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http://wwwforteantimescom/articles/163_ballsoffireshtml In the spirit of kitchen-table inventors, a number of pioneering amateurs have been looking into how to create artificial ball lightning, using a candle and a microwave oven We strongly advise against trying this yourself, and the writer and FT take no responsibility for your experiments The experiment goes like this: place a lighted candle or toothpick in the microwave for a few seconds, then take it out and start the microwave

The Matrix is Real???

[b]Radical physicist pushes computer-centric view of universe[/b] Las Vegas — Physicist Stephen Wolfram took the stage this week at the Comdex Fall 2002 trade show, evangelizing a computing-centric view of the universe that might sit better with the technology industry than it has with some other audiences Mr Wolfram believes the universe is composed not of particles and waves, but of simple tiny programs He believes these myriad programs, or algorithms, give rise to physical phenomen


http://tvyahoocom/news/wwn/20030319/104808600007html By CHAD KULTGEN NEW YORK -- Federal investigators have arrested an enigmatic Wall Street wiz on insider-trading charges -- and incredibly, he claims to be a time-traveler from the year 2256! Sources at the Security and Exchange Commission confirm that 44-year-old Andrew Carlssin offered the bizarre explanation for his uncanny success in the stock market after being led off in handcuffs on January 28 "We don't believe

UFO or stealth crashes in Russia

If its US tech, what the heck was it doing in Russia anyway <hr> http://wwwcoasttocoastamcom/shows/2003/04/29html#ufo Remains of Kaliningrad UFO Taken to Prominent Moscow Institute by James L Choron kommissar@mtu-netru wwwwintersteelcom MOSCOW, RUSSIA Tuesday, April 29, 2003 Almost ten full days into the ongoing investigation of the Unidentified Flying Object which fell, unexpectedly, into Kalingrad harbor, near the suburb of Baltisk, there are still more questions

Malawi Police Guard Against 'Terror Beast'

Panic stricken Malawian villagers who fled their homes in fear of attacks by a mysterious wild beast have returned home under armed protection At least 4,000 people left four villages in the central Dowa district, some 100 km from the capital Lilongwe, last week when the wild animal, suspected to be a rabid hyena, killed at least three people and severely injured 16 others Police told the French news agency, AFP, that dozens of security officers have been deployed in villages to &

Making Waves Over Noah’s Flood

Scientists are seriously challenging a recent, fascinating proposal that Noah's epic story - setting sail with an ark jam-full of animal couples - was based on an actual catastrophic flood that suddenly filled the Black Sea 7,500 years ago, forcing people to flee In a detailed new look at the rocks, sediments, currents and seashells in and around the Black Sea, an international research team pooh-poohs the Noah flood idea, arguing that all the geologic, hydrologic and biologic signs are wr

Germans run out of beer!!!

German drinkers face beer shortage BERLIN, Germany Reuters -- German drinkers could be about to face their worst nightmare -- a beer shortage The potential trickle in the supply of the nation's favourite tipple is due to new government regulations restricting deposits of disposable cans and bottles which takes effect in January Retailers say it may mean there may not be enough beer in shops The government is imposing charges on non-reusable containers because it says th

New aussie sport - frozen toad golf!!!

New aussie sport - frozen toad golf!!! http://abcnetau/cgi-bin/common/printfriendlyplhttp://abcnetau/news/ne wsitems/s738086htm NT to tee up cane toad cull Rod Haines, organiser of the New Year wild pig and feral cat hunt in Pine Creek, is hoping a new competition to kill off cane toads will go with a swing Sporting shooters will be descending on Pine Creek on New Year's Eve for the annual pig hunt and next year they could be joined by golfers with a grudge against i

Nikola Tesla the (FBI) and the (Death Ray)

One of the more controversial topics involving Nikola Tesla is what became of many of his technical and scientific papers after he died in 1943 Just before his death at the height of World War II, he claimed that he had perfected his so-called "death beam" So it was natural that the FBI and other US Government agencies would be interested in any scientific ideas involving weaponry Some were concerned that Tesla's papers might fall into the hands of the Axis powers or the

Boys claim friend eaten by snake

A young South African boy is missing, his friends say he was swallowed by an African rock python, and a snake expert says he believes them "I've dealt with a few cases like this and I always dispel them as absolute rubbish But in my opinion this one did happen," snake park owner Craig Smith told AFP yesterday He said a group of boys, aged between five and eight, were playing in a mango plantation in the eastern harbour city of Durban at the weekend One of the boys later

Top 50 worst shows!

Nearly three months after naming Jerry Seinfeld's smash hit sitcom "Seinfeld" as the greatest television show of all time, the editors of TV Guide have come out with a new list ranking "The Jerry news - web sites Springer Show" as the worst The syndicated "trash TV" show that capitalizes on the cheating, sleazy, sordid behavior of its guests topped TV Guide's roster of the 50 least redeeming programs ever to make it on the airwaves The list ran
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