Classified Outrageous Military Experiments Are Stranger Than Fiction

The interns here at the MuSuNaHi are all thoroughly distracted, what with the opening of the film “Wolverine” - which ushers in the beginning of the so-called “Summer Block-Buster Movie Season.”
HR was quick to point out to these temporary twerps that if they were impressed by a fictitious Black-Ops division of the military lacing a make-believe mutant’s body with a nigh-indestructible comic book-concocted metal dubbed “Adamantium,” they might be interested to learn of the real highly-classified experimental hi-jinx the real military has come up with over the years.
Fortunately, the charming folks over at livescience.com have aggregated the list of “The 10 Most Outrageous Military Experiments Of All Time.”
Some of the paramilitary pageant contestants consist of having “...shot accident victims up with plutonium, tested nerve gas on sailors, and tried out ESP.”
The report goes on to remark: “While some of the tests seem outlandish in hindsight, the military continues to push the envelope in seeking new warfare techniques based on cutting-edge science and technology.”
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Man’s Best Friend Just Got Better; And By “Better” We Mean Glow-In-The-Dark

This just in from South Korea: South Korean scientists say they have engineered four beagles that glow red using cloning techniques that could help develop cures for human diseases.
The four dogs, all named “Ruppy” — a combination of the words “ruby” and “puppy” — look like typical beagles by daylight.
We’re dispatching a team to fly out to South Korea to attempt to determine how glowing red dogs could help cure diseases.
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Japanese Scientists Announce Breakthrough; Killer Robots To Become Eco-Friendly

It’s reports like this that make The Museum of SuperNatural History’ motto - “We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know” - really hit home.
Japanese Scientists, already notorious for creating a “Living Doll Made Out Of Cancer Cells,” have now unveiled a chemical gel that can walk like an inchworm.
According to the report: “the colour-changing, motile gel by combining polymers that change in size depending on their chemical environment. This is based on an oscillating chemical reaction called the Belousov–Zhabotinsky (BZ) reaction. The result is an autonomous material that moves without electronic stimulation.”
Unfortunately this seemingly green innovation is mitigated by the inevitable robot-army rebellion predicted by military expert.
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If Asteroids Didn’t Kill The Dinosaurs, What Did?

The suddenness with which so many species of dinosaurs vanished 65-million-years ago has always suggested a single cataclysmic event, and when a 112-mi., 65-million-year-old crater off the Yucatán peninsula was discovered in 1978 near the town of Chicxulub, it seemed obvious that the smoking gun was a 7-mile wide asteroid larger than Mt. Everest.
But new study in the Journal of the Geological Society suggests that this may not have been the case. The authors argue that the asteroid impact and the dinosaur extinction may have actually occurred 300,000 years apart.
So what did kill off the dinosaurs? And did any survive? And what the heck is swimming around Loch Ness?
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Google To Put A Garden On The Moon By 2012; So How Come Gmail Is Still In Beta?

As part of the Google X Prize, Paragon Space Development is collaborating with Odyssey Moon to develop a mini greenhouse designed specifically to function on the surface of the moon, grow a plant from a seed, and hopefully see it flower and seed itself.
While this would be considered a milestone, the timing is a bit ironic - if not cataclysmic - as many see the year 2012 as the potential end of life on earth.
On a more positive note, this achievement might mitigate some of Google and NASA’s previous mash-ups, so we wish them well with this endeavor.
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Vatican Insider Leaks Information About Extraterrestrial Presence

In May of 2008, in the interview with the L’Osservatore Romano - the semi-official newspaper of the Holy See, Vatican Astronomer Reverend Jose Gabriel Funes was quoted as saying he doesn’t rule out the possibility that life could have developed on other planets.
At the time, this seemed like a fairly startling statement - in effect, what the Reverend was saying was the equivalent of “...and on the 8th day, God created ET.”
But now, the the ante has been raised high into the atmosphere by an even more shocking story from The Canadian National Newspaper.
The article revolves around Italian journalist Luca Scantamburlo, who has written extensively about an interview conducted between Cristoforo Barbato and an unnamed Vatican Jesuit priest who has confidentially disclosed inside information about a clandestine meeting in 1954 at California’s Muroc Air Force Base (now known as Edwards AFB) involving President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Los Angeles Bishop James Francis McIntyre and an extraterrestrial delegation.
The report goes on to state that “As a result of this meeting the Vatican established and maintains to this day a secret organization - the S.I.V. - that studies and catalogues information relating to ET contact.” In addition, Scantamburlo goes on to claim that a Catholic Bishop was threatened by an American Secret Service agent to maintain silence about this event and more.
Of course, it has always been theorized that there are multiple references to alien life forms and UFOs in The Bible, and Ezekiel 1 is often thought to be the description of the old testament prophet being abducted by aliens. Likewise, the Book of Enoch is riddled with... well, riddles. As such it was excluded from The Bible - shrouded in the same veil of mystery as the Vatican itself.
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With Apologies To TS Elliot, Apparently THIS Is How The World Ends

“Are we ready for a Solar Hurricane Katrina?” That was the ominous question posed by an ABC News Report that examines the potential catastrophic results of increased solar storms and the subsequent solar flares, that are soon to begin raging on the surface of the Sun.
Oh, and apparently, the answer is: “No... we are so not ready.”
According to a recent NASA report, the worst case scenario “...would likely include, for example, disruption of the transportation, communication, banking, and finance systems, and government services; the breakdown of the distribution of potable water owing to pump failure; and the loss of perishable foods and medications because of lack of refrigeration.”
NASA’ report went on to pessimistically peg the cost of this cosmic calamity at several trillion dollars.
The first observed solar storm took place in 1859 and is known as The Carrington Event, named after British Solar Astrologist Richard Carrington, who personally observed the phenomena.
It has been theorized that the next round of solar flares may be exacerbated by, or even the direct result of the fated planetary alignment due to take place on December 21, 2012 - an event ominously predicted with uncanny accuracy by the Mayan Calendar.
In this scenario, giant solar flares will strike the earth and disrupt our planet’s electromagnetic field to such an extent that the earth will experience an actual pole shift resulting in unimaginable and unprecedented global devastation.
Fortunately, there are some giant brains at NASA attempting to come up with a civilization-saving Plan B.
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Danger Will Robinson! Robots Narrow The Gap With Humans

Here at the MuSuNaHi, we’ve been following the rapid and somewhat disconcerting advances in robotics for some time.
From Google and NASA’s collaboration on “machines smarter than man”, to news from the 2008 TED conference that the creation of cyborgs is imminent, as well as the US Army’s pack of high-tech robot dogs and of course, the inevitable robot rebellion which will no doubtably be the result of the Pentagon’s Small Business Innovation Research program’s call for contractors to design a pack of mobile, agile, and hostile robots whose main function is to hunt down “noncooperative human subjects,” we certainly have cause to sleep with one bionic-eye open.
But now, word out of Washington is that the gap between humans and robots is rapidly closing.
Due to the exponential increase in computer power - which doubles every two years - robots are becoming more human-like every day. Justin Rattner, Intel’s chief technology officer went so far as to predict that “machines could even overtake humans in their ability to reason in the not-too-distant future.”
Likewise, inventor and technology evangelist Ray Kurzweil provocatively asserts that robots will soon be able to pass the “Turing Test” - a test devised by the famed British father of artificial intelligence, Robert Turing - meant to determine whether or not a robot could successfully pass for a human.
The point at which robots and humans “merge” and become one is often and eerily referred to as “The Singularity.”
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Astronaut Claims: Man Not Alone In The Universe; Uhm Houston, We Have A Problem

Dr. Edgar Mitchell, a member of the 1971 Apollo 14 mission, went on record at the conclusion of the X-Conference - a meeting of UFO activists and enthusiasts - held at the National Press Club in Washington, and stated unequivocally that extra-terrestrials exist and have visited our planet.
Interestingly enough, Mitchell grew up in Roswell, New Mexico, the site of an infamous UFO crash that took place in 1947. The good Doctor asserts that residents of Roswell “had been hushed and and told not to talk about their experience by military authorities.” Mitchell’s account sounds eerily similar to the habits of the notorious Men In Black.
Mitchell was even recently interviewed by Larry King - famed TV host often suspected of being some sort of alien life form himself.
Naturally, despite Mitchell’s having been to space and having walked on the moon, NASA spokesman Michael Cabbage dismissed the astronaut’s claims stating “NASA does not track UFOs. NASA is not involved in any sort of cover-up about alien life on this planet or anywhere else - period.”
Cover-up? Who said anything about a cover-up?
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