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Homemade Spacecraft Rises To 100,000 Feet, Videos Trip.  All Is Well...



Aurora Outburst Over Norway...


Haarp And The Impending Disaster From Above...




Atom smasher ramps up chase for 'God particle'


 CERN Scientists Eye Parallel Universe Breakthrough


 Bat Disease Threatens to Close America’s Caves...



Hadron Collider In Cern, Switzerland.  Will It Change Our World???


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Most Incredible Volcano Footage Ever!!!



DNA Factory Plans To Open Within Six Months...


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U.S. warned of threat worse than Katrina, plague, WWII.  Millions could die: 'This is clearly not something you ever want to experience'


Video Of Largest Nuclear Bomb Ever Exploded.











Cockroach Brains.  Coming Soon To A pharmacy Near You...



Gauging The Threat Of EMP...



The Earth's magnetic poles flip around every 200,000 years or so, with north becoming south and vice versa...


Millions Of Bats Are Dying.  Mysterious Fungus To Blame???  Will We Be Overrun With Insects???

One Million Bats Eat Over 350 Tons Of Insects Per Night...




Electronic Armageddon...  NASA Is Worried, So Should You Be!!!


 "A Giant Among Giants"



 Bees Tend To Be More Creative In Morning...




Planes You've Never Seen Before...



Mysterious Black Helicopter...




Electronic Pulse Threat...


New Supersonic Concept Plane...



Understanding the EMP Threat Could Save Your Life...




Creation of Earth's 1st Synthetic Life: Could There be Unintended Consequences?

This is “the first self-replicating species we’ve had on the planet whose parent is a computer.” Dr. Craig Venter -pioneer of the human genome 2010 might be looked back on as the year of the Earth's first non-biological self-replicating species. The genome pioneer J. Craig Venter has taken another step in his quest to create synthetic life by synthesizing an entire bacterial genome and using it to take over a cell.

Read more: http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2010/05/the-earths-1st-synthetic-life-could-there-be-unintended-consequences.html


10 Deadliest Creatures From The Sea



Honey Bees Disappearing: Still A Problem

The 2010 prognosis for honey bees doesn't look good, according to Jeff Pettis, Research Leader at the USDA Bee Lab. Although hard data won't be available until April, preliminary surveys of our nation's beekeepers suggest that at least as many bee colonies have died off over the winter as they have the last few years -- and possibly even more than in years past -- thanks to Colony Collapse Disorder, or CCD...

Read more: http://news.discovery.com/animals/honey-bees-disappearing-still-a-problem.html

Solar Aero's bladeless wind turbine

A research company in New Hampshire recently announced the patent of their bladeless wind turbine, which is based on a patent issued to Nikola Tesla in 1913...



Meet the nano-spiders: Ready to invade your body

The DNA robots that could one day be walking through your body

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1278133/Meet-nano-spiders-The-DNA-robots-day-walking-body.html


Inexpensive metal catalyst discovered for electrolytic production of hydrogen from water

The hydrogen economy that may one day replace the hydrocarbon economy came a step closer this week with the announcement that researchers have discovered an inexpensive new proton reduction catalyst - seventy times cheaper than the platinum commonly used now - that can significantly reduce the costs of producing hydrogen using electrolysis to split water into molecules of hydrogen and oxygen.

Hydrogen gas, whether combusted or used in fuel cells to generate electricity, emits only water vapor as an exhaust product...

Read More: http://www.gizmag.com/molybdenum-oxo-catalyst-for-electrolytic-production-of-hydrogen/14967/

Automobile computer systems successfully hacked

Researchers have shown that it's possible to take away driver control of a moving vehicle by remotely hacking into relatively insecure computer systems common in modern automobiles. The team managed to break into key vehicle systems to kill the engine, apply or disable the brakes and even send cheeky messages to radio or dashboard displays.
Read More: http://www.gizmag.com/vehicle-computer-systems-hacks/15156/


TSAR Nuclear Explosion Video.  The Most Powerful Nuclear Weapon Ever Detonated...




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