Anything to do with the stars, and aliens ufo's etc.

Russian president asked to investigate alien claims

Richard Galpin
BBC News, Moscow

A Russian MP has asked President Dmitry Medvedev to investigate claims by a regional president that he has met aliens on board a spaceship.

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Don’t talk to aliens, warns Stephen Hawking

THE aliens are out there and Earth had better watch out, at least according to Stephen Hawking. He has suggested that extraterrestrials are almost certain to exist — but that instead of seeking them out, humanity should be doing all it that can to avoid any contact.

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New US Secret Space Plane

Is this the first official weaponization of space ?

An interesting article on Russia Today.

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UFO close encounters laid bare as ‘X-Files’ released by records office

Super-fast spacecraft and a giant, humming triangle hovering above the house of Michael Howard, the former Home Secretary, feature in the latest release of UFO-related files at the Public Records Office.

Almost 6,000 pages of declassified files are released online today, the majority covering 1994 to 2000. Many sightings contained crude drawings.

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(New Zealand) UFO papers to be made public

Hundreds of pages of secret files on New Zealand UFO sightings will be released by the military this year.

The files include reports of UFO sightings from 1979 to 1984 and references to the Kaikoura sighting of December 1978.

The files are held by Archives New Zealand and were to have been made public this month, but the Defence Force is removing personal information from them to comply with the Privacy Act.

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Extradition of Gary McKinnon 'breaches Bill of Rights'

Geoffrey Robertson QC said the 1689 Bill of Rights, which was passed at the same time as the Glorious Revolution, specificially prohibited "cruel and unusual punishments".

He said this would almost certainly apply to the case of Mr McKinnon, who is wanted in America to face charges of hacking into Pentagon and Nasa computers.

If Mr McKinnon is extradited, it will be because MPs had allowed the "weasel words" of the European Convention on Human Rights to replace the country's historic Bill of Rights when dealing with individual freedoms, he said.

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New NASA Craft, With Infrared Power, Will Map the Unseen Sky

The Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, which contains a four-million-pixel camera, will photograph the entire sky every six months. Most of the light from stars and other objects like planets in the universe is doubly invisible. It comes in the form of infrared, or heat radiation, with wavelengths too long for our eyes to pick up. Moreover, most infrared wavelengths do not penetrate the Earth’s atmosphere to get to our unseeing eyes.

Respected Scientist says Aliens are Among Us

A leading astrophysicist who has worked on space missions claims that he and his colleagues are in contact with extraterrestrials who are "living among us." And they don't like what they see.

Latchezar Filipov, head of the Space Research Institute at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, is causing global ripples after researching crop circles around the world.

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Computer hacker Gary McKinnon to be extradited to US

Computer hacker Gary McKinnon is at serious risk of suicide, relatives said today, after the home secretary rejected a last-ditch attempt to prevent his extradition to the US.

In a letter today Alan Johnson ordered McKinnon's removal to the US on charges of breaching US military and Nasa computers, despite claims by his lawyers that extradition would make the 43-year old's death "virtually certain".

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(NZ) Theories abound on night lights

People love a mystery. Speculation on the cause of what appeared to be floating balls of fire in the sky above Upper Moutere on Sunday night has made The Nelson Mail story about the sightings one of the most commented stories on the Stuff website.

Theories have ranged from ball lightning – a controversial atmospheric electrical phenomenon – to tissue-paper hot air balloons to unprintable joke explanations involving fire crackers and Australian rugby players.

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