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All set for the big comet drama on Sunday or Monday? If not, you’ll need to know the impact time for your location, and then pick a webcast site.

  • 5000 year old Egyptian Mystery School text, locked away in a private collection since it’s discovery 100 years ago, astounds translators as The Alchemy of the Soul is revealed.
  • Introduction to Paleoclimatology: Written in the Earth.
  • Clues of climate and the Bible’s seven lean years.
  • Geologist digs up secrets of evolution’s big bang.
  • Conan Doyle’s obsession with the afterlife.
  • Social conformity: what other people say changes what 41% see. (enter dailygrail & article)
  • Unlike computers, biological organisms’ mental processing is continuous.
  • Millenium Report warns technology could grow beyond human control.
  • Biodefense: A plague of researchers.
  • Physicist says we’re on our way back to the Dark Ages.
  • Your Instincts Could Kill You: How To Survive a Nuclear Attack on Washington, D.C. (or anywhere else).
  • Exxon says in five, ten years at best, demand for oil will exceed supply.
  • For the first time, a pilot solar power-plant successfully creates storable, transportable energy from a metal ore.
  • Solar panels will cut in half one farmer’s $1.5 million annual energy bill.
  • People are racing to Alaska — to see it before it melts. (enter dailygrail & article)
  • For fire ants, reproduction is bizarre battle of the sexes.
  • Remembrance of Things Future: The Mystery of Time. (enter dailygrail & article)
  • A Fault Runs Through It: digging deep in anticipation of the next Big One.
  • Geophysicists image rock layers under Himalaya.
  • Code for the Heavens: over 28 days, computer model generates 25 terabytes of data to capture the birth of galaxies.
  • Researchers who found links between vision and neck complaints are now asking, can muscle and joint problems in the neck and shoulders affect the ability of the eyes to focus? 60 years ago, Edgar Cayce was saying this, and prescribed head and neck exercises to correct vision.
  • Discovery of the first exoplanet, Bellerophon, in 1995 ushered in the Age of Planets.
  • Scans Show How Hypnosis Affects Brain Activity.
  • Insomnia Mania: Newborn Sea Mammals Don’t Sleep for a Month.
  • Doctors could learn a lot about human care from pet hospitals.
  • U.S.-instigated raids in more than a dozen countries nab file-swappers.
  • America’s religious right: The Economist says, “You ain’t seen nothing yet.”
  • The key to a six-figure salary? It’s all in the name.
  • Stanford Unlocks Mystery of Poverty: Why certain countries are poor while others are rich.
  • Fishermen catch nearly 9-foot-long, 646 pound (293 kg) catfish. With photo.
  • Ebay auction of mom’s forehead as ad space yields $10,000 for son’s tuition.
  • British cannabis mostly homegrown — in countless spare rooms, attics and garages.
  • New method for tracing illicit substances on currency.
  • U.N. says 5% of the global population consumed illicit drugs valued at $321 billion over the past 12 months.
  • Single UK women are angry people.
  • Somali gunmen hijack ship carrying food aid to tsunami survivors.
  • Increasing social inequality in Britain is at the root of rising levels of anti-social behaviour, teenage pregnancy, violence and obesity, according to Professor Richard Wilkinson, author of The Impact of Inequality: How to Make Sick Societies Healthier. Amazon US & UK.

Quote of the Day:

“Someone once said, what we are never changes, but who we are never stops changing.”

Gil Grissom, CSI