A little beauty to begin with, as the rest will make you itch with nervousness.
- Russia’s snow and ice festival. A little out of date but worth a look.
- UN unveils gargantuan world taxation plan. Note: This article is now premium content at The Independent, but you can read a copy of the article here. (Scroll down just a tad.)
- Greenland and West Antarctic ice sheets melting.
- Turbulence yields secrets to 73 year-old experiment.
- Using sound waves to induce nuclear fusion.
- Use your brain, halve your risk of dementia.
- Secrets of the sea yield stronger artificial bone.
- The electron and the light-quant from the experimental point of view.
- Inventor develops artificial gills.
- Morality on the brain.
- Viva Lamarck: a brief history of the inheritance of acquired characteristics.
- Mysterious plague of worms hits Mafikeng.
- Was Hitler a British agent?
- Sensors, filters and the source of reality.
- Science in the 21st Century: knowledge monopolies and research cartels.
- Cosmic rays linked to cloudy days.
Quote of the Day:
All things are subject to interpretation – whichever interpretation prevails at a given time is a function of power and not truth.