Why is Monday’s news late, I hear you ask? I don’t know. I’m missing a whole day, I have no idea what happened to it. One minute it’s morning, the next it’s late evening. It’s another case of missing time on the Daily Grail. I may have unwittingly become a part of Bill’s black ops project. Perhaps I shouldn’t have gone near that glowing light in the faerie ring …
- Recent crop circle activity in North Devon.
- Hundreds of ancient musical instruments have been unearthed in China. The Rolling Stones claim the instruments are from one of their earlier tours.
- The Mahabharata epic of India may have historically taken place in 2156 B.C. according to a Canadian researcher. You can register for the electronic text of the Mahabharata here.
- Meet Terry Iacuzzo, New York City’s most famous psychic.
- What did Nostradamus prophesise for the next Pope? I may be a Gnostic-Pagan-Jedi-Knight, but I hope old Nossie is wrong, and I sincerely hope, for Africa’s sake, that Cardinal Francis Arinze is chosen.
- Just hours before Pope John Paull II’s funeral, a mysterious light appeared over the Vatican. Wow, the lengths Dan Brown’s publishers will go to to promote his next bestseller.
- The prophecy of St. Malachy, and the implications of the solar eclipse on the day of the Pope’s funeral.
- An interesting interview with an Angel Hair expert over at Phenomena Magazine.
- The remains of a 500’000-year-old mammoth have been found in a Californian construction site.
- Earth’s oldest rock goes on display. No, it’s not the Rolling Stones. Hang on, I’ve already used that joke …
- NASA’s Space Shuttle Discovery is ready for flight.
- After being hit by an ice pebble, the Huygens Probe has landed on Titan, leaving future exploration up to the Cassini Probe.
- A burst of gamma rays may have wiped out sea life 450-million-years-ago.
- Fossil galaxies cannibalise other galaxies. It’s a galaxy-eat-galaxy world out there.
- Did you miss Friday’s solar eclipse? You weren’t alone.
- Japanese scientists plan to bring woolly mammoths back to life and build a park for ressurected extinct species. All your mammoth are belong to us. Itadaki-mammoth.
- We humans risk killing over a quarter of our primate cousins.
- Is nuclear power the green energy we need?
- A dastardly spammer gets slapped with a nine-year jail-term. I believe jail is too soft: he should be forced to eat spam for nine years. Perhaps torture by playing Monty Python’s spam song over and over?
- Using invisible forces to create art.
- What happened to the Segway revolution?
Quote of the Day:
Do not be too moral. You may cheat yourself out of much life. Aim above morality. Be not simply good; be good for something.