The Hubble Space Telescope has captured in stunning detail the break-up of Comet 73P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 3. The images show the comet has disintegrated into dozens of fragments, causing astronomers to wonder if it will survive its next orbit around the Sun. Read more at BBC News.
Richard C. Hoagland will be referring to the following imagery in his presentation tonight:# 1,# 2,# 3,# 4,# 5,# 6,# 7,# 8,# 9, # 10, # 11, #12
Consumer privacy expert Katherine Albrecht was our special guest in Streamlink's Live Chat on Tuesday night for an in-depth Q & A. Below are excerpts; members can view the entire transcript.kNightRider What exactly is government doing to prevent privacy violations? Who is doing it? Katherine Albrecht The government is not doing anything at all to protect us from the RFID threat. On the contrary, they are falling all over themselves to promote the industry. We just watched an RFID labeling bill go down in flames here in my home state of New Hampshire. There have been over a dozen attempts to get labeling legislation passed around the country, and all of them have been killed by the lobbyists. I have gotten quite a political education in the last several weeks. None of it pretty.Kickup Katherine, how do the grocery store ID cards relate to RFID?Katherine Albrecht The grocery store cards played a crucial role in conditioning people to allowi
In the online photo essay, Nuclear Nightmares: Twenty Years Since Chernobyl, photographer Robert Knoth and reporter Antoinette De Jong document the impact of nuclear radiation in the former Soviet Union and the medical and economic toll it has taken. Note: Some may be disturbed by the images of physical illness and deformity.
In June 2002, Simeon Hein and his team created a small crop circle in Kansas. Anomalous lights appeared in photos taken at the site, which supports the idea that "manmade formations create paranormal effects," Hein writes.
"Sometimes guides come to us as sounds, colored lights, or simply a sensation of pure love," Bruce Goldberg writes in his book Spirit Guide Contact Through Hypnosis. But are all spirit guides of the highest development? If after contact, you are left with fear or a negative emotion, this indicates you have been communicating with a low-level entity, and "high level" guides will never contact you without your permission, Goldberg notes. A "personal guide" may be someone you knew in a past life and can function as a go-between between you and the higher spirit entities, he adds.
"The mystery of the Loch Ness Monster continues as the latest sighting appears to be on the Sun," jests Gary Palmer who photographed an undulating shape on the solar surface on April 19th. In addition, "solar prominences," filaments sprouting out from the edge of the sun, are also on the rise, and a number of photos of these have been posted on spaceweather.com
Prof. David Mears, Bioresource Engineer, Rutgers University has created a 'green' house out of his Civil War era home in New Jersey. Using alternative energy sources, Mears' residence has maintained a temperature at or above 68 degrees F for the last 25 years without the use of his backup oil heating system. Read more about Mears' energy efficient house at LiveScience.com. Also, check out an 11-page paper (PDF) written by Prof. Mears about how he designed and implemented the heating system in his home.
During the first hour, author Steve Alten gave an update on the Loch Ness Monster, which he believes could be a giant, deep water eel. Alten talked about a replica of Nessie's skull (pictured) that was based on a 4-inch tooth found last year at Loch Ness. More exclusive monster photos available at theloch.com.
In a unique statement about freedom of speech, fashion designer Marc Ecko claimed to have spray painted the words "Still Free" on one of the engines of Air Force One. In a video posted at his website, StillFree.com, Ecko and accomplices can be seen circumventing airport security, climbing over a barbed wire fence, and purportedly tagging the president's aircraft. Ecko later admitted that it was all an elaborate hoax. Check out the video yourself to see if it would have fooled you.
We received three photos from Paola Harris. They include images of Paul Hellyer, the former Canadian Minister of Defense, Mexican TV reporter Jaime Maussan and Monsignor Corrado Balducci.
In the U.K., the search is on for a giant rabbit that is stalking the countryside "taking huge bites out of cabbages, carrots and turnips." It's suspected that the creature, which could be around three feet in length, is actually an escaped domestic rabbit, developed by breeders to be especially large. (Pictured is such a rabbit, photograph by Michael Urban/AFP/Getty Images). Read more at National Geographic News.
Art Bell shared the story of how he met, fell in love with, and married a very special Filipina woman, Airyn Ruiz.
According to CBC News, a man has started a sasquatch detective agency in the Yukon to investigate sightings of the elusive, ape-like creature. Red Grossinger founded his organization, Sasquatch Yukon, after learning that other Bigfoot investigators in Canada knew little about sightings in the territory. The article also includes an audio interview with Grossinger, as well as his contact info should you spot a sasquatch footprint (pictured) while hiking in the Yukon.
During the first half-hour, expert in alternative medicine, Dr. Sherri Tenpenny gave her reaction to a proposed national flu pandemic response plan (article). She was particularly concerned about the Treasury Department's proposal to have other nations produce U.S. currency if its facilities cannot operate because of a bird flu outbreak. Tenpenny does not believe the bird flu will be a major health care crisis.
Past C2C guest and editor of Inexplicata, Scott Corrales is sharing the latest photos (taken on April 15, 2006) of Argentina's famous Lake Nahuel Huapi Monster. The photos, as well as a translated article about them from El Cordillerano Edicion, can be viewed at cryptomundo.com.
Major Ed Dames has sent us material related to the Matrix Intelligence Agency's 'Magnificent Seven' current operations/targets. Pictured is the l'Oiseau Blanc (White Bird) aircraft (archival photos/ downed location map). "The French aviators, Charles Nungesser and Francois Coli, did indeed succeed in their transatlantic crossing attempt, beating Charles Lindbergh by twelve days," but their plane crashed 400 kilometers from New York, he noted. A site search and a recovery operation by his group is scheduled for September, he added. Click here to view a map of the "next non man-made crop circle" (Northern Alberta, near the B.C. border). Genuine crop circles are akin to "ET calling cards," said Dames, who commented that the ability for humans to recognize in advance their locations could signal that we have reached "a level of consciousness required by the (ET) Federation [to be worthy of] contact."
William Henry has sent us a set of plates to accompany his presentation.
Among the texts Dr. Ken Hanson discussed is the recently revealed Lost Gospel of Judas. For an in-depth examination of the ancient papyrus manuscript (now on display in Egypt) visit National Geographic's interactive presentation.
Researchers studying Near Death Experiences (NDEs) have found a possible physical component to the mysterious phenomenon. While not ruling out a spiritual dimension, a team at the Univ. of Kentucky discovered that those who have NDEs are more likely to experience sleep abnormalities. Specifically, rapid-eye movement (REM) sleep states occasionally intrude into their regular waking consciousness. First hour guest Dr. Jeff Long said he worked with Professor Kevin Nelson at the Univ. of Kentucky, providing his team with near death experiencers for their study. The research using "retrospective" subjects (many had had their NDEs years ago) doesn't debunk or disprove the phenomenon, said Long, who added that the control group, a set of hospital workers, may not have been candid about their own sleep problems for fear of reprisal. Read more about the study at BBC News.
NASA photographs of a Martian crater have borne a curious resemblance to Earth's ubiquitous yellow smiley face. But alas, a new photo from a different perspective by the ESA's Mars Express wipes away the grin. For more, visit Space.com.
The following drawings by the late Col. Philip Corso (pictured in a photo by Nancy Birnes) are courtesy of UFO Magazine (from a Aug/Sept 2002 issue, featuring an article by William A. Kent, the attorney for Corso Holdings, Inc., which now handles all the Corso rights.): EBE Eye UFO Propulsion SaucerMagnetic Field
The second wave of severe weather to hit Tennessee in less than a week gave birth to tornado-producing thunderstorms which pulverized homes and buildings across the state on Friday, leaving thousands homeless and killing at least 12 people. The photo shows wreckage and building debris from Metro Baptist Church in Goodlettsville, Tenn. View related photos and video at MSNBC.com.Photo: AP/John Russell
During the first hour of Friday's show, George offered LIVE Open Lines and talked with C2C Science Advisor Richard C. Hoagland about a striking mosaic taken by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO). According to Hoagland, the new MRO mosaic shows buried geometric structures lying in the bottoms of several craters, which he believes to be the ruins of ancient Martian cities. View photos and read more at Enterprise Mission.
The National Geographic Society has released several pages from the 'lost' Gospel of Judas. Reportedly more than 1,700 years old, the ancient text provides an alternative view into the relationship of Jesus and the disciple who betrayed him. According to the new gospel, Jesus asked Judas, a loyal friend, to turn him in to the authorities. Read more from the New York Times and view actual pages from the document here. Photo: National Geographic Society
As the new comic film Alien Autopsy (website/IMDB) is being released, revelations about the original Ray Santilli footage are emerging. Reportedly, on the Sky One TV show, Eamon Investigates, Santilli admits that the footage shown in the original Alien Autopsy 1996 TV special was actually staged (he still claims to have authentic autopsy film in his possession that is in too poor condition to use). Confirming the deception, sculptor John Humphreys is speaking out for the first time about his part in creating the alien body used in the dissection.
Electromagnetic fields can be potentially hazardous to human health. The US military may exploit this fact as they study possibilities for new non-lethal weapons. Radio frequency/microwave (RF/MW) emitting systems are already in usage for anti-electronic weaponry, but now devices that release RF/MW radiation are reportedly being studied for "stunning/immobilizing the enemy." Read more at Secrecy News.
In Stanley Milgram's groundbreaking obedience experiment, subjects were asked to give electric shocks to participants who made mistakes, and what happened was indeed shocking! Visit this page to listen to audio clips from the experiment.
You can now place advance orders for Worker in the Light, the new book by George Noory and William Birnes. To pre-order or read about this highly anticipated work, visit Amazon.com.
Cindy shares this photographic comparison of two similar UFOs: the one on the left from a 1989 Area 51 video by Bob Lazar, the one on the right from a video Cindy made in Portland, Oregon in 1992. Click here for a larger image and further details.