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Asteroid Near Miss

An asteroid estimated to be less than 200 feet across, flew past Earth on Monday. Dubbed 2008 DD45, the space rock (pictured in the red circle) was at an altitude just twice the distance of some communications satellites. For more info, and a video of the asteroid's journey, visit New Scientist.

Combustion Photo

Larry Arnold sent us this photograph (click image for enlargement) showing the curious combustion case of Dr. John Bentley.

Other Realms

In the second hour, visionary and author Stuart Wilde discussed his latest work on reincarnation, magical animals, the hell worlds & poisonous people. He described his visits to the "Aluna" and "Morph" worlds-- inner realms that he accesses in a trance state. In the hell worlds, he said he encounters demonic fractal beings with human faces that spit and fire pulses out at you. He also described "manimals," creatures that are half human and half animal. Wilde said in some earthly situations, such as on a bus, he's witnessed "poisonous people" that transmit negative energies to others. Spread like the "tentacles of an octopus," these toxic energies can degrade, upset, or depress a person, he noted.

Rainbow's End Found

Amateur photographer Jason Erdkamp didn't find a pot of gold, but he was able to snap this photo of the end of a rainbow as he traveled along a highway in Southern California. More details at the Daily Mail.

Airyn & Asia

A recent photo of Art's wife Airyn, their daughter Asia, and one of the Bell cats.

A Phish Fan?

With her surprising saxophone skills, Sara the Walrus has been charming scores of visitors to Istanbul's new Dolphinarium. More on the story at the Telegraph.

Dark Star Images

Andy Lloyd sent us a set of graphics depicting the "dark star" and its relationship to our solar system.

Combustion Photo

Larry Arnold sent us this photograph (click for larger) showing the curious combustion case of Dr. John Bentley.

Asteroid Near Miss

An asteroid estimated to be less than 200 feet across, flew past Earth on Monday. Dubbed 2008 DD45, the space rock (pictured in the red circle) was at an altitude just twice the distance of some communications satellites. For more info, and a video of the asteroid's journey, visit New Scientist. Second hour guest, astronomer Phil Plait commented on the near miss asteroid. Such small asteroids are tremendously faint and difficult to see coming, yet they serve as a wake-up call to develop technology to push them out of the way should they be on a collision course, he said. Plait also announced that he is now the president of JREF (James Randi Educational Foundation), which seeks to "expose pseudoscientific frauds."

Airborne Laser Weapon

A laser weapon that could be fired from the nose of a large jet plane to destroy missiles has shown success in simulated ground testing. For video footage and more info, visit New Scientist.

Live Chat

Streamlink members are invited for a Live Chat tonight with special guest, C2C Exec. Producer, Lisa Lyon. Join us in the Chat Room at 8pm PT/11pm ET. In addition to taking your questions, she'll be soliciting your views...

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