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  • NASA Debunks ‘Knowing’ and ‘2012’ 0 CommentsPosted by on November 14, 2011 under News, Science, Space
    A couple of years ago Dark City director Alex Proyas made a big budget sci-fi movie titled "Knowing" that showed the end of the world. The apocalypse in his doomsday movie was caused by a massive solar flare that wiped out the entire planet in a avalanche of fire. Then Roland Emmerich destroyed the world in "2012" by having a solar flare melt the core of the Earth. Now NASA has completely debunked... more.
  • The White House Denies UFO Coverup (Duh) 0 CommentsPosted by on November 7, 2011 under News, Science, Space
    Responding to a petition demanding the government disclose information about UFOs and aliens, the White House denied that any information was being covered up. Really? And the sheep out there already accept this answer? If people are so willing to swallow whatever the White House tosses in their face, we really are doomed. Here's their more.
  • Brainstorm Becomes Real 0 CommentsPosted by on September 23, 2011 under News, Science
    The 1983 movie Brainstorm was a scifi tale of scientists who were able to record people's memories on a tape for other people to experience. This may not be too far away as scientists have revealed that they can now reconstruct what someone has seen from their brain waves. ABC News has the full ... more.
  • Astronomers Discover Tatooine 0 CommentsPosted by on September 15, 2011 under News, Science, Space, Star Wars
    Just in time to cash in on the Star Wars Blu-Ray hype, astronomers have discovered a planet that NASA and SETI are calling Tatooine. According to CNN, the planet is 200 light years away in the constellation Cygnus. As it was discovered with the Kelper telescope, it's official name ... more.
  • Dinosaur Feathers Discovered 0 CommentsPosted by on under News, Science
    Despite NASA revealing their new rocket, this is the coolest science story of the week. Paleontologists in Alberta have discovered dinosaur feathers encased in amber. This is the first time real three-dimensional dinosaur features have... more.
  • Endeavor’s Final Mission Poster Spoofs Star Trek 0 CommentsPosted by on May 16, 2011 under Science, Space
    The Space Shuttle Endeavor has launched its final mission, and NASA has decided to tip its hat to Star Trek one last time. With the first Space Shuttle being named Enterprise, after Star Trek fans bombarded NASA with demands, Endeavor's final mission has a Star Trek-inspired poster. The crew poster NASA created fo... more.
  • Captain Kirk Wakes Up Discovery 0 CommentsPosted by on March 7, 2011 under Science, Space, Videos
    Every morning, the Space Shuttle crew receives a special wake up call from NASA. With this being the final voyage of Discovery, and with the shuttle due to land for the final time this week, William Shatner recorded a special wake up call for the crew this morning which was accompanied by the theme to the Original Series. Here's the text of what he said, and you can hear in it the video that NASA ... more.
  • Is Wikileaks About to Unleash the UFO War? 19 CommentsPosted by on January 3, 2011 under Science, Space
    Right before everyone's favorite person Julian Assange was arrested as part of the CIA Honey Pot that has him ensnared, he did an interview with the Guardian in the UK where he says that some of the leaked cables that he has mention UFOs. Now, a European site claims to have details that these leaked cables deal... more.
  • Is this a Time Traveler in 1928? Nope! 6 CommentsPosted by on October 26, 2010 under Science, Tech, Videos
    This is a video that's been spreading like wildfire over the 'net in the last 24 hours, and even Roger Ebert posted it to his blog. What you see below is a clip from the special features on the Charlie Chaplin "The Circus" DVD that shows archival footage of the film's 1928 premiere in Hollywood. In the footage you can see what appears to be a woman walking down the street and talking into a cell p... more.
  • NASA’s brewing something big regarding Kepler 0 CommentsPosted by on August 25, 2010 under Science, Space
    NASA's Kepler mission, which is an in-progress search for habitable planets, apparently has found...something. And it could be big. Very big. Today, NASA's Ruslan Belikov gave a lecture at the SETI Institute about imaging an Earth-like planet that may be discovered by Kepler. This lecture isn't available online yet, but SETI usually posts them on Youtube more.
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