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I was just putting the final polish on the news post when one of Greg’s demons perched her hideous self atop my printer, grinned her fangs, and hissed, “Publish the news now or I’ll rip your heart out and eat it.”

Here’s what happened next ………..

  • The first reconstruction of a complete Neanderthal skeleton reveals more clearly than ever the similarities and differences between us and them.
  • Tsunami reveals the reality of generations of legends hidden by the water off India.
  • The best excavations in Egypt today seem to be inside the Cairo Museum.
  • Droppings reveal the health of Scotland’s ancient inhabitants.
  • An Atlantis investigator explains and vindicates the dialogues of Plato’s Timaeus and the Critias. If this article interests you, be sure to see the additional articles listed in the box to the right on the website.
  • Archaeologist discovers ancient ships in Egypt.
  • How much can your mind keep track of?
  • Are supernatural beings causing jail deaths?
  • Stalin’s secret files on Hitler have been found.
  • Lightning may not strike twice but earthquakes do. A repeat of the Indian Ocean quake that caused the December’s Indian Ocean tsunami is likely.
  • The USDA may approve rice with human genes in Missouri.
  • Biologists with the Idaho National Guard have discovered a new species of fairy shrimp living in the oft-dry lake beds of Idaho’s desert. What a grim life.
  • An autonomous robot has found life in one of the most lifeless places on Earth: the Atacama desert in northern Chile.
  • Vampire bats fly, drink blood — and run.
  • Worldwide protests target Canada’s seal hunt.
  • A Finnish subsidiary of John Deere is building giant spiderbots. See pic – does it remind you of anything?
  • ‘Vampire’ flogged, stabbed and hanged in public.
  • Despite UN atomic watchdog efforts, Pakistan is reviving the nuclear black market. Somebody remind me why we have a UN.
  • Russian oligarchs want immortality.
  • Genetic differences between men and women are more extensive and profound than previously believed, according to a study that unravels the chemistry of the sexes.
  • Need a building? Just add water.
  • Giving inspiration to the romantically challenged, an inventor has attached electrodes to regular eating utensils that can pick up on whether the person across the table feels uncomfortable or pleased.
  • By smashing beams of gold nuclei together at near light speeds, a black hole has been generated at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) in New York. Perhaps the Anunnaki ‘gods’ wanted all that gold for similar reasons.
  • Now you can buy candles that smell like Jesus. No, we don’t make this stuff up. $18.00, US, available online.
  • Can science confirm Christianity’s most defining moment?
  • Author looks at ‘Why Jews Rejected Jesus’. Why the Jews Rejected Jesus: The Turning Point in Western History is available at Amazon US and UK.
  • Physicists are working to prove that the Shroud of Turin is the burial cloth used to wrap the body of Jesus Christ.
  • Human embryonic stem cells have been grown animal-free. Mice celebrate.
  • The mystery of Arizona’s Meteor Crater has been solved.
  • The Mysteries of Siberia’s “Valley of Death”: Part 1 – Strange metallic structures and evidence of devastating nuclear-type explosions every six or seven centuries; Part 2 – An ancient high-tech “Installation” in remote Siberia was responsible for sending guided plasma sphere weapons to destroy a meteorite over Tunguska in 1908; Part 3 – The 1908 Tunguska meteorite was destroyed by intelligently guided plasma “terminator spheres”.
  • Scientists will observe 300 million ancient galaxies to measure mysterious dark energy.
  • The origin of the Moon still remains a puzzle for scientists.
  • Images recently taken by the ESA’s Mars Express spacecraft shows a frozen body of water beneath the surface of Mars making the possibility of the discovery of life much closer than was previously thought.
  • The US-European Cassini spacecraft reveals that Saturn’s snow-white moon, Enceladus, is shrouded by a thin water-vapor atmosphere.

Quote of the Day


The religion that is afraid of science dishonors God and commits suicide.

Ralph Waldo Emerson