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Robot dog equipped with a sniper rifle unveiled
Robot dog equipped with a sniper rifle unveiled
A robotics firm with a history of building dog-like robots has now produced one with a large gun on its back.— Unexplained Mysteries

Most Recent

Remains of 29 people buried as offerings more than 1,000 years ago discovered in a pre-Inca temple
Remains of 29 people buried as offerings more than 1,000 years ago discovered in a pre-Inca temple
Researchers found four tombs in the Huaca Santa Rosa de Pucalá dig site, in the Lambayeque region of Peru, with the remains of children and teenagers.— Mail Online
Jupiter hit by another space rock in rare views captured by Japanese skywatchers
Jupiter hit by another space rock in rare views captured by Japanese skywatchers
It's tough to be the biggest planet in the solar system, and this fall Jupiter is taking a beating.— LiveScience
White House delays release of JFK assassination files 'to protect against identifiable harm'
White House delays release of JFK assassination files 'to protect against identifiable harm'
The White House said the national archivist needs more time for a review into that redaction, which was slowed by the pandemic.— CBS News
Haunted Houses: The Untold Ghost Stories of Broadway
Haunted Houses: The Untold Ghost Stories of Broadway
If you think the Phantom is the only ghostly character to take up residency on Broadway, think again!— Broadway World
Oldest known drawing of a ghost discovered
Oldest known drawing of a ghost discovered
A depiction of a ghost dating back 3,500 years has been found deep in the vaults of the British Museum.— Unexplained Mysteries
May-Stringer House owns its 'Florida's most haunted' title
May-Stringer House owns its 'Florida's most haunted' title
The Victorian home has had reports over the years of cold spots, mists and the sound of a crying child.— Tampa Bay Times
Our ancestors had tails. Why don't we?
Our ancestors had tails. Why don't we?
We can thank a random gene mutation millions of years ago for our tailless anatomy.— Popular Mechanics
Start-up develops flying vehicle dubbed Jetson One that 'anyone can own and fly'
Start-up develops flying vehicle dubbed Jetson One that 'anyone can own and fly'
The single-seat kit-copter can zoom along at 63mph thanks to its lightweight aluminum and carbon fiber frame and 118 horesepower engine.— Mail Online
Satellite fleets risk collisions in space, former NASA head says
Satellite fleets risk collisions in space, former NASA head says
Thousands of communications satellites proposed by dozens of companies pose a risk of ruinous collisions in space, a former chief of the U.S. space agency said Thursday.— Bloomberg
Silicon Valley entrepreneur Sam Altman wants to scan your eyes in exchange for free cryptocurrency
Silicon Valley entrepreneur Sam Altman wants to scan your eyes in exchange for free cryptocurrency
The company has so far amassed over 100,000 users globally already, and aims to hit the 1 billion user milestone by 2023.— CNBC
World's biggest underwater eruption birthed skyscraper-size volcano
World's biggest underwater eruption birthed skyscraper-size volcano
It's hanging out underwater near Madagascar.— Live Science
The Nightmares of Halloween
The Nightmares of Halloween
Research on nightmares sheds light on the unconscious creativity of Halloween.— Psychology Today
Skinwalker Ranch increases surveillance with new hi-tech cameras
Skinwalker Ranch increases surveillance with new hi-tech cameras
The new system being used is from a Utah company called LiveView Technologies (LVT).— Mystery Wire
This British University Has an Archive of Ye Olde Haunted Houses
This British University Has an Archive of Ye Olde Haunted Houses
The University of Sheffield's National Fairground and Circus Archive includes tens of thousands of images of carnival attractions.— Atlas Obscura
Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth
Inside the Experiment to Create Mars on Earth
A hostile landscape. Cramped quarters. Dehydrated food. A photographer takes part in an attempt to live on another planet.— Smithsonian Magazine
The Historian of Hell and the Undead Takes on Dragons
The Historian of Hell and the Undead Takes on Dragons
Medieval expert Scott Bruce delves into the darker—and sometimes more hopeful—corners of human imagination.— Atlas Obscura
Smells like witch spirit: How the ancient world’s scented sorceresses influence ideas about magic today
Smells like witch spirit: How the ancient world’s scented sorceresses influence ideas about magic today
Witches in ancient literature use smells even more aggressively than their real-life counterparts did.— The Conversation
This New Deep Space Propulsion System Rides Like a Leaf on the Solar Wind
This New Deep Space Propulsion System Rides Like a Leaf on the Solar Wind
Plasma Magnet Propulsion can revolutionize interplanetary travel, we just need to ride the wind.— The Debrief
Woman falls in love with 'ghost of a Victorian soldier'
Woman falls in love with 'ghost of a Victorian soldier'
A guest on the UK's 'This Morning' TV show this week had a rather peculiar and otherworldly tale to tell.— Unexplained Mysteries
Vikings Were in the Americas Exactly 1,000 Years Ago
Vikings Were in the Americas Exactly 1,000 Years Ago
By studying tree rings and using a dash of astrophysics, researchers have pinned down a precise year.— New York Times
Scientists create most detailed map of Uranus' mysterious auroras to date
Scientists create most detailed map of Uranus' mysterious auroras to date
Scientists have imaged the whole globe of Uranus in the infrared part of the light spectrum for the first time.— Space.com
Can Cats See Ghosts? Here's What Animal Planet Star Jackson Galaxy Says
Can Cats See Ghosts? Here's What Animal Planet Star Jackson Galaxy Says
With their super vision and hearing, it's not too far outside the realm of possibility to think our cats might be able to sense more than we do.— Daily Paws
Thousands of tiny ‘ice needles’ may explain mysterious stone patterns on Earth … and Mars
Thousands of tiny ‘ice needles’ may explain mysterious stone patterns on Earth … and Mars
These stunning patterns have an unlikely designer.— Live Science
Samples from China mission show Moon 'active' more recently than thought
Samples from China mission show Moon 'active' more recently than thought
A Chinese spacecraft carried lunar rocks and soil to Earth last year.— AFP
Dog-sized scorpion once roamed the waters off prehistoric China
Dog-sized scorpion once roamed the waters off prehistoric China
The massive mixopterid was nearly a meter in length.— Tech Radar
This 5,300-year-old mummy revealed the history behind tattoos for healing and religion
This 5,300-year-old mummy revealed the history behind tattoos for healing and religion
Ötzi, the glacier mummy, has dozens of tattoos on its body.— CNN
The Earth Is Inside an Enormous Cosmic Tunnel, New Research Proposes
The Earth Is Inside an Enormous Cosmic Tunnel, New Research Proposes
The new model proposes a filament-like magnetic tunnel encompassing the entire solar system, explaining two mysterious features of the sky.— Motherboard
How Modern Society May Have Ruined Biological Sleep
How Modern Society May Have Ruined Biological Sleep
Sleep onset was determined not by a set bedtime, but by whether there were things to do.— Inverse
Nebra Sky Disc: British Museum to display world's 'oldest map of stars'
Nebra Sky Disc: British Museum to display world's 'oldest map of stars'
The Nebra Sky Disc is widely believed to be 3,600 years old, dating from the Bronze Age.— BBC News

Last Night

Tapping Technique / Peopling of the Americas
Tapping Technique / Peopling of the Americas
Brad Yates discussed how he combines hypnosis training and energy psychology to help people find greater success and health using EFT tapping. Followed by M.K. Davis, who revealed how humans, including giants, came into the Americas, and the evidence they left behind.
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