6th sense? ESP not so extrasensory

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (United Press International) People who say they have a sixth sense, or extrasensory perception (ESP), are actually detecting changes with their usual senses, and finding them hard to more…

Skeletal remains of new pharaoh found in Egypt

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (DigitalJournal) According to Egyptologists, the first of the Dynastic periods in ancient Egypt occurred around 3100 B.C. This early dynastic period supposedly started with a king called "Meni," more…

Fruit and vegetables, fresh from the skyscraper

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (New Scientist) Urban warehouses, derelict buildings and high-rises are the last places you'd expect to find the seeds of a green revolution. But from Singapore to Scranton, Pennsylvania, more…

Spectacular neon-blue lava pours from volcano

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Huffington Post) You've heard of "red hot" and "white hot" to describe searing temperatures. But what about "blue hot"? That's the surreal hue of Indonesia's Kawah Ijen Volcano, more…

God using Muslims to 'save the West'?

by Kathy Shaidle -- Michael Savage "What if the large influx of Muslims is God's way of saving the West from itself?" That was Dr. Savage's provocative question at the top of more…

How Chuck Norris defies getting older

by Chuck Norris -- Chuck, it's been said that "we are what we eat." But I think that "we are what we think" is even more powerful. So is health a case more…

Lightning strikes iconic 'Christ' statue

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (LONDON DAILY MAIL) This is the staggering moment that the 100-foot tall statue of Jesus that towers over Rio de Janeiro was hit by lightning. The Christ the more…

'Swiss cheese pervert' arrested in Philly

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (NBC PHILADELPHIA) The man accused of using Swiss cheese to sexually proposition women in the Philadelphia area went back out on the streets this morning after posting bail. more…

Massive hole discovered under Antarctic ice

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Forbes) A giant valley deeper than the Grand Canyon is buried beneath several miles of glacial ice in West Antarctica, according to a new study by British scientists. more…