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Warp Drive Graphic

This graphic, from David Anderson's presentation Time Control Technologies and Methods, depicts the Alcubierre Warp Drive, a model in which spacetime could be stretched in a wave causing the fabric of space ahead of a spacecraft to contract...

'Underwater Plane' in the works

Billionaire entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson is currently building a $670,000 "underwater plane" called the Necker Nymph capable of diving to 130ft. The Nymph uses fighter jet-like carbon fiber wings to "fly" in the sea. Branson hopes to one day develop a submersible that can travel 35,000ft below the surface of the ocean -- deeper than Mount Everest is tall. More at The Telegraph.

The Wishing Machine

Joshua P. Warren shares this photo of his physical "Wishing Machine." For a virtual one you can use for free...

Knapp's News 1/17

Check out some of the links that have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including articles on DARPA's development of a flying military vehicle, and dolphins being declared the world's second most intelligent creatures...

Trees on Mars?

Does this photo show trees on Mars? Not according to NASA scientists, who say the tree-like structures are an optical illusion created by naturally erupting dust clouds...

How Shar-Peis Got Their Wrinkles

Geneticists have offered an explanation for the strange wrinkles of Shar-Pei dogs. They found a particular gene related to skin production, and mutations in that gene likely led to the distinctive look of the breed...

Too Much Information

As the use of spy drones over the battlefield increases, the military is facing a unique problem: keeping up with the massive amount of data that is being collected...

Knapp's News 12/29

Check out some of the links that have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including a gallery of some of the best Hubble images (planetary nebula IC 4593 is pictured), and a video of a remote controlled SR-71 Blackbird...

Knapp's Links 12/27

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

Saturn's Sugarplum Fairies

A team at NASA/JPL has created holiday movies from images of Saturn's moons taken by the Cassini spacecraft, set to the music of Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suit.

Knapp's News 12/20

A number of articles/videos have caught George Knapp's attention in the last couple of weeks, including footage of UFOs over Chile, underwater remains of a city found in the Caribbean, and a report that officials may have met with ETs in November...

Second Sky Spiral

One day after the Norway Spiral Light, which was attributed to the testing of a Russian rocket, another light was seen in the sky, this time over Russia. Phil Plait reports in his blog that the second light was caused by the testing of a Bulava missile.

Charles Ostman Images

Charles Ostman sent us a number of images which pertaining to his appearance on the 12/13/09 edition of Coast...

The Great Balloon Hunt

Across America, people are looking to the skies in hopes of spying one of 10 red balloons launched Saturday by government agency DARPA...

Wanted: One Tiny Top Hat

Scientists in England have constructed the world's smallest 'snowman' using microscopic tin beads...

Melding Man and Machine

Moving one step closer to the ultimate prosthetic, scientists have unveiled the results of their "Life Hand" experiment...

Robot Expo in Tokyo

Hundreds of robots gathered at the 2009 International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo, including a table-tennis-playing robot called Topio...

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...

Creepy Collectibles

Missing for over a century, two fingers and a tooth extracted from the body of Galileo Galilei have been rediscovered. The relics were part of a larger haul of "souvenirs" taken by fans of the legendary scientist...

Knapp's News 11/15

A number of stories have caught George Knapp's attention in the last few weeks, including stories on the "global oil scam," the mysterious death of a UK nuclear expert, and the dangers of the internet.

DARPA's Balloon Challenge

DARPA is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Internet with an unusual 'Network Challenge.' The competition is offering a $40,000 cash prize to the first person who can correctly identify the specific locations of 10 moored, 8-foot weather balloons...

Bread Breaks Large Hadron Collider

The Large Hadron Collider malfunctioned (again) after a passing bird dropped a piece of bread into the machine, causing it to overheat. The giant particle accelerator, designed to recreate conditions just after the Big Bang, has suffered a series of technical glitches recently. Some physicists have even speculated that the LHC is being sabotaged -- by itself from the future.

Lunar Hoax Material

Dr. Stephen Rorke, has provided a series of images related to the lunar hoax theory...

Knapp's News 10/18/09

A number of articles have caught George Knapp's attention in the last couple of weeks, including photos of a '727' House, a call for military robots to be banned from space, and a video that takes you to the edge of the universe...

Zombie Physics: How to Avoid the Undead

In August, mathematicians grabbed headlines with their model of an outbreak of zombie infection. Then, last month, a paper published in the journal Physical Review E considered how to survive being pursued by "random walkers," such as zombies. The bottom line: you're better off in a complex structure like a mall than stuck in a farmhouse. More at FOXNews.com.

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')...

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