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Agencie France Presse: A large metallic ball fell out of the sky on a remote grassland in Namibia, prompting baffled authorities to contact NASA and the European space agency. The hollow ball with a circumference of 1.1 metres (43 inches) was found near a village in the north of the country some 750 kilometres (480 miles) from ...

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The Sideshow: Residents of Cowley County, Kansas caused a sensation last week when they captured video of the military towing a concealed object on a flatbed truck down US Highway 77. It wasn't long before a wave of speculation hit, claiming the object was a UFO. Depending on the angle from which you spotted it, the 30 ...

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Dec 21, 2011 15 Comments ›› Pat Dollard

The Sideshow: The exact origins of the Turin Shroud remain a great mystery, but scientists are now disputing the long-held belief that the religious artifact is a medieval forgery. Italian researchers at the National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development say they believe the image was created by an ultraviolet "flash of light." However, ...

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Dec 21, 2011 12 Comments ›› Pat Dollard

The Sideshow: Researchers in the United Kingdom have finally solved a major piece of Stonehenge's enduring mystery: the place of origin for some of the ancient structure's most-famous rock formations. The National Museum Wales and Leicester University have identified the source as Craig Rhos-y-felin, located more than 100 miles from the Stonehenge site. But this discovery, of ...

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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — A rover of “monster truck” proportions zoomed toward Mars on an 8½-month, 354 million-mile journey Saturday, the biggest, best equipped robot ever sent to explore another planet. NASA’s six-wheeled, one-armed wonder, Curiosity, will reach Mars next summer and use its jackhammer drill, rock-zapping laser machine and other devices to search for ...

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Nov 18, 2011 5 Comments ›› Pat Dollard

Ask Men: If you know the Colonel Sanders secret recipe or the true identity of Batman, you might not want to share that with a woman. That’s because none of your secrets are safe with her -- ever. Skin-care company Simply surveyed 3,000 British women about how they treat confidential information, and the conclusion was that nothing ...

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Earth | Time Lapse View from Space, Fly Over | NASA, ISS from Michael König on Vimeo.

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Nov 7, 2011 2 Comments ›› Pat Dollard

(AP) WASHINGTON - The White House says it has no evidence that extraterrestrial creatures exist. The Obama administration made the unusual declaration Monday in response to a feature on its website that allows people to submit petitions that administration officials must respond to if enough people sign on. In this case, more than 5,000 people ...

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Asteroid 2005 YU55. Looks like the fuckin Death Star, doesn't it? "Computers just don't lie." There are these things that computer models can't accurately account for, and those are called "variables". One of which, are flaws or bugs in the program or modeling in the first place. CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla (Reuters) - A huge asteroid will ...

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Oct 18, 2011 2 Comments ›› Pat Dollard

AFP: British billionaire Richard Branson opened the world's first-ever commercial spaceport in the New Mexico desert, the new home for his company, Virgin Galactic. The eccentric businessman, with usual flair, sported a black jacket and waves of hair flying as he inaugurated the building by breaking a champagne bottle against a hanger building, while rappelling ...

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Oct 13, 2011 5 Comments ›› Pat Dollard

Space Travel.com: Iran acknowledged as a failure Wednesday its attempt to send a live monkey into space last month -- touted as its first step towards launching a man into space. "The Kavoshgar-5 rocket carrying a capsule with a live animal (a monkey) was launched during Shahrivar," an Iranian calendar month spanning August 23 to September ...

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