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  • The skull of Tyrannosaurus rex acted like a giant shock absorber to support his flesh-ripping lifestyle.
  • Brazilian scientists have discovered a ratfish, a species of fish that has been swimming the seas since dinosaurs walked the Earth.
  • The mystery of the longest surviving mammoths.
  • Scientists have discovered skeletons in southern Mexico that could be more than 3,000 years old. Olmecs? Video and pics.
  • The huge mound on the Rum River couldn’t be a burial site because, ‘It’s beyond human comprehension, building something like that’.
  • Ancient maps and corn help track the migrations of indigenous people.
  • Prehistoric rock faces in Northumberland baffle the experts. For more baffling, visit the University of Newcastle upon Tyne Northumberland Website and see the rock art photo gallery.
  • Egyptian tombs older than the great pyramids of Giza reveal a complex society.
  • Federal police have seized dinosaur eggs and fossils worth millions of dollars during raids south of Perth.
  • U.S. Customs officials have returned to Guatemala 26 pieces of Mayan artifacts that survived the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
  • Ding! Your mail has been intercepted. Five mummified skulls from a pre-Inca culture were discovered in the Peru mail.
  • If research released by the Vatican is right, the Inquisition was not as bad as one might think.
  • A guy in Tanzania laced his wife’s half-eaten body with poison to kill rogue lions that are terrorizing villages. It worked.
  • Donkeys once heehawed out of Africa.
  • Science and native Indian spirituality clash over a lost and lonely killer whale (who may be a reincarnated chief) on Canada’s Pacific Coast.
  • Chinese panda porn results in a pregnant female. Kinky.
  • It’s not exactly the Star Trek transporter, but scientists have performed a successful teleportation on atoms for the first time.
  • Pollution controls are going very well in California. The woman who helped design Southern California’s pollution-credit anti-smog program was arrested for allegedly defrauding companies.
  • Scientists say they have found how to change promiscuous wayward males into attentive home-loving husbands. Make them into steers?
  • Researchers are developing devices aimed at protecting pilots and soldiers from blinding lasers.
  • NASA data shows that hurricanes help plants bloom in ‘ocean deserts’.
  • A German zoologist says bees aren’t as busy as people are led to believe.
  • The high priest of British white witches plans to contact Nessie’s ghost in a séance.
  • There’s nothing natural about this alien invasion.
  • The secret Cold War program Skyhook was the likely progenitor of many key aspects of UFO mythology.
  • The surface of this comet surprised NASA.
  • Researchers show how Jupiter’s moon Io vaporize rock gases into atmosphere.
  • Did comets flood Earth’s oceans?
  • How would aliens from Mars view us?

Quote of the Day:

New and stirring things are belittled because if they are not belittled, the humiliating question arises, ‘Why then are you not taking part in them?’

H. G. Wells