Monday, 5 December 2011

Last post...

... for this blog, but I've started a new blog doing much the same thing which you can view by clicking here or the link on the right. Cheers!

Saturday, 22 October 2011

Thursday, 20 October 2011

Oh, Superman!

On a whim Superman flies faster than the speed of light causing him to travel thousands of years back in time. The super sweat he produces from his exertions causes the Great Flood.

Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Thursday, 25 August 2011

Kangaroos of Osaki

For many years the Japanese region of Mayama, a mountain district of Osaki city in Miyagi prefecture, has been inundated with reports of a number of kangaroo sightings.

During winter snowfalls in the region can reach 20 centimeters and temperatures fall below minus 10 C, but zoology specialist Hideo Obara, professor emeritus at Kagawa Nutrition University, asserts "It wouldn't be that unusual for a kangaroo to be living in Miyagi Prefecture. Kangaroos are good at adapting to different environments and some species live in areas where the temperature is below freezing."

Television crews and newspapers have set up hidden cameras but have failed to photograph any marsupials.

Friday, 19 August 2011


Mario Borghezio, an Italian member of the European Parliament, said that the EU needed its own "X Files" archive where anyone could see information on UFOs – including data gathered by the military.

Mr Borghezio said all European governments should go public and stop what he called a "systematic cover-up."

Mr Borghezio also said it was essential to have a scientific centre to research unidentified flying objects. Its investigations could have "major scientific and technological spin-offs," he said.

"I think that, under the principle of transparency, the EU member states have a duty to make public and available to all scientific data on UFOs which today are partially or wholly withheld," he said.

He is seeking the support of other lawmakers from the 736-member assembly for a statement calling on governments to act.

So far, though, he's collected only 18 signatures.

Daily Telegraph (6 July 2010)