nibbles2004 (761552) writes "an article on the guardian website about the plastic called "Starlite", the 20 year plastic that can withstand a Nuclear blast and that no one has heard of. The Inventor Maurice Ward has never been able to successfully commercialise the Material even with interest from Boeing, BAE and NASA, What are the implication's if "starlite" ever made it to market ?" Link to Original Source top
nibbles2004 (761552) writes "According to 6 former US Airmen, since 1948 , UFO's have been tampering with and deactivating Nuclear Missile site's in the US and UK. They are giving evidence to the National Press Club on the 27th September detailing their account's of UFO intrusions." Link to Original Source top
nibbles2004 (761552) writes "An article in the guardian newspaper shows how parasitic fungi evolved the ability to control the creatures they infect ultimately leading the ant to it's death. The fungus control's the ant's movement's to a suitable leaf and cause's the ant to grip onto the leaf's central stem, allowing the fungus to spore which will allow more ant's to become infected." Link to Original Source top
nibbles2004 (761552) writes "US President Barack Obama cancels the project initiated by his predecessor to send humans back to the Moon, will this be the thing that defines his presidency. NASA for 50 years has been an emblem of US National Ambitions and Spirit, today NASA was without doubt cut short. Is this symbolism for America Pre-Eminence decline, the frontier is somewhere discovered by other Nation’s, or is this the kick start to the commercial sector which has to happen, i.e. space needs to be routine, make's money and boring for it to be a viable Endeavour. Could it now be that the Commercial sector has to take the mantel where NASA left off prove to be the real catalyst for Space Exploration and exploitation" top
long necks, small heads, bug eyes, large foreheads
nibbles2004 writes "Producers of the new Star Trek movie are to hold an open casting session for people with "unique" features to appear as extras in the film.
The studio said it was interested in people with unique characteristics like "Producers of the new Star Trek movie are to hold an open casting session for people with "unique" features to appear as extras in the film.
The studio said it was interested in people with unique characteristics like "long necks, small heads, bug eyes, large foreheads and oversized ears".
nibbles2004 writes "According to the BBC http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/7037671.stm Al Gore's film on the Environment "An Inconvenient Truth" can now only be shown in UK schools if accompanied by guidance giving the other side of the argument after a Judge ruled the film contained "nine scientific errors". What criteria should be in place if schools are to show such films and what precautions should be inplace that all relevant sides of the argument are presented."