I'm sure most of us have witnessed totally inappropriate comments from children which often seem to be voiced at full volume in the most public of places - for example, "Why has that woman got a moustache?" in the supermarket queue. There is nothing malicious in such observations, just curiosity. No offence intended in the slightest.
In one of the strangest coincidences of all time, I had actually spent this very afternoon making weak jokes to a friend about how the new version of Paddington Bear was edgier, darker and, yes, sexier than previous versions. Turns out I was right.
Nasa's search for extra-terrestrial life will take another exploratory step forward in March 2015 when the Dawn satellite
A photographer in Switzerland has managed to recreate the iconic image of a flying bicycle silhouetted by the Moon - without
From self-referential nods to the director's previous works to gentle jibes aimed at the cast, cinema is full of private
With the closure of the Ministry of Defence desk specifically dealing with claimed alien encounters in the UK, we now have no formal department to analyse - or respond to - any potentially legitimate claim. In other words, if E.T. phones home, all he'll get is 'number unobtainable.' But how likely is a call from E.T. in the first place? Well, let me put it this way: I'm not a conspiracy theorist but I do believe in aliens. I also believe in interstellar spaceships and life on other planets. Is this rational? Far from being outlandish, this is the only logical conclusion to draw about the universe and our place in it.
Patriotic? Prepared? Petrified? Or just plain nuts? All are terms that can be applied to the numerous people who have written
Imagine. You've just seen a UFO. You're slightly shaken by the experience. You just want an explanation. So you turn to the
Newly released files on UFOs show some alleged contact with aliens went far beyond just sightings including one domestically
A UFO researcher was so worried about the threat of UFOs he felt compelled to write to her Majesty herself, declassified