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Ring UFOs

David Sereda sent us his comparison of two unidentified objects photographed within days of each other...

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...

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...

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...

First Synthetic Life Form

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

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.

'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...

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...

Don't Talk to Aliens

Stephen Hawking has warned against trying to make contact with extraterrestrials. The world-renowned physicist believes a few alien species could be both intelligent and dangerous...

Hidden Galaxy Revealed

NASA's new space telescope WISE recently photographed a hidden spiral galaxy that is usually shrouded behind our own Milky Way...

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.

Microwave Plasma

Joshua P. Warren, provides this photo of a "microwave plasma" hovering inside a glass jar. He believes this kind of energy applies to many paranormal phenomena. For free image analysis and hi-def videos on how to create this, plus the groundbreaking, colorful "ball lightning-type" plasma that earned Warren's team a science journal cover, see his website.

Tunnels on the Moon

Terrain-mapping done by India's Chandrayaan-1 mission has reportedly located underground tunnels on the moon which might someday be suitable for human habitation. The hollow tubes were formed after volcanic lava flow.

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...

Knapp's News 3/28/10

A number of items have caught George Knapp's attention in the last week, including articles on Google Earth possibly finding the Lost City of Z (pictured), Area 51 employees speaking out, and a video purported to show alien visitation...

Home-made Space Pics

Amateur aerospace photographer Robert Harrison has captured amazing pictures of Earth using a digital camera, weather balloon, GPS locator, and some duct tape. The $750 device can travel to an altitude of more than 20 miles, where the balloon pops (because of air pressure) and sends the camera parachuting back to the surface. Harrison's images are so spectacular that NASA has reportedly been in contact with him. More from ABC News.

Microwave Plasma

Joshua P. Warren provides this photo of a "microwave plasma" hovering inside a glass jar. He believes this kind of energy applies to many paranormal phenomena...

David Darling Panels

David Darling sent us two panels of images to accompany his presentation. The above panel shows Viking I, Mars magnetite, and Mars methane...

Knapp's News 3/21/10

Check out some of the links that have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including stories about a supposed UFO fragment, a Cro Magnon Skull (pictured) and an interview with Dan Aykroyd...

Military Experts Develop Chili Grenade

India has unveiled a non-lethal hand grenade loaded with ground seeds from the bhut jolokia, the world's hottest chili. In trials, dust from the grenade blinded subjects for hours and left them with respiratory difficulties. Military experts believe the new weapon will help drive terrorists out of their hideouts. More at Ananova.

Want to own a jetpack?

New Zealand's Martin Aircraft Company has developed the world's first commercially available jetpack. The device, powered by a 200-horsepower engine, has a range of 31 miles, can travel up to 63 miles per hour, and (theoretically) reach 8,000 feet in altitude. The company expects to begin selling units to individuals later this year... for about $100,000. Video and photos at FOXNews.com.

Warren Transcript & Photo

Joshua P. Warren sent us this photo of a free-floating plasma being created by his L.E.M.U.R. Lab. You can also read excerpts from a one-hour transcript from Joshua's recent Streamlink Chat...

Solar UFOs

David Sereda follows activity on the sun like investors follow Wall Street. He writes: "The giant UFOs showing up on NASA's extreme Ultraviolet (invisible light) solar cameras may be trying to work with the sun's energy. Psychic intuitive sessions have shown...

1983 ESP Special

An excerpt from a 1983 NOVA special on ESP & remote viewing features an interview with Russell Targ...

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