NASA Debunks ‘Knowing’ and ’2012′
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad 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 Jeremy Conrad 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.
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Two-Hour Space Shuttle Documentary Narrated by William Shatner
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on July 8, 2011 under News, Space
In about ten minutes from this posting, the Space Shuttle Atlantis will launch from Kennedy for the final Space Shuttle mission ever. It's the end of an era, and a sad day for space buffs. America will be hitchhikers into space now, hitching a ride on a Russian rocket to the ISS for the next few years. NASA more.
Hothead announce Hitchhiker’s Guide game
1 CommentsPosted by James Livett on May 26, 2011 under Gaming, News, Space
If there's a more fitting day to announce something regarding the sheer genius that is The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy I can't think of a better one than Towel Day. Just yesterday Hothead Games announced they are working on a new game for the franchise. “We’re super excited to be involved with such a lege... more.
Endeavor’s Final Mission Poster Spoofs Star Trek
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad 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.
Aliens Seen Inside UFO Over Turkey
4 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on April 14, 2011 under News, Space, Videos
Since 2007, some startling UFO sightings have been happening over Turkey and some great footage of them has been coming out. A couple of years ago, Dr. Robert Leir went out with a camera that had a 200mm lens and an electronic doubler to zoom in on the distant lights in the sky. Lit only by moonlight and the nightvision mode on the camera the familiar UFO from the earlier footage was seen, only th... more.
William Shatner Helps Us Say Goodbye to the Space Shuttle
5 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on April 13, 2011 under News, Space
There are only two Space Shuttle missions left. Endeavor goes up later this month, and Atlantis launches her final mission (and the final Space Shuttle launch ever) on June 28th. As space buffs, it's pretty sad to be saying goodbye to the shuttle program. But who better to help us say goodbye than Captain Kirk himself? NASA has released a fourteen-minute video narrated by William Shatner that give... more.
The Space Shuttles Find Homes
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Space
NASA has finally announced the final resting place of the remaining three orbiters after Atlantis finishes her final mission in June. Enterprise will be moved from the Smithsonian and placed in the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York. Taking Enterprise's spot in the Smithsonian is Discovery. Atlantis will be put on display at the visitor's center at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, and En... more.