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Solar Storm Strikes Earth

The largest solar storm in five years has engulfed Earth, but scientists say the planet has lucked out -- so far.  It's the result of one of the largest and most dramatic solar explosions ever seen.

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Was Osama Bin Laden Really Buried At Sea?

That's what we were told.  The "official" story is that the founder and leader of Al Qaeda was given a burial at sea, only a few hours after commandos from the US Navy's SEAL Team 6 killed him in his home in Pakistan.

But there are now reports that it may not have happened that way.  You be the judge.

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Asteroid Coming Toward Earth – What to do??

Forget about that Mayan Doomsday prophecy -- the one that says the world will come an end this December.  Not very many credible people take that one seriously.

But a lot of people with credible credentials say an asteroid will come close to Earth next February, and it should be taken very seriously because it could hit the Earth.

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via Lufkin Industries, by permission
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Lufkin Industries Buys British Oil Tech Firm

Lufkin Industries has completed a merger that will make the company an even bigger worldwide player in oil exploration and production.  Lufkin's British subsidiary, Lufkin Industries Holdings UK Limited, has bought Zenith Oilfield Technology Ltd., based in Aberdeen, Scotland.

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Japan Tsunami Debris Floats Toward North America

Here's another aftershock of the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan last March.  Millions of tons of debris from near total destruction were washed out to sea when the tsunami subsided and tides returned to normal.

Much of the debris sank to the ocean floor, but between one and two million tons of debris are still floating in the Pacific.  Worse, it's drifting eastward toward North America, and a lot of it is going to wash up on a lot of shorelines over the next two years.

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Australian Scams Nigerian Scammers

It's an old saying that you can't scam a scammer.   A 23 year old woman in Australia will tell you that's not necessarily so, because she did it, to some Nigerians no less.

She also got in trouble because of the way she did it.

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Shock: Stephen Hawking Likes Sex Clubs and Topless Bars

What you are about to read is true.

Of all the people on this planet, the world's most famous theoretical physicist is the last person you would expect to enjoy going to sex clubs and topless bars.

Then again, why not?  Dr. Stephen Hawking is, after all, famous for his understanding of "heavenly bodies".

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Maybe a Dingo Really Did Eat Her Baby

A coroner in Darwin, Australia says she will rule soon on the results of the fourth inquest into the most notorious and bitterly controversial legal drama in the nation's history:  the 1980 death of a 9-week-old baby whose parents say was taken by a dingo from her tent in the Australian Outback.

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