Kazakhstan is the ninth largest country in the world, larger than Western Europe, and extends from the Caspian Sea on the west to Mongolia on the east; from Russia in the north to Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and China in the south.
Kazakhstan was the second largest republic in Russia until the 1991 collapse of the U.S.S.R. Kazakhstan has been inhabited for a long time and it is thought those people were the first humans to domesticate and ride horses.
In fact, the name, Kazakhstan, is from an ancient Turkic word that meant “independent, a free spirit.”
Now in 2015, NASA has taken interest in photographing from the International Space Station unusual and very large geoglyphs discovered in the southern Kostanay region and Turgay steppes of northern Kazakhstan.
More and more of the unique and mysterious geoglyphs keep being discovered and the number is now over 200. Their ages are between 3,000 and 7000 years or older and they can only be viewed from high in the air.
In the eleven-minute interview Linda Moulton Howe talks about the amazing discovery and NASA’s interest in these ancient petroglyphs.
In the first post in this series, I looked at the work of Swedish psychiatrist Lars Thorell, who has developed a test which, he claims, is able to predict suicides in depressed patients. Thorell’s test is called electrodermal orientation reactivity (aka electrodermal hyporeactivity), and while Thorell’s work on the technique goes back to the 1980s, it has recently been commercialized by a company called Emotra AB, who named the product EDOR®.
Previously, I expressed scepticism over the pu
Looks like King Tut’s space dagger wasn’t so special after all. The legendary Egyptian pharaoh was found last year to have been buried with a dagger forged from a meteorite, a truly cosmic artifact fit for a king.
Well, as it turns out, pretty much everything made of iron from that period came from fallen space rocks, taking the “wow” factor down a few notches. That’s not to say that artifacts of meteoric origin are commonplace — they’re not — but in the Bronze Age, if you were working wi
|If anybody ever catches up with the mysterious fireballs which are reported frequently over the southwest, it’s a good bet that Lincoln LaPaz won’t be far behind.|
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|Mankind appears not to be alone, judging by the presence of beings from other planets who come to our own Earth for still unguessed-at reasons.|
Recently, a taxicab driver became part of paranormal activity as he returned from dropping off a fare at Villa Mercedes in San Luis, after which he was able to capture an unidentified flying object (UFO) on his cellphone.
The man explained that his radio started giving him trouble near the La Ribera district. Not long after, the vehicle’s engine died and the driver got out of his vehicle, fearfully, to check the battery. It was exactly at that moment that he saw a light floating in the sky, which appeared to have been following him.
The driver — according to information furnished by the MDZ web site – decided to take out his cellphone and record the phenomenon in question, as the UFO was visible at a distance.
After a while, the man says the light went out, and when he tried to start the car, the engine turned over without any problem. This occurred at 1:30 in the morning.
* Source: La Neta (www.lanetanoticias.com) and Planeta UFO
* [Translation (c) S. Corrales, IHU with thanks to Guillermo Gimenez, Planeta UFO]
When the humanoid robot Sophia was granted citizenship in Saudi Arabia—the first robot to receive citizenship anywhere in the world—many people were outraged. Some were upset because she now had more rights than human women living in the same country. Others just thought it was a ridiculous PR stunt.
Sophia’s big news brought forth a lingering question, especially as scientists continue to develop advanced and human-like AI machines: Should robots be given human rights?
|On June 24, 1947, Kenneth Arnold, of Meridian, Idaho, was flying his two-seater plane from Chehalis to Yakima, Washington, over Mt Rainier.|
Suddenly, there in his path, he said, were nine shiny, pulsating objects flying over the Cascade Mountains as fast as 1,700 miles per hour. They were moving in a strange weaving motion.
While outside in my yard, i noticed a bright orange/red orb in the sky to the south of me. it appeared to be moving to the south slowly. i watched for a few seconds and then went to get my phone for a picture. when i returned after approximately 5 seconds, the orb was gone.
I observe these lights from pch heading east towards the 10 freeway i decided to pull over and videotape and take pictures of the objects that i witnessed about a half a mile west of the santa monica pier