Raise your bat, Grandma R, for bringing up the century in style…
- Alien life in space probably not too buff, says researcher.
- Earth to aliens: no signal yet, could you please try again, by Astronomer Royal Sir Martin Rees.
- Was Stonehenge part of a much larger complex, with ceremonial avenues joining stone and wood henges to the River Avon?
- Terry Pratchett to be a guest speaker at the upcoming Witchfest conference in the UK.
- Mount Diablo keeps its name despite religious objection.
- Skeptic Joe Nickell investigates psychic Sylvia Browne.
- Joe’s been busy – he’s also searching for a Canadian Lake Monster. Searching, debunking…same definition?
- More on the million dollar reward for Bigfoot photo.
- These guys would all like a piece of that – Texas Bigfoot conference draws hundreds.
- Why is Darwin still on trial? The legal bill must be crippling…
- New study forecasts no winter by the 2105. I suggest putting your stocks into air conditioning companies.
- Arrival of new tropical storm equals record.
- 200 million-year-old tree found growing in Australia. Well, not that particular tree, I think we’re talking about the species.
- Sea lily caught creeping away from trouble.
- Classical music makes good wine at Italian vineyard.
- Japan tests vehicle-to-vehicle communication system aimed at stopping collisions.
- Moving print advertisements coming soon as cheap ‘paper displays’ arrive.
- India says Google Maps are showing too much.
- One small jump for a flea, one giant leap for mankind. Australian scientists copy resilin, which gives fleas their bounce. I vote we rename it flubber.
- A seaweed found in Fiji may help fight cancer and AIDS.
- New NASA website features ‘live images‘ of Mars.
- Pentagon to use radars as death rays?
- Woes at the J. Paul Getty Museum ripple through the art world.
- The end of the mouse? Tactapad puts your hands into the digital world. What happens when you combine that with porn?
Quote of the Day:
‘We’ve strayed into a zone with a high magical index,’ he said. ‘Don’t ask me how. Once upon a time a really powerful magic field must have been generated here, and we’re feeling the after-effects.’
‘Precisely,’ said a passing bush.