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• Science Touches Telepathy

Researchers have been able to successfully communicate with supposedly brain dead patients– gaining yes or no responses to questions within the brain.

• Mystery Room Discovered at China’s Terra Cotta Tomb

Chinese researchers say they have found a strange pyramid-shaped chamber while surveying the massive underground tomb of China’s first emperor and theorize it was built as a passageway for his soul.

• Roswell Officer’s Deathbed Admission Says Aliens Did Visit After All

An affidavit has been released asserting that the weather balloon claim was a cover story, and that the real object had been recovered by the military and stored in a hangar. After years of silence Walter Haut also described seeing not just the craft, but alien bodies as well.

• Teleportation Method Proposed by Australian Scientists

A concept popularized in the original Star Trek television series, is edging closer to reality through work being conducted by theorists from The University of Queensland and Australian Na­tional University.

• New Technology Lets Historians See the Woods Beyond the Trees

Hundreds of archaeological relics are being uncovered by a laser reading technique that can see through trees to reveal the landscape hidden by forests.

• Unknown Sea Creature Caught off Hawaii Coast

What appears to be a half-squid, half-octopus specimen found off Keahole Point on the Big Island remains unidentified and could possibly be a new species, say biologists.

• Boeing’s Psychic Lab

Boeing researchers don’t just spend their days designing killer drones and networked tanks. They also investigate unexplained powers of the mind, sometimes.

• Many Lives in Many Worlds

Accepting quantum physics to be universally true, argues Max Tegmark, means that you should also believe in parallel universes.

• Why Are Honey Bees Dying All Over the Globe?

Albert Einstein once predicted that if bees were to disappear, man would follow only a few years later. That hypothesis could soon be put to the test.

• Look for Life but Not as We Know It

Extraterrestrial life may well be so weird we would not immediately recognize it, and scientists looking for alien life should be seeking the unfamiliar as well as the familiar, experts have advised.

• The Programmable Robot of Ancient Greece

Hero, one of the greatest Greek engineers, constructed a programmable robot that pre-dates Leo­nardo da Vinci’s by 1500 years. Its control system turns out to be unique; more like knitting than a computer.

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