Let’s all have a go, sans dictionary: What exactly is virginity?
- With no words for want, worry, wealth, or when, nomadic Moken remain close to nature.
- Women and men differ genetically almost as much as humans differ from chimpanzees.
- Protein recovered from dinosaur eggs. Looks like we’ll soon be needing a review of Crichton’s Jurassic Park.
- Silver coin offers solid evidence for a long-dismissed claim that Domitianus had indeed declared himself an emperor at a time of upheaval in the Roman Empire.
- Archaeologists date Afghanistan’s Bamiyan Buddhas.
- The tomb of a four-year-old heir of the Medicis has mysteriously disappeared.
- At Rosslyn chapel, present-day Knights Templar are just the Rotary Club in fancy dress. Knight says, “There’s no hocus pocus here.”
- Saladin and Sir Ridley: Kingdom of Heaven will soon bring the Knights Templar and the Crusades to the big screen, but what’s historical fact and what’s fiction?
- Scientific genius isn’t just about I.Q. It helps to be an outcast with nothing invested in the status quo, and no academic position or reputation to lose.
- Son’s disease propels stem cell pioneer to continue research – in an unmarked Harvard lab, kept secret for fear of protesters.
- Gigantic ripples in space-time – larger than the observable universe – may be the cause of the accelerating expansion of the universe.
- Light may arise from relativity violations.
- Parallel Universes & The Suppression of Ether Physics.
- Emerging vision of the body electric is providing fixes beyond the ken of the medical mainstream.
- Will a 19th-century invention, the Stirling engine, become the 21st-century’s solar powered alternative-energy miracle?
- Have hackers recruited your PC? More than one million computers on the net have been hijacked to attack websites, pump out spam and viruses, and worse.
- Just don’t call it “telepathy”: Neuroscientist says “distant neural signaling” is a real phenomena.
- Love at first smell: Males previously rejected by females were rendered irresistible after the synthetic perfume had been applied.
- Why colonize the Moon before going to Mars?
- Tsunami victims, Iraqis to get first taste of recycled water from space technology.
- The Gift Of ADHD?
- Bust-Up chewing gum is said to fight aging, reduce stress, help circulation, tone muscles, and oh yeah, it increases the size of women’s breasts while also improving their shape and tone. Who wants to volunteer for the clinical trial?
- U.S.’s Billion Dollar Abstinence Education Program Yields Results: Adolescent Virginity Pledgers More Likely to Engage in Risky Sexual Behavior.
- New report says UK’s I.D. card plans too risky.
- A special report published by eminent scientist Leuren Moret names Depleted Uranium as the definitive cause of Gulf War Syndrome. Of 580,400 U.S. soldiers who served in the first Gulf War, 11,000 are now dead, and as of the year 2000, 325,000 were on permanent medical disability.
- Network of top scientists helped ‘Angel of Death’ Mengele.
- Hitler’s Mein Kampf sells 50,000 copies in Turkey in three months.
- Collective Narcissism – Narcissism, Culture, and Society.
- ‘The Military Unleashed My Mind‘ Says Paul H. Smith, author of Reading the Enemy’s Mind: Inside Star Gate–America’s Psychic Espionage Program.
- London Druids celebrate rites of spring.
- Iceland grants citizenship for former world chess champion Bobby Fischer.
- Smitten Bigfooters keep making tracks into Oregon’s Blue Mountains.
- New cameras, Internet connections, sophisticated DNA and fingerprint examinations have already produced a wealth of new information which has researchers convinced modern technology is on the verge of proving Bigfoot’s existence.
Quote of the Day:
A major truth about the Grail, often overlooked, is that it can take different forms. It is not just ‘one thing’, contrary to popular belief.
Karen Ralls, PhD, medieval historian and Celtic scholar