A rancher captured this creature and made a few failed attempts at drowning it. He then left it in water overnight and that did the job. This rancher was supposedly burned to death in his car a few days later… Continue reading
The images come from Google Earth and can be seen by anyone using this wonderful application. I came across these “Unidentified Underwater Anomalies – UWA’s” while researching various places in the mountain region of Peru.
As you probably know, there… Continue reading
“It would be well if this entity were to seek either of the three phases of the ways and means in which those records of the activities of individuals were preserved — the one in the Atlantean land,… Continue reading
The imaging system on board NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) recently had its first of many opportunities to photograph the Apollo landing sites. The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC) imaged five of the six Apollo sites with the narrow angle… Continue reading
Anyone with a cool $4 million and change might consider doing what 43 other people have done, and sign up for an orbital space vacation in 2012 with Galactic Suite Space Resort. The Barcelona-based company plans to open the first… Continue reading
Skyfish is a flying organism, flying at speeds up to 1,000 miles per hour. This speed made skyfish undetectable to the naked human eyes. Appearing form a cave 1300 feet straight down, so deep it would hold the entire Empire… Continue reading
Scary beauty surrounds Cameron Barrows. He works in lush groves of fan palms that erupt like mirages from moonscape terrain. Hot springs bubble beneath them. Sand dunes drift nearby.
“It’s an amazing place,” said Barrows, director of the Coachella Valley… Continue reading
Getting troops to the fight can be as difficult as winning it. And for modern-day soldiers, the sites of conflict are so far-flung, and the political considerations of even flying over another country so complicated, that rapid entry has become… Continue reading
On 27 December, COROT is to be launched into space on a unique astronomy mission: its twin goals are to detect exoplanets orbiting around other stars and to probe the mysteries of stellar interiors as never before. . . .… Continue reading
Stealth jets? Hypersonic bombers? What’s really being developed at the military’s most famous classified base?
On a trip to las vegas in 2004, observing from my east-facing hotel room in the pyramidal Luxor Hotel at daybreak, I watched a fleet… Continue reading