I really don’t know, but I’m sure the answer lies at the bottom of a cup of very strong black coffee.
- Do sonar scans revealing artificial structures submerged off the southeast coast of Cyprus point to a possible location for Atlantis? Robert Sarmast, expedition leader, rejects claims his search for Atlantis is a cover for American oil prospecting.
- Does a Cryptozoologist have sonar evidence of Norway’s Lake Seljord Monster, Selma?
- A bizarre freeway of fish swimming by the thousands along the shore of Englewood Beach has marine biologists puzzled.
- Crikey! There’s a bloody big croc lurking in London’s River Lea!
- Britain’s first museum and gallery dedicated to fairies has opened in the Orkneys.
- Once scorned as mere mythology, Vedic literature is being verified by modern science. A fantastic article, and the photo galleries of underwater excavations at Dvaraka are incredible.
- The Vimana of ancient vedic texts: science-fiction or fact?
- Did ancient cultures receive visits from god-like extraterrestrials?
- The Chosen Foo: American musicians the Foo Fighters and the WWII UFO mystery from whence they got their name.
- Cyberpunk visionary William Gibson writes about U2’s technology of blinding lights. U2 is a band who weren’t named after a type of flying vehicle, but Dave Grohl still likes them.
- Restricted files of UFO encounters have been recovered from the Australian Government’s top-secret archives. Our names haven’t been mentioned yet, Greg.
- After a spate of UFO sightings over the past 50 years, the skies of Cumbria are silent. Cumbrians take note: you still have the stars and your imaginations.
- New Jersey has no such problems, and is a UFO hotspot.
- Can a single strand of hair provide proof of extraterrestrial visitors? Australia’s leading UFOlogist, Bill Chalker, discusses the DNA evidence in his book Hair of the Alien (Amazon US or UK). This book is not to be confused with Donald Trump‘s biography.
- Saturn’s moon Titan is dry as a bone, dispelling theories of hydrocarbon lakes.
- If I tell you what negative Quantum knowledge is, you will know less. The more I learn the less I know.
- Frighteningly, Galvanic Vestibular Stimulation can produce remote-controlled humans. There’s something weird about my iPod earphones …
- Syn is a beta-magazine dedicated to exploring synaesthesia, for those who experience the condition and for those who don’t.
- Satire Warning: In a bizarre twist of irony, a suicide bomber was killed en route by a car bomb. To balance the satire, an old article about Bush announcing an end to America’s nightmare of peace and prosperity experienced during the Clinton Administration. These articles are funny because they’re so sadly true.
- Westerners laugh at Asians who mix up their Engrish. Now let’s laugh at stupid white people who get kanji tattooes confused.
- Perception-distorting street art, with an anamorphosis view.
Quote of the Day:
I know enough about life that I’ve got the big moves down, sort of. The fine moves are moments you discover as you live life attentively.