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Friday, 27. October 2006
News & Stories
What are the chances of aliens sniffing us out? by New Scientist Space.
Decades of passively monitoring microwave frequencies have failed to find any evidence of signals from extraterrestrial civilisations. Frustrated by the long silence, some researchers want to start transmitting signals towards nearby stars with possible habitable planets in a plan called "active SETI". However, others warn that this would be the equivalent of "shouting in the jungle", and that it is better to keep quiet for the time being.
Wildcat Mountain’s Secret by Vernon County Broadcaster.
"Most often it’s a wildcat," the man said. "That’s what I saw. Now some people don’t know what a wildcat is. So there’s been all sorts of confusion about bobcats, lynx and mountain lions... Now some say the form of the ghost goes way back. Back before the gold. I’ve seen the wildcat. He changes his size from house-cat size to big old Buick size. But sometimes you see just the shadow and not the cat himself."
Russian miracle water can cure cancer and restore youth by Pravda.
Ahhh Pravda, we love you!
Russian scientists have discovered the cure for all diseases. Such claims from the doctors in local clinics might seem absurd at first. But do not rush to conclusions. Researchers of two well-known Russian institutes have almost simultaneously without contacting each other come up with “live” and “dead” water. Both have equal chances to become the cure for all sicknesses! MK reporters went in for an interview and a sip of miracle liquid.
Mysterious miniature creatures could reign on Earth 20,000 years ago
Legend has it: why scientists are turning to myths for inspiration by The Independent.
The Oracle at Delphi is one of several myths now being investigated by geologists to see whether such stories have any basis in fact. The relatively new science of geomythology could provide rational explanations for mythical events. But studying elements of a myth may also lead to new insights or discoveries in geology - a science that took its name from that same goddess, Ge.
Werewolves of Elkhorn by Time Out Chicago.
The hype has subsided, but the sightings continue—the most recent was in 2004. So here we sit, car lights dim and hopes high, scanning the brush and nearby cornfields, listening for howling coyotes or any other animal sounds. We’ve been waiting for hours…but nothing. No werewolves or manwolves; not even a goddamn Bigfoot. The werewolf known as the Beast of Bray Road is probably laughing at us. Or maybe he’s waiting to tear our lungs out.
Wow! Striking Green Comet Suddenly Visible in Evening Sky by Space.com.
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