Can I come up with the goods after Kat’s monstrous news effort on Friday? I can dream.
- Did Chinese explorers beat Columbus to America?
- Can DNA testing prove Gavin Menzies’ claims?
- Are these maps further proof of Chinese exploration of America, or are they junk?
- Khakassia, in the southern part of Eastern Siberia, is an archaeological mecca according to Russian scientists.
- The cult of Genghis Khan continues, 800-years after his death.
- The mysterious world of Tibet’s Bon magicians.
- The mind in martial arts and eastern traditions, including Bon.
- Reflections on Tibetan astrology.
- Just what were the Nazis doing in Tibet? They were up to no good, of course.
- Will the Vatican sacrifice Taiwan to improve relations with China?
- British scientists have developed an anti-gravity machine, and elect it Prime Minister.
- Do the Americans already have anti-gravity technology?
- Was Bob Lazar telling the truth about alien anti-gravity technology?
- The Scottish genius who paved the way for Newton’s discoveries, John Napier.
- Does poltergeist activity originate from us?
- Searching for the causes and meanings of crop circles.
- Ancient Jomon mounds date back 7000-years. Here are some excellent photos of Jomon artifacts — don’t read the text, just look at the pretty pictures. Oh okay, here’s an english site specialising in Jomon mysteries.
- Armenia’s stonehenge, Karahundj.
- A new phase of extrasolar planetary exploration: the search for Earth-like worlds.
- Will Earth-like planets be formed from silicon carbide and other carbon compounds?
- Is solar activity to blame for whale beachings?
- Algae and bacteria living life to the extreme, soaking in acidic hot water.
- Unusual clusters of ancient stars have been found in the Andromeda Galaxy.
- Plans to explore Venus. “No plans as yet to explore Uranus,” said a NASA spokesman, “But we still expect the public to bend over.”
- Has the mystery of Mars’ mixed-up poles been solved?
- UFOs are real. If you see something up in the sky, and you don’t know what it is, then its a UFO.
- There are no aliens. There’s nothing to see. No mystery at all. The unimaginative world of rational engineers.
- Cold-casing UFO encounters.
- East Texas is a hotbed of UFO activity, but TDG’s very own Bill is keeping quiet.
- UFOs were witnessed over my home-town of Melbourne last night. I wasn’t anal-probed, but geezus do I have one helluva hangover.
Quote of the Day:
A room without books is like a body without a soul.