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Virgin Galactic Unveiled

Apr 13, 2009

British entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson unveiled the mock-up of SpaceShipTwo, Virgin Galactic's soon-to-be-built spaceliner. The new spacecraft, designed specifically for space tourism, seats eight people and will be hauled into launch position by...

She Nailed It!

Apr 13, 2009

Lee Redmond of Utah has made the Guinness Book of Records for 2007, for growing the longest fingernails-- combined, they have the length of over 24 feet! Read more at Ananova News, which has also posted a photo of the person with the tallest mohawk.

Spotlight on: Singularity

Apr 13, 2009

In the world of physics and astronomy, the term singularity has come to represent a point where Einstein's Theory of Relativity breaks down. Falling into this category are black holes, where the pull of gravity is so strong that even light cannot escape,...

Hypoallergenic Cats

Apr 13, 2009

Biotech firm Allerca has produced the world's first hypoallergenic cats (pictured). For a cost of nearly $4,000 each, cat lovers with allergies can own a kitty specially-bred not to cause sneezing or even asthma. And there is already a waiting list to get...

Fallen Angel?

Paranormal investigators from Spain have captured video footage of a bizarre 'creature' sitting in the woods, near where the two men claim to have found traces of blood and large, detached wings.

Microwave Drive

Apr 13, 2009

A recent New Scientist article examines a new engine developed by Roger Shawyer that generates thrust from electromagnetic radiation in the form of microwaves. The 'emdrive' has no moving parts, and releases no exhaust or noxious emissions. Shawyer...

Fish Inside Duck's Egg

Apr 13, 2009

During a field trip to the French Alps, University of Manchester biologists found a duck egg in a small pond. Noticing movement inside the egg, the group cracked open the shell and found three live minnows living inside it. The researchers are "baffled"...

'Mars Face Makeover'

Apr 13, 2009

The Mars Face has gotten a makeover with a completely fresh and detailed 3-D view of an area made famous from a 1976 Viking 1 orbiter photo of the "Face". The new photo comes from the ESA's Mars Express orbiter providing an impressive close-up over an...

Charles Ostman Slides

Apr 13, 2009

Charles Ostman has provided several slides to help illustrate the topics he'll be covering on tonight's program: - Slides 1 - 3 - Slides 4 - 6 - Slides 7 - 9 - Slides 10 - 11

Worker in the Light

Apr 13, 2009

The new book by George Noory and William Birnes, Worker in the Light, is now available at Amazon and bookstores across America.Read a preview of the book; view George's book signing schedule.

Arctic Sea Ice Meltdown

Apr 13, 2009

Since the 1970s, scientists monitoring the polar ice cap with satellites have seen winter sea ice decline an average of 1.5 percent to 2 percent per decade. However, in 2005 and 2006, the amount of sea ice has fallen by six percent over each of the last...

Psychic Cleanses Spirits

Apr 13, 2009

Psychic B.J. Wall says she can see and talk with spirits. Now she has added to her resume of job skills. Realtors in the state of Virginia have called upon B.J.'s talents to cleanse spirits from houses that won't sell. Wall charges $150 to clear a house....

Big Brother: I'm Talking to You!

Apr 13, 2009

In the town of Middlesbrough, in the U.K., Big Brother is not only watching you, but now, barking out orders via loudspeakers attached to cameras in public places. "Bad behavior" and "antisocial" acts like littering and fighting can trigger a verbal...

Ouija Board Video

Apr 13, 2009

Earlier this year, a group called PhenomQuest Paranormal Investigators assisted in a Ouija Board session for a one-hour documentary titled Searching for Satan. This video clip shows behind-the-scenes footage of the team as they attempted to communicate...

'The Puffy Planet'

Apr 13, 2009

An odd planet known as HAT-P-1 was recently discovered. While it has a wider radius than Jupiter, it has only half the mass of that planet. In fact, its density is only one-quarter that of water and it could float in a bathtub, if there was one large...

'The God Machine'

Apr 13, 2009

One of the tales Robert Schneck has researched concerns a strange contraption he calls 'The God Machine,' built in the 1850's. Click here to view illustrations and further details.

Image Archive

Apr 13, 2009

You can view a page of images originally posted on artbell.com for this program, hosted by The Internet Archive.

Creeping Dead Zones

Apr 13, 2009

In many coastal waters dead zones are on the rise-- the lack of oxygen in these areas is destroying ocean life habitats. Agriculture run-off that feeds phytoplankton activity is the suspected cause in many cases. NASA has been studying the problem with...

Math Matrix Crop Circle

Apr 13, 2009

Simeon Hein provided this photo to accompany his presentation. The crop circle (pictured, click for enlargement) is based on Scott Flansburg's Math Magical Matrix, which uses a base-9 number system, rather than the base-10 system students are commonly...

Little Mermaid Walks

Apr 13, 2009

Two-year-old Milagros Cerron, born with her legs fused to the ankles and her feet splayed, recently underwent surgery to separate her legs and enable her to walk unassisted. View photos and read more at the Daily Mail.

Puppy Snatcher Video

Apr 13, 2009

In this video clip from Animal Planet, a mother cat who lost her kittens takes care of a litter of puppies.

Military 'Vacations'

Apr 13, 2009

In a 2005 column for National Geographic Adventure Robert Pelton Young takes a look at military-themed "vacations." Among the adrenaline-pumping options are the KGB Military School which teaches high-speed driving, demolition & spy techniques, and...

First Hour Guests

Apr 13, 2009

In the first half-hour, researcher John Rhodes discussed his exploration into 'reptoids'-- which he described as humanoid beings that reside in underground caverns or caves in remote areas. These muscular creatures' hands have three fingers and a claw and...

Death of Steve Irwin

Apr 13, 2009

Steve Irwin, the popular Australian TV star known as the 'Crocodile Hunter' was killed on Monday, September 4, by a stingray's attack while filming off the Great Barrier Reef. "SteveIrwin was both witty and charming," said George Noory who interviewed...

RV Target: Natalee Holloway

Apr 13, 2009

Ed Dames has sent us an image (click for larger) showing the overhead of the area in Aruba where his team has been conducting an underwater search for Natalee Holloway's remains.

Vatican City Ghost

Apr 13, 2009

Mark Fowler, a college student from British Columbia, may have captured some ghostly activity on video while touring St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. Watch a news report which includes Fowler's astonishing footage at YouTube.

Twilight Zone

Apr 13, 2009

In the first hour, George welcomed author Marc Zicree and actor/musician Bill Mumy. Zicree talked about directing an episode of Star Trek: New Voyages and the recent discovery of several dozen dictabelts made by Twilight Zone creator Rod Serling.Mumy...

Bill Mumy Performance

Apr 13, 2009

Watch this video clip of Bill Mumy (as Will Robinson) performing "Sloop John B" with Marta Kristen on the 1967 "Castles in Space" episode of Lost in Space.

Red Rain & Crop Circles

Apr 13, 2009

First hour guest, reporter and editor for Earthfiles, Linda Moulton Howe, shared updates on the mysterious red rain and crop circles. During August she visited a laboratory in Cardiff, Wales that has been studying the red rain that fell in India, both in...

Last Night

Forensic geologist Scott Wolter discussed the Jesus "Ossuary," followed by former government cryptologist J.R. Watts on Bible codes and the Shroud of Turin.

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