Aliens and beagles and Nessie, oh my…
- Seth Shostak predicts ET first contact within 20 years. Hope they’ve got their radios on…
- Sending a Messenger to Mercury.
- Double asteroid impact delivered one-two punch. That’s the sort of punch that could win a few super-heavyweight bouts.
- Beagle 3 looks to hitch a lift with the Americans.
- Strange movements may give early detection for autism in children.
- Fighter pilots may soon command their very own drone swarms. Ah humans, always using techology for the noblest causes.
- Skeptic Michael Shermer tells us why we should expect a little miracle every now and then.
- Aboriginal artefacts seized in Australia while on loan from the British Museum. That’s got to have serious ramifications for the future of travelling exhibitions.
- One of a Neanderthal baby’s first words was probably ‘papa‘, says study. I was banking on ‘ooga-booga’ myself.
- Discovery of chariot tracks pushes back date of earliest Chinese vehicles.
- Archaeologists baffled by Iron Age mystery.
- Historians excited by find of rare Italian pottery in Scotland.
- Anomalies found in Roswell metal.
- Mysteries of the deep at Lake Tahoe.
- The Circle-Makers maintain their recent high profile in the media.
- Dazed and confused at the UFO Daze.
- Loch Ness water on sale for £6 a pint. And you can’t even drink it…
- The laid-back sorceress with uncertain spells – Caroline Tully.
- World’s tiniest fish identified. Imagine the size of the worm you’d need…
- ‘Frozen Ark‘ to preserve DNA of animal species.
- The medical mystery at the heart of the movie Awakenings.
- It was like the Super Bowl, Woodstock, Mardi Gras, a holy pilgrimage and Chippendale dancers all rolled into one.
- Hewn from one rock, pillars in 7th century temple produce music.
- Cave paintings expose origins of Mithrae cult.
- Ticket to Mars will cost the Earth.
- Childhood vaccination against drug addiction would protect adults from the euphoria experienced by users. Cause you don’t want that euphoria thing…
Quote of the Day:
The power of music to integrate and cure. . . is quite fundamental.
It is the profoundest nonchemical medication.