Ah, nice to be back, and some cool new features like user blogs and automated news feeds to boot. Should be fun to follow this fresh new version of TDG…
- Is there life after death?
- Police “psychics”, do they really help solve crimes?
- Vandals damage Peru’s 12-cornered Inca stone.
- Clay tablets hold key to tale of Helen, Paris and the siege of Troy.
- The holy grail of archaeology, another article about the search for
Atlantis in Cypris. And still more coverage.
- Gibson’s Braveheart in a bra puts fear into historians.
- Artefacts dating back 4,000 years found in Londonderry.
- Saxon remains unearthed.
- Seventeen cattle mysteriously die at Gilmer ranch.
- The study of crop circles – a proclamation initiative.
- Iran starstruck by UFO phenomenon.
- Time travel: Is it already happening? JH Brennan was on Whitley Strieber’s DreamLand this past weekend.
- Ukrainian physicists made a remarkable discovery capable of changing that our perception of time.
- Is Bush’s Moon-to-Mars vision dimming?
- Research links magnetism, gamma-ray burst phenomenon.
- Calculating catastrophe, new web site assesses personal peril of asteroid strike.
- Calculating doom, examining a probabilistic doomsday argument.
- Shaky ‘10.5’ sets off tremors of indignation.
- Why Antarctica will soon be the only place to live – literally.
- Scientists warn of western drought.
- The strange case of homeopathy.
- Music, especially by Bach, helps reduce stress.
- Wonder cream keeps you young. Secret of eternal life may give cancer cure.
- Premature aging secret unlocked.
- Tobacco stunts your brain’s grey matter, claim scientists.
- Scientists sight ‘dinosaurs of the deep’ as African waters reveal new secrets.
Quote of the Day:
The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead: his eyes are closed.