Nietsche vs Dawkins - now *that* would be an interesting debate...
- Robert Bigelow to skip a step in his grand plan for a human-ready inflatable space habitat - the new schedule could see success within 3 years.
- Revisiting the 'wow' signal, thirty years later.
- Did life begin in space?
- Neil Spencer, astrologist for The Observer, makes some excellent points in his commentary on Richard Dawkins' new series The Enemies of Reason.
- Can a blind psychic see into the minds of murderers?
- Hearing voices in your head has been common throughout human history. Muses, Madmen, and Prophets, by Daniel B. Smith, is available from Amazon US and UK.
- Nick Redfern obviously has access to the extra 12 hours in each day that I've been searching for - he now has a conspiracy blog ('Night of the Living Jackboots') to go with UFO Mystic and There's Something in the Woods.
- Abraham Lincoln was a two-faced...ah, seems he was just two-faced.
- Monkeys learn math for peanuts. With video.
- Behold, the sublime beauty of sweat.
- In search of the biggest thing in physics.
- Physicist says Hollywood movies hurt students' understanding of science. I'm more worried about their understanding of good scriptwriting.
- The New York Jets listen to Mozart to improve their ball skills - but are they relying on discredited junk science?
- Does a mysterious creature live in the depths of Cameron Lake?
- Viking ship completes 1000 mile journey.
- Angkor Wat collapsed due to pollution of its water system.
- Intact 2000-year-old Etruscan tomb discovered. Intact until now.
- Does the Lost City of Apollo lie beside Stonehenge?
Quote of the Day:
Do you believe that the sciences would have arisen and grown up if the sorcerers, alchemists, astrologers and witches had not been their forerunners; those who, with their promisings and foreshadowings, had first to create a thirst, a hunger, and a taste for hidden and forbidden powers? Yea, [and] that infinitely more had to be promised than could ever be fulfilled?