What better way to start your week than with a topsy-turvy dose of red-pill news?
- ‘John the Baptist’ cave could be part of an underground complex used by Biblical prophets.
- Indiana Jones of the Balkans and the mystery of a hidden pyramid.
- Cana dig aims to unearth miracle of Jesus – before ruins are pulverized by local building contractors.
- Opus Dei demands Da Vinci disclaimer – and prints cartoon of Muhammed in hell.
- The publishing world’s new holy grail: Mary Magdalene.
- New optical telescope is solely dedicated to detecting light signals from alien civilizations.
- Max Headroom creator claims he hoaxed Alien Autopsy film.
- A loathsome spider: a review of Elizabeth’s Spy Master by Robert Hutchinson. Amazon US & UK.
- Scents to punctuate the Japanese release of the movie The New World. Aroma-Cinema? No thanks – I’ll just wait for the DVD release.
- The burning of hydrocarbons may be cooling the Earth. If so, we’d best immediately add crows to the endangered species list.
- The Great Easter Egg Hunt: New photo of void space reveals incredible richness.
- Fancy yourself a pretty good Easter Egg decorator? Maybe it’s time to try your hand at the fine art of Easter Egg piercing.
- ESA’s Venus Express has returned the first-ever images of the hothouse planet’s south pole.
- A surprising number of the moon rocks show signs of melting about 3.9 billion years ago.
- Fragrance of pine forests found to affect climate.
- Six climate-monitoring satellites successfully launched into orbit.
- Giant Deep-Sea Volcano With “Moat of Death” Found.
- An invention to dye for: the colour purple.
- The rise of the serial soulmate and the four stages of dating.
- Psychologist explores human perception, finds ‘wow factor’.
- A review of The Jasons: The Secret History of Science’s Postwar Elite by Ann Finkbeiner. Amazon US & UK.
Quote of the Day:
It’s amazing how much panic one honest man can spread among a multitude of hypocrites.