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In the first half, author and publisher Marshall Masters provided updates on Nibiru (Planet X), and touched on such topics as chemtrails, and survival communities.

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Meteor Crater Discovered

Meteor Crater Discovered

A meteor crater in the Egyptian desert, previously undiscovered, was recently revealed via Google Earth's satellite. The impact may be only a few thousand years old...

A Double Dinosaur Discovery

A Double Dinosaur Discovery

Paleontologists have discovered the fossilized remains of two remarkable rhino-sized dinosaur species in southern Utah...

Wind May Have Parted Red Sea

Wind May Have Parted Red Sea

The parting of the Red Sea, as described in the Old Testament, might have taken placed as described, according to new computer simulations...

Gigantic spider's web discovered

Gigantic spider's web discovered

Scientists have discovered a species of spider in Madagascar that spins the world's longest web, spanning an astounding 82 feet.

Massive Fish Kill

Massive Fish Kill

A massive fish kill has been discovered in a Louisiana waterway, along the Gulf Coast. The die-off includes many different species of sea life, even a whale was found in the area. Residents suspect it's another effect from the catastrophic BP spill.

Knapp's News 8/29/10

Knapp's News 8/29/10

A number of stories have caught George Knapp's attention in the last week, including, including the BLM horse round-up in Twin Peaks, CA (pictured), an essay on UFO photos, and the "pain ray" being used on prisoners...

Vampire Bats Attack!

Vampire Bats Attack!

More than 500 people in Peru have been bitten by vampire bats infected with rabies, sparking an outbreak of the disease that has claimed the lives of four indigenous children...

Classic Croc Surprises Scientists

Classic Croc Surprises Scientists

Archaeologists have discovered the fossil of a crocodile ancestor which boasts a number of unique attributes that set it apart from its modern-day kin...

Aurora Photos

Aurora Photos

With a solar flare/coronal mass ejection hitting the Earth's magnetic field on Tuesday, the resulting geomagnetic storm triggered auroras in the northern skies across Europe and North America. Pictured is an image taken by Travis Novitsky in Minnesota. More photos...

Anomalous Orange Lights

Anomalous Orange Lights

One of Linda Moulton Howe's reports tonight concerns anomalous orange-yellow moving lights photographed at the site of a crop formation in Warwickshire, England over a period of 30 seconds...

Asteroid Threat in 2182

Asteroid Threat in 2182

Scientists have calculated that there's a 1-in-1,000 chance that a large asteroid called 1999 RQ36 could hit the Earth, particularly 172 years from now. The space rock is 1,837 feet across and could cause widespread devastation upon impact.

'Plastiki' Completes Voyage

'Plastiki' Completes Voyage

Plastiki, a 60 ft. ship kept afloat by 12,000 plastic bottles, arrived in Sydney Harbor on Monday, completing an 8,000 mile journey from San Francisco. The boat, which set sail to raise awareness about the problem of plastic trash in the ocean, has a sustainable design...

Knapp's News 7/18/10

Knapp's News 7/18/10

Check out some of the items that have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including panoramic photos of Groom Lake/Area 51 (pictured), and articles about Marilyn Monroe's house going on sale, and the possible location of King Arthur's Round Table...

The Future of Fish?

The Future of Fish?

Despite the tremendous difference in size, these two salmon are actually the same age. The larger one, however, had its growth accelerated via genetic engineering...

That's One 'Lucky' Dog

That's One 'Lucky' Dog

A dog has been reunited with his owner after being blown into the sky by a "Wizard of Oz" like storm. Lucky, as he is now known, was swept up by a strong wind still in his dog house, and later found 20 miles away, shaken but okay. More at Orange.co.uk.

Searching for the Solenodon

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...

Knapp's News Links 5/28/10

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...

Knapp's News Links 5/23/10

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...

Hail Storm Hits Oklahoma

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.

Mnt. St. Helens Eruption-- 30 Years Ago

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 4/25/10

Knapp's News 4/25/10

A number of items have caught George Knapp's attention recently including, Jill Tarter's TED speech on the search for extraterrestrial life (pictured), psychedelics being used to help the terminally ill...

Fire in the Sky

Fire in the Sky

Residents in five Midwestern states were shaken by the sight of an enormous fireball that streaked across the night sky on Wednesday evening. While the National Weather Service is uncertain as to what exactly caused the phenomena, they suspect it may have been a meteoroid entering the atmosphere, since the Gamma Virginids meteor shower is in the midst of a 48 hour window of peak activity. More on the story, including video of the fireball from a number of different angles, at CNN.com.

One of a Kind Auction

One of a Kind Auction

This curiosity is but one of a vast array of taxidermied animals, both real and hand-crafted hybrids, soon to go up for auction in the UK. The oddities were part of a museum on the Isle of Wight since 1945 and the precise origins of the pieces remains shrouded in mystery. The collection boasts 250 pieces, including seven lions, three zebras as well as a number of bizarre creations like a cat with wings and a unicorn. More on the story here.

Undersea Showdown

Undersea Showdown

Via a program dubbed 'Crittercam,' new insights are being discovered about the feeding patterns of the endangered Australian sea lion. One such finding is how the animal feeds on larger prey...

Mysterious Radar Images

Mysterious Radar Images

Australia's Bureau of Meteorology has been picking up mysterious patterns on its radar system, with shapes described as "red stars, rings of fire, and white doughnuts." The Bureau, while acknowledging the anomalies...

Sunken Church Reappears

Sunken Church Reappears

Submerged beneath the surface of a reservoir for the last 25 years, a church in Venezuela now sits on dry land again, due to a severe drought in that country...

Dolphins Surf the Waves

Dolphins Surf the Waves

Photographer Greg Huglin captured this stunning photo of dolphins surfing a giant wave off the coast of South Africa...

Crocs Know Their Names

Crocs Know Their Names

Two reptiles at the Blue Planet Aquarium in England have been taught to recognize their names...

Don't Eat the Pink Snow

Don't Eat the Pink Snow

A mysterious pink snow left residents of Hilltown, Pennsylvania scratching their heads just hours before the arrival of 2010. Police Officer Matthew Reiss even contacted the Federal Aviation Administration to see if the rose-colored substance could have fallen from an airplane. Further investigation revealed the pink snow, also known as 'watermelon snow,' was likely caused by an algae called Chlamydomonas nivalis.

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