NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory published a new animation tour of the strange dwarf planet as seen by the Dawn spacecraft, from a new orbit closer to the surface. Take a tour of weird Ceres! Visit a 2-mile-deep crater and a 4-mile-tall mountain in the video narrated by mission director Marc Rayman. Get your red/blue glasses […]
Korean girl group T-ARA and China’s Chopstick Brothers have released a new music video version of the viral hit song “Little Apple,” which had been previously featured in a Chinese army recruitment video.
(NASA/Goddard) — A number of people who’ve seen NASA’s annual lunar phase and libration videos have asked what the other side of the Moon looks like, the side that can’t be seen from the Earth. This video answers that question. The imagery was created using Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter data.
In 2010, South Korea responded to military provocations from North Korea with a renewed psychological warfare effort. The first weapon of choice? Korean popular music known as K-Pop.
A psychological battle for freedom is being waged against the regime in North Korea by the South: “It’s another good day to eat. In this world … being fat means power, justice and truth.”
K-pop America explores the best of the online world of Korean popular music and cultural influence (hallyu) from an American perspective.
Imagine this: your neighbor in the apartment next door is an extraterrestrial alien being from another star: “Is he Uri Geller, or something? You know, the TV magician back in the day. He said he came across a UFO and obtained superpowers. He bent spoons with his eyes.”
Showtime has announced the return of the 1990-91 revolutionary TV series “Twin Peaks.”
In another mind-bending, phone bending stunt, entertainer and mystifier Uri Geller, who was once sought out by the CIA for his unique skill set, accepted a challenge from U.K. International Business Times to bend a phone with his mind.
Psychic spy Ingo Swann wrote one of the most bizarre accounts in the history of the paranormal war effort. According to Ingo Swann, a super-secret group, led by a mysterious “Mr. Axelrod” put him mind-to-mind and face-to-face against an extraterrestrial avatar in human form.
Korea-related story concept development project update.
Is it possible that the South Korean K-Pop group Girl’s Day actually released a song and music video that was deliberately intended to send a message to North Korea?
2014 marks the ten-year anniversary of STARstream Research / STARpod and the beginning of a new phase of futurism: exploring the influence of South Korean popular culture — called hallyu — in the Asia Pacific region and beyond.
Globally popular Korean girls group 2NE1 present a dreary vision of a dystopian future where the only escape is to live inside an inescapable computer-created virtual reality.
“I’m trying to tell you I don’t know — but if were visited someday, I wouldn’t be surprised. I just hope that it is not like ‘Independence Day.'”
South Korea sinks sexist North Korea propaganda machine with sexed-up K-Pop torpedo: “The Defense Ministry is apparently minded to use songs and music videos by manufactured girl bands … in so-called psychological warfare against North Korea.”
Fox is bringing back Jack Bauer and the TV series “24” — and the network gave audiences a first look during the Super Bowl.
In his new book, “The Secret Life of Uri Geller,” author Jonathon Margolis has compiled countless tales of the misadventures of a psychic, mentalist and mystifier turned intelligence asset.
One of the more controversial items raised by the new BBC documentary about Uri Geller’s secret life is the possibility that Geller’s mind-beyond-matter skills might have come into play during the hostage-rescue mission carried out by commandos of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) at Entebbe Airport in Uganda in July 1976.