Is the Ore fish San Francisco’s Golden Gate Monster as filmed by Bill and Bob Clark and featured in Animal X Natural Mystery Unit episode Monsters of the Deep? Could the mystery at last be solved?
They saw and video taped the monster on a number of occasions. In … Continue reading
Sad day for Animal X Fans
It is with great sadness of heart that … Continue reading
Ever heard of the Sex Tree aka the coco de mar… another Natural Mystery.
It only exists in a small vally on the islands of Praslin and Curieuse in the Republic of the Seychelles, off the east coast of Africa.
The coco de mar or sea coconut or double coconut … Continue reading
By Mike Wall, Senior Writer www.space.com
A saucer-shaped vehicle that could help NASA land big payloads on the surface of Mars is about to take to the skies for the first time.
NASA hopes to launch its Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) test vehicle — which the agency has dubbed its … Continue reading
A Gold Coast police dog who played a key role in the arrest of a gunman who murdered Detective Damian Leeding in 2011 has died.
Retired, heroic police dog Bosun died in the arms of his handler Senior Constable Wayne Algie on Monday.
The German shepherd was nine.
Sen Const … Continue reading
This is a nice story about the rescue of a small dog from freeway drain.
Meet Frankie, a tiny black chihuahua who had spent the majority of his life living in an underground sewer system, until one day when an angel came his way. Hope … Continue reading
By Jonathan Amos Science correspondent, BBC News
Europe’s Swarm space mission has begun making maps of Earth’s magnetic field. Data just released shows how the field generated in the planet’s liquid outer core varies in strength over the course of a few months. Swarm’s early assessment appears to support the … Continue reading
07 May 2014 by Jacob Aron
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IN THE hunt for life on Mars, it’s time to pull out the heavy artillery. A non-profit group has proposed a mission that involves showering Mars with bunker-busting missiles that would penetrate deep into the … Continue reading
By Paul Rincon
Science editor, BBC News website
A prehistoric “Atlantis” in the North Sea may have been abandoned after being hit … Continue reading