Kat’s a bit ill, so I finished off her half-done news. Consider it news by Grat…
- How judge’s secret Da Vinci code was cracked.
- Buried alive in Thera eruption, olive branch provides clue to how Minoans were wiped out.
- Largest archaeological site ever excavated in Britain is truly Olympic in size.
- Within weeks, ‘experts from Egypt’ are due to arrive in Bosnia at what Osmanagic is now calling the ‘pyramid of Sun plateau’. Osmanagic believes there are pyramids of Moon and Dragon as well, under two nearby hills.
- Gravitational ‘dance’, not collisions, behind giant planets’ tilt.
- The case for habitable exoplanet moons.
- 9/11 Conspiracy: A Skeptic’s View.
- Modern perspective on levitation and flight in the ancient world.
- Alan Boyle’s Cosmic Log is inundated with ‘off-season’ ghost stories.
- Is there such a thing as an “innocent” natural disaster?
- MI6 places an advert for new spy recruits. If you respond, you fail.
- Scientists claim to have proved that astrology is bunk. Could they be wrong?
- Premonition leads father and son to find crashed driver.
- Prions may not be the cause of Mad Cow and CJD.
- UK hacker says he was just hunting UFOs. Honest guv!
- What makes scientists deceive? I see a new TV series coming: “When scientists go bad!”
- Faithful to gather at ‘ancient’ UFO site – the Integratron returns…
- UK decides the best place for its nuclear waste is deep, deep underground. Kind of like the carpet I guess.
- Insect eye inspires future vision.
- Computer will tell Muslim astronaut how to pray in space. Do your prayer requests get there quicker if you do it in space?
- NASA says comet fragments won’t hit Earth. “Maybe just a girlie slap”, says a spokesman (yeah, I’m lying again).
- Hubble turns sweet sixteen (and never been de-commissioned?).
Thanks Kat, hope you feel better soon.
Quote of the Day:
The cosmic ballet… goes on.
Leonard Nimoy (in ‘The Simpsons’)