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Aldrin's Space Vision

Howard Bloom and Jason Louv share a graphic which depicts Buzz Aldrin's Unified Space Vision, which was recently discussed on our Space Roundtable Show...

Searching for the Solenodon

Conservationists from the UK are scouring the Dominican Republic with the hopes of finding the elusive Solenodon, a strange-looking creature...

Daredevil Floats to France

Jonathan Trappe became the first person to drift across the English Channel using helium balloons. The 36-year-old daredevil made the 22-mile crossing in a chair attached to a bundle of 54 colorful, industrial-strength balloons. Once over France, Trappe cut away a few of the balloons in order to descend...

Knapp's News Links 5/28/10

Check out some of the links that have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including a photo essay of the Gulf oil spill, an editorial on skepticism, an article about a crop circle (pictured, photo by Lucy Pringle/PIN) based on a mathematical formula, and a survey on trucker UFO sightings...

Infrared Ooze

Ectoplasm? Joshua P. Warren sends us this still from his video at Myrtle's Plantation in Louisiana. In the mansion's most haunted room, a strange, blood-like ooze was visible only in the infrared realm...

Mystery Catch

A Chinese fisherman was puzzled by the mysterious creature he netted, which looked like a cross between a turtle and a dinosaur. It turns out that the creature was an alien of sorts. Identified as an alligator snapping turtle...

Mars Lander Deteriorates

A new photograph of the Mars lander Phoenix indicates the robotic device has broken down over the harsh Martian winter. NASA's comparison images from 2008 and 2010, show how the lander's outline has greatly diminished...

Congrats to George Knapp

Congratulations to George Knapp who has been voted into the Associated Press Television-Radio Association (APTRA) Hall of Fame. He'll be honored along with APTRA's 2010 Hall of Fame inductees...

Knapp's News Links 5/23/10

Check out some of the links that have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including stories about a strange creature that washed ashore in Ontario, and UFO hacker Gary McKinnon's (pictured) extradition reprieve...

Man Pulls Plane with Eyelids

Chinese martial arts expert Dong Changsheng, 50, pulled a plane weighing over 1,000 pounds with a rope hooked only to his eyelids...

Hail Storm Hits Oklahoma

A massive hail storm hit Oklahoma this week, pummeling the Sooner State with lumps of ice as large as baseballs. A newly posted home video shows the giant hail stones slamming into a backyard swimming pool. View the amazing footage at FoxNews.com.

First Synthetic Life Form

The first living synthetic cell has been created by scientists, in what some are calling "a defining moment in biology"...

Tiny but Toxic Frogs

Phantasmal poison frogs, a breed so rare they're on the verge of extinction, have been successfully bred at an aquarium in the U.K. The frogs, which measure just 1cm at adulthood, have skin so toxic they can kill anyone who merely touches them...

Mnt. St. Helens Eruption-- 30 Years Ago

It was thirty years ago today that Mount St. Helens in Washington state erupted, after it was set off by an earthquake. The gigantic explosions were heard hundreds of miles away, entire forests were flattened, and 57 people lost their lives...

Knapp's News 5/16/10

Check out some of the links that have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including articles on a fossil of a primate's unusual teeth (pictured), a girl who doesn't age, and a video of mysterious lights in Ohio...

The Laser Turns 50

Fifty years ago Sunday, Hughes Labs researcher Theodore Maiman changed the world when he built the first working laser. Today, lasers can be found almost everywhere and are integral in many industries, from information technology (fiber optic networks) to health care (LASIK eye surgery) to home entertainment (CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs). In fact, it is estimated that half of America's gross domestic product is somehow connected to lasers. More at InsideScience.org.

Meet the Nano-Spiders

Researchers at New York's Columbia University have created a molecular robot, dubbed a 'spider,' that can crawl along DNA molecules. The spider bot measures a mere four nanometers across -- 100,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair. Such microscopic devices could one day be used to clear clogged human arteries or build computer components. More at Mail Online.

Jupiter Loses a Stripe

Scientists are perplexed as to why Jupiter has lost one of its trademark dark bands that stretch across its atmosphere. Known as the Southern Equatorial Belt, its disappearance is possibly related to storm activity.

Streamlink Live Chat

Streamlink members are invited for a Live Chat with George Noory tonight at 8pm PT/11pm ET. Stop by the Chat Room to get the inside scoop from the man behind the microphone...

'Living Galaxy' Images

Charles Shults shares two images from his new book, The Living Galaxy: The first depicts 'Roche Worlds'-- double planets so close together that they deform each other through gravity into egg shapes...

Kecksburg UFO Mockup

An acorn-shaped UFO fell in the Kecksburg, PA area in 1965. This photo shows a mockup of the object, built for a 1990 episode of Unsolved Mysteries, which featured the case...

An 'Alien Lamp Form'

Standing at nearly five and a half feet tall, these intricate 'alien abduction' lamps became the envy of both gadget and UFO enthusiasts when they were unveiled...

'Tis the Season

The first crop circle of 2010 has been discovered, thus kicking off the annual season of searching...

Joshua's Ghostly Attachment?

Joshua P. Warren sends us this photo of what may be a ghostly attachment behind his back in a haunted Chicago Theater...

Roller Coaster Rescue

5 roller coaster riders in England got more than they bargained for when their car got stuck upside down, and they were left dangling 50 ft. above the ground before being rescued...

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