Extraordinary News of the Week (April 20-26)

Each week we delve into the top headlines that may not have made it to the front page, but are no less noteworthy.  Keep reading after the featured story, for a list of even more Extraordinary news of the week.

This Week’s Extraordinary Top Story


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According to http://www.captive-media.co.uk/azithromycin-resistant-chlamydia/, a Kazakh newspaper, the Republic of Kazakhstan is planning on building the first Embassy for Extraterrestrials in their Country.  According to the paper  they have “allocated a large plot of land in the city of Almaty” for the project.

While this information has been widely reported in the last 24 hours, there has been no confirmation of the Alien Embassy from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan as yet.  UFO Examiner is asking whether or not Express K is perhaps the Kazakh version of a tabloid.  We’ll have to wait and see.  Until then, please refrain from making Borat jokes!  Read the full story from Examiner.com here. Discover More Here

Many people are probably thinking that the recent Swine Flu outbreak should have been featured as the Top Story of the Week.  However, E.I. has decided that we can cover the Swine Influenza issues  more effectively if we continue to post items on that topic in independent posts.  This way, there is less of a space limit as to what can be reported.  New update on Swine Flu will be coming soon.  Until then, feel free to check out our previous posts on the topic here:  tadalafil brand names Fort Worth and free dating sites in india yahoo answers

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From Daily ExpressNewly Released Documents Show “Plan B” for the Moon Landing. It has recently been revealed that a little known speech was written to be delivered by President Nixon in the case of a failure in the moon landing.  The newly revealed memo written by the President’s speech writer is titled, “In the event of Moon disaster”.  One line from the memo chillingly states, “Fate has ordained that the men who went to the Moon to explore in peace will stay on the Moon to rest in peace”.  (Read more…)

From The GuardianAleister Crowley’s property on Loch Ness up for sale. A plot of land once owned by the self-proclaimed “most wicked man in the world” has been put up for sale, attracting interest from rock stars, developers and disciples of the dark arts.  (Read more…)

From All News WebBigfoot spotted in Australia. Two women who were backpacking in the bushland of Australia witnessed a creature that they claimed looked like the American Bigfoot.  The Australian version of Bigfoot is often called the Yowie.  (Read more…)

From Times Online: 1,000 more feet of The Great Wall of China discovered.  Using new mapping technology, scientists have discovered that the Great Wall extends much further than previously thought.  (Read more…)

From BBC Kosher Exorcisms. A rabbi in England claims that his synagogue has been visited by an unseen force capable of opening windows, as well as knocking at doors and making other inexplicable noises.  (Read more…)

From AnanovaLongest place name in U.S. spelled incorrectly. In an embarrassing moment, U.S. officials have had to admit to a typo in the name of a lake that boasts the longest place name in America.  Previously known as ‘Lake Chargoggagoggmanchaoggagoggchaubunaguhgamaugg’ it has now been revealed that the correct spelling is ‘Lake Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg’.  Locals still call it ‘Lake Webster’, for obvious reasons.  Before clicking on the article, see if you can spot the difference! (Read more…)

From Northern Territory News: In more Yowie News… Extraordinary Intelligence can honestly report that we’ve never had a double Yowie news week, until now.  It is being reported that a dog who was viciously killed was not the victim of the Australian Bigfoot, contrary to earlier reports.  (Read more…)

From the Plymouth Herald: 400 Year Old cat discovered in the bathroom. Renovations of an old home reveal the mummified corpse of a 400 year old cat.  Local legend has it that the cat was placed there to ward of witches.  New residents say that they have not had any witch encounters, so cat must be working. (Read more…)

From Reuters: Scientists make extremely strong spider silk. Scientists make the already strong silk of a spider’s web three times stronger by adding metal to its compound. (Fair warning.  If you are as terrified of spiders as I am, do not click the following link, as there is a creepy looking spider photo at the top of the page!!) (Read more…)

From Yahoo NewsA U.S. doctor claims to have cloned humans.  In an apparent effort to give the Raelians a run for their money, Panayiotis Zavos claims that he has cloned 14 human embryos and transferred 11 of them to the wombs of 4 women. (Read more…)

From Russia Today: Laser could divert lightning. A team of scientists at the University of Arizona headed by Professor Pavel Polynkin combined a high energy pulse laser beam, which could be used in the future to redirect lightning.  (Read more…)

From ABC News: Ancient bones discovered underneath Oldest Boston Church. The site of the famous “One if by land and two if by sea” warning from Paul Revere during the American Revolution is the home of 1,100 skeletons.  Scientists to try to uncover the identities of the Bostonian remains.  (Read more…)

 

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