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Images: Volcanic Eruption

Apr 13, 2009

Augustine Volcano in Alaska has been in a continuous state of eruption since Saturday producing large rock and ash emissions. For a visual report, check out a page of dramatic photos provided by the Alaska Volcano Observatory.

Pacific Ocean Face

Apr 13, 2009

Art Bell's first hour guest, researcher Lloyd Stewart Carpenter, is known for his discovery of what appears to be a huge face on the floor of the Pacific Ocean (pictured). According to Carpenter, the geographical features that form the face cover half of...

Fortune Cookies

Apr 13, 2009

According to San Francisco Chinatown and contrary to popular belief, fortune cookies are a U.S. invention (in China they're advertised as "Genuine American Fortune Cookies"). Some historians trace the dessert's inspiration to a 14th century revolt, in...

Bigfoot in Malaysia

Apr 13, 2009

The hunt for Bigfoot in Malaysia is intensifying, as the state of Johor announced they will organize an official search team, BBC News reported today. Meanwhile, the Cryptomundo blog traces the "media madness" that has been developing around this story.

The Medium Experiment

Medium Mary Occhino took part in a 2002 experiment with Gary Schwartz, in which she gave a reading long distance to an unknown sitter. The sitter, it turns out was the well known author Deepak Chopra, and Occhino and two other mediums offered substantial...

Sunspot 848

Apr 13, 2009

Gary Palmer recently photographed the huge Sunspot 848 through the limbs of a tree. Though 848 hasn't had any major eruptions yet, it stretches some 70,000 miles across. For more, visit Spaceweather.com.

The Living House

Apr 13, 2009

An MIT architect and his associates have proposed growing a home from living trees. The 'Fab Tree Hab' is based on an gardening method called pleaching, in which tree branches are woven together to form archways, lattices or screens. Using this process to...

'Creature' Phone Video

The following video, recently posted on the Spanish-language site Ikerjimenez.com, was allegedly taken on a cell phone and handed over to the Mexican authorities. It shows two boys playing soccer in an alley. When the ball goes astray, one of the boys...

Strange Bedfellows

Apr 13, 2009

Originally given as a live snack for a rat snake named Aochan, a dwarf hamster called Gohan (after a tasty Japanese rice dish) has instead become best friends with the serpent. The two share a cardboard box together at Tokyo's Mutsugoro Okoku zoo. "I've...

Alex Jones Media

Apr 13, 2009

Alex Jones has provided us with the following material to accompany his presentation: Photos: Inside the Bohemian Grove Articles: The Re-Infiltration of Bohemian Grove, Control Grid: The Prison Without Bars. Video Clip: The Order of Death.

Visions of Stardust

Apr 13, 2009

Pictured (click for full image) is digital artist Dana Augustine's work titled We are Stardust.

Return of 'Stardust'

Apr 13, 2009

NASA's Stardust mission successfullyreturned to Earth with its capsule (carrying cometary and interstellar particles) landing in Utah on January 15th (pictured). For more, view a video report from BBC News, or visit NASA's Stardust site.

Stardust Returns!

Apr 13, 2009

A capsule containing particles of interstellar dust gathered from around a comet is set to land early Sunday morning on a military base near Salt Lake City, and will be visible for residents of the northwestern United States. Scientists believe the...

'13' Superstitions

Apr 13, 2009

In the second half-hour, Author Nathaniel Lachenmeyer discussed beliefs and superstitions about the number 13. According to Lachenmeyer, the origin of 13 as an unlucky number can be traced back to the Last Supper, when Jesus dined with his 12 disciples...

Afraid of 13?

Apr 13, 2009

According to an article from The Cincinnati Enquirer, irrational fear of 13 is the nation's favorite superstition. It is estimated that fear of 13 costs the U.S. $1 billion a year in reduced business, absenteeism and travel cancellations. The column also...

Escamilla Images

Apr 13, 2009

We received two images from Jose Escamilla as part of his presentation tonight. You can also view a slideshow of RODS stills that were submitted to his website from all around the world (requires Flash player).

David Adair: More Info

Apr 13, 2009

Though rocket scientist David Adair's web page is no longer active, greatdreams.com offers material originally posted on his site. Also online is Robert Stanley's 2002 interview with Adair from Nexus Magazine.

In Memoriam: Ramona Bell

Apr 13, 2009

Art Bell's beloved wife of fifteen years, Ramona, died unexpectedly last night after an asthma attack. At present, the exact cause of Mrs. Bell's death has not been determined. It apparently took place during her sleep. Until her death, Art and Ramona...

Wacky Warning Labels

Apr 13, 2009

The winner of the 9th annual Wacky Warning Label Contest, as conducted by consumer watchdog group M-LAW, is a heat gun and paint remover that produces temperatures of 1,000 degrees and warns users, "Do not use this tool as a hair dryer." Other wacky...

Bigfoot Sketch

Apr 13, 2009

The New Straits Times has posted a drawing of the Malaysian Bigfoot or hairy man-ape. Recent sightings of the creature have drawn international attention. Over at the Cyrptomundo.com blog, Loren Coleman offers an analysis of the image.

800-lb Butter Sculpture

Apr 13, 2009

A sculpture made from more than 800 pounds of butter is on display at the Pennsylvania farm show complex. The creamy carving shows an old milk delivery wagon pulled by a horse, with two people unloading a modern vending machine. View photos at WGAL.com.

Keith Morgan Material

Apr 13, 2009

Keith Morgan has supplied us with an animation and several images to accompany his presentation tonight. Click here to view.

Spirit Guide: Francine

Sylvia Browne has long talked about her spirit guide, Francine who gives her information from the other side. She first began receiving visitations from her when she was only eight years old and her parents initially thought Francine was just an imaginary...

Spaceport in New Mexico

Apr 13, 2009

Pictured is an artist's conception of a spaceport planned in New Mexico for Richard Branson's new endeavor, Virgin Galactic. Construction of the project, which will feature a giant eye looking up to the sky, is set to start in 2007 and it's estimated...

Last Night

Scientist Robert Lanza discussed his theory of 'Biocentrism' and the nature of the universe. Followed by Anthony Hamilton on mind travel techniques.

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