Archives for: June 2011


Permalink 03:36:49 pm, by daryl Email , 104 words, 3358 views   English (US)
Categories: Seriously, News

Russian Nuke Experts Killed in Plane Crash

Five Russian nuclear experts involved in the development of the Iranian nuclear facility at Arak were among 44 people killed when a RusAir Tupolev-134 aircraft crashed while landing at Petrozavodsk on Monday.

Crashed RusAir Tupolev-134
The wreckage of Tu-134 plane, belonging to the RusAir airline, is seen on a highway near the city of Petrozavodsk Tuesday, June 21, 2011.

Is it coincidence that 5 top experts all involved in a controversial project were killed at the same time? The crash is under investigation.

In December 2010, this blog included a story about two other nuclear scientists involved in the same Iranian plant who were murdered.

More coincidences?

The full story


Permalink 10:58:33 am, by daryl Email , 94 words, 3068 views   English (US)
Categories: Fringe, News

Station on Mars?

Amateur investigator David Martines stumbled upon an apparently artificial structure on the surface of the Red Planet while scanning Google Mars photographs recently.

Mars Station
Frame-grab from a YouTube video showing what appears to be an artificial structure on the surface of Mars.

The YouTube video is even more compelling (although I wish it had been generated using Google Earth's built-in tools for recording a flyover instead of having been a video recording of a computer screen during a Google Earth flyover).

NASA hasn't commented yet.

YouTube video of "Bio Station Alpha"
Daily Mail Online article

Daryl's Take...

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