Okay, one new website up and running (The Red Pill), one hanging around ready to go, and one more before the end of the week. TDG is a box of surprises at the moment…
- Throw this one into the Roswell theory basket: giant circular symbols in New Mexico landscape mark Church of Scientology bunker, used to store indestructible copies of L.Ron Hubbard’s writings (with image). This is a Washington Post article, not Pravda…
- Scientist warns of extraterrestrial hacking attack via SETI programs. ET phreak home?
- Perhaps that’s the real reason behind SETI-at-home having its plug pulled.
- New History Channel documentary claimed to stack the cards for Edgar Cayce.
- Uri Geller helps conjure up deal between Israeli and Palestinian aid agencies. At least he had better luck than his football teams.
- 12-foot-tall sasquatch sculpture erected in honour of Native American oral histories. I pity the poor drunk camper who sees that silhouetted against a full moon.
- The fictional bionic hand becomes science fact.
- While new technologies look set to overcome the language barrier.
- But most importantly, technology now allows aspiring rock gods to test their chops.
- Living camera uses bacteria as film.
- Lawsuit filed against UC-Berkeley for teaching evolution. Evolve already.
- Earliest animals had human-like genes.
- Tortoise personality research adds to controversial trend in animal behaviourism.
- Was Jesus the Son of God…or just another failed prophet?
- Near-Earth Objects: What lies ahead? It’s not the ones near the Earth I worry about, it’s the ones that hit the Earth.
- And on the eight day…did God create aliens?
- World’s oldest rocks suggest the early Earth was habitable.
- Modern carbon dioxide levels are the highest in 650,000 years.
- Battery-powered bicycles offered to tourists at Cambodia’s Angkor temples.
- Greek President meets with international groups seeking the return of the Elgin Marbles.
- New BBC1 documentary will look at the history of Egyptology.
- What killed Chile’s mystery mummies?
- Bird Flu fears spark high sales of Star Anise spice.
- Man fined for refusing to give a roadside blood sample, after claiming he was a Witchdoctor and the process might turn him into a zombie.
- New Zealand author delves into unsolved air mysteries.
- Try not to tell astronauts that they didn’t walk on the Moon. Buzz Aldrin may be getting on, but he still packs a mean punch (video). Perhaps it’s all that pent up emotion against Neil Armstrong…
- DNA search for father Christmas. If you have pointy ears and a penchant for making toys, you might want to contact these people.
Thanks Pam and Rico.
Quote of the Day:
You can turn your back on a person, but you can never turn your back on a drug, especially when it’s waving a razor-sharp hunting knife in your eye.
Hunter S. Thompson