How’s that Sub Rosa working out for you?
- Explorer finds sub that may have inspired Jules Verne’s Nautilus.
- Dolphins protect their snouts with sponges.
- Statue of Egyptian Pharaoh found after nearly 3,600 Years.
- Treasure trove of rock art wasting away.
- Cambodian authorities may require special shoes for Angkor Wat tourists.
- Archaeologists find hoard of Celtic coins in the Netherlands.
- Churches blamed for rise in exorcism.
- New supercomputer will model the neo-cortex.
- Scientific institute convinced that stem cells from fetuses can repair cardiac damage.
- Mars rover Opportunity on the move again after escaping sandtrap.
- Japanese scientists plan to drill to the ‘center of the Earth‘. Well, just to the mantle actually, which is a long, long way from the center of the Earth…but let’s revel in the hyperbole for a while.
- Our changing planet revealed in atlas.
- Coming in out of the cold: Cold fusion heads for acceptance?
- Loch Ness investigator goes public.
- Fighter jet observed chasing triangular craft in Oklahoma.
- Apple to use Intel chips. The technology world becomes even more bland.
- Keeping fit may take only a few minutes, not hours of physical exercise.
- The machine that can copy anything.
- Martian methane may be from rocks, not life.
- Marketing space tourism to the masses.
- Two stars poised to merge.
- Metal shards appear in Japanese guardrails.
- World’s largest flower, Big Bucky, set to bloom this week.
- Randi’s latest newsletter.
- Author Simon Singh becomes the new media skeptic of note.
- UK police baffled by sightings of creature described as a cross between a kangaroo, a cat and a monkey.
- Bigfoot legend lives large in Northwest lore.
- Indian village marries off toads in a bid for rain.
Quote of the Day:
A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.