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The truth is out there: Astronomers capture 234 signals from space

Astronomers have recorded mysterious signals from 234 stars that they believe could indicate the presence of extraterrestrial intelligence - a notion that’s sure to excite alien truthers and beyond. Astronomers Ermanno Borra and Eric Trottier from Laval University in Canada analyzed 2.5 million stars from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) project. In their resulting study published in Solar and Stellar As ...

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Mystery of Bermuda Triangle may have finally been solved

Over the centuries, theories have abounded over the mystery behind the Bermuda Triangle where more than 75 planes and hundreds of ships are said to have disappeared. Scientists may now have an answer. It’s thought that hexagonal clouds over the 1.3 million sq km (500,000 square miles) of ocean between Bermuda, Florida and Puerto Rico, could be creating huge 106kph (170mph) wind “air bombs” and these deadly ...

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Man 3D prints a wirelessly powered desk lamp inspired by Tesla

Engineer, David Choi, was on a mission to 3D print something inspired by Nikola Tesla's wireless power transmission.  Using his MakerBot Replicator 5th Generation, he began by printing the base of the lamp, two indentations for coils, one spiralling out and the other surrounding it as a circle.  He aquired a vintage 25W Tesla light bulb and copper tubes, which were coiled into place. The base of the lamp ac ...

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Mysterious Planet 9 may be ‘twisting’ the solar system, scientists say

A planet, believed to be the ninth in our solar system, but which has remained mysteriously elusive to astronomers could be causing the “wobble” in our solar system that causes planets to move at a different angle to the sun, according to new research. “Because Planet Nine is so massive and has an orbit tilted compared to the other planets, the solar system has no choice but to slowly twist out of alignment ...

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100 years of patents reveal secret history of U.S. weather control programs

(NaturalNews) Have the U.S. government and American researchers been toying with the notion of controlling, changing or otherwise adapting the weather? According to this comprehensive and exhaustive list of patents, the answer is yes. In fact, researchers have spent the past century working to develop climate and weather control technologies. But a 1999 study by the U.S. Air Force nailed it: Within three de ...

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Zero Point Energy: The Alien Technology that will change EVERYTHING

Zero Point Energy could help us reach interstellar space in no time. According to a batch of recently published emails between John Podesta and Former NASA astronaut Edgar Mitchell, This ALIEN technology could be at our fingertips. But are we ready for it? What is "Zero Point Energy"? It is the energy of the vacuum, which in quantum field theory is defined not as empty space but as the ground state of the f ...

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‘If you knew what we do, you will never sleep again’ – Nasa Director

Paul Hertz, Director of the Astrophysics Division of the NASA, shared at IMGUR this amazing statement about aliens. We are never going to discover aliens, aliens are going to discover us and when they do it won´t be pretty. You can take that to the bank. There certainly wont be enought time for press conferences about it. You probaly wont have the time to blink. "Be carefull what you wish for. if you guys k ...

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Has Science Discovered God?

Einstein didn’t believe it was possible. Stephen Hawking said it might be the greatest scientific discovery of all time. What discovery has baffled the greatest scientific minds of the past century, and why has it caused them to rethink the origin of our universe? New, more powerful, telescopes have revealed mysteries about our universe that have raised new questions about the origin of life. Has science di ...

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Rusty Patched Bumble Bee to be Listed as Endangered Species in US

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed listing a species of bee Native to North America, as an endangered species. The rusty patched bumble bee, a pollinator native to the upper Midwest and Northeastern United States, is the first species of bee in the continental United States to be formally proposed for listing under the U.S. Endangered Species Act. “[The] Endangered Species Act safeguards are no ...

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Amazing Footage: UFO – Sun High-Energy Particle Beam Interaction

The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) released a video with an interesting anomaly. It appears to be an object with a shape resembling a space craft that is either firing into the sun's corona or gathering energy by means of a particle beam. Zooming into the captured image, the object and the beam consist of straight lines making it highly unlikely to be some kind of solar interaction with a bypassi ...

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While renovating a house in Egypt someone found these mysterious coins

It is possible that the coin show visiting aliens on planet earth? According to many ufologist is zobrazenieprĂĄve such evidence. Finding coins is nothing new. The story revived Website on the UFO phenomenon It is interesting that similar depictions are found on many coins and images. Equally puzzling is the inscription on the reverse of the coin "OPPORTUNUS Adest" which in free translation means "It's here ...

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The New Cannabis Capsule Is So Powerful It Can Replace Any Pain Killer

However, this does not change the attitude of Big Pharma to enforce their drugs on a open-mouthed public despite their numerous and well documented, harsh side-effects. The almighty health benefits of cannabis are becoming increasingly accepted in mainstream society and are being bolstered by numerous recent studies. The Foria Relief Company has even invented a vaginal suppository, based on aromatic cocoa b ...

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