New Deal May Prompt Czech Ratification Of Lisbon Treaty


The eurosceptic Czech president, Vaclav Klaus, has hinted that a new Swedish-proposed deal may satisfy his worries about the Lisbon Treaty, and may prompt

Mars Lander – NASA’s Phoenix Is Presumed Dead


NASA have issued a statement saying that they have not heard from the Phoenix lander since November the 2nd, and are now presuming that

NASA Launches First Rocket Since 1981… For What?


Yesterday NASA launched it’s first full size rocket since 1981, as part of it’s plans to reach the Moon over the coming decade. The

Naked Scanner Being Trialled In Manchester Airport


Manchester Airport has begun trials of a new technology which, it is hoped, will improve airport security, but many civil liberties groups are calling

More Water Found On The Moon & Mars


In an ironic twist from us loosing our ice here on Earth, we have now come across large deposits of the newly-endangered substance in

More Mixed Messages From Burma’s Dictators


Two very different headlines are circulating in the world’s press these past few days regarding Burma. We are being told by the mainstream media

Morales Suspends United States DEA Anti-Drug OP’s In Bolivia


President Evo Morales has suspended the United States DEA, and all of its “Anti-Drug” operations, in Bolivia, indefinitely. He has accused the Americans of

Moon Landings Are Celebrated With Questionable NASA Photos


If you follow the news regularly, no matter which source(s) you get your news from, you will have been bombarded this week with NASA

Moon Impact Mission Now Confirmed As Success


On the 9th of October this year, the Centaur rocket was launched towards the Cabeus crater on the Moon, by the Lunar CRater Observing

Mixed Feelings Across America As The DC Sniper Goes Silently


The reaction to Tuesday’s execution of John Allen Muhammad has been mixed at best, with many people saying that Lee Boyd Malvo should have

National Priorities Project Report: Military Cost Of Securing Oil & Gas In 2009


The US-based NATIONAL PRIORITIES PROJECT have issued a new report showing that somewhere between $97bn and $215bn will be spent in 2009 by the

Michael Schumacher To Temporarily Return To Formula 1


Michael Schumacher is set to return to Formula 1, to drive for Ferrari as a temporary replacement for the badly-injured Felipe Massa. He said

Mexican Doctors Sold Newborn Babies To Highest Bidders


Three doctors, a receptionist and a nurse have been accused of taking newborn babies from their mothers, shortly after birth, and pretending that they

Mass-Produced ‘Better Place’ Electric Car Could Be Pulled


There is another brand new type of electric vehicle (EV) which is currently being promoted all over the world. This new technology is designed by

Martti Ahtisaari Wins The Nobel Peace Prize 2008


In this time of global market turmoil & with an un-easy number of conflicts going on around the world, it sure is nice to