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Dreaming ‘hot zone’ found at the back of the brain

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THE stuff of dreams has bewildered science for years, but a new study has found a so-called “hot zone” near the back of the brain that is always active during dreaming. The study also confirmed that dreaming does not just…

Neil Armstrong and the Men in Black?

ALTHOUGH Neil Armstrong’s FBI file is not overflowing with mystery, it’s still well worth noting it, and for several intriguing reasons. The file -- on the first man to step on the surface of our nearest neighbor, the Moon --…

Walton abduction soil analysis suggests anomalous event

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THE name Travis Walton is well known within UFO circles. The (in?)famous abduction story that took place in Arizona’s Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest made international headlines. While the case does have its detractors, a recent soil study of the site has…

Dead Aliens Stored In Underground Bunkers?

THIS past weekend I spoke at the annual Edinburg, Texas “Out Of This World” conference. The subject: mysterious deaths in the field of Ufology. During the course of the gig, one of the attendees asked -- given the various books…

Albert Bender’s Woman in Black

ALBERT Bender, author of the 1962 book, Flying Saucers and the Three Men, is inextricably linked to the enigma of the Men in Black. For that reason alone, it’s baffling that practically every researcher and author that has ever commented…

The global jellyfish crisis in perspective

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SEEN from high above, a jellyfish bloom is a single mass, a brushstroke on the ocean’s vast surface. Zoom in closer and the streaks begin to resolve themselves, separating into hundreds of individual pulsing forms that resemble animated contact lenses…

Large asteroid to hurtle past Earth on April 19

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PARIS (AFP) -- An asteroid as big as the Rock of Gibraltar will streak past Earth on April 19 at a safe but uncomfortably close distance, according to astronomers. “Although there is no possibility for the asteroid to collide with…

Into the Ghostly Gloom: Strange tales of haunted caves

CAVES are already inherently spooky places as it is. With their cold, rock walls, claustrophobic dark tunnels, and eerie caverns bathed in perpetual night, these are already innately scary, although also ofttimes beautiful places. Yet there are caves that have…

America, China, and Russia are testing hypersonic weapons

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AIR Force Chief Scientist Greg Zacharias reports that the United States military will be using hypersonic weapons systems sometime in the next decade. In a recent interview with sports blog and military watchdog site Scout.com, Zacharias stated the the U.S.…

Brazil, Mexico make first deposits to ‘doomsday’ data vault

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CONSIDERING all the concern over the preservation and protection of data as of late, it seems only fitting to see the debut of a specialized library where copies of the world’s most precious written words -- rare texts, historically significant…
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