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A video which two walkers claim shows the body of a dead alien has become an internet sensation among believers and sceptics alike.

The men insist they were walking in the Siberian region of Irkutsk when they stumbled upon their find, which is around two feet tall with a skinny body and big head.

Part of the so-called alien's leg is missing and it also has other bodily traumas, suggesting a potential reason for its death – if it was ever really

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The days of having to hunt down your mobile phone or mp3 player charger before you can finally plug it in could be numbered thanks to a new technology that was unveiled this week.

Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology presented the nanogenerator at the National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society, a revolutionary new chip that can use heartbeats to produce electricity.

So small that 500 could fit in a single human hair, its tiny contractions and

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Iran has claimed to have built the world's first flying saucer in a bid to show its technological advancement.

According to the Daily Mail, nobody knows what it looks like yet or how high up it can fly, but the country's ISNA news agency said it has GPS and facilities for "aerial imaging" on "various missions".

Strangely, the fact that it can fly indoors was cited as a highlight, which will be really useful on space

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A new survey has discovered that a worrying number of Brits seem to think that TV programmes such as Doctor Who are documentaries.

According to a poll carried out by Birmingham Science City, 30 per cent of respondents believe that time travel is actually possible.

Meanwhile, more than a fifth think the lightsabers from Star Wars exist and almost half think they could get hold of a hover board a la Marty McFly, if they really wanted to.

Despite GCSE science doing its

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