the unidentified dark object seemingly close behind the jet on the left Many UFO accounts tell of clandestine official wash washes/cover ups and a compromise with potential air safety issues. Most of these tales are buried, or at least never reported properly. The following story is just one example of authoritarian apathy. Was the following a near miss for […]Read more ›
Researchers at IBM have revealed they are working on technology which will lead to consumers being shown tailor made adverts that reflect their personal interests. Digital advertising screens are already appearing in train stations, on bus stops and on the sides of buildings, but currently they only show generic adverts for a handful of products. The new advertising hoardings will […]Read more ›