With movement of mouse, and tap upon keys, I stimulate neurons around the world. Tres bizarre…
- Do you know this pianist? Mystery man shows up dripping wet in a suit a month ago, doesn’t talk, but plays some mean piano. I can see the marketing vultures circling already…
- Supporters of ‘Mexico UFO fleet’ sighting, recently debunked as a mass balloon release, hit back with video and independent reports.
- Meet Roger Leir, the doctor to see if you’re having problems with your alien implant.
- Cattle mutilation investigator claims to have solved the mystery. He’s not telling yet though…
- MUFON head claims UFOs are real.
- Expert says East Texas is a hotbed for UFO activity. Probably on their way to Crawford to recharge Dubya’s batteries.
- Manitoba Bigfoot expedition, organised by tabloid news show ‘A Current Affair’, claims to have found evidence for the creature.
- Voices of the dead, or just voices in your head?
- Randi knows. Just ask him.
- Study explains mystery of Mars’ lopsided South Pole.
- The winner of the 2005 Aventis Book Prize is: Critical Mass (Amazon US and UK).
- 25 years later, Mount St Helens has moved on.
- Twelve-year-old Maryland girl has not aged.
- Scientists succeed at ‘levitating‘ heavy objects.
- GoogleMaps inspires useful software hacks. Coming soon, Stalker v1.0.
- Controversy in the wake of ‘homosexual brain‘ research.
- Researchers study flying snakes.
- Kudzu weed curbs beer-drinking in laboratory animals, giving hope for sufferers of alcoholism. If I was a laboratory animal I’d drink heavily too…
- Antibiotic beer took good care of Ancient African’s health. Ah, the wisdom of the ancients on show again.
- Foresight too? Ancient Egyptians hoarded oil. No wonder Zahi’s so busy digging everywhere.
- Archaeologists unearth the Chinese Pompeii.
Quote of the Day:
Whenever the people are well informed, they can be trusted with their own government; that whenever things get so far wrong as to attract their notice, they may be relied on to set them to rights.