Monthly Archive for August, 2007


A young bachelor creates a Web site to raise money for women who want breast implants. The women pose for photographs on the site, and so-called benefactors pay for the right to look — and to “interact,” as he puts it, via email and blog posts.


There is no doubt that some UFOs are alien spacecraft. Moreover, the subject of flying saucers represents a “Cosmic Watergate” – a colossal government cover-up.


Indecent exposure of undergarments, masculine or feminine, will be unlawful in a public place. It would go in the same portion of the city code that outlaws sex in public and the exposure or fondling of genitals.


2000-Year-Old Meteors will rain down on August 31, 2007.


A jovial 60-year-old claims not only to see dead people but also receive messages from them that she passes on to their loved ones who pay $40 per half hour for her services.


Astronomers have found an enormous void in space that measures nearly a billion light-years across.


China”s one-child policy, and a traditional preference for male heirs, has led many couples to try to ensure that their single offspring is a boy. Some pay for illegal ultrasound tests to discover the sex of a foetus, and abort it if it is female.


Archeologists believe they may have found the remains of two children of Russia”s last tsar, executed by the Bolsheviks in 1918. Ceramic vessels found nearby appear to have contained sulphuric acid, consistent with an account by one of the Bolshevik firing squad, who said that after shooting the family they doused the bodies in acid to destroy the flesh and prevent them becoming objects of veneration.


Experts have found a way to trigger an out-of-body experience in volunteers.


Officials apprehend two students as they waited to board a British Airways plane with more than 6kg (13lb) of cocaine concealed in laptop bags. They say they were not aware of drugs in their luggage and had been tricked into carrying them.