US-Pakistan drone pact revealed by Musharraf

Pakistan’s former president, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, admits his regime had a secret pact with the U.S. to allow drone strikes in the country. “Only on a few occasions, when a target was absolutely isolated and no chance of collateral damage,” said Musharraf, speaking to a US-based television network. ‘We haven't given any sort of permission… Read More »

Video: France’s first lady also first in record sales

France’s first lady, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, shot to the top of the pop charts with her latest album in its first full week on sale, a music industry body reported. The album has generated massive interest because it is the first by the Italian-born former model turned pop star since her whirlwind romance with President Nicolas… Read More »

Hundreds of sheep 'rain' on Melbourne motorists

Paramedic Allan Eade: “We have a large number of deceased and injured livestock, only a small number of injured occupants of the vehicles” Falling sheep hit vehicles in the Australian city of Melbourne after a lorry carrying livestock overturned on a flyover. As the truck carrying 400 sheep hung precariously, its cargo plunged on to… Read More »

Found: Whale thought extinct for 2 million years

The pygmy right whale, a mysterious and elusive creature that rarely comes to shore, is the last living relative of an ancient group of whales long believed to be extinct, a new study suggests. The findings, published Tuesday in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B, may help to explain why the enigmatic marine mammals… Read More »

Secret payload launched on largest West Coast rocket

The largest rocket ever launched from the U.S. West Coast blasted off on Thursday from Vandenberg Air Force Base, carrying a top secret satellite into orbit, military officials said. The Delta IV Heavy rocket stood 23 stories tall, and its engines produced 2 million pounds of thrust, according to the 30th Space Wing of the… Read More »

Clean Energy Economy

Thousands of new companies, millions of new jobs, and billions in revenue generated by solutions to the climate crisis — this is the clean energy economy we can adopt with today’s technologies, resources, know-how, and leadership from our elected officials. Although our reliance on fossil fuels has created global warming, we now have the opportunity… Read More »

Mystery Surrounding Denver International Airport

Denver International Airport (DIA) has been the subject of numerous conspiracy theories since it’s opening in 1995. Many investigators have directly questioned airport officials in an attempt to dispel the myriad of rumours – officials however have been reported to be evasive and secretive which has fuelled the conspiratorial fires. In this article, a number… Read More »

iPhone Week 1: 220 free iPhone Applications

If you have an iPhone, you can spend a lot of time looking for good FREE apps. I don’t know about good, but these are all free and they interested me enough to get me to download them and test them. You can always delete them. Most of the links I created seem to work… Read More »

Doctor leads time travel research

Experiments aimed at unlocking secrets of time travel are being led by Aberdeen University. Researchers are examining the fabric of space time and what science fiction authors refer to as the fourth dimension. Dr Charles Wang will study the microscopic movement of atoms, which can be affected by the earth spinning. He said: “This is… Read More »

Mob storms Kuwaiti TV station

A mob stormed the offices of a private television station in Kuwait on Sunday after it broadcast a programme critical of the country’s ruling family. Mohammed Talal al-Said, executive manager of Scope TV, said some of the attackers were armed with pistols and knives, and injured several employees. The station said $1m (£600,000) of damage… Read More »

Lightning Strikes Rare White Buffalo

Lightning on Sunday night struck and killed two buffalo cows and three buffalo calves, including a white buffalo-Miracle’s Second Chance-on the Heider farm south of Janesville, Dave Heider said this morning. Heider discovered the five dead buffalo when he went to check on the animals this morning before going to work. … White buffalo are… Read More »

The mystery of the Chinese pyramids

The virtually unknown Chinese pyramids are historic monuments that now struggle against the ravages of time and the elements. The elaborate walls of one grand structure were accidentally discovered by U.S. pilot James Gaussman towards the end of the Second World War.€  His engine failed when returning from a mission to aid the Chinese army… Read More »

Soaring Bee Deaths in 2012 Sound Alarm on Malady

A mysterious malady that has been killing honeybees en masse for several years appears to have expanded drastically in the last year, commercial beekeepers say, wiping out 40 percent or even 50 percent of the hives needed to pollinate many of the nation's fruits and vegetables. A conclusive explanation so far has escaped scientists studying… Read More »

Surface bacteria maintain skin’s healthy balance

On the skin’s surface, bacteria are abundant, diverse and constant, but inflammation is undesirable. Research at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine now shows that the normal bacteria living on the skin surface trigger a pathway that prevents excessive inflammation after injury. “These germs are actually good for us,” said Richard L.… Read More »

Satanic Ritual on Driveway in England?

TORRINGTON – Police are trying to figure out the reason for a bizarre discovery last week on Wimbledon Gate North.? Torrington Police found two severed goat heads, a coconut and a pentagram drawn in chalk at the beginning of a driveway of a residence around 5:44 p.m. last Thursday evening, police Lt. Francis Balzano said.… Read More »