The film was released by British Lion. The film's storyline concerns a female alien commander sent from Mars to acquire human males to replace their declining male population, thereby saving Martian civilisation from extinction. Nyah, a female commander from Mars heads for London in her flying saucer. She is part of the advance alien team looking for Earth men to replace the declining male population on her world, the result of a "devastating war between the sexes". Because of damage to her craft, caused when entering the Earth's atmosphere, and an apparent crash with an airliner, she is forced to land in the remote Scottish moors.
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Two women accused of stabbing two other women wearing Muslim headscarves near the Eiffel Tower in Paris and trying to rip off their veils have been charged with assault and racist slurs, legal sources told AFP news agency on Thursday. The case comes amid heightened racial tensions following the killing last week of a French teacher who had shown his pupils caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed. The women accused over the assault were drunk when they came across a group of Muslim women and children in the Champ de Mars park at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. In the ensuing argument, one of the women with the dog pulled a knife and stabbed two of the veiled women, aged 19 and
She became the first black woman to travel into space when she served as a mission specialist aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour. Jemison joined NASA's astronaut corps in and was selected to serve for the STS mission, during which she orbited the Earth for nearly eight days on September 12—20, Born in Alabama and raised in Chicago, Jemison graduated from Stanford University with degrees in chemical engineering as well as African and African-American studies. She then earned her medical degree from Cornell University. Jemison was a doctor for the Peace Corps in Liberia and Sierra Leone from until and worked as a general practitioner.
But if there is life on Mars, this image isn't evidence of it, one expert tells The Huffington Post. Seth Shostak, senior astronomer and director of the Center for SETI Research, thinks that it's all in the eyes -- or, brain, rather -- of the beholder. Yes, the human brain is hard-wired to look for patterns, meaning and even faces in images. It's a phenomenon called pareidolia.