Here we go!
- King Arthur's grave may lie beneath Scotland's Yarrow Stone.
- Geologists think they've found Stonehenge quarry site.
- Claims of a Mayan city in Georgia are greatly exaggerated.
- Forget Bosnia, apparently an Indonesian mountain is a 10,000-year-old pyramid.
- Cambodia's 'second Angkor Wat' is revealing its secrets.
- Bigfoot lived.
- Put your feet up & enjoy the sunset on planet HD209458b.
- There are more planets than stars in the Milky Way.
- 'Tattoine' planet with two suns could host a habitable moon.
- NASA hypnotised astronauts to prevent them from swearing on the moon. If that doesn't tingle your conspiracy senses...
- Did the U.S. shoot down Russia's Mars probe?
- And did an Iranian flying saucer down a U.S. drone?
- X-Prize for Star Trek-like tricorder invention.
- The Doomsday Clock has been moved forward one minute.
- India reports a completely drug-resistant tuberculosis.
- A trip to the Amazon doesn't always produce ayahuasca visions.
- Dreamcatchers & Japan's eater of bad dreams.
- Rupert Sheldrake says it's time science stopped ignoring animal telepathy.
- Tim Binnall and Greg Bishop review the year that was, in their wrap-up of paranormal news in 2011.
- Dealing with the 'Dawks'. Much catchier name than 'Brights'.
- Crows teach each other about dangerous humans.
- Myanmar's mysterious snub-nosed monkeys photographed for the first time.
- Image(s) of the Day: firefly magic.
Quote of the Day:
The materialist fundamentalists are funnier than the Christian fundamentalists, because they think they're rational! ...They're never skeptical about anything except the things they have a prejudice against. None of them ever says anything skeptical about the AMA, or about anything in establishment science or any entrenched dogma. They're only skeptical about new ideas that frighten them.
Robert Anton Wilson