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The Chicken-Footed Duck

Apr 13, 2009

In China, a duck born with chicken-like feet is reportedly scared of water. Villagers have been flocking to see the curious creature. More at Ananova.

Exoplanet Photographed

Apr 13, 2009

An exoplanet orbiting a sun similar to ours has been photographed for the first time. The new world (the circle above the star in the accompanying image) is about eight times the mass of Jupiter, and orbits its sun from a vast distance. For more on the...

The SolGen Project

Apr 13, 2009

Tonight's guest, Sir Charles Shults, sent us some images and videos related to his solar power energy research. Seen here is the SolGen Project, a ten-lense system designed to convert sunlight into steam energy.

The Wrath of Ike

Apr 13, 2009

Hurricane Ike slammed into Galveston early Saturday morning with winds in excess of 100 mph. The Category 2 storm pushed a surge of water that flooded coastal and low-lying areas, and its ferocious winds blew out office-building windows in downtown...

Ike Slams Texas

Apr 13, 2009

Gigantic Hurricane Ike made landfall on the Texas Coast early on Saturday morning. The area was under a mandatory evacuation order, and floodwaters began crashing into Galveston on Friday. The National Weather Service issued a grave warning of "certain...

9-11 Memorial Artifacts

Apr 13, 2009

As we remember the 9-11 victims on this anniversary,a temporary Tribute Center across from Ground Zero features photos and relics from the WTC attacks. In a huge hangar at JFK Airport are larger objects, such as burned out fire trucks and steel columns....

CERN Tests Begin

Apr 13, 2009

The Large Hadron Collider at CERN passed its first key tests today, firing two proton beams in opposing directions around a 17-mile underground ring. Scientists hope to use the collider to recreate the conditions a split second after the Big Bang. Click...

Video: Tumbleweed Vortex

Apr 13, 2009

Check out this video clip showing a huge vortex of tumbleweeds caught in Queensland, Australia.

Spotlight on MILABS

Apr 13, 2009

Military abductions (MILABS) have reportedly been conducted on alien abductees to learn what happened to them, or as part of a CIA mind control program. According to the UFO Encyclopedia, such abductions may also indicate the U.S. military is cooperating...

Green Polar Bears

Apr 13, 2009

Three polar bears have turned green at a zoo in central Japan. The change in their fur color was due to swimming in a pond overgrown with algae. More here.

Ian Punnett Transcript

Apr 13, 2009

Saturday host of Coast to Coast AM, Ian Punnett was our special guest in Streamlink's Live Chat on Tuesday, August 26, 2008. Below are excerpts from the Q & A; members can view the entire transcript.windycityIan, any plans on bringing R. Gary Patterson...

New Memory Study

Apr 13, 2009

For the first time, scientists have recorded specific brain cells in the act of recalling a memory. The study, conducted with epilepsy patients, revealed where a memory is stored, and how the brain goes about trying to recreate it. More at the New York...

Mel's Hole Art Exhibit

Apr 13, 2009

An art exhibit related to the tale of Mel's Hole is opening at the Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana, CA on Saturday, Sept. 6th. Titled Aspects of Mel's Hole: Artists Respond to a Paranormal Event in Radiospace, the show has a variety of contributors...

Spotlight on Aspartame

Apr 13, 2009

An artificial sweetener, 180 times as sweet as sugar, aspartame was discovered by a G.D. Searle chemist in 1965. Marketed under such names as NutraSweet and Equal, it's used in some 6,000 foods and beverages around the world. The product has been the...

New 'Zodiac' Suspect

Apr 13, 2009

A Northern California man believes his deceased stepfather, Jack Tarrance, was the infamous Zodiac killer, and he's uncovered a possible murder weapon, and other evidence. The FBI is reportedly examining the material for DNA. For more, see this initial...

Waiting for Gustav

Apr 13, 2009

Gulf Coast residents are bracing for the arrival of Hurricane Gustav. Presently a Category 3 hurricane, the impending storm has caused a massive exodus from the region and is expected to start reaching land around dawn. You can follow the path of Gustav...

Swedish Lake Monster?

Apr 13, 2009

Underwater cameras may have captured the first moving images of Sweden's version of the Loch Ness monster -- Storsjöodjuret. The images show a blurry serpent-like thing swimming through the murky waters. View video and a translated transcript at...

Pope Calls for Ban of Sculpture

Apr 13, 2009

Pope Benedict has called for a ban on a sculpture that depicts a crucified frog. The 4-foot artwork by the late German artist Martin Kippenberger shows the frog holding a beer mug in one hand, an egg in the other. More at Fox News.

Two-Headed Boy Dies

Apr 13, 2009

Thetwo-headed boy born in Bangladesh on Monday has died, it was announced today. The 12lb. baby named Kiron was taken home from the hospital because his parents couldn't afford further medical treatments. Our condolences to the family. More at the...

Bigfoot Hoax

Apr 13, 2009

First hour guest, cryptozoologist Loren Coleman presented a wrap-up on the Georgia Bigfoot hoax, and discussed Newsweek's coverage of the incident.Ted Bastien, the creator of Bugsport, sent us a couple of cartoons related to the hoax and Coleman's show...

Ancient Statue Found

Apr 13, 2009

A huge statue of the ancient Roman ruler Marcus Aurelius has been found in parts at an archaeological site in Turkey. Its colossal marble head (pictured) is just under 3ft. in height. More at BBC News.

Real Polar Bear Club

Apr 13, 2009

Recent aerial observations off the coast of Alaska picked up a surprising find: polar bears swimming as far as 65 miles away from land. Scientists speculate that the animals had been marooned due to the shrinking ice shelf and were now migrating to more...

She's Not Real

Apr 13, 2009

'Emily' (pictured) is a surprisingly lifelike animated character produced using a new modeling technology that captures minute facial expressions. Image Metrics, the company behind the animation, filmed real actress Emily O'Brien using their computer...

Alien Home Invasion?

Apr 13, 2009

YouTube user 'ufological' has posted a video (of images taken from an original video) purportedly of an alien creeping around a Florida couple's home. Check out the video here.

Sprites, Halos & Elves

Apr 13, 2009

A satellite survey has revealed the patterns of halos, sprites and elves-- brief flashes of light that appear in the upper atmosphere during thunderstorms. For more, view a video/report from New Scientist.

Jerusalem's Temple Mysteries

Apr 13, 2009

First half-hour guest, researcher David Flynn talked about mysteries of the Jerusalem Temple Mount, related to Sir Isaac Newton's belief that the Temple contained a hidden prophetic code.Pictured is a 12th century map depicting Jerusalem and its temple,...

St. Pius Remains

Apr 13, 2009

Joshua P. Warren sent us photos of the remains of St. Pius, entombed in a glass case at the Cathedral of Old San Juan. The body is covered with porcelain to mimic skin, though parts of the skeleton are visible. Visitors have reported seeing the saint's...

'Dark Star' Graphics

Andy Lloyd sent us a set of graphics to accompany his presentation.

CPTR Material

Apr 13, 2009

We received images of aerial anomalies in Marley Woods from Ted Phillips and the Center for Physical Trace Research (CPTR), as well as links to two video clips. View the material here.

The Search for Yeti

Apr 13, 2009

Yoshiteru Takahashi and a crew of experienced mountaineers set off from Tokyo on Saturday on an expedition to the Himalayas in search of the fabled yeti. Takahashi claims to have had seen the elusive creature in 2003. His group will be installing an array...

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