Psi Experiment #3 launched is proud to announce the launch of its third Psi Experiment. In this experiment, several measures were taken to make the results of this experiment more credible, after the experiment design issues of the first two were taken into account.

In this experiment you’ll be shown with a photograph of a random playing card on a table and you’ll need to answer which color is the card’s suit – red or black. You can see it as a simple game.

Each time you play this game, the computer reshuffles the cards and you’re presented with another photograph of another card. So, you can play as long as you want. After each 20 trials, you’ll be immediately able to see the statistics of your trials.

So, don’t wait and go to Third Psi Experiment.

The Illumination Project interviews Jeff Meldrum, Paul Cropper and others

The first episode of the long awaited sister show to the Mysterious Universe podcast has launched.

The Illumination Project interviews experts, researchers, believers and skeptics in the fields of research we have come to call "paranormal".

The opening episode is a Sasquatch special with four amazing guests: Jeff Meldrum, Paul Cropper, Kewaunee lapseritis and Robert Boston.

The show's website can be found at

Its sister podcast, Mysterious Universe, can be found at

Happy Listening!

'Da Vinci' church reveals secret code

LONDON, England (Reuters) -- A Scottish church which featured in the bestselling novel "The Da Vinci Code" has revealed another mystery hidden in secret code for almost 600 years.

A father and son who became fascinated by symbols carved into the chapel's arches say they have deciphered a musical score encrypted in them.

Full article HERE

Down on the pharm

A new breed of genetically modified crops could provide cheap drugs and vaccines for the developing world. Only one problem: what if they get into the food chain? Environment correspondent David Adam reports on 'pharming', the new GM front line

Down on the pharm

Oceanic Twilight Zone Plays Important Role In Climate Change

A major study has shed new light on the dim layer of the ocean called the "twilight zone" - where mysterious processes affect the ocean's ability to absorb and store carbon dioxide accumulating in our atmosphere.

Oceanic Twilight Zone Plays Important Role In Climate Change

(((L+As) /2) 2 + ((E+N) /2) + 2A + C + B) x (4/ (S+1))

The Secret to a Balanced Life

Neuropsychologist Dr David Lewis, formerly of the University of Sussex, has devised what he says is the formula by which anyone can calculate their ideal work-life balance rating.

the village that dissapeared - debunked...?

Direct response from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police on how everything in the story does not exist....

just wanted another side to this article...

Brian Ballinger

A Weightless Stephen Hawking

Thursday, April 26, 2007
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Stephen Hawking has been imprisoned by his body for many years. But for a few seconds on Thursday, the celebrated physicist and author will float free, unrestricted by his paralyzed muscles and his wheelchair as he floats weightless on a zero gravity flight.

"I have wanted to fly in space all of my life," Hawking told The Associated Press in an interview Tuesday. "For someone like me whose muscles don't work very well, it will be bliss to be weightless."

Hawking, 65, has the paralyzing disease ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. He'll be the first person with a disability to fly on one of the flights offered by Zero Gravity Corp., a space tourism company. It has flown about 2,700 people on Florida-based flights since late 2004 and began offering flights in Las Vegas this week.

Unable to talk or move his hands and legs, Hawking can only make tiny facial expressions using the muscles around his eyes, eyebrows, cheek and mouth to communicate. Otherwise, he relies on a computer to talk for him in a synthesized voice. The computer is attached to his wheelchair and allows him to choose words on a computer screen through an infrared sensor on a headpiece that detects motion in his cheek.

He raises an eyebrow to signal "yes," and tenses his mouth to the side to indicate "no."

Flying from Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla., the modified jet creates the experience of microgravity during 25-second plunges over the Atlantic Ocean.

The jet's interior is padded to protect the weightless fliers and equipped with cameras to record their adventure. Normally, the plane conducts 10 to 15 plunges for its passengers who pay $3,750 for the ride, although that fee has been waived for Hawking.

After the jet has reached its proper altitude, Hawking's assistants will lift him out of his chair and lay him on his back in the front of the cabin for the first plunge.

Other plunges will be made only after the two doctors and three nurses who are accompanying him have made sure he is enjoying it. He won't have his wheelchair and talking computer on the jet with him, although his assistant will bring a laptop and a card with the letters of the alphabet in case Hawking wants to communicate beyond facial expressions.

"We consider ... having him weightless for 25 seconds is a successful mission," said Peter Diamandis, chairman and CEO of Zero Gravity. "If we do more than one, fantastic."

Gary A. Leo, president and CEO of the ALS Association, said there should be no medical concerns with someone who has the condition going on a zero-gravity flight, although any person who does should consult a physician.

Hawking, a mathematics professor at the University of Cambridge, has done groundbreaking work on black holes and the origins of the universe, making him one of the best-known theoretical physicists of his generation. He is also known for his book "A Brief History of Time."

He has an ulterior motive for going on the flight other than the personal thrill of being weightless - Hawking believes in the importance of private space ventures and the need to reduce the cost of space tourism so that it's accessible to more people.

"I am hopeful that if we can engage this mass market, the cost of space flight will drop and we will be able to gain access to the resources of space and also spread humanity beyond just Earth," he said. "Sooner or later, some disaster may wipe out life on Earth. The long-term survival of the human race requires that we spread into space."


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Mars on Earth

What is it like to live on Mars?

Seven adventurous scientists, including a University of Hawai'i computer science professor, will look for the answer this summer in the Canadian Arctic.

Hopefully there won't be any polar bears on "Mars"

Mick Jagger and UFOs

Mick Jagger says he's seen a UFO. Unfortunately, he couldn't get no satisfaction there either.