On both Christmas and New Year’s Eve a series of mysterious booms rocked the Greater Toronto area. These booms have also been heard to a lesser extent in the days surrounding these holidays. They rattled houses and caused minor damage, such the breakage of small objects and the cracking of windows. Many compared the sound to that of a tree falling either on their home or a nearby home. Some of the effected areas include Newmarket, Aurora, Belleville, Richmond Hill, and Sutton.
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Although it’s been rumored since June, it is now apparently official. David Lynch and Mark Frost’s quirky television series “Twin Peaks” will be coming to Blu-Ray on March 24, 2014. A pre-order option is always available on Amazon UK. Some may still be skeptical due to the lack of box art. But this is true. We’ve checked out sources, and their sources.
Have the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, been found? One Oxford academic says, “yes!”.
A little over two weeks after leaving his show “Dark Matter” on SiriusXM satellite radio, Art Bell has confirmed (on bellgab.com) that the company plans on enforcing the non compete clause in his contract. If not challenged and overturned this will prevent Art Bell from appearing on radio for two years.
They say there’s nothing new under the sun. But, if a recent Hubble telescope discovery is to be believed, there is certainly something new orbiting it. In the asteroid belt, no less!
Pictured above is an experimental aircraft built by the USAF in 1956-57 known as “Project 1794”. It was built by the Canadian company Avro Aircraft, LTD. It was tested in Malton, Ontario. The test version was subsonic, but a Mach 4 version was on the drawing table.