Rico’s gone AWOL on Anzac Day, probably playing two-up in a back alley somewhere. Here’s some quick news to tide you over until tomorrow…
- English words seen on flying black triangle?
- Beware the snakebots! A cool animation right here.
- Lunar dust – it’s nasty stuff.
- Could robotic Nessie toy fool the cryptozoologist experts?
- The mystery of the disappearing spacecraft. It’s a bit more costly than losing your wallet.
- SETI supremo Jill Tarter answers the question – what if everybody is listening and nobody is transmitting. What if they’ve already landing?
- Oldest rock art in Britain: 12,800 years.
- As always, Alan Boyle serves up the goods in his Cosmic Log, pointing out this footage of a meeting of the mega-minds in 1927.
- Ancient Egyptian sea vessel artifacts found on Red Sea coast.
- Archaeologist warns tomb raiding is rife in Asia.
- UK’s oldest musical instrument keeps its title.
- Psychic detection is a boom business. This article asks why.
- The myth of tsunami survivor’s sixth sense.
- Robotic rendezvous in space was a hit and run.
- Remote-controlled rats to sniff out explosives. Boomtown rats?
- Info-mania dents your IQ more than marijuana. Doesn’t quite make you as hungry though…
- Exploding toads baffle the experts.
- Tender nipples? Try suckling two baby tigers.
- Robotic sex dolls have hearts that beat faster as the tempo increases. Just as long as it doesn’t yell ‘exterminate’ at the moment of climax…
- UFO tales united the curious.
Quote of the Day:
Everyone is a prisoner of his own experiences. No one can eliminate prejudices – only recognize them.