Buenos tardes amigo…
- The founder of Creationism dies. That’s right, God is dead.
- Who believes in the Indigo Children? Quite a few, by the sounds of things.
- Quantum entanglement may well happen at the macroscopic level, and at room temperature. Good news timing for Dean Radin, with his book Entangled Minds due out in the next couple of months.
- Retired professor argues that HIV does not cause AIDS.
- Study investigates the supervolcano beneath Yellowstone.
- Jewelry for the Scottish – scientists build a gold necklace, one atom in thickness.
- Nanoscale tubing assembles itself instantly. Ikea need to hire some of these scientists.
- Drug found to reverse the ravages of Alzheimer’s Disease in mice. Forget transhumanism, the first immortal beings will be mice.
- The phantom rabbit tells us more about the brain.
- Hubble’s largest galaxy portrait gives a high-def view of a pinwheel galaxy. Standard images available from that page, or if you want the really big ones, go here (15852 x 12392 pixels).
- The 15th Annual International UFO Congress and Film Festival gets underway in Laughlin Nevada.
- Project Serpo gets more credible. Apparently.
- 3D plasma shapes created in mid-air. Now the skeptics will have the ultimate-and-always-final UFO debunking claim.
- In Texas, El Chupacabra is back.
- Hunting for Malaysia’s Bigfoot.
- Were the ancient Minoans centuries ahead of their time? New evidence presented in Nature.
- The Lost Kingdom of Tambora has been rediscovered.
- Archaeological team discovers oldest remains of seafaring ships in the world. That’s “oldest known” actually, you can’t claim an unknown.
- More on that story about NASA finding Mayan ruins from space – National Geographic has some video.
- NG also has more on the new Egyptian Sun Temple discover. “Egyptologists not involved with the discovery said it confirms suspicions that much of ancient Egypt has been buried under modern cities and still remains to be found.” – ’nuff said.
- It’s the new fad – everyone wants to be a Da Vinci Code critic.
Quote of the Day:
Roswell, in my opinion, is a blind alley. It is a major tactical mistake to base the argument for UFOs entirely on a case that has so little scientific evidence and so much ambiguous and conflicting testimony surrounding it.
Dr Jacques Vallee