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Knapp's News 8/21/11

A number of items have recently caught George Knapp's attention including a piece on multiverses (related graphic pictured), and a report on animal mutilations in Argentina.

First 'Brain Chips' Developed

U.S. technology firm IBM claims to have built two prototype chips that closely replicate how the human brain processes information.

Shuttles Face-To-Face

NASA employees lined up to watch a rare face-to-face encounter as space shuttles Discovery and Endeavor were wheeled toward each other on their way to be prepared for their future homes.

'Big Splat' Collision May Have Created Moon

According to a a new study, co-authored by planetary scientist Erik Asphaug, our current moon may have been formed when a smaller moon that orbited Earth crashed into it (illustrated in the graphics).

Knapp's News 7/31/11

A number of items have caught George Knapp's attention this week, including an article about scientific claims of alien life (a microbe in a meteorite is pictured).

Scientists Create Glowing Dog

South Korean scientists have created a glow-in-the-dark dog using a cloning technique that may one day lead to cures for diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.

Flying Car Gets Safety Approval

The Terrafugia Transition, a 2-seater aircraft that converts into a car, has been approved by the US National Highway Safety Administration, and could possibly be in the air/on the roads by the end of next year.

Knapp's News 7/17/11

George Knapp shares a number of items this week, including his I-Team video report on a possible serial killer in Northern Nevada.

Night Vision Contact Lenses?

According to a rumor from the Kit Up! website, members of Seal Team 6 might have been wearing advanced "cat vision" contact lenses during their raid on Osama Bin Laden's compound.

Knapp's News 6/26/11

A number of items have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including articles on Sasquatch footprints, 2010 UFO nuclear missile incident, and the skeptical viewpoint.

Knapp's News 6/24/11

Check out some of the items that have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including video footage of unknown aerial lights in the skies over Hawaii, an opinion piece at The Washington Post on the radicalization of Pakistan’s military, and an article on North Korea's latest round of nuclear tests.

Knapp's News 6/19/11

Check out some of the items that have recently captured George Knapp's attention, including this photo by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope of a glowing emerald nebula reminiscent of the ring wielded by the superhero Green Lantern.

Living Laser Beam

Medical researchers from Harvard University have created the world's first living biological laser, according to a report in the journal Nature Photonics.

An App for Astronauts

When the final shuttle mission launches in early July, it will include a pair of unlikely on-board companions: two Apple iPhones. Equipped with special software to determine altitude, document the Earth below, and detect radiation changes, the inclusion of the interstellar iPhones was only allowed after NASA was assured that they would not interfere with flight equipment. More on the story at Wired.

'Vampire Stars' Found

Astronomers have found blue stragglers, also known as "vampire stars", in the heart of our own Milky Way galaxy.

'Armchair Astronaut' Discovers Mars Anomaly

Using the map program Google Mars, David Martines, a self-described "armchair astronaut," discovered an anomalous structure on the Red Planet he's dubbed "Bio Station Alpha."

Milky Way 'Clone' Captured

An inspiring image of a gigantic Milky Way 'clone' has been captured by astronomers at the European Southern Observatory.

Knapp's News 5/29/11

George Knapp shares a number of items from the last week including a music video about chemtrails (pictured), his I-Team report on the FBI's Secret Vault, and an article on rogue planets.

A Modern 'Pirate's Treasure'

Marine archaeologists off the coast of North Carolina are sifting through a veritable treasure trove of artifacts recovered from the infamous pirate Blackbeard's wrecked ship

Rogue Planets

A surprising new finding has come from Japanese astronomers about a new class of exoplanets: A huge population of Jupiter-sized planets float through the cosmos without orbiting any parent star.

Knapp's News 5/15/11

Check out some of the items that have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including an article on 'Superflares' in the Crab Nebula (pictured), a piece about ESP, and a new theory about Roswell.

Ready for Their Close Up

A new project from the California Academy of Sciences, dubbed 'AntWeb,' aims to catalog the world's 12,000 different ant species using advanced imaging technology...

'JetMan' Flies Over Grand Canyon

On Saturday, Yves Rossy completed a flight over the Grand Canyon in his custom jet suit. The Swiss adventurer was airborne for over eight minutes, as he flew 200 feet above the canyon rim.

Russian Satellite Lights Up Sky

A Soyuz rocket carrying a military communications satellite into orbit produced a stunning display of blue light as it blazed over the Russian city of Ekaterinburg.

Knapp's News 4/17/11

Check out some of the items that have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including an article on 'Zohal,' a purported Iranian made flying saucer (pictured), two reports on the CIA, and a revealed FBI memo on animal mutilations.

Plastinated Animals on Display

A new science exhibit, Body Worlds of Animals, opened Friday at the Cologne Zoo in Germany. The bizarre display features a selection of 20 animals that have been turned into statues through plastination.

Huge Asteroid Flyby in November

Amid the announcement of two small asteroids flying by Earth today, April 6, 2011, comes a report that a huge asteroid-- 1,300 ft. in diameter-- will have a close flyby of our planet this November 8th. While the round-shaped asteroid 2005 YU55 won't be a threat to Earth this time around, it will be closely monitored by scientists.

Robotic Hacky Sack

In what could be the coolest display of useless technology, scientists have constructed hovering platforms, called quadrators, that can keep a ball in the air by bouncing it back and forth in a game of robotic hacky sack.

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