On Saipan, the search for the mysterious “black magic woman” who tried to use magic to influence a judge continues.
Bush relies on technology to solve late in the day energy woes. I bet all those scientists who complained about his lack of science funding are saying “I told you so”.
A tabletop experiment created nuclear fusion – long seen as a possible clean energy solution – under lab conditions, scientists reported. But the amount of energy produced was too little to be seen as a breakthrough in solving the world’s energy needs.
“Peak Oil” is coming – maybe next year, maybe in 15 years – and when it does you can kiss your lifestyle goodbye.
Two seperate studies giving further evidence that environmental pollution could be damaging men’s fertility emerged yesterday.
More on those amazing papyrus scraps salvaged from a rubbish tip in Egypt. It seems the Number of The Beast isn’t 666 but 616. Which may mean Stan Lee is the Anti-Christ.
An intensive conservation effort is underway for the New Zealand Kakapo – a critically endangered, fat, green, musty-smelling nocturnal parrot which cannot fly but can climb tall trees. (See shadows, I remembered!)
Quote of the Day:
It is better to debate a question without settling it than to settle it without debate.