“Where’s Bill? Isn’t today Friday?” I hear you ask. No, today is Monday. Things have been getting a bit weird around here since Bill took to the air for Philadelphia-Experiment-like tests on top-secret aircraft. Weird is normal — when things are normal, that’s when things are weird.
Is this piece of breakfast cereal a one-off? News.com.au reporters found 34 E.T. lookalikes, which adds up to $35’000. I want off this planet. Now.
Do Martian microbes returning to Earth on space-probes pose a risk to humanity? Hrmmm, what’s this black oil slithering under my skin ..?
Does proof of ancient water on Mars constitute proof of Martian life? Where there’s water, there are hoons on jetskis.
Rare discovery of murals in an Ancient Chinese tomb some of the best ever found. Interesting how the tomb was once a large mound that was leveled off for farming; you can read more about China’s ancient Pyramid-Mound tombs here and here.
Here’s a great article on Bill Stone, robotics and diving-gear engineer who has explored some of the Earth’s deepest caves, and the tragic circumstances of his friend’s death in a cave 4’500 feet beneath Oaxaca, Mexico.
Indonesian scientist “borrows” Flores man bones. This is going to get ugly, and it’s an archaeological brawl that doesn’t even involve Zahi Hawass!
Speaking of the Big Zee, 130 objects from King Tutankhamen’s tomb will tour America for the next two years. I wonder if anyone will admit that many of Tut’s treasures were pilfered from another Pharaoh’s tomb?
At the Melbourne Museum, Australia, all we can get are 12 Chinese dinosaurs. Better than a funny-shaped cereal collection I guess.
Video footage of UFOs around Mount Adams, Washington. Requires Windows Media Player.
The excuses people come up with to avoid speeding fines. Wouldn’t it be funny if the driver with the vibrating surfboard who desperately needed to pee and was being chased by aliens was actually telling the truth?