“Come forth into the light of things, let nature be your teacher.”
- In case of emergency, break glass.
- Tracing the origins of the Mayan Calendar.
- Star Wars goes Mayan.
- Tau Ceti could boast two habitable planets.
- Hysteria over Mayan calendar hits overdrive.
- Everest in epic detail.
- Egyptian Pharoah execution documented.
- NASA posts post-Mayan doomsday video early to quell social media fears.
- Doomsday is still billions of years away.
- Origins of Consciousness, with Graham Hancock.
- French village looks past 'Judgment Day'… to Christmas.
- Taking the teeth out of 12.21.12…
- How the brain organizes everything.
- Environmental concerns of ancient Maya still relevant today.
- When doomsday didn’t come: A history…
- Orangutans take to tools.
- Reigning in Rudolph’s red nose…
- Life under Antarctic ice?
- Doswers as government employees?
- Aquifers of the future?
- Student scientists purify H2O for the masses.
- Wallace’s world map gets modern day facelift.
- Experiment yields new magnetic behavior.
- Kickstarter redefines the game of fundraising.
- National Film Registry recognizes classic science fiction in 2012.
- Outer asteroid belt meteorite possibly unearthed.
- Whale thought extinct was living fossil.
- Interior of Mercury may be hollow.
- Tuning in to the first Christmas.
- Anti-aging formula, courtesy of Hong Kong.
- Northern California widens marine sanctuaries.
- Deconstructing the history of the human hand.
- Images of the true Mayan apocalypse…
- Failsafe software… Will forced restarts go the way of the dodo?
- Extinct elephant lived longer than previously believed.
- Eating with lasers.
- Lack of helium... flattens balloons sales.
- Flapping Jurassic wings for the first time in 165 million years.
- In the shadow of Saturn.
- Nature under the microscope.
- Evidence of the pending robo-pocalypse…
Sincere thanks to all friends and fans of TDG as well as endless props to GT, Kat, Perceval, Jameske, Gillian, RPJ, RMG and REM for another stellar year. Here's to a brilliant new baktun!
Quote of the Day:
“What we need is not the will to believe, but the wish to find out."