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  • Megalithic Period Pottery Found

    04/26/2008 7:21:13 PM PDT · by blam · 4 replies · 142+ views ^ | 4-26-2008 | T.S. Subramanian
    Megalithic period pottery found T.S. Subramanian Tamil Nadu Archaeology Department leads excavation Significant finds: Pottery with graffiti marks found at Sembiyankandiyur village in Nagapattinam district. CHENNAI: Pottery items including bowls, dishes and urns, from the Megalithic period, have been excavated at Sembiyankandiyur near Kuthalam in Mayiladuthurai taluk of Nagapattinam district by the Tamil Nadu Archaeology Department. An important finding: eight urns aligned in a particular manner, three of them with human bones inside. These might be of members of one family, according to department officials. The pottery included black-and-red ware, black ware and red ware. The site yielded a rich...
  • Parachute found; was it D.B. Cooper's?

    03/25/2008 6:39:18 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 33 replies · 3,004+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 3/25/08 | AP
    SEATTLE - The FBI says it's analyzing a torn, tangled parachute found by children in Washington state to see whether it was used by plane hijacker D.B. Cooper. Officials said Tuesday that children playing outside their home near Amboy, in southwest Washington, found the chute sticking up from the ground this month. FBI agent Larry Carr says they pulled on the fabric as much as they could, then cut the ropes. They had seen recent media coverage of the Cooper case and urged their father to call the FBI. Cooper hijacked a plane from Portland, Ore., to Seattle in 1971,...
  • Missing cat found in owner's suitcase

    01/22/2008 8:30:22 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 41 replies · 244+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 1/22/08 | AP
    PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - The last time cat-owner Kelly Levy saw her tiger-striped feline was before she took her husband to the airport. The 24-year-old came back to her house late Friday to find the bottom step, where Gracie Mae would usually be waiting, empty. Levy tore the house apart looking for the 10-month-old tabby who had been spayed just days before. She and her dad took out bathroom tiles and part of a cabinet to check a crawl space and papered the neighborhood with "lost cat" signs. Then she got a phone call. "Hi, you're not going to...
  • Scientists Learn How We Find Our Way

    01/20/2008 2:51:19 PM PST · by blam · 19 replies · 136+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 1-20-2008 | Richard Gray
    Scientists learn how we find our way By Richard Gray, Science Correspondent Last Updated: 12:01am GMT 20/01/2008 Scientists have discovered why some people get lost more often than others when trying to pick a way through city streets. Researchers have found that two key parts of the brain work together to help humans plan and follow routes in a familiar city. A part of the brain called the hippocampus stores memories about key locations and landmarks while other brain cells - grid cells - provide our internal sense of space and distance, rather like a GPS system. The two parts...
  • Half-Ton Weapons Cache Found, Destroyed Following Iraqi Citizens’ Tip

    11/19/2007 4:32:26 PM PST · by SandRat · 7 replies · 95+ views
    Multi-National Force - Iraq ^ | Sgt. Jason Stadel
    FORWARD OPERATING BASE KALSU — U.S. troops uncovered and destroyed a weapons cache containing seven pressure plates Nov. 16 and 17 in the area of Mahdiryia. The plates are used to detonate a form of improvised explosive device (IED) that is specifically targeted against Coalition and Iraqi troops on foot patrol. The cache find was the first indication of these “dismounted” IEDs being used in the area of Mahdiryia. They are already heavily used by al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI) the communities of Hawr Rajab and Arab Jabour to the north. Soldiers from Battery B, 1st Battalion, 9th Field Artillery (FA)...
  • Two Heftiest Stars Found in Milky Way

    06/08/2007 12:35:40 PM PDT · by LibWhacker · 33 replies · 1,032+ views
    Discovery News ^ | 6/7/07 | Larry O'Hanlon
    June 7, 2007 — The two heaviest stars ever have been discovered in the southern Milky Way galaxy. The double super heavyweights are actually in orbit around each other, and both break the record — 83 times the sun’s mass — for the most massive stars found to date. The heavier of the two weighs in at a whopping 114 "solar masses," while its little brother is 84 solar masses. The discovery was presented June 7 at the meeting of the Canadian Astronomical Society at the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario. The two big bruiser stars, which...
  • Missing Conn. girl found in hidden room

    06/06/2007 1:37:40 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 75 replies · 3,658+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 6/6/07 | AP - Beverly Hills
    BLOOMFIELD, Conn. - A 15-year-old girl missing for nearly a year was found Wednesday locked in a small hidden room under the staircase of a West Hartford home, and two people who live there were arrested, police said. Bloomfield police said they found the girl alive in a room blocked from view by a cabinet. They had gone to the home with West Hartford police to serve search warrants for DNA and other evidence. Adam Gault, 41, was charged with second-degree unlawful restraint, second-degree reckless endangerment, second-degree custodial interference, interfering with an officer, risk of injury to a minor and...
  • Scotty's remains found after space trip

    05/21/2007 6:32:38 AM PDT · by bedolido · 6 replies · 615+ views ^ | 5-19-2007 | Staff Writer
    They beamed him up and now, after a three-week search, they have found the rocket that had carried ashes of Star Trek actor James Doohan briefly into space. The remains of Doohan, whose Star Trek character Scotty inspired the television catch phrase "Beam me up, Scotty," were blasted off to the edge of space from New Mexico on April 29, two years after his death at the age of 85. The payload also included ashes of astronaut Gordon Cooper, who first went into space in 1963, and another 200 people. But the UP Aerospace Spaceloft XL rocket carrying the capsules...
  • [King] Herod's tomb found

    05/08/2007 8:30:12 AM PDT · by bedolido · 11 replies · 604+ views ^ | May 09, 2007 12:00am | Staff Writer
    THE tomb of the biblical King Herod the Great has been found, archeologists say. The final resting place of King Herod, who ruled Judea for the Roman empire from about 37BC, was found at the ruins of a magnificent palace he built near Jerusalem. King Herod was known for his role in the massacre of the innocents as described in the Gospel of Matthew, where he ordered the deaths of young males in Bethlehem to stop a new king of the Jews, whose birth had been prophesied by the three wise men. Herod was also known for expanding the second...
  • Nearly 100 Detained in Iraq; Weapons Caches Found, Destroyed (WOO-HOO!!!! ROUND 'EM UP BOYS!!)

    04/30/2007 5:16:51 PM PDT · by SandRat · 36 replies · 701+ views
    WASHINGTON, April 30, 2007 – Coalition forces nabbed about 94 suspects and discovered several weapons caches during raids across Iraq in the past three days. Coalition forces detained 11 suspected al Qaeda in Iraq members today, nabbing 10 suspects in Samarra and another in Baghdad. Intelligence reports indicate the suspect detained in the Iraqi capital was part of a local operation to acquire bomb-making materials, military officials said. “Almost every day, … al Qaeda in Iraq uses explosives to kill and maim innocent Iraqis and the security forces striving to protect them,” said Army Lt. Col. Christopher Garver, a...
  • Officials Find 9-Year-Old Iowa Girl Missing Since 2005 Living Under False Name Created by Mother

    02/28/2007 8:13:52 PM PST · by ButThreeLeftsDo · 47 replies · 1,575+ views
    FoxNews/AP ^ | 2/28/07 | AP
    A Burlington girl missing more than a year has been found in northern Mississippi in a run-down mobile home with her mother, who is accused of kidnapping the child and forcing her to use a fake name, authorities said. Trashanda Waytes, 9, disappeared in November 2005, one month after a judge awarded her father custody of the child. Authorities said they used a tip to track the girl to Byhalia, Miss., on Tuesday night, and her father was traveling Wednesday to Mississippi to bring his daughter home. Ron Waytes may be in for quite a shock when the two are...
  • Nine Terrorists Killed in Iraq, 12 Detained; Weapons Cache Found

    02/09/2007 3:56:00 PM PST · by SandRat · 13 replies · 500+ views
    WASHINGTON, Feb. 9, 2007 – Coalition forces killed nine terrorists, detained 12 others, and discovered a large weapons cache in operations around Iraq over the past three days. Coalition forces conducted an air strike in the Arab Jabour area yesterday targeting al Qaeda in Iraq terrorists and foreign fighter facilitators. Coalition aircraft killed eight terrorists when they dropped precision bombs on their facility. In Baqubah yesterday, Iraqi and coalition forces encountered unidentified enemy fighters while responding to an improvised explosive device attack. Combined forces received heavy small-arms and rocket-propelled-grenade fire from enemy fighters in several buildings around the area....
  • Camper Lost in New Mexico Rescued Two Weeks After Search for Her Was Called Off

    01/15/2007 4:32:56 AM PST · by nuconvert · 62 replies · 2,476+ views
    FOX/AP ^ | January 14, 2007
    Camper Lost in New Mexico Rescued Two Weeks After Search for Her Was Called Off January 14, 2007 ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A camper who became stranded nearly five weeks ago in a national forest because she could not cross a swollen river was rescued Sunday, more than two weeks after the search for her was called off. A New Mexico National Guard crew waded across the icy Gila River to rescue a dehydrated and weak Carolyn Dorn of South Carolina, who entered the Gila National Forest alone on Dec. 6 for a two-week camping trip. Two brothers found her Friday...
  • Security Alert: Airport Screener Jacket Found at Local Store (TSA jacket for sale at thrift store)

    12/22/2006 11:14:11 AM PST · by LibWhacker · 15 replies · 650+ views
    WOAI ^ | 12/22/06
    Disturbing new evidence reveals a threat to our homeland security is worse than originally thought. The News Four WOAI Trouble Shooters first uncovered records last May showing 1400 airport security badges and uniforms are missing from airports here and across the country. Now, new information obtained by Trouble Shooter Brian Collister shows a dramatic increase in the total number. But that's not all the Trouble Shooters found. A WOAI viewer contacted the Trouble Shooters because he found a TSA screener's jacket for sale at a local thrift store. Security experts fear TSA uniforms could help terrorists pull off an attack....
  • Launching tubes for missiles found

    12/20/2006 3:27:32 PM PST · by LibWhacker · 21 replies · 1,420+ views
    Press-Register ^ | 12/20/06
    At least three tubes that are used to launch military-grade missiles were found Tuesday at a moving company on Interstate 65 Service Road West in Mobile, authorities said. No missiles were found, police said, and no one was injured. Members of the Mobile Police Department's bomb squad were called to Paulk's Moving at 2051 I-65 Service Road West on Tuesday afternoon after employees found a "suspicious package," police spokesman Officer Eric Gallichant said. At least three tubes used to launch missiles were uncovered in a shipping container at the business, Gallichant said. Authorities were still trying to determine who shipped...
  • There WERE WMD in Iraq: 3 Star General (Link)

    12/20/2006 1:14:00 AM PST · by Ronald ReaganROCKS · 4 replies · 846+ views ^ | Mike DeLong
    This is a link to an audio file of Mike DeLong-a 3 star U.S. General saying that there were definitely WMD in Iraq in 2003. Listen-hit play on the player on the linked page.
  • Cell Phone Signal Narrows Search For Missing CNET Editor

    12/04/2006 10:52:35 AM PST · by hc87 · 62 replies · 2,315+ views
    CNET ^ | December 4, 2006 | Leslie Katz and Michelle Meyers
    After searches in Oregon's Curry and Douglas counties, new information on missing CNET senior editor James Kim and family is narrowing the search back to the Bear Camp area in Josephine County, according to reports Monday. A cell phone tower received a signal from one of the family's cell phones last Saturday near Glendale, but officials say the signal is only an indicator the family could have been within 26 miles of Glendale late Saturday night, say local news reports. Glendale is located off Interstate 5, south of Roseburg, where the Kims were confirmed to have stopped at a Denny's...
  • BREAKING NEWS: Elderly couple found dead on fort

    11/03/2006 6:05:29 PM PST · by SandRat · 6 replies · 727+ views
    FORT HUACHUCA — A hiker on Friday found the bodies of an elderly couple on Fort Huachuca, according to the post's Public Affairs Office. The couple were not associated with the military. The bodies were located in a remote area of Huachuca Canyon near a vehicle at approximately 1 p.m., post officials said Friday evening. There is no appearance of foul play, and the incident is under investigation by the FBI and CID.
  • Rare meteorite found in Kansas field

    10/16/2006 5:28:17 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 49 replies · 1,843+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 10/16/06 | Roxana Hegeman - ap
    GREENSBURG, Kan. - Scientists located a rare meteorite in a Kansas wheat field thanks to new ground-penetrating radar technology that someday might be used on Mars. The dig Monday was likely the most documented excavation yet of a meteorite find, with researchers painstakingly using brushes and hand tools to preserve evidence of the impact trail and to date the event of the meteorite strike. Soil samples also were bagged and tagged and organic material preserved for dating purposes. Even before they had the meteorite out of the ground, the scientific experts at the site were able to debunk prevailing wisdom...
  • Air Force Pilot Missing in Action From Vietnam War is Identified

    10/13/2006 7:10:31 PM PDT · by SandRat · 18 replies · 759+ views
    The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office announced today that the remains of a U.S. serviceman, missing in action from the Vietnam War, have been identified and will soon be returned to his family for burial with full military honors. He is 1st Lt. James L. Hull, U.S. Air Force, of Lubbock, Texas. He will be buried Nov. 13 at Arlington National Cemetery near Washington, D.C. On Feb. 19, 1971, Hull and a fellow crew member were flying a mission near the Laos/Vietnam border when their O-2A Skymaster crashed. Both men died, but Hull’s body was buried in the wreckage...