Coast listener Larry shot this video of bees dying (slightly graphic) in a grocery store parking lot. About the video Larry writes: "On April 16, Doris and I were leaving a local grocery store, when I noticed a bee. I was glad to see it, until Doris pointed out that all around us there were bees trying, and failing to stay aloft. The parking lot was covered with them. Most were struggling to crawl, or regain their feet. It was truly heart-wrenching. On our way to our car, we noticed that there was a whole swarm dying at our feet. I got out my video camera, squatted next to my car, and took some footage of their struggles. To us, it seemed that the bees were reacting to an airborne toxin."
This 1965 photo taken in Tulsa, Oklahoma was one of the first multi-colored UFOs ever captured on film. The photo, which was analyzed and authenticated, was published in Life Magazine. For more, see the photography page on the Majestic Documents site.
People are flocking to a house in Zhengzhou city, China to see a pet cat which the owner says has given birth to a puppy. The cat produced three normal appearing kittens and one which looks like a white poodle (see photo). According to the owner, "It looks very different from the other kittens, and its mouth, nose and paws are all dog-like." More at Ananova.In other pet-related news, a 4-inch tall, 18-ounce Chihuahua named Tiny Dancer may soon be crowned 'world's smallest dog.' View video and read more from the Orlando Sentinel.
Prof. Hiroshi Ishiguro of Osaka University has unveiled a robotic doppelganger of himself. The replica, named Germinoid, has 50 sensors and motors implanted under its skin, which can be controlled by simple movements the Professor makes.For more, visit the Daily Mail.
Dr. George King, described "as the world's most amazing contactee" is pictured receiving a "Cosmic Transmission" from an "advanced extraterrestrial intelligence." Click on image for larger view.
Physicist James McCanney was our special guest in Streamlink's Live Chat for one hour last week. The wide-ranging discussion touched on such topics as global warming, weather modification, Tesla, and new energy systems. Below are excerpts from the Q & A; members can view the entire transcript.kyguyIs it possible that global warming is an effect of an increase in energy in our solar system? James McCanney Yes and that is exactly what I have seen for years ... we depend on the sun on an hourly basis ... "climate" is a misnomer.tomDoes the Prof. feel there is a bias in 'global warming' as reported by the mainstream media? James McCanney WOOOO as in big time ... this latest push and media blitz has astounded me but remember that the global warming issue is a ploy for controlling many issues not the least of which is control of fresh water.TelecasterdudeDo you feel there is a correlation between the bees and global warming? James McC
Tonight's guest, Richard Lawrence, co-authored Contacts with the Gods from Space with the alien contactee George King in 1996. King (pictured inside Mars) received channeled messages from various "cosmic commentators," such as "Master Aetherius" and "Mars Sector 6."
Loren Coleman sent us a set of images, such as this sketch of the 'Dover Demon,' to accompany his presentation. Click here to view.
New evidence suggests that around 1500 BC, the flourishing Mediterranean civilization of Crete may have been destroyed by a giant tsunami similar to the one that hit Thailand and Sri Lanka in 2004. The eruption of the nearby Santorini volcano likely triggered the violent wave, scientists have conjectured. Could the sudden annihilation of Crete been what Plato was describing in his Atlantis tale? For more, visit BBC News.
Contrary to the popular belief that black holes act as giant cosmic vacuum cleaners, new research shows black holes may be filling the universe with the chemical elements that make life possible. An international team of astronomers looking at the black hole at the center of the NGC 4051 galaxy (pictured) has discovered that warm gas can escape a black hole's gravity and blow elements such as carbon and oxygen into space. This research is being reported in the April 20 issue of The Astrophysical Journal. Read more at PhysOrg.com.Credit: George Seitz/Adam Block/NOAO/AURA/NSF
Coast listener Dale N. recently submitted a link to a cool collaborative art project called THE ZOOMQUILT. After it loads (may take a few moments), click and drag mouse up or down to zoom in or out. Have fun! *Requires Macromedia Flash Player to be installed on your computer.
Check out this filmed performance of Lionel Fanthorpe reading a short piece called Redundant.
In China's Hunan Province, a large group of "stone eggs" were recently discovered at a construction site. Oval in shape, the eggs vary in size, some as big as a large table. Their origins are unknown, but geologists suspect that the stone eggs are rare, large concretions of carbonate rock. For more, visit the Epoch Times.
A severe weather system plowed across the US Saturday, tearing roofs off houses in Texas, rattling the Southeast with strong thunderstorms, and creating perilous driving conditions blamed for five deaths. The system is expected to strengthen and form a nor'easter that could bring severe coastal flooding to the New York/New Jersey areas. Read more at MSNBC.
A mother cat, originally brought into a children's clothing store in China to catch mice, has surprised the staff by adopting a mouse into her family of newborns. Even after the mouse was taken out of the store, the protective cat brought it back in to play with her kittens. Read more at Ananova.
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One of the UFO encounter cases that Craig Lang has investigated involved a woman named Evelyn from Wisconsin. For physical trace photos, and sketches of the encounters, click here.
Now you can send email voiced by a dummy, courtesy of a promo for the film Dead Silence. Check out this fan letter sent to George and create your ownmessages.
Todd Standing sent us this photo of a Bigfoot-type creature, which he says inhabits the "Sylvanic" region, an area in the North American Rocky Mountains. For video footage, visit Standing's media page.
Last year physicists worked out the complex math required to make objects invisible by bending light around them. Based on this work, engineers at Purdue University in Indiana have designed a device that could one day make objects as large as a plane disappear. A cone fitted with tiny metal needles would force light to pass around it, making anything inside the cone appear to vanish. "Ideally, if we make it real it would work exactly like Harry Potter's invisibility cloak," said lead researcher Vladimir Shalaev. Read more at news.com.au.
Coast to Coast Associate Producer Tom Danheiser (pictured), was our special guest in Streamlink's Live Chat for one hour last week. Below are excerpts from the Q & A; members can view the entire transcript.DennisTom, did you really kill George's plant on purpose??? Tom Danheiser Hi Dennis---NO, I would never kill a living thing on purpose.George fanTom...are you still traveling with George on his book tours? Tom Danheiser Yes, when he signs books at an event, it usually means the show is done from an affiliate city, so yes.ThunderHi Tom -What do you enjoy most about your work, aside from the obvious kewl thing that you reach millions of listeners? Tom Danheiser Well Thunder, honestly I got into radio because I liked how it makes people happy and they bond with their different shows.MichelleHey Tom just wondering when you have a caller that you can't put on air due to alcohol or language do you let them know or are they
A photo (view enlargement) of Jonathan Downes, taken at Loch Ness in 2005.
In this photo (click for larger) Ed Leedskalnin demonstrates the electrical generator he invented with junkyard parts. It still sits today at Coral Castle. For more, see Joe Bullard's gallery, photos at coralcastle.com, and images sent in by a listener.
Former Arizona governor Fife Symington, known for ridiculing the Phoenix Lights incident at a spoof press conference in 1997, appeared in the first half-hour to set the record straight. According to Symington, the fake press conference was held to provide some levity and "break the momentum of a lot of hysteria that was building about the issue." Symington now claims to have been witness to mysterious lights in the Phoenix sky some 10 years ago. He described seeing a "breathtakingly-large" v-shaped object with extremely bright lights on the leading edge. He said the craft was "very dark [and] absolutely quiet" as it moved across the desert sky. Symington believes there is no "terrestrial explanation" for what he saw that night.In the second half-hour, film producer James Fox discussed his feature-length documentary on the UFO phenomenon, Out of the Blue, which includes an interview with Fife Symington about the Phoenix Lights incident. Fox also talked about astronaut Go
According to French architect Jean-Pierre Houdin, the mystery of how Egypt built the Great Pyramid has been solved--- they used a spiral ramp built from the inside to move the huge stones into place. Houdin recently presented his findings along with a 3-D computer model. For more, see this AP article.
Art Bell has been nominated for induction into the National Radio Hall Of Fame (NRHOF), housed at The Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago. Anyone wishing to vote for Art can join the NRHOF online at radiohof.org. The voting deadline is August 1.