News Briefs 23-06-2004

The Welsh are making a nuisance of themselves today. Post your thoughts.

  • Traditions of Atlantis in Britain. The world's premier location for prehistoric concentric circles.
  • St. George found in Welsh church.
  • Welsh helped build Stonehenge.
  • A stone's grow away?
  • Mystery of the Voynich manuscript.
  • The mythical homeland of Mexico's Aztecs, Aztlan, is clouded with spin and scholarly speculation.
  • Dilmun civilisation was one of the first to use a solar calendar?
  • Unseen clock may be operating in all forms of life, dictating the rate of genetic change.
  • Archdruid wants Stonehenge back.
  • Early humans may have started talking half a million years ago. And they still haven't finished.
  • A new look at the ancient culture of the Maya.
  • Neanderthal man was not so dumb after all.
  • Cereals sought much earlier than thought.
  • Rock face mystery baffles experts.
  • Anomalies in first private spaceflight revealed.
  • Probing the world of alien abduction stories.
  • Patriot Act unleashed on biotech activists.
  • Comet not a dirty snowball? Wouldn't surprise me.
  • Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 911: A conspiracy theory.
  • Your life in the hands of your postal worker.
  • All disruptive children to be forcibly medicated?
  • The Anti-Defamation League has called on the Texas Republican Party to modify its party platform calling America a Christian nation.
  • US media's dirty little secret.
  • Will the 911 commissioners cave?
  • Judge compares Bush rise to power with Hitler and Mussolini.
  • Iran stands ready to attack the West.
  • Like religion, science isn't a unified set of principles: it's a bunch of politicized factions.
  • When the doctor is also the executioner.
  • Extraterrestrial impact created in the lab.
  • Outrage over destruction of Celtic fort.
  • Genghis Khan: ancestor to millions.

Quote of the Day:

If God lived on earth, people would break his windows.

Jewish Proverb


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Anonymous's picture

Mr. G seems to be the great key master and gate keeper when it comes to leaving a legacy by spreading his seed. Not bad for a barbarian...