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Stanley Meyer, the inventor of the water-powered car, was not killed by Belgian investors

Soon after Meyer’s sudden death in 1998, rumours started. Were the Belgian investors he was dining with on that fatal evening actually killers send to poison him to make sure that his invention could not longer threaten the interests of the fossil fuels industry? Now more than twenty years later, one of these investors, Philippe Vandemoortele, tells what actually happened.

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Far-fetched Mathematics on Mars

Close to the so called ‘Face on Mars’ there are twelve hills which are likely the remnants of mud volcanoes. These hills are positioned in such a way that you can find all kind of remarkable mathematical relations in the triangles and other figures you can form with those. A hidden message from an alien civilization? Or are these calculations an example of confirmation bias?

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