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Best of Listeners' Images-- 2004

We've dug through the vaults of the old Coast to Coast AM website, and now happily present to you the best of our listener submitted images from 2004. View the gallery of 100 photos.

Knapp's News 1/16/11

Check out some of the items that have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including a paper by Jacques Vallee, an interactive UFO map, and a report of a 'Dogman' sighting.

Zodiac Sign Changes?

Minnesota astronomy professor Parke Kunkle set the internet abuzz this week after suggesting the astrological calendar is all wrong -- off by about a month.

Smallest Yet Exoplanet

Pictured is an artist's concept of Kepler-10b, a newly discovered rocky planet that is the closest size to Earth of the all exoplanets yet found.

Meteoric Miss

Astronomer Mark Thompson may have been slightly embarrassed after missing a meteor during the live broadcast of the BBC's Stargazing Live series.

Water-Powered Jet Pack

A futuristic water-powered jet pack was unveiled at the recent London International Boat Show.

Knapp's List of Lists

George Knapp has selected a group of year-end Top 10 lists for your perusal, including the top news, paranormal, cryptozoological, and weird stories of the year. Pictured: 'The Montauk Monster.'

Knapp's News 12-26-10

Check out some of the items that have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including articles on men with glowing red eyes, the monitoring of America, and a video related to New Zealand's release of UFO information.

Saturn's 'Blue' Moon

A photo of Saturn's 'blue moon,' Rhea, was recently snapped by the Cassini spacecraft.

Real-life Tron Lightcycle

Parker Brothers Choppers in Florida has unveiled a stunning street-legal recreation of the iconic Tron Lightcycle.

Robot Restaurant

A new restaurant in China features six waitress robots. While the robots can serve up to 100 people, the food (a kind of fondue) is still prepared by humans.

Microbes Redefine Life

The search for life on other worlds just got more interesting, when scientists announced today they had trained microbes (pictured) to eat arsenic, in lieu of phosphorus.

Knapp's News 11/21/10

A number of items have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including articles on a 'Dorito'-shaped UFO seen over the UK (pictured), a mysterious 'radar smudge' detected in Australia, and a revival of interest in exorcisms.

Taiwan's 'Technology Tree'

The skyline in Taichung, Taiwan will soon feature a breathtaking new tower that is designed to resemble a tree

Gianninoto Images

Gordon James Gianninoto provided us with images related to what he believes is the arrival of Planet X.

Deciphering an Old Dog's Trick

In an attempt to design better appliances, physicists have turned to nature in order to learn the secrets of how animals shake themselves dry...

Paper Plane Snaps Space Photos

Three British space enthusiasts captured some stunning high-altitude photos with a balloon-launched paper airplane equipped with cameras.

Basiago's Time Travel Photo

Andrew D. Basiago says this is a photo of him at age 10, in 1863 at Gettysburg, after being sent there from 1972 by DARPA's Project Pegasus.

Knapp's News 10/17/10

A number of items have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including articles on a homemade spacecraft (video still taken from craft pictured), global warming fraud, and a Serbian boy who suddenly starting speaking English.

Windmills of the Future?

Looking to overcome the issues that have slowed the proliferation of wind turbines, a New York design firm has developed the Windstalk Project...

Meet the 'Diva-Bot'

Robotics researchers in Japan have revealed their latest achievement: the HRP-4 singing robot, dubbed the 'diva-bot.'

Gliding into History

The commercial spaceflight industry took another step forward on Sunday when Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo performed its first solo glide flight...

Kevin Warwick Images

Kevin Warwick sent us some images from his research into robotics. Seen here is Warwick controlling a robotic hand with his neural signals.

Start of the Space Age

The space age began on today's date 53 years ago, when the Soviets launched the first man-made satellite into orbit, Sputnik I.

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...

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...

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