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Shroud of Turin Recreation

An Italian professor of organic chemistry, Luigi Garlaschelli, says he reproduced the Shroud of Turin using materials and techniques available in the Middle Ages. This proves that the relic some believe is Christ's burial cloth is actually a medieval fake...

Multimedia: Altering Perceptions

James Nestor's site features two multimedia sections geared to alter perceptions and consciousness. Visual Highs include some fascinating optical illusions (pictured is 'The Cafe Wall')...

NASA Photo Fakery

Dr. Stephen Rorke has provided some materials to accompany his appearance on tonight's show.

Knapp's News Links 9/20

A number of articles have caught George Knapp's attention in the last few weeks, including stories about a Chinese UFO sighting, an exoplanet that defies the laws of physics, and a strange creature found in Panama...

Planck's First Images

The Planck space telescope, launched in May, has returned its first images. The observatory, positioned nearly one million miles from Earth, is surveying the radiation that happened just 380,000 years after the Big Bang...

Cydonia Institute Images

George Haas of the Cydonia Institute has sent us a set of images to accompany his presentation with Bill Saunders...

Solved Mysteries?

For decades, the cause of countless planes and ships disappearing inside the Bermuda Triangle has often been attributed to paranormal factors. However, a new BBC investigation...

Amazing Shuttle Photos

The Mail Online has posted several amazing photos of space shuttle Discovery on approach to a landing strip in California's Mojave Desert Friday. Deteriorating weather on the east coast had prevented the spaceship from landing at its home port in Florida, and extended the crews time in orbit for two additional days. NASA eventually diverted the shuttle to Edwards Air Force Base, where it glided to a safe landing.

Ghost Hunting Death?

A woman plunged three stories to her death while exploring what she may have believed to be a haunted building at the University of Toronto. However, local ghost researchers were puzzled...

New Hubble Images

The Hubble Telescope, now running with its new upgrades, is back taking stunning pictures. 8 new photos were unveiled today, including this image of the 'Butterfly Nebula.'

Dutch 'Moon Rock' Fake

An investigation by the Dutch national museum has revealed that one of its prized possessions, a rock supposedly brought back from the moon, is nothing more than a lump of petrified wood...

Calculating Your Demise

It's the age old moral quandary: if you could know how and when you will die, would you really want to know? Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are giving you the opportunity to find out for yourself...

Robot Chefs in China

A new restaurant in Nanning, China offers dishes created by two robot chefs. The restaurant, appropriately named "I Robot," has hundreds of recipes stored in computers that control the robots' movements...

Knapp's News Links 8/16

A number of articles have caught George Knapp's attention in the last week or so, including stories about the Large Hadron Collider, a 'visual time machine,' and a giant meat-eating plant...

Animated Mona Lisa Talks, Waves

Thanks to cutting edge technology Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa is now able to speak and interact with visitors at Beijing's Planning Exhibition Hall. The multimedia exhibition also gives voice to the Last Supper and other masterpieces. In related news, a mechanical lion invented by da Vinci to entertain the King of France has been brought back to life. Video reports at BBC News.

Video: Touchable Hologram

Researchers from the University of Tokyo have created a holographic image that can be "felt" with bare hands. The new technology utilizes Nintendo Wii hardware and ultrasonic waves to create the sensation of touch. In one demonstration, holographic rain drops can be seen hitting and bouncing off of an open palm. More info and video available at PhysOrg.com.

New Jetpack

A New Zealand company, Martin Aircraft, has unveiled a jetpack that can transport a passenger at a speed of 62mph for around 31 miles...

Trash Can 2.0

Meet the DustCart: a robotics project in Italy that hopes to create an on-demand garbage collection service...

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...

New Jupiter Impact

New NASA photos suggest that a large impact has occurred on Jupiter, with a possible comet-sized object hitting its south polar region. The new dark "scar" on the planet was spotted on July 20th...

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...

Moth Jams Bat Sonar

A species of tiger moth can evade hungry bats by making extra-loud clicks that jam the bats' ability to echolocate. In a study published in Science, researchers found that as long as moths could emit clicks, the bats could not catch them. However, when the scientists pierced a small hole in the moths' vibrating tymbals, the muffled moths were promptly eaten. More info and video at Wired.com.

LRO Sees Apollo Sites

NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) has captured images from five of the six Apollo sites, the space agency reported Friday. The photos show the Apollo missions' lunar module descent stages sitting on the moon's surface, with distinct shadows making the modules' locations evident. LRO should see the Apollo 12 site, the only one not yet photographed, in the coming weeks. More at NASA.

Cybug: Half-Insect, Half-Robot

The US military is experimenting with creating half-robot, half-insect "cybugs," that could function as spies and fly undetected into enemy locations. They will attempt to surgically implant microchips into insects...

Ancient Supernova

Astronomers have found the most ancient and distant supernova-- a star that detonated just 3 billion years after the Big Bang. The new technique they used to find it may reveal many other ancient supernovae...

Robo-Hummingbird Takes Flight

DARPA-contractor AeroVironment has developed a tiny drone that mimics the wing movement of a hummingbird, allowing it fly about and hover just like the actual bird...

Night Vision Video Clips

Dean Warsing has posted a set of video clips showing various aerial phenomena captured through Night Vision. In a number of the clips, they point a laser at objects in the sky...

Supersonic Flyby

A recent photo shows an Air Force F-22 Raptor as it executes a supersonic flyby over the deck of an aircraft carrier in the Gulf of Alaska. The breaking of the sound barrier is sometimes accompanied by a visual phenomenon referred to as a "vapor cone"...

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