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- A fertility doctor claimed he has cloned human embryos and placed them in four women. The doctor, Panayiotis Zavos, cloned 14 embryos and placed 11 of them into four different wombs. He claims he planted the embryos in two Americans, one Brit and one Middle Eastern woman. None of the implants resulted in pregnancy but Zavos said it was the "first chapter" in baby cloning.
- The U.S. government is covering up the fact alien life exists, a former NASA astronaut claims. The astro, Edgar Mitchell, was part of the Apollo 14 moon mission in 1971 and grew up in the geographyic epicenter of UFO conspiracy theories: Roswell, New Mexico. "We're not alone," the 78-year old told an annual conference of UFO enthusiasts.
- A new "love light" that is being developed would allow couples separated by long distances to draw in light on each other's beds or bodies. The light is meant to be an intimate alternative to texting or e-mailing and works by translating moments from one partner into beams of light on the other.
- A tribe from New Guinea is suing the New Yorker for $10 million becaue it claims a story falsely accused membes of the tribe as rapists, murders and pig thieves.