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Sky Hub – the new do-it-yourself crowd-sourced project that aims to scour the sky across the globe looking for UFO/UAP phenomenon.

We've all thought it. Wouldn't it be nice to have a camera permanently pointed toward the sky, constantly recording and looking for UFO/UAPs? Let's take it a step further. Wouldn't it be nice to have a worldwide network of skyward-pointed devices, scouring the sky for UFOs, collecting, analyzing, and storing data and sharing it in a publicly-accessible database of sightings? That's precisely what Sky Hub intends to achieve - and we think they've got a really good chance of pulling this off. The Sky Hub project aims to coordinate a global network of smart sensor technologies that will upload unusual phenomena spotted in the sky to a unified (cloud-based) database. Data is then processed by artificial intelligence (AI) software to tease out anomalies that look like

Couple’s final photos tell tsunami story from the grave (2004 Indian Ocean tsunami)

As if their last words were cut off mid-sentence The 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake (aka Sumatra-Andaman earthquake) on December 26 is the third-largest earthquake ever recorded and holds the record for the longest duration of faulting ever observed. The massive event triggered a series of devastating tsunamis along the Indian Ocean coast that generated waves up to 100 feet high which pounded the shores resulting in the deaths of approximately 230,000 people. Among those who died were John and Jackie Knill. When their digital camera was discovered among the rubble on a deserted beach in Thailand, the world was left with the pictorial last words of the couple – a visual record of their last moments on earth presented in a harrowing sequence of photos that