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So, did Jupiter lose its core, or did it not ever have one? Post your thoughts.

  • Jupiter may have no core. Sounds about right according to this work.
  • Sacred geometry in the Boyne Valley? Perhaps it should be Orange shaped?
  • Secrets of the lost tribe: the Etruscan legacy.
  • A window into the Skull & Bones Society: Skeletons in the closet.
  • Could underwater patterns be evidence of super megalithic ruins on the bottom of the ocean?
  • Ancient DNA reveals skin colour.
  • The mystery of animal colours.
  • Property of Intelligence seemingly throughout the brain rather than in single area.
  • Oestrogen key to boosting male sex drive.
  • Diet can affect brain health. So, not too many vodka jellies at breakfast then.
  • Gene scientists plan aggression drug. Side effects include growing breasts and wanting to look like Marilyn Monroe.
  • Is 16th Century Voynich Manuscript a hoax?
  • Does the Gobi have its very own Sarlaac?
  • Flower power gadget turns flowers into amplifiers.
  • How has the US been spending other people’s billions? All governments spend other people’s billions.
  • Elves and Sprites: too high for planes and too low for satellites. So how come the casual certainty of the theory explaining them?
  • Yawning is catching in chimps. I wonder if deaf and blind people also yawn in synchrony with others? Having said that, perhaps they yawn all the time. They can’t have much to do.
  • The discovery of rapid climate change.
  • Comets and the bronze age collapse.

Quote of the Day:

Dr. Michael Hfuhruhurr: The only time we doctors should accept death is when it’s caused by our own incompetence.

Dr. Alfred Necessiter: Nonsense. If the murder of twelve innocent people can help save one human life, it will have been worth it.

The Man With Two Brains