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Tall Man Saves Dolphin

Known as the world's "Tallest Man", Bao Xishun of Mongolia used his long arms to reach in the belly of a Dolphin in China to remove a life threatning piece of plastic from the mammals' stomach. Read more.

Ball Lightning Video

Check out this video posted at Doctor Fong's House of Mysteries!. The video, purportedly shot in July 2004, may have captured the strange and rare weather phenomenon known as Ball Lightning.

'Virtual' Memories

Using virtual reality technology can trigger the development of false memories, according to research conducted by Ann Schlosser at the University of Washington. Schlosser tested a group of students to see how well they could learn to use a real digital camera after having worked with an interactive virtual version of the camera. She discovered that students who had used the virtual camera produced false memories about what the real camera could do. Read more from NewScientist Blogs.

Frog Comes Back to Life

A tree frog has miraculously come back to life after being frozen solid in a walk-in freezer—at minus 18°C—in Australia. Once the tiny frog was defrosted, witnesses say it began breathing again. "She ran her finger over his back to wipe the ice off and he started breathing again—it was amazing." Read more here.Photo: Michael Marschall

Drawings: Alien Experiences

A set of drawings were made by Galante, a friend of Jim Sparks, who created the images from Jim's impressions.

Solar Flare Up!

Gary Palmer of Solar Minimum shares his animation (hi-res version/5mb) of recent solar flares, using 10 frames captured over a four-hour period. "If you look closely you'll notice the sunspot is moving; this is due to the subtle rotation of the Sun," he writes. "The recent activity on our sun has been very exciting. Just in the past few days there have been 2 X, 4 M, and 27 C Class flares which have predominately come from active region 930," he added. For more news on solar activity, visit

Martell & Poltorak Images

We received a set of images from Jason Martell to accompany his presentation on ancient technology, including this shot of Pre-columbian "airplane models." Also posted are some photos from Erik Poltorak.

The Goodbye Weapon

A new non-lethal weapon, the Air Force's Active Denial System, or ADS, has been certified for use in Iraq, after extensive testing. The ADS shoots a beam of waves that causes extreme (but temporary) pain and induces what experimenters call the "Goodbye effect," or "prompt and highly motivated escape behavior." Wired News obtained documents about the weapon and has published two reports (article/documentation). Additionally, the report's author David Hambling has posted a commentary on the subject at Defense Tech.

Georgia Guidestones

In the first hour, George spoke with The Resistance Manifesto author, John Conner, about a strange and relatively unknown monument located in Elbert County, Georgia. Inscribed on the 'Georgia Guidestones' (enlargement), as they are called, are 10 commandments or guides written in eight different languages (English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese and Russian): Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.Guide reproduction wisely—improving fitness and diversity.Unite humanity with a living new language.Rule passion—faith—tradition—and all things with tempered reason.Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.Avoid petty laws and useless officials.Balance personal rights with social duties.Prize truth—beauty—love—seeking harmony with the infinite.Be not a cancer on the earth—Leave room for nature—Leave room for nature.Conner

Durian's Destruction

Typhoon Durian may have left as many as 1,000 people dead in the Philippines, according to the latest AP report. Freelance photographer Geoff Mackley, who specializes in covering extreme weather, has posted photos of the mudflow devastation and storm damage.

Stegosaur in Cambodia?

Did dinosaurs roam Cambodia less than 1000 years ago? This glyph (pictured) from an ancient Cambodian temple at Angkor Wat depicts what appears to be a stegosaurus. The carved creature is shown in profile with a series of plates along its humped back. Some believe this carving is evidence that dinosaurs lived alongside man, while others think it shows nothing more than a rhinoceros. Read more at

John Rhodes Images

John Rhodes has sent us some material to accompany his presentation, including information on the 'Don't Tread on Me' flag. Cick here to view.

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