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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

The ABCs of skepticism
A Poem Beyond Belief by Phil Plait.
--Bad Astronomy

Sydney summers by 2060 could be deadly
Global warming, drier weather and smog will make Australia's lifestyle capital a health hazard.

Lights in Sky Prompt Flood of Calls In Md., Va.
The National Weather Service said there is no evidence of any naturally occurring phenomenon to explain bright lights.

New theory for largest known mass extinction
Extinction could have been triggered by gas emissions of giant salt lakes.

UFO Investigator Finds Mystery at CO Springs Park
UFO investigator Chuck Zukowski documents the unexplainable. --Colorado Springs Gazette

Monday, March 30, 2009

Volunteers flock to space experiment
Six volunteers will live in cramped metal containers. --BBC News

Giant ice flows bolster case for volcanoes on Titan
Slushy water from a hidden ocean may be pooling onto the icy surface of Saturn's moon Titan.
--New Scientist

Kept 30 years, supposed UFO piece now 'for sale'
A mysterious white-hot object that fell in Ohio fuels speculation. --Middletown Journal

Two more cows found mutilated
Trinidad and Walsenburg ranchers find dead cow, calf. --Pueblo Chieftan

Kusshi: The Mystery of Lake Kussharo
An unknown creature has long been sighted in Lake Kussharo, in the northern island of Hokkaido, Japan. --Cryptomundo

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Chinese computer espionage network uncovered
A study reveals the network GhostNet had invaded 1,295 computers in 103 countries. --The Observer

Scientists Map the Brain, Gene by Gene
The Allen Brain Atlas seeks to describe the brain at the level of specific genes and individual neurons.

Loch Ness Monster Obsession Lives On
Photos, video and sonar have picked up unusual shapes and movements in Loch Ness.
--Good Morning America

Headmaster: No Vampires At Our School
A school administrator wants to set the record straight: There are no vampires at Boston Latin.

Astronomy: The rock that fell to Earth
Researchers document a cosmic impact from start to finish for the first time. --Nature

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Five inventions that will change your life
A look at five inventions in development at some of the most cutting-edge research labs in the U.S. --FOX News

Pair disturbed by unexplained noises in night
Accounts of supernatural activity have been reported at Hooker hut on New Zealand's Mt Cook.

Dogs (not chimps) most like humans
Man's best friend serves as model for understanding human social behavior. --Discovery Channel

Russian bigfoot expedition postponed
The expedition that went looking for bigfoots in a cave in Siberia has so far been fruitless.

Doctor in mid-surgery heart scare
An Italian surgeon finished a brain operation on a patient - despite suffering a heart attack. --BBC News

Friday, March 27, 2009

Ice that burns could be a green fossil fuel
Natural gas locked up in water crystals could be a source of enormous amounts of energy. --New Scientist

Mars domes may be 'mud volcanoes'
The structures could be the best place to search for life.
--BBC News

Ghosts in the Machine - with picture slideshow
Richard Wiseman launched an online investigation into the photographic evidence for ghosts earlier this month.
--The Scotsman

Victorian 'ghost' picked up by Google Street View
A ghostly figure dressed in Victorian clothes was filmed before vanishing into thin air. --The Telegraph

Florida UFO reports on the rise
Florida witnesses reported nine UFO incidents over 12 days.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Deja vu: Where fact meets fantasy
The feeling that history is repeating itself is one of the weirdest sensations a human can have.
--New Scientist

O'Hare UFO video surfaces on Youtube
MUFON director has questioned the footage.

You Pay, Computer Prays For You
A look at the intersection between religion and technology.

Artificial Genetics
New type of DNA has 12 chemical letters instead of usual 4. --Science Daily

Briny pools 'may exist on Mars'
Pools of salty water might be able to exist just below the surface of Mars. --BBC News

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Pancake ice takes over the Arctic
Researchers work to put changing ice types into climate models. --Nature

Unsung scientist who invented the 'death ray'
Harry Grindell Matthews was an eccentric British inventor and the genius behind a real-life laser-gun. --Daily Mail

At MIT's AgeLab growing old is the new frontier
Researchers seek to understand the needs of the aging. --Boston Globe

Sea Serpents Likely to be Discovered
A team of scientists have concluded that three new unusual species might await discovery. --Cryptomundo

Sleep Paralysis & Supernatural Assault
Audio interview with filmmakers Andrew Barnes & Paul Taitt. --Binnall of America

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Space storm alert: 90 seconds from catastrophe
A fierce solar storm could lead to a global disaster. --New Scientist

UFO files: USAF pilot's death explained
The death was not the result of a UFO encounter but a 'tragic' accident. --The Telegraph

Horror film draws unwanted visitors to Conn. house
Fans are making a beeline for the Southington home that inspired upcoming movie. --AP

Expedition sets off to check Bigfoot sightings
Two-day expedition will take scientists to a cave in Siberia.

New watch 'tells the future'
Swiss watch-makers have teamed up with Indian fortune tellers. --Ananova

Monday, March 23, 2009

Newly Restored "Picture of the Century"
NASA program, aimed at refurbishing lunar images, cleans up famous Copernicus picture. --Moon Views

UFO files: photographs of 'UFO next to RAF jet'
Recently released Ministry of Defense files detail internal furor over photographed objects.

10 Ideas Changing the World
Transforming the suburbs, moving businesses to Africa, and "biobanks" are just some of the emerging new trends in today's world. --TIME

Liquid saltwater is likely present on Mars
Analysis of water, pictured on the Mars Rover's leg, indicates important ecological building block.

Trunkless Dinos
Loren Coleman looks at the debate over whether or not dinosaurs had trunks. --Cryptomundo

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Smart-grid hackers could cause blackouts
Tests show that a hacker can cause a major blackout after breaking into a smart-grid system.
--CNET News

Trapped under ice
Nature talks to the team behind a risky mission to map the underside of an Antarctic glacier. --Nature

Finding Twin Earths Is Harder Than Thought
Does a twin Earth exist somewhere in our galaxy? If so, will that planet be habitable? --ScienceDaily

Mysterious Boom Rattles CRSA
A resounding boom rattled residents of Georgia-Carolina (with video report). --WJBF-TV

Three UFO low fly reports over IN, CA, VT
Three low flying UFOs were spotted over Indiana, California and Vermont on March 19th.
--UFO Examiner

Saturday, March 21, 2009

The human brain is 'on the edge of chaos'
The human brain functions at a critical point between order and randomness, new study says.

Pink elephant is caught on camera
A pink baby elephant has been caught on camera in Botswana (with photo). --BBC News

The man they could not hang
Supernatural tales surround John 'Babbacombe' Lee, who survived three attempts at hanging.
--South Devon Herald Express

World's lightest material made into muscle
Material, when electrified, instantly and powerfully contracts. --Discovery Channel

Motorist blames GPS for trip down tracks
A motorist who drove along 20ft of a railway line told police officers his sat nav had directed him to turn on to the track. --Telegraph

Friday, March 20, 2009

Shortages will create 'perfect storm'
Growing populations, falling energy sources and food shortages will create the "perfect storm" by 2030, says scientist. --The Telegraph

Egypt unveils pharaonic embalming bed
The bed was used to prepare bodies for mummification more than 3,000 years ago. --AFP

Crawling the Web to Foretell Ecosystem Collapse
Human beings can serve as sensors by mining their online communications. --Wired

The Psychology of 'Knowing'
The tendency for the human mind to find coincidences, patterns, and connections in random data is called apophenia. --LiveScience

Tsunami 'trigger' spotted on Google Earth
The software could prove a useful tool where other types of survey prove too difficult or expensive.
--New Scientist

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Military Laser Hits Battlefield Strength
Huge news for real-life ray guns.
--Danger Room

Bat Hung On For a Ride Into Space
NASA hoped the bat would fly away before the spacecraft's Sunday evening liftoff.

Man has lost finger replaced with USB drive
A computer programmer has built a special prosthetic finger to use as computer storage. --The Telegraph

NASA may send fleet of spacecraft to Venus
Two balloons, two landers, and an orbiter could be sent together to Venus. --New Scientist

Eight surprising fossil finds
Fossils reveal stories of life long past, and sometimes a story is unexpected. --MSNBC

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Fossil of 'ultimate predator' unearthed in Arctic
The remains of the huge 'Predator X' have been discovered in a remote Arctic archipelago.
--New Scientist

MRI Lie Detection to Get 1st Day in Court
Defense attorneys are for the first time submitting a controversial neurological lie-detection test as evidence in U.S. court. --Wired

Wild Green Men
Loren Coleman talks about green men, Jolly Green Giants, and Wild Men traditions. --Cryptomundo

Building the 21st-Century Mind
A professor of cognition and education reveals the five minds you need for success. --Scientific American

FBI: Comic book holds clue in D.B. Cooper case
The hijacker may have taken his name from a French comic book. --KOMO News

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

New Dinosaur Was Smaller Than Housecat
Scientists have described the smallest dinosaur in North America, and it was a carnivore. --LiveScience

Mind over body?
Can people think themselves sick? This is what psychiatrist Simon Wessely explores.
--New Scientist

Scientists aim to replicate the sun
Nuclear fusion experiments may offer the world a clean source of energy.

Lady in Blue still climbs the stairs
Morgan's Alley is rumored to be haunted by a spirit known as the Lady in Blue.

Blobs in Photos of Mars Lander Stir a Debate
Several photographs taken by NASA's Phoenix Mars spacecraft show what look like water droplets.
--NY Times

Monday, March 16, 2009

20 Things You Didn't Know About...Time
The beginning, the end, and the funny habits of our favorite ticking force. --Discover

Spin Battery
Physicist develops battery using new source of energy. --Science Daily

The Day the Sun Brought Darkness
Twenty years ago, astronomers witnessed a powerful explosion on the sun. --Astrobiology Magazine

Ten ways to save the World
Which less orthodox proposals could stave off disastrous climate change? --The Independent

Pentagon plans blimp to spy from new heights
The giant dirigible would use radar to closely and constantly monitor activity on the ground from 65,000 feet. --LA Times

Sunday, March 15, 2009

FBI Declines 2 of 3 Information Requests
FBI tells two out of three FOIA requesters that no such documents exist, study finds. --AP

Galaxies protected by mysterious dark matter
Hubble uncovers evidence of galaxies embedded in the unseen substance.

In Arctic and Antarctic, a Species Overlap
The top and bottom of the Earth share a surprising number of species in common. --Discovery News

Erasing traumatic memory possible
A group of researchers have erased brain cells in mice that store fearful memories. --Toronto Star

Moon hides scars of a violent past
Our closest neighbor has been struck by three times more asteroids than previously thought.
--New Scientist

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Cow abducted by UFO?
Rancher thinks aliens abducted cow, carved it up and then dropped it back by the river. --WBBH-TV

Finger Length Predicts Speed, Aggression, Smarts
Boys with ring fingers longer than their index fingers run faster, a new study finds. --LiveScience

Ghost debunking exercise launched by Professor
Thousands of people are posting snapshots of alleged ghosts online for an experiment at the Edinburgh Science Festival.

Scientists able to read people's minds
Brain scanner translates thoughts of participants in maze experiment. --The Independent

Sasquatch linked to mysterious footprints
A researcher in British Columbia claims to have photographic evidence that sasquatches exist.
--Prince George Citizen

Friday, March 13, 2009

Similar Videos Suggest Proof of Aliens
Both recordings show odd 'stick figures.'
--Unknown Country

Artificial life 'could be created within five years'
Laboratories across the world are closing in on a 'second genesis.' --The Telegraph

Pluto a Planet Again --in Illinois
March 13, 2009 was declared 'Pluto Day' in the State of Illinois, in honor of the date its discovery.
--National Geographic

Caravaggio was early 'photographer'
Italian artist used an early form of photography to create his masterpieces - 200 years before the invention of the camera. --BBC News

ISS Astronauts Take Shelter from Space Debris
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station took refuge inside their Russian-built Soyuz lifeboat.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Giant Stingray Could be World's Largest
In central Thailand an enormous freshwater stingray was captured, tagged and released. --EcoWorldly

Mass hysteria breaks out in central America
People have reportedly fallen ill with what is known locally as grisi siknis ('crazy sickness').
--New Scientist

Metamaterial Revolution
The new science of making anything disappear. --Discover

Human-like robot smiles, scolds in classroom
Japan's robot teacher has eerily lifelike face. --AP

Discovery Creates Mystery Into Human Origins
Analysis of elongated skulls found in Russia.
--Third Eye Concept

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Satellite Debris Falling into Atmosphere
Engineers have been watching debris from recent collision over Siberia.

'Dracula' fish shows baby teeth
Scientists have discovered a highly unusual fish with fangs made of bone. --BBC News

Missile-throwing chimp plots attacks on tourists
A chimp deliberately fashions discs of concrete to later hurl at zoo visitors. --New Scientist

10 Best Uses for RFID Tags
List includes Saguaro cacti and surgical sponges. --Wired Magazine

Strangest Beasts Ever to Die
More than 99 percent of all species that have lived on Earth are now extinct. --Discovery

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Skeptics Dispute Climate Worries and Each Other
The International Conference on Climate Change brings together political figures, conservative campaigners, scientists, & an Apollo astronaut. --NY Times

Believers hunt UFO at annual meeting
The recent International UFO Congress Convention & Film Festival has brought together the extraterrestrially curious for 18 years. --AP

Belief and the brain's 'God spot'
Scientists say they have located the parts of the brain that control religious faith. --The Independent

Kangaroo intruder terrorizes sleeping family
An Australian couple thought they were being attacked by an intruder when a kangaroo crashed through their bedroom window. --Reuters

Personal Experiences With 'Shadow People'
Man writes of terrifying encounter.
--Phantoms & Monsters

Monday, March 9, 2009

MUFON to receive major funding from billionaire
Bob Bigelow aims to help the Mutual UFO Network form "rapid response" teams to investigate UFO incidents. --Nashville UFO Examiner

Famed pastor predicts imminent catastrophe
David Wilkerson foresees riots and fires spreading across America's urban centers. --World Net Daily

Lost Fringe Conspiracy Occultists of Americana
Micah A. Hanks looks at some forgotten conspiracy theories and the minds behind them.
--The Gralien Report

Cannibalistic Jupiter ate its early moons
Astronomers theorize that the gaseous giant may have absorbed up to 20 moons. --New Scientist

NASA: Shuttle's Risk of Debris Strike Up 6 Percent
Remnants of the recent satellite collision raises risk of shuttle suffering a "catastrophic hit."

Sunday, March 8, 2009

'No proof' of bee killer theory
Scientists say there is no proof that a mysterious disease blamed for the deaths of billions of bees actually exists. --BBC News

'Invisibility cloak' directs light away from eye
A new metamaterial created by Rice University scientists could hide objects from human sight.
--Discovery Channel

Watchmen: The Science of Dr. Manhattan
Newsarama talks with Dr. James Kaklios, scientific adviser to Watchmen about explanations for Dr. Manhattan's powers. --Newsarama

Roswell Fireman Says It was a Flying Saucer!
A firefighter who was with the Roswell Fire Dept. talks about what crashed there in 1947.
--The UFO Iconoclast(s)

Metal Bits Self-Assemble Into Lifelike Snakes
At Argonne National Laboratory, nickel particles in a beaker are building themselves into magnetic snakes (with video). --Wired News

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Only a Dream? Maybe Not
New study explores how dreams influence day-to-day behavior. --ABC News

UFO buzzes town, many stunned witnesses
Media in the Czech Republic is widely reporting a series of UFO sightings that occurred last month (with photo).
--All News Web

Woman Finds Bone in M&M's
J. Paulette Potts of Atlanta claims to have found a bone while eating M&M's candy. --CafeTerra

Baby Olympian? DNA test screens sports ability
But some worry about mental toll the results of at-home test may bring. --MSNBC

'Vampire' discovered in mass grave
A skeleton exhumed from a Venice grave is being claimed as the first example of the "vampires" widely referred to in contemporary documents. --New Scientist

Friday, March 6, 2009

Mysterious noise shakes Orange County
Local authorities were swamped with phone calls from anxious residents. --KABC-TV

Meet the bionic reporter
Rob Spence is planning to have a camera embedded in his eye socket. --BBC News

Invisibility cloak closer to reality
Scientists have made huge strides in the past few years in the rapidly developing field of cloaking.

Otzi the prehistoric iceman goes online
Site users can virtually tour his body. --Daily Mail

Shocking cancer treatment may also yield weapon
A technique thought to be a promising cancer treatment is also being investigated as the basis for a Taser-like weapon. --New Scientist

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Bionic eye gives blind man sight
A man who lost his sight 30 years ago says he can now see flashes of light. --BBC News

Howard Menger Passes
Famed UFO contactee Howard Menger died at his Florida home on February 25th. --UFO Mystic

Two black holes spiraling towards collision
A galaxy merger has sent two supermassive black holes on a collision course. --Ars Technica

China's artificially-induced snow closes highways
Heavy snow brought on after seeding clouds with chemicals. au

This Cat Is Pretty Ugly... Seriously
Pet cat has gnarly locks but the rest of his skin is bald and rubbery.

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

The headset that will mimic all five senses
A virtual reality helmet recreates the sights, smells, sounds and even tastes of far-flung holiday destinations. --Daily Mail

Ancient supernovae may be recorded in ice
An Antarctic ice core shows what may be the chemical traces of supernovae that exploded a thousand years ago. --New Scientist

Italian doctor says he has cloned three babies
A controversial Italian doctor known said he cloned three babies who are now living in eastern Europe. --AFP

New Saturn Moon Photo
Tiny gem found in outer ring.
--National Geographic News

Aussie cobbles together Get Smart shoe phone
An Australian computer scientist has developed a mobile phone housed in a shoe. --Sydney Morning Herald

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Mars had 'recent' running water
Images from a NASA spacecraft orbiting the Red Planet show fan-shaped gullies on the surface. --BBC News

The True Story Behind Push
You think government-trained psychic spies are a bunch of hooey? Col. John Alexander would like to politely disagree. --Maxim

Dial H for Happiness
How neuroengineering may change your brain. --Wired

Man pulled car by eyelids
A Chinese man pulled a car by a rope attached only to his eyelids for more than five metres. --Ananova

Two-headed turtle
The remarkable pet can eat with both heads at the same time. --Ananova

Monday, March 2, 2009

Earth Critters Hitch Ride to Martian Moon and Back
A Russian spacecraft to Phobos will carry critters and microbes. --Discovery News

Solar calendar secret revealed in Suffolk church
This year's spring equinox will shed light on a religious statue. --EDP24

Explorers begin epic Arctic trek
A British team has begun a gruelling trek to the North Pole to discover how quickly the Arctic sea-ice is melting. --BBC News

A Sketchy Brain Booster: Doodling
Asked to remember names they'd heard on a recording, people who doodled while listening had better recall. --Wired

UFOs witnessed over four states
A silent V-shaped craft moved across CO skies near Boulder on Feb. 28.

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Radio chip coming soon to your driver's license?
Homeland Security seeks next-generation REAL ID.

Parrots teach man to speak again
A man who lost his power of speech in an accident has been taught to speak again by parrots.

Market gloom can be self-fulfilling prophecy
"Recency" causes people to look to the recent past to guide their future course of action.
--Globe and Mail

Police hunt radioactive man on the run
Police are hunting down a man whose medical treatment has made him radioactive.

David Attenborough: Yetis real
Wildlife expert David Attenborough says he believes there is "very convincing" evidence Yetis exist.
--The Sun

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