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It’s a busy time of the year for all of us, but we wanted one last post for 2004. Happy New Year.

  • Archaeologists have traced the development of religion in one location over a 7,000-year period defining the ancient roots of elitism.
  • A tech wizard tries to describe what makes us smart. Yeah…..smart, that’s us. ;o)
  • Men prefer subordinate women to equals.
  • Scientists have determined that fur and head hair not the same thing.
  • On a related note, The Literal Creation of Mankind at the Hands of You-Know-What by Lloyd Pye.
  • So far, psychics are batting .000 in 2004.
  • A Russian lawyer privatizes Earth’s clouds.
  • A major climate change occurred 5,200-years ago. Evidence suggests that history could repeat itself.
  • ‘Clusters’ of earthquakes yield an ominous scenario.
  • If you’re in the Australian outback you have too many camels. But you knew that.
  • The recent tsunami in south Asia is stirring up lots of relief efforts — and it could also be splashing all sorts of unknown sea creatures onto the shoreline.
  • Attempts to redirect lightning with lasers have been no match for Mother Nature.
  • Early sleep marks the end of adolescence.
  • A lawsuit brought by a Satan worshipper, a Wiccan witch, a white supremacist, and an adherent of an ancient Viking religion will test religious liberty.
  • Reanimators try to grasp the afterlife mystery.
  • A Russian scientist believes that UFOs are clearly alien visitors.
  • Russia and Iran have agreed to jointly study the UFO phenomenon.
  • The Iranian government has announced that it has ordered its air force to attack UFOs which are being seen near Iranian nuclear facilities.
  • The Cassini spacecraft is set to make a close pass of Saturn’s moon Iapetus, a striking world of two halves. The Huygens probe course ‘looks good’.
  • Less water than expected in Jupiter’s atmosphere has inspired a new model for the planet.
  • A giant telescope will allow direct observations of planets orbiting stars in solar systems beyond ours.

Wind at your back, Bryan. (Leaving for India.)

Quote of the Day:

Now is the accepted time to make your regular annual good resolutions. Next week you can begin paving Hell with them as usual.

Mark Twain