Europe was given a front-row seat for the first solar eclipse of 2011 only to find that in many places a thick curtain of cloud marred the spectacle. In London, Paris and Rome, hopes for a darkening of the winter skies at sunrise were dashed by dense cloud which turned the event into a grey mush.
Armada of Light Ships/Manifestations with inter weaving darker UFO craft. Welcome to the Cosmic Drama as things start to rapidly unfold.. filmed in Saratoga County 11:11 AM 12/09/2010www.youtube.com/danielofdoriaa for all the Latest Updates!! and Subscribe to CosmicDramaQueen for the orginal V
This is SINGULATRUM The ULTIMATE SERIES FOR AWARENESS RAISING.. This AMAZING VIDEO shows MANY OF THE RUINS of the Civilization of the ANCIENTS that were lost in THE NOW EASILY PROVEN GREAT FLOOD Around 10,000 to 15,000 Years ago.. The ruins stretch the entire GLOBE and even beyond onto the surface o
Women with advanced breast cancer who were treated with Roche's Avastin were more likely to develop heart failure than other women, according to an analysis released on Tuesday that raised more concerns about the already troubled drug.
TAIPEI - TAIWAN'S environmental authorities said on Wednesday they are planning to promote potty training for pigs to help curb water and waste pollution. The Environmental Protection Administration made the pledge following the success of a pig farm in southern Taiwan, where the breeder started to
TOKYO - A GIANT bluefin tuna fetched a record 32.49 million yen, or nearly S$510,600, in the first auction of the year at the world's largest wholesale fish market in Japan. The price for the 342kg tuna beat the previous record set in 2001 when a 202kg fish sold for 20.2 million yen at Tokyo's Tsuki
BEIJING - CHINA looks set to start the new year struggling with a food safety problem that it just cannot seem to overcome.From fake wine and bleached mushrooms to chemicals in hot pots and counterfeit tofu, the country has been dogged by multiple food scandals in recent weeks, all coming after mela
MANILA - THE death toll from landslides and floods in the Philippines rose to 25 on Wednesday, with those trying to profit from the disaster by salvaging flotsam becoming victims themselves, officials said. Although major highways are now open after landslide rubble was cleared away, large areas of
KUALA LUMPUR - THE crime index for Kuala Lumpur dropped 6,707 points or 18.3 per cent to 29,953 last year compared to the 36,663 points in 2009, Kuala Lumpur police chief Datuk Zulkifli Abdullah said on Tuesday.He also said that last year, a total of 14,806 of the 29,953 investigated cases, or 49.4
THAILAND - THE Red Shirts will still stage a mass rally on Sunday regardless of Tuesday's bail review for detained protesters and the court ban on public assembly for Pheu Thai MP Jatuporn Promphan, leaders said on Monday. 'Rally organisers will meet tomorrow to map out activities,' Thida Thawornset
We have a pretty good idea of what we're going to see at CES this week: tablets, tablets, tablets. Oh, and some Internet-connected TVs, cars, 4G wireless networking, and ultra-powerful smartphones and notebooks for good measure. Read this blog post by Erica Ogg on Circuit Breaker.