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Take a few moments to refresh yourself as you slip along the time-stream. We’ve created this oasis just for that purpose called The Daily Grail news…

  • One second the fish was swimming placidly, no danger in sight, a moment later it was lunch. Dinocephalosaurus orientalis could have been the first stealth hunter.
  • They’re gathering evidence that humans lived on the North American continent before the last ice age, far earlier than previously believed.
  • A bronze head of a Thracian ruler was discovered by Bulgarian archeologists near the city of Shipka. Here’s a glimpse into Thracian history.
  • Hair analysis reveals of mummified remains reveals the drinking habits of those that occupied the Atacama Desert of northern Chile and southern Peru.
  • A ring worn by worshippers faithful to an ancient Celtic god during the Roman occupation of Lincolnshire has been found.
  • Linda Moulton Howe compares the geometries of the Miamisburg and Serpent Mound, Ohio Crop Formations.
  • Join the PRO on a successfully spooky ghost-hunt at Bodmin Moor.
  • What are those weird things floating around in the sky?
  • UFO science investigations debunked.
  • A lot of respectable scientists and writers believed that Earth is hollow inside.
  • The phenomenon of levitation comes into everyday life.
  • Shatner and Nimoy team-up on sci-fi project.
  • If you think that scary portrait on the wall keeps an eye on you regardless of where you go in the room — you’ve been tricked.
  • Why we want to believe psychics. Rigorous scientific testing leads researchers to concluded that most mediums simply use a series of relatively simple psychological tricks to fool people.
  • A well-known researcher claims to have developed a tune for ring tones that promises to increase the breast measurements of those who listen to it. Huge hooter harmony.
  • Vaccine will save the world from sheep burps.
  • Is that a microchip in my meat?
  • Designer poppies yield better painkillers.
  • Forty-countries to become nuclear powers.
  • The structure of chocolate is unraveled by synchrotron radiation.
  • Rats equipped with radios that transmit their brainwaves could soon be helping to locate earthquake survivors buried in the wreckage of collapsed buildings. Yes, rats.
  • Portrait of a pet psychic.
  • A Malaysian woman a new world record for living in a room full of scorpions, having spent 33- days in a glass box crawling with 6,000 of them.
  • Scientists recently discovered a link between a massive coral death in Indonesia, man-made forest fires, and El Niño.
  • The world’s oceans are now so saturated with noise that whales and other marine mammals are dying.
  • An unexpected fold in the ice is discovered deep inside the Antarctic ice cap.
  • Scientists find surprising polar life.
  • Researchers have invented an antenna that captures visible light in much the same way that radio antennas capture radio waves.
  • If you think Earth is a mess, consider the turmoil in the constellation Hydra, where two monster galactic clusters slam together in one of the biggest collisions ever recorded.
  • Scientists studying the deepest picture of the Universe are presented with a puzzle.
  • Did Mars have an ocean or didn’t?

Quote of the Day:

A Parable while wandering a deserted beach: At dawn, stagnant in my work, I saw a man in the distance bending and throwing as he walked the endless stretch toward me. As he came near, I could see that he was throwing starfish, abandoned on the sand by the tide, back into the sea. When he was close enough I asked him why he was working so hard at this strange task. He said that the sun would dry the starfish and they would die. I said to him that I thought he was foolish. there were thousands of starfish on miles and miles of beach. One man alone could never make a difference. He smiled as he picked up the next starfish. Hurling it far into the sea he said, “It makes a difference for this one.”

I abandoned my writing and spent the morning throwing starfish.

Isaac Asimov