Some of this may be true. We’ll sort it all out later.
- Can ancient rocks yield clues about catastrophes like Hurricane Katrina?
- Artifact is tiny, but ancient find is big.
- Native American petroglyphs bear witness to a history long hidden.
- Archaeologists unearthed a fishing boat believed to be the world’s oldest, dating back to 6,000 B.C.
- A rare cuneiform tablet has been discovered on an excavation site in Sidon, exciting archeologists and serving as the first piece of evidence of writing in Sidon’s history.
- In case of war: nominations sought for list of U. K. cultural treasures to be saved at all costs.
- The design of Disney Hong Kong is guided by ancient magic.
- Tall grasses are set to power Europe. Sure beats mowing it.
- Mexico sends the first-ever aid north.
- There’s toxic trouble in the New Orleans water.
- Scientists in Australia and The Netherlands have come up with a diet they claim will cut a person’s risk of heart disease by 78 per cent; dark chocolate and red wine. Yum.
- Speaking of chocolate, don’t accept chocolates from a Nazi.. .
- Odd behavior and creativity may go hand-in-hand. That makes most of us creative, right?
- Scientists develop a ‘clever’ artificial hand.
- Physicists have settled one of science’s more perplexing enigmas by explaining why uncooked spaghetti breaks into more than two pieces when you bend it.
- The missing science of entire systems.
- British scientist Professor Stephen Hawking is using a hi-tech gadget to communicate by blinking because his deteriorating health limits movement.
- MIT Researchers find a clue to the start of the universe.
- Bose-Einstein condensate runs circles around magnetic trap.
- Is there a Mayan clock in August U. K. crop formations?
- The first 2005 Canadian Crop Circles are reported.
- The mystery of the UFOs
- Was it el chupacabra? West Texas man kills chicken slayer.
- Magnetic energy? Perhaps.
- Controversy swirls around wind farm plan.
- A small drop of liquid takes big nano-step.
- Scientists from the NASA will join hands with Vedic scholars to explore mysteries of ancient Indian cosmology at a Vedic Planetarium about 100 km from Kolkata, once the initiative of Alfred Brush Ford, scion of the United States automobile giant Ford, bears fruit.
- The early Earth’s atmosphere was a reducing one, chock full of methane, ammonia, hydrogen and water vapor.
- Deep Impact collision ejected the stuff of life.
- Martian volcanoes may be active.
- A field guide for confirming new earth-like planets is described.
- The largest known asteroid could contain more fresh water than Earth.
- One of the best chances for solving the Mars methane mystery may have been lost.
- An experimental European probe has spotted a tiny area on the Moon that could be a promising site to set up a future manned outpost.
Quote of the Day
Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds.