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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

Knapp's Links 12/27

Check out some stories and links that George Knapp referenced during Sunday's show...

Underwater Fireworks

While this image looks like something you would expect to see in deep space, it is actually from a recently released video of an underwater volcano erupting...

Ingenious Octopuses

Octopuses off the coast of Indonesia have become media sensations as a result of their remarkable talents recently captured on film...

A Zoo of Tattoos

Project ExtInked is a British venture which hopes to raise awareness of threatened species...

Sea Lions Fight Terrorism

The U.S. Navy has begun using specially trained sea lions in their post-9/11 fight against terrorism. A Californian sea lion named Gremlin recently displayed his underwater minesweeping skills...

Underground Sensations

This bizarre crustacean is just one of an astounding 850 new invertebrate species discovered by scientists in Australia. Exploring the country's subterranean cavern system...

Tropical Storm Hits Manila

Art Bell and family are currently in the middle of a violent Tropical Storm that has hit the Philippines.

Anomalies Associated with Crop Circles

From Simeon Hein: These photos show various types of electrical anomalies commonly found in and around crop circles. The photo on the left came from a small formation we made in Kansas in 2002...

Animals Think About Thinking

According to J. David Smith, Ph.D., metacognition, or thinking about thinking, is not unique to humans. The University at Buffalo comparative psychologist says there is growing evidence that dolphins, macaque monkeys, and other animals share our ability to reflect upon, monitor or regulate their states of mind. Smith's research is presented in the September issue of the journal Trends in Cognitive Sciences. More at ScienceDaily.

Same Image: Crop Circle & Book

From Bruce Lipton: "The largest crop circle ever reported showed up in the Netherlands the day my book came off the press...The crop circle and the cover illustration on my book are the exact same image...

Couple Finds Deadly Tropical Plant... in England

Phyllis Abbott, 79, and husband George, 84, discovered a deadly tropical plant called the Devil's Snare growing in their Suffolk, UK garden. It is normally found in the Amazon and used by South American Indians to poison their hunting weapons. The plant's venom causes blurred vision and hallucinations, and can lead to coma and death. Experts believe the seeds of the toxic plant arrived by way of bird droppings. Read more at The Telegraph.

Video: Light Anomaly at Crop Circle Site

Linda Moulton Howe shares a fascinating movie of a light anomaly that seems to release a 'small entity' near East Field, a week before a crop circle emerged there...

Longest Eclipse

The 21st century's longest eclipse brought near darkness to a path that swept across India, China, and the South Pacific during daylight hours. Many stayed indoors, fearful of the event, while others gathered and cheered...

George Knapp's News Links

A number of articles have caught George Knapp's attention in the last week or so, including stories about the mysterious Arctic blob, a unique crop circle in Wiltshire, and a new technology...

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