29 September, 2016

UK Police Helicopter Films UFO Over The Bristol Channel

Police in Wales filmed a UFO craft over the Bristol Channel last week and uploaded the video to Twitter, asking social media followers for suggestions that could help to identify it.

Police baffled by 'UFO' captured on helicopter's thermal imaging camera 1000ft above Bristol Channel | DailyMail

The footage has caused excitement among members of the UFO community. UFO conspiracy theorists say that police documentation of the mysterious craft could be the definitive proof of alien visitations to our planet that skeptics have been waiting for.

The UFO was filmed on Saturday, September 17, 2016, at about 1,000 feet over the Bristol Channel by a stunned police helicopter pilot.

National Police Air Service (NPAS) based in St. Athan, a village in South Wales, shared part of the seven minutes footage (see below) with their Twitter followers on Friday, September 23, 2016. They asked for suggestions that could help solve the UFO mystery, adding an alien emoji to the tweet.

The footage (see above) shows a black, hot, disc-shaped object hovering and then flying over the Bristol Channel. NPAS explained to their Twitter followers that the infrared footage was actually captured at about 9:30 p.m. although the footage reads 8:30 p.m., according to the Mirror.

27 September, 2016

Ancient Roman Coins Found In Castle Ruins In Japan

Coins issued in ancient Rome have been excavated from the ruins of a castle in a city in Okinawa Prefecture, the local education board said Monday, the first time such artifacts have been recovered from ruins in Japan.

The education board of the city of Uruma said the four copper coins believed to date back to the Roman Empire in the third to fourth centuries were discovered in the ruins of Katsuren Castle, which existed from the 12th century to the 15th.
A sample of the Roman Coins found
Okinawa’s trade with China and the Southeast Asian region was thriving at the time and the finding is “precious historical material suggesting a link between Okinawa and the Western world,” the board said.

Each coin measures 1.6 to 2 centimeters in diameter. The designs and patterns on both sides are unclear due to abrasion.

Based on X-ray analysis, however, the education board said the coins appear to bear an image of Constantine I and a soldier holding a spear. Other relics unearthed from the same site include a coin of the 17th century Ottoman Empire, and five round metallic products that appear to be coins.

The ruins of Katsuren Castle were registered in 2000 on the World Heritage list as part of the “Gusuku Sites and Related Properties of the Kingdom of Ryukyu,” a group of ancient monuments and castle ruins in the island prefecture.

more Roman Coins
The coins will be displayed at Uruma City Yonagusuku Historical Museum in central Okinawa until Nov. 25.

Source:  http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2016/09/26/national/history/ancient-roman-coins-unearthed-castle-ruins-okinawa/

21 September, 2016

Secretive North Korea Not So Secretive - North Korean DNS Now Public!

On Sept 19, 2016 at approximately 10:00PM (PDT), one of North Korea's top level nameservers was accidentally configured to allow global DNS zone transfers. This allows anyone who performs an AXFR (zone transfer) request to the country's ns2.kptc.kp nameserver to get a copy of the nation's top level DNS data. North Korea has a total of 28 Secret/Only For North Korean Sites

Some of the sites are failing to load but that's most likely because of excess users viewing what on there.

Here's a list of all the websites and what they are in case you can't visit the link at the top:
Here's another list of North Korean websites under its control

for more information click here