I hope you all had a terrific weekend.
- Say hello to the Pentagon’s Active Denial System, a weapon that shoots a 100’000 watt beam of invisible radio waves which stops a person in their tracks.
- Physicists have developed a way to turn heat into sound to make electricity.
- Australian government hopes to close a loophole in International Whaling Commission rules that allows Japan to slaughter whales for scientific research.
- Breakthroughs in stealth technology brings warships closer to invisibility. It’s the Philadelphia Experiment meets Star Trek.
- Another chilling article on the mysterious deaths of 9 Russian skiers in 1959.
- Here’s footage of the new X-Files film, smuggled from Wondercon last month. Billy Connolly’s presence means the monster will be box jellyfish (skip 6 mins in).
- An interview with our favourite hairy expert, Loren Coleman.
- Bad news for Katya: Italians are among the most spied upon people in Europe.
- French aviation expert reveals secret UN meetings discussing UFO disclosure. I wasn’t invited; they don’t even send me a birthday card anymore.
- Veteran peace officer who served on protective detail for five Texas governors is the latest Stephenville UFO witness to go on public record.
- The origins and composition of meteorite that hit Peru remain a mystery.
- Anonymous source claims to have pictures of Nibiru. What do you think?
- For evidence of a lost twin to our sun that is more trustworthy, Lost Star of Myth and Time by Walter Cruttenden is a must-read (Amazon US or UK).
- Japanese scientists have evidence of another planet up to two-thirds the size of Earth in the far reaches of the solar system.
- A wobble in Alpha Centauri could reveal an Earth-like planet.
- Mysteries of Venus explained by collision and merging of protoplanetary bodies.
- New research discounts a 2006 report that liquid water has flowed on Mars in the past decade.
- Scientists say satellite images reveal the Maya caused their own demise through self-induced climate change.
- German treasure hunters have stopped digging for Russia’s Amber Room gold, pillaged by the Nazis in WWII, due to arguments over how to proceed.
- Survey finds some Harry Potter fans show signs of addiction and withdrawal after finishing the final novel. This explains why Kat couldn’t do the news today.
Quote of the Day:
“There are many examples of old, incorrect theories that stubbornly persisted, sustained only by the prestige of foolish but well-connected scientists. Many of these theories have been killed off only when some decisive experiment exposed their incorrectness.”