Prime movers, earthshakers and horrendous uprisings from the bottom.
- Alternative 3: the world between fact and fiction.
- 911 according to Popular Mechanics.
- Say no to big brother plan for the internet.
- Raining hydrocarbons in the Gulf.
- Matt Nagle is paralyzed. He’s also a pioneer in the new science of brain implants.
- Baffled by the Big Bang? Astronomers also get it wrong. Others would go for something else entirely.
- Part human, part machine, replacement organs may one day extend your life. Or your body’s life, if you get a brain replacement.
- Laziness lengthens life according to Health Scientist. “I clean mahself with ah rag onna stick.”
- Giant dust clouds caused mass extinctions.
- Modern science, ancient catastrophes and the endless quest to predict earthquakes.
- Scientists look for an eruption off the Pacific Northwest.
- Super-eruptions are a greater threat than asteroid impact. Might be sum mind manipulation going on here as well. More here.
- Mount St. Helens erupts. I think my brain is doing some pattern completion.
- Age-old scientific debate rumbles on.
- Twinkle twinkle large planet.
- David Birch seeks the good in evil, by which he means, the distinctly lesser evils embedded in the irredeemable. Sorry, he’s talking about ID cards and national registers.
- Whale stranding cases increase.
- Hunt for Mars life should go underground.
- World’s oldest biped skeleton unearthed.
- Secret of fish oil health effects revealed.
- Did a gang of neo-NAZI bankrobbers play a vital part in the Oklahoma bombing?
- A bloodthirsty god in a modern age.
- Golden ratio linked to beauty and order in nature.
- King Tut roughly handled rather than murdered. That’s what he gets for drinking too much near closing time.
Quote of the Day:
It is the nature of all greatness not to be exact.