There’s news in them thar hills:
- SpaceX makes it to space, finally justifying the first five letters of their name.
- Canals! On Mars! What, you’ve heard it all before?
- Dipping into the Encyclopaedia of the Unusual and Unexplained is a no-brainer.
- Calls for a global monetary authority from a CFR member and Gordon Brown. NWO now!
- Close encounter with a right whale. Is it called a right whale because there’s not many left?
- Congresswoman speaks out on the bailout. You go, girl!
- When life imitates art: predictive programming in the movies.
- Hollywood was paid millions to make us smoke. And where there’s smoke, there’s…an impending class action?
- Who’s to blame for the credit crunch? Stick people.
- Planet snapped outside solar system.
- Treasure hunter says he found a portal in 1956. About time.
- The difference between a liberal and a conservative.
- Is economic collapse scarier than aliens? Let’s ask Whitley.
- Former hacker Kevin Poulsen writes another Gary McKinnon hit piece for Wired.
- The claim that UFO disclosure would cause widespread panic and economic collapse may soon be irrelevant!
- And perhaps there’s no truth in it – Kids take alien invasion in their stride. Meanwhile, the stock market runs out of underpants.
- Would that have anything to do with increasing greenhouse gas emissions?
- Teenage Mutant Punk Turtle fails to make it into the top 20 most bizarre creatures.
Quote of the Day:
Bankers own the earth. Take it away from them, but leave them the power to create money and control credit, and with a flick of a pen they will create enough to buy it back.
Sir Josiah Stamp, former President, Bank of England