You know, they call them fingers…but I’ve never seen them fing.
- Stephen Hawking says he has cracked the enigma of his Black Hole paradox – and it means a reversal of one of his main hypotheses.
- For the third time in eight months, classified disks have been reported missing at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Someone building a nuke at home?
- The concepts behind I, Robot.
- Trials begin on police gadget which disables cars by firing radiowaves at their computer systems.
- The fractal origins of Earth’s complex life.
- The rise and rise of exobiology.
- Tsk tsk…Nature should have pulled out their Oxford Dictionary, as the term astrobiology has just been added. Keep that in mind next time you play Scrabble…it’s gotta be worth a few points.
- Ammonia on Mars could mean life (Jim but not as we know it).
- X-43A – full speed ahead for Mach 10 (that’s over 3 kilometres/second).
- 35th annual MUFON conference to be held in Denver this weekend.
- “Why don’t pilots see UFOs?”, by James McDonald.
- Professor says that aliens have been walking among us for fifty years.
- ‘Cornfield square‘ still a mystery. At least it’s a nice change from ‘crop circle’.
- Tales of psychic children. All students proficient at psychokinesis, please raise my hand.
- The Third Eye: parapsychology in India.
- Forget about your mouse – volunteers move cursor using power of thought.
- Entering the world of the shaman, simply by plugging in.
- Babies’ use of sign language shows their innate sensitivity to communication.
- Cloud-seeding row erupts in China.
- The all-seeing eye, and how it enthralled the White House.
- Abydos, the last resting place of the first kings of Egypt.
- Woman survives 12-storey plunge.
- It’s raining fish, hallelujah it’s raining fish.
- German police resuscitate rabbit after house fire.
Quote of the Day:
I see Hermes, unsuspected, dying, well-beloved, saying to the people, “Do not weep for me, This is not my true country, I have lived banished from my true country — I now go back there, I return to the celestial sphere where every one goes in his turn.