STAR Wars-style holograms have been brought a step closer to reality after physicists in Australia made a major breakthrough.
New motor home comes with a hot tub and its own helicopter The Elysium motorhome is the brainchild of Furrion, a US company that makes luxury tech products. It is a gadget-lover’s paradise, with widescreen TV’s, a smart toilet and a marine-grade audio system. New motor home comes with a hot tub and its own helicopter
Doubt over Everest’s true height spurs fresh expedition Satellite data suggests the 2015 quake reduced Everest’s peak – which officially stands at 8,848 metres (29,029 feet) above sea level – by anywhere between a few millimetres and an inch. Doubt over Everest’s true height spurs fresh expedition
The fatal blaze that killed three Apollo 1 astronauts A fire famously broke out in 1967 while the astronauts – Gus Grissom, Edward White and Roger Chaffee – were sitting on the launchpad during a test run in Cape Canaveral. The fatal blaze that killed three Apollo 1 astronauts
Israeli interrogators with experience in using ‘special means’ of interrogation, which involve inflicting physical pain on detainees, have described details of their methods to an Israeli newspaper.
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Weeks after the Christmas market attack in Berlin, German government reportedly issued a paper stating the country is at “high risk” of terrorist attacks carried out by “Islamist-motivated perpetrators” who may employ large amounts of chemicals to target drinking water supplies.
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French media are puzzled over the published results of the first round the left-wing primaries that took place on Sunday. Reports claim that the government is hiding the truth about the turnout.
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Apple may be delaying the launch of its new iPad models Rumours from an unnamed source speaking to Chinese website, DigiTimes, suggest that the new products are ‘still in planning’ and won’t be released until the end of the year. Apple may be delaying the launch of its new iPad models
UFO hunter claims his alien abduction was caught on camera A man who called himself John Mooner, from Newton Abbot in Devon says a ‘real alien abduction’ has been captured taking place on Google’s satellite cameras. UFO hunter claims his alien abduction was caught on camera
Is your job having negative effects on your health? Dr. Sandi Mann has shared the giveaway signs you should be looking out for and may indicate you need to hand your notice in. Is your job having negative effects on your health?
Russia unveils new weapon that can shatter any armour A team of Russian scientists have successfully tested their first railgun, which is fast enough to rip through any type of armour. The weapon relies on electromagnetic forces. Russia unveils new weapon that can shatter any armour
Roman man had his tongue RIPPED out Researchers from Historic England discovered the skeleton, believed to belong to a man in his 30s, at a Roman burial site in Stanwick, Northamptonshire. Roman man had his tongue RIPPED out
iPhone iOS 10.2.1 fixes ‘devastating’ security bugs The latest iPhone, iPad and iPod touch software issued globally by Apple, iOS 10.2.1, is an important one. The update fixes bugs that could potentially leak all your personal information. iPhone iOS 10.2.1 fixes ‘devastating’ security bugs
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Is showering every day BAD for you? Evidence says showering too much can damage the microbes that live on us. A tribe of Yanomami people in South America were found to have a much more robust microbiome than westerners (stock image) Is showering every day BAD for you?
20-year-old laptop is found with a Star-Trek interface Maine-based Chrisman01 bought the IBM Thinkpad 365XD, which was originally launched in 1996 with Windows 95 installed, but had been updated to Windows 98. 20-year-old laptop is found with a Star-Trek interface
‘Magical’ crab is named in honour of Harry Potter The crab, named Harryplax severus, lives along the coasts of Guam, an island in the western Pacific Ocean. The name also honours Harry Conley, who first found the crab. ‘Magical’ crab is named in honour of Harry Potter
Did life come to Earth from MARS? Caleb Scharf, an astronomer at Columbia University in New York suggests that if material from Mars could carry organisms on it, it is possible that we are Martian). Did life come to Earth from MARS?
Watch the magical moment a stick figure comes to life It looks like a camera trick or optical illusion is being used, but this stick figure magically comes to life without any of this help. The question is how? Watch the magical moment a stick figure comes to life
Non browning GMO apples on sale in the Midwest next month The gene responsible for causing browning has been silenced in Arctic Apples, meaning they don’t go brown from being sliced open or bruised, and only go brown when they’re actually rotting. Non browning GMO apples on sale in the Midwest next month
Many parents let children lie about their age online A survey by insurance firm Aviva found 60 per cent of parents with children aged 10 to 15 would let them pretend to be older than they actually are to get around age restrictions on social media sites. Many parents let children lie about their […]
Researchers reveal ‘alien’ life using synthetic DNA The Scripps Institute researchers modified E.coli bacteria and introduced DNA molecules not found in nature to a common bacterium. They are able to grow and reproduce as normal. Researchers reveal ‘alien’ life using synthetic DNA
Researchers find athletes are hit hard by jet lag Researchers say they’ve documented an unseen drag on major league baseball players that can wipe out home field advantage and ruin a team’s chances. Researchers find athletes are hit hard by jet lag
War and instability bought down Mayan society twice Researchers from the University of Arizona used 154 radiocarbon dates from Ceibal – the largest set ever obtained from a single Maya site. This revealed similar patterns in two major collapses. War and instability bought down Mayan society twice
Hermit crab caterpillar uses leaves to build its own shell Researchers have discovered a ‘hermit crab caterpillar’ in the Amazon rainforest in Peru that wraps itself in a leafy tube to protect itself from predators. Hermit crab caterpillar uses leaves to build its own shell
The new presidency hadn’t even started and another “UFO event” got tied in with Donald Trump. Paul Seaburn has the video footage from a report in the MUFON Case Management System (81655). Mundane explanations have been advanced for the two blurs appearing on the January 19th video, and we noted last November 21st that the “UFO” photographed during an August, 2015 Trump primary campaign stop was satisfyingly identified by MUFON’s Iowa State Director. See that Open Minds article at Trump UFO was Bird or Bug. Roger Marsh provides a rather more interesting report that a Georgia Witness Describes UFO Chased by Military Helicopter, which relates a most unusual hot tub experience generating an “Unknown” MUFON case conclusion for the December 2 Cumming sighting. The tubular-shaped object in this instance was silent, but we have a “growler” in the subject of Canadian Witness Videotapes Hovering UFO. Of course, it’s the aerial object that was making the noise that early December 23rd evening, not the excited New Brunswick woman who took camera phone video of the thing as it was swiftly moving away. Hopefully the MUFON Provincial Director can figure this one out. (WM)
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The author of this piece omits to tell the reader what year the event occurred, but nurses at a children’s hospital were spooked by UFOs overhead and by the appearance of a strange MIB peering in the windows. A subsequent police investigation found no explanation for these odd events. Meanwhile Glasgow Boy is still Hunting down the Taylor Film of Nessie, as reported here a few days ago and would appreciate any info. GB is also keen to know more about That Man Gasparini, an Italian journalist who claimed to have “invented the Loch Ness Monster back in 1933.” Don your deerstalkers, Anomalists, and see what you can find. (LP)
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Rich Reynolds muses on the fact that people have been seeing and, in various ways, reporting, things outside the norm for centuries. He avers “that people report what they see rather accurately, even taking into account the vicissitudes of observational malfunction,” and that discounting these reports is neither scientific nor sensible. Whatever their ultimate origin, what is seen is a part of the total environment, however one wants to characterize that environment. Comments regarding the 1994 Trumbull County, Ohio police-UFO encounter allow Reynolds to emphasize that an observation may be accurately reported, yet interpreted in a number of different ways. An example of this is the article entitled Colombia: Mysterious Phenomenon in the Skies Northeast of Antioquia. Although the stimulus may not have been as long-lasting or as basically weird as other phenomena often reported, many of Reynolds’ themes resonate throughout this account, as is true for many good cases. We live in an interesting place. (WM)
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For the first time ever, transgender children will be allowed to join Rainbows, Brownies and Girl Guides in a landmark move that breaks 107 years of tradition. Transgender women will also be able to become leaders, also known as Brown Owls. […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
Android pattern locks can be cracked in just FIVE attempts Researchers created tracking software to monitor a user’s finger movement. It does not require the screen to be in shot, and works from up to 2.5m away, the team claims. Android pattern locks can be cracked in just FIVE attempts
Professor Einstein AI robot that can walk and talk Hanson Robotics has built an Artificial Intelligence minibot that talks, walks and looks like famed physicist Albert Einstein. The robot can solve math problems and even hold a conversation. Professor Einstein AI robot that can walk and talk
Ruins discovered in Israel could be 12th century synagogue Archaeologists have unearthed what could be the ancient remains of a synagogue in a village near Israel’s Sea of Galilee. It was built during the 12th and 13th centuries. Ruins discovered in Israel could be 12th century synagogue
Southern Californians react to unique cloud formation Southern Californians saw a rare cloud formation made for a unique daytime sky. The atmospheric phenomenon is a strange cloud formation of fallstreak, or hole-punch, clouds. Southern Californians react to unique cloud formation
WASHINGTON — President Trump formally abandoned the Trans-Pacific Partnership on Monday, pulling away from Asia and scrapping his predecessor’s most significant trade deal on his first full weekday in office, administration officials said. Mr. Trump sharply criticized the partnership agreement […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
What can mackerel and a volcano say about climate change? What could an Indonesian volcanic eruption, a 200-year-old climate disaster and a surge in the consumption of mackerel tell us about today’s era of global warming? What can mackerel and a volcano say about climate change?
Regulators launch probe into Yahoo over cyber attacks The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating whether two data breaches at Yahoo should have been reported sooner to investors. Regulators launch probe into Yahoo over cyber attacks
Strange roman artifact shaped like a ham was a clock Wesleyan’s Christopher Parslow used 3D printing to create an exact replica of the ‘pork clock’ to try and work out how to use it. Strange roman artifact shaped like a ham was a clock
Russian stargazers baffled by bright UFO At first it seems nothing more than a tiny light in the sky. But when the advanced camera zooms in, the luminous object appears more like a large ball with microstructures visible within. Russian stargazers baffled by bright UFO
Collision 466m years ago showered Earth in space rocks Researchers gathered samples of micrometeorites from a now-exposed ancient seafloor in Russia. This revealed a difference in meteorites that fell before 466 million years ago. Collision 466m years ago showered Earth in space rocks
Samsung’s Galaxy S8 launch delayed due to battery problems Samsung mobile chief Koh Dong-jin confirmed the phone would not get a launch event at the MWC event in Barcelona, which begins on Feb. 27, unlike the previous Galaxy S smartphones. Samsung’s Galaxy S8 launch delayed due to battery problems
University of Navarra says lycra has reverse effect Researchers at the University of Navarra in Spain investigated whether compression tops really help to reduce body temperature during exercise. University of Navarra says lycra has reverse effect
Amazon to begin selling car parts directly to owners Online retail giant Amazon has made deals with auto part manufacturers to expand the auto parts arm of its business, as Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is set on taking control over the $50 billion cart parts industry. Amazon to begin selling car parts directly to […]
Paris tests electric driverless minibus to fight pollution In a city hit by chronic pollution and traffic problems, Paris officials are experimenting with a self-driving shuttle linking two train stations in the French capital. They will be tested until early Apri. Paris tests electric driverless minibus to fight pollution
Sprint buys 33% of Jay Z’s streaming service Ti Telecom giant Sprint said Monday it would buy one-third of rap mogul Jay Z’s Tidal streaming platform, breathing new life into a service whose star power has failed to translate into market dominance. Sprint buys 33% of Jay Z’s streaming service Ti
The £30 ‘bubble bowl’ chair for CATS Designed by Yan Law, from Hong Kong, the see-through cat bowls are selling on the crowdfunding website Kickstarter. The invention, is made of an acrylic bowl attached to metal wires. The £30 ‘bubble bowl’ chair for CATS
It sure looks like they’re right. “The Data Lounge” is one of the top gay politics and gossip websites since 1995. Screenshot below from Data Lounge story here. They ask? Is he trying to be provocative with that t-shirt or […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
Is THIS what the iPhone 8 will look like? The concept by Imran Taylor from Manila has a slim stainless steel band connecting tapered glass edges at both front and rear of the phone Is THIS what the iPhone 8 will look like?