Jameske’s called in sick at the last minute, so I’ve thrown together a short news before I head to bed. Still, I managed to find ice worms, chickens with alligator teeth, and Bigfoot in Britain. Let’s call it a news menagerie…
- U.S. Supreme Court rebuts the DEA, and rules in favour of a small New Mexico congregation being allowed to use ayahuasca as a religious sacrament until the final hearing is held. Not an overall win yet, but at least a step in the right direction – more at Erowid.org.
- The LA Times responds to a recent article in Fate Magazine: “Thankfully, the ocean is too polluted for an underwater UFO base”.
- Nick Redfern goes in search of the British Bigfoot for Cryptomundo.
- Children’s UFO and ET encounters to be presented at a UN affiliated conference in Montreal.
- Fancy a wee dram of ghosties then do you laddie? Check out the second annual Edinburgh Ghost Festival.
- Seeing the funny side of death and the afterlife – more on Mary Roach’s book Spook.
- Stigmatas: saints or insane?
- Nanoscience study shows that quantum dots talk. What do they say? Just small talk, I’d imagine.
- Quantum teleporter creates laser beam clones.
- Mutant chicken grows alligator-like teeth. Talk about evolution…the saying “as rare as hen’s teeth” just became extinct.
- DNA could predict your surname.
- Ice worms: they’re real, and they’re hot property in the astrobiology scene.
- New York’s Metropolitan Museum to return disputed antiquities to Italy.
- Ruins of Harappan city discovered in India.
- US reclassifies many documents in secret review.
- Google throws out US log-file demand.
- Scandal-hit Vatican banker Paul Marcinkus dead at 84.
Quote of the Day:
If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.