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Ancient 'Computer'

Apr 13, 2009

A 2,100 year-old object known as the Antikythera Mechanism may have acted as a kind of computer/calendar for the Olympic games, scientists recently reported.Found in a Roman shipwreck in 1901, the device underwent X-ray tomography which revealed a 3D...

Ancient Fish Head

Apr 13, 2009

A stone, up until recently kept in an English garden, may contain the fossilized head of a fish dating back 80 million years. While its authenticity has not yet been verified, experts plan to scan its internal structure. More at National Geographic News.

Sasquatch Sighting

Apr 13, 2009

A woman and her mother, picking berries in Ontario, Canada last week, encountered an unknown 8-ft tall creature. Later, they returned to the site and found a large footprint with six toes. More at the Winnipeg Sun.

Best of the Blessed

Apr 13, 2009

Cutting across faiths and food groups, religious imagery of a "miraculous" nature has increasingly found its way into the news and onto Ebay. Fox News takes a look at the top ten accidental icons, including the "Nun Bun" and "Potato Salad Jesus."

Northern Lights Solved

Apr 13, 2009

Scientists have unraveled the mystery behind one of nature's most dazzling displays -- the northern lights. Using data gathered from five satellites called THEMIS (Time History of Events and Macroscale Interactions), researchers believe these auroral...

UFO Bombshell

Apr 13, 2009

Former Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell has made worldwide news, claiming that UFOs are real and that visitations by ETs have been covered up for the last sixty years. More on this story here.

Moon Crossing

Apr 13, 2009

Filming from over 30 million miles away, the NASA probe Deep Impact captured this rare view of the moon orbiting in front of the Earth. The New York Times has more on the story, including video of the event .

DuQuette Material

Apr 13, 2009

Lon Milo DuQuette, pictured in his video Enochian Vision, sent us some material to accompany his presentation. Click here to view.

The Floating City

Apr 13, 2009

Belgian architect Vincent Callebaut has proposed an amphibious environment called the 'Lilypad,' a half-aquatic, half-terrestrial city that could house 50,000 people. He believes such a structure could be the answer to human displacement that may occur...

Spotlight on Zeta Reticuli

The binary suns, Zeta 1 and Zeta 2 of the constellation Reticulum, located around 39 light years from us, have long been rumored to contain planets housing ETs who've visited Earth. Pictured is the Betty Hill Star Map, which in Marjorie Fish's analysis...

Jolene Blalock as T'Pol

Apr 13, 2009

In a live studio appearance during Tuesday's first hour, Jolene Blalock (pictured) spoke about her experiences playing Vulcan sub-commander T'Pol on Star Trek Enterprise. Though she spends two hours a day getting into make-up for her role, she said it's...

Destruction Therapy

Apr 13, 2009

Last month in Castejon, Spain people took sledgehammers to old cars and household appliances. The practice known as "destruction therapy," was created by three entrepreneurs who believe such aggressive sessions allow people to safely release pent-up...

Conjoined Swallows

Apr 13, 2009

A pair of conjoined barn swallows, discovered after falling from their nest on Thursday, July 17th, will be sent to the Smithsonian Institute for further examination. If confirmed, the unusual duo could prove to be an incredibly rare find. "I can't even...

Deep Impact Moon Video

Apr 13, 2009

NASA's Deep Impact space probe has captured video footage of the Moon passing in front of the Earth as seen from a distance of 31 million miles away. Scientists are using the video to learn what to look for in their search for alien worlds around other...

Origins of Speech

Apr 13, 2009

Scientists have traced the origins of speech back to 400 million years ago, with the development of grunting by certain fish. Check out BBC News for video and more info.

'Alien' Implant Update

Apr 13, 2009

First hour guest, Dr. Roger Leir discussed his latest implant removal surgery, which he conducted on a retired military intelligence officer. A metallic object was removed from the back of his leg-- the specimen was noteworthy because it showed biological...

New Mars Photos

Apr 13, 2009

New images show astonishing details of Mars. Captured by the ESA's Mars Express Probe, the photos reveal networks of valleys, plains and cliffs-- areas that were once shaped by fast flowing water. To view the photos and further details, visit Daily Mail....

Roswell Rock Circle

Apr 13, 2009

First hour guest, UFO investigatorChuck Zukowski discussed the 'Roswell Rock Circle,' an artifact found in 2004, which has unusual magnetic properties (see video). The image on the rock mirrors the design of a 1996 crop circle. Click here to view more...

John Lear Chat Excerpts

Apr 13, 2009

Below are excerpts from last week's one hour + Q & A with the always controversial John Lear, our special guest in Streamlink's Live Chat. Members can read/print the full transcript. VoidPointer John, what anti-gravity drive systems are being tested, and...

Spotlight on Gabriel

Apr 13, 2009

The ancient stone tablet known as Gabriel's Vision of Revelations is thought to pre-date Jesus. It features an inscription that quotes the Archangel Gabriel. One of the two highest ranking angels in Judeo-Christian and Islamic religious tradition, Gabriel...

Ghost on Film?

Apr 13, 2009

A ghost hunting group in Britain captured this remarkable image that they claim is of the spirit of an English Civil War soldier from the 1600's. The Telegraph has more on the story, including a larger view of the picture.

Little Red Spot Gone

Apr 13, 2009

Jupiter's Little Red Spot (LRS) was destroyed earlier this week as it tried to squeeze between the planet's Great Red Spot and Oval BA (view animation). Read more at skyandtelescope.com.

Lightning Hits Woman

Apr 13, 2009

Jessica Lafreniere of Antrim, New Hampsire miraculously suffered only slight injuries after a lightning strike apparently went through her foot and exited through her nose ring. "Light came in and hit her, and the bottom of her feet lit up red," Jessica's...

Biblical Imagery

Apr 13, 2009

Ken Hanson sent us a biblical illustration by the 19th century French artist Gustave Doré.

Deacon Punnett

Apr 13, 2009

The Rev. Ian Punnett took his vows to the Holy Order of the Diaconate at 7pm on Tuesday July 8, 2008 at the Episcopal Cathedral of St. Mark in Minneapolis. He will serve at the discretion of the Episcopal bishop. Our heartiest congratulations to the new...

Face in a Log

Apr 13, 2009

A cemetery worker in Tennessee recently uncovered the image of a human face in a log after sawing it in half. View a larger photo and further details at Ananova.

Ed Dames' Fossett Update

Jun 28, 2009

Appearing briefly at the start of the show, remote viewer Maj. Ed Dames gave an update on the search for Steve Fossett, and provided us with a map of where he believes his plane wreckage can be located.

Rain of Diamonds

Apr 13, 2009

A comet that exploded over Canada around 12,900 years ago may have rained down diamonds and other precious metals, according to a new analysis. Some of these metals could have been carried into the U.S. through melted glacier water. Pictured is a diamond...

Ancient Tablet Stirs Debate

Apr 13, 2009

A stone tablet, said to be from the first century B.C., contains prophecies about a Jewish messiah who would rise from the dead. The artifact, which has missing text, is stirring up questions and controversy. For more, check out Alan Boyle's Cosmic Log.

Last Night

Chad Calek discussed his new documentary which chronicles the paranormal investigation that led to the filming of a full-body apparition.

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