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INVISIBILITY TECH CALLED POSSIBLE The day when you will be able to cloak your car from speed cops, just like a Romulan spacecraft in Star Trek, may be a bit closer now, but don’t expect to be beating those tickets for a few years yet. According to a report from Robert Roy Britt, writing for the web site LiveScience.com, the technology to make things invisible is now in its infant stages. Scientists at the University of Pennsylvania say it may soon be feasible to use…

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Study to Test NDE Truth Controversy within the scientific community has raged in recent years over the so-called Near-Death Experience (NDE). In many such cases, individuals, who have recovered, after being declared clinically dead have described, among other things, being outside their physical bodies and witnessing their own bodies from above. Despite the seeming ability of such patients to provide information that would have been impossible for them to otherwise know, some skeptics have disputed the authenticity of the experiences. Some, like Michael Shermer, publisher…

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Mind Control Alarm Sounded Hollywood once again has people wondering if its celluloid fantasies are mimicking real life. This past summer’s release of the remade Manchurian Candidate has planted the idea—if not the chip—that mind control may be the next thing in science. In the movie Denzel Washington fights back against a sinister plan to remotely program a U.S. vice presidential candidate through a microchip implant. According to USA Today reporter Dan Vergano the science to do such things is well within reach. In Atlantis…

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New Movie Plans to Link Moses & Nefertiti Cecille B. DeMille may be gone, but the Hollywood/Biblical epic is apparently not done yet, though the genre may have changed considerably since The Ten Commandments. According to the Middle-East-Online news service, British producer John Heyman has announced plans to start filming in 2006 the story of an alleged love affair between Queen Nefertiti and Moses. Nefertiti, regarded in Egyptian history as “the most beautiful woman in the world,” is generally believed to have been the wife…

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• One in Five Global Citizens Believe Aliens Have Come to Earth A new Reuters News poll conducted by Ipsos indicates that one in five of presumably human adults surveyed in 22 countries (representing 75% of the worlds GDP) say they believe that alien beings have come down to earth and walk amongst us in our communities disguised as “us.” • Do Pressures to Publish Increase Scientists’ Bias? The quality of scientific research may be suffering because academics are being increasingly pres­sured to produce ‘publishable’…

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