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September 2013

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UN Says We're Behind Global Warming--but All is Not as Expected

A recent study by the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) has proved beyond any reasonable doubt that global warming is not a natural phenomena, but caused directly by the impact of human greenhouse gas production. But how this is affecting climate is still open to question, as the report also states that temperatures have not...
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Unknowncountry Weekender: The Coming of Comet Ison in Astronomy and Astrology

We are getting a sense of astronomical déjà vu here at Unknown Country: Comet ISON is looming in our skies and already there are rumors of an accompanying spaceship, or even that the heavenly body itself is not a comet at all but a triangular-shaped UFO....
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Scientific Study Confirms Fracking Causes Earthquakes--But Should We Stop?

Geologists have confirmed that the controversial process of fracturing rock to release trapped oil and gas reserves, otherwise known as 'fracking', can cause earthquakes. The rock is fractured using highly pressurized 'injections' of water, sand and other materials which creates fissures in the rock enabling the extraction of the gas and oil...
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The Diana Story Continues: Now It's the Missing CCTV Footage

On August 17, Unknowncountry published its 8th story questioning the official account of the death of Princess Diana. In that story, we reported that British police were opening a new investigation based on claims being made that a member of the British...
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Human Brain Growing in Test Tube

Some days we all feel like we need to have a brain transplant. This idea may not be so incredible from now on, as a recent study published in the journal 'Nature' explains.
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Shoes Containing Severed Feet Washing Up on Pacific Coast Again

It's happening again. Another wave of 'Dexter'-style discoveries have been occurring on the shores of Canada and the United States.
Since August 20, 2007, there have been reports of severed feet washing up on the shores of the Pacific Northwest and Canadian lakes. Typically the limbs are always right feet and wearing a running shoe, though a...
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Unknowncountry Weekender: Alien Life in Our Stratosphere

The search for ET just took a giant step forward, as scientists appear to have found proof to confirm the existence of extra-terrestrial life. Microscopic organisms have been discovered on a weather balloon after it was launched 27km (16.7m) into the atmosphere by Buckingham University and the University of Sheffield’s Department of...
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Let Food be Thy Medicine: A Hospital Opens an Organic Garden

Hospital food that doesn't kill everything it touches--this should not be news but it is. Why? Because most hospital food is well capable of damaging the health of the very patients hospitals are supposed to be helping.

The standard of hospital food has always been criticized; in fact many patients joke that they feel worse after...
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The Conehead Skulls of Peru: Alien, Ape or a Lost Human Species?

The conehead skulls of Peru have been dismissed as the result of 'binding,' but these are not bound skulls. In fact, they aren't even human skulls. They do not have the right bone structure to be human and they have far larger brain cases. In fact, the native practice of skull binding may have represented an effort to make themselves appear more...
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The Universe Changes our Weather--with Cosmic Rays

Can energy from the remnants of exploding stars out in the Galaxy really affect cloud formation in the Earth's atmosphere?

Since 1996, Danish researchers have been attempting to prove that cosmic rays from outer space could play a significant role in cloud formation.
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The Gobekli Tepe Mystery: A Surprising New Discovery

Gobekli Tepe was discovered in 1995, and excavations have been going on ever since at the site in southern Turkey. The site consists of dozens of t-shaped dolmens covered with carvings of animals, some known and some unknown. The site has been positively dated to the 10th to 8th millennium BC, making it the oldest known structure in the world....
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Organic Matter Found in Meteor: Life from Space?

On the morning of April 22, 2012, the northern Californian skies were lit by a ball of light which, according to weather radar, crashed to earth in Sutter's Mill west of the Sierra Nevada. The object's descent was also visible across Nevada and created a sonic boom and fierce winds.
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Unknowncountry Weekender: Has Cancer been Weaponized?

Assassination has historically been a messy business, both literally and metaphorically, with some of the most notorious assassinations, such as that of President John F. Kennedy, still leaving many unanswered questions decades after the event. So if a silent, insidious, undetectable method of assassination became available which would arouse no...
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As Colorado Floods, the Midwest Broils

The central United States continues to experience unusual and unsettled summer weather. Yesterday, record downpours took place along the front range of the Rockies, causing flash flooding in Boulder and Aurora. The rain came so fast and the flooding was so sudden that emergency services were nearly overwhelmed. Hundreds of people left their homes...
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Domestic Surveillance Abuse Totally Out of Control

The NSA isn't just spying on suspected terrorists, it's spying on millions of American citizens without any indication whatsoever that they are connected to terrorism. This spying is so extensive that it might include the whole population. It has also broken essentially all encryption systems so not even encrypted communications are safe from it's...
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Revelations 911 Remembrance: The Inner Power of the Event

This week's edition of William Henry's Revelations memorializes 911 in a completely new way. William and Dr. Mark Gray examine the event and the memorial from the standpoint of hidden mystical meaning and power. This is one of the most exceptional interviews we have ever run on this...
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Stave off Dementia and Boost Your Brain Power--with Champagne!

Drinking champagne has always been associated with luxury, power and success, but there is now an even better reason to splash out and crack open a bottle of bubbly, as scientists claim that it could help to combat aging and dementia.

Scientists at Reading University gave a group of rats champagne for six weeks, and observed results...
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The Hurricane Season Disappears as Earth Unexpectedly Cools

Despite predicting an extremely active hurricane season for this year, climatologists have been astounded by a virtually unprecedented lack of hurricanes. So far this season, which began on June 1st and runs to November 30, a total of eight tropical storms have developed, and typically the first hurricanes have formed by 10th August each year,...
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Do We Live in a 'Real' Universe--or is It Just Somebody's Toy?

Scientists have discovered that the universe is made up of plus and minus bits, just like a computer program. So, is the Matrix real? Do we actually exist as living, conscious entities or are we part of somebody's experiment...or perhaps even a toy?

The field of quantum chromodynamics potentially offers this unsettling explanation for...
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Fukushima Radiation Causing Canadian Herring to 'Hemorrhage from Their Eyes'

The effects of the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster extend further than was predicted when the event occurred.

Evidence collated by officials at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association’s lab in Seattle suggests that fish swimming in the Pacific Ocean close to the plant are becoming contaminated which means that...
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Free Online UFO Conference: Devastaingly Powerful Information--Watch Anytime

Generals, Pilots and Government officials went on the record yesterday to discuss their experiences with UFOs. A panel of expert witnesses joined the YouTube channel Truthloader via webcam, each speaking for 10 minutes before a 30 minute Q and A session.

The panel includes Leslie Kean, author of the New York Times best seller...
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First, Novel Viruses are Discovered, Now a High-Strangeness Web

A month ago, the discovery of an extremely strange virus was found in Chile. Now a strange and magnificent web has been discovered in the Amazon basin, possibly the most intricate and beautifully engineered web ever found. Norman Platnick, an arachnologist and Peter J. Solomon Family Curator of the invertebrate zoology department of the American...
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France and Chile to Co-Operate on UFO Research

The government-backed French and Chilean UFO study groups have formally agreed to co-operate on UFO research. Both countries have long had a policy of openness regarding the UFO question, and now an agreement has been reached to share information and resources to further understanding of the UFO mystery.
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As Drought, Fire and Flood Torture Us, Peru Suffers Epic Snows

While the northern hemisphere bakes, burns and floods, climate extremes of a different sort are striking far to the south. It's deep winter in Peru now, and the southern part of the country has just experienced a record snowfall that has brought activity to a halt, killed tens of thousands of cattle and at least four people. This type of climate...
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Peeing in Space--a Problem Solved...Eventually

How Do You Pee in Space?

It's the question astronauts get asked the most: how do you pee in space?

Alan Shepard became the first American to fly in space on May 5, 1961. Although NASA engineers had put considerable planning into his mission, noticeably missing from this extensive preparation was a way for him to urinate...
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