- The Fabric of the Cosmos: Reality is not what you think it is.
- Scientists plan to make a laser so powerful it will rip spacetime apart. If they put the laser on top of a freaking shark, that'll make some evil masterminds pretty jealous.
- Interview with William Gibson, the --somewhat-embarrassed-- father of Cyberpunk.
- Turns out Prince Charles is not only a shape-shifting reptilian, but a shape-shifting reptilian vampire. Bazooka stake-launcher stat!
- Jawbone found near Kennewick Man site. Gentlemen, start your
- Do parallelisms between the Old & the New World reveal a common Atlantean link?
- Loren Coleman on Binnall of America: discussing Sasquatch, Nessie, and why Al Qaeda agents should dress up as moose.
- Demon bats and cyclops sharks: 9 spooky new species of 2011.
- Science find fossil evidence of Scrat --without his acorn, of course.
- Huge crack discovered in Antarctic glacier --there's the acorn!
- NASA to announce new findings on spinning stars --piss off Charlie! you had your fun-- today at 2pm EDT. Click here to listen to the audio streaming.
- Alan Boyle interviews Tau Zero's founder Marc Millis, to make a reality check on interstellar travel.
- Alien football-fans captured by NBC cameras?
- Silver Screen Saucer's guest blogger Kenn Thomas reviews the odd elements in 'Earth vs Flying Saucers'.
- Christopher Knowles' list of favorite metaphyctional movie flops.
- Red pill of the day: Grannie says she photographed sexy ghosts doing the horizontal (and ectoplasmic) Mambo.
Thanks to Rick, Micah & Rich.
Quote of the Day:
"The strongest impacts of an emergent technology are always unanticipated. You can’t know what people are going to do until they get their hands on it and start using it on a daily basis, using it to make a buck and using it for criminal purposes and all the different things that people do. The people who invented pagers, for instance, never imagined that they would change the shape of urban drug dealing all over the world. But pagers so completely changed drug dealing that they ultimately resulted in pay phones being removed from cities as part of a strategy to prevent them from becoming illicit drug markets. We’re increasingly aware that our society is driven by these unpredictable uses we find for the products of our imagination."