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Should we be worried it’s Greg who will be posting the news on the 6th day of the 6th month of the 6th year?

  • Dire consequences are predicted for the world’s 500 million desert-living population, due to climate change and water shortages.
  • A meteor believed to have caused the biggest mass extinction in Earth’s history (before the dinosaurs), may also have created the Australian continent.
  • Not only do scientists think a meteor wiped out the dinosaurs, but now they believe a huge meteor strike in Antarctica gave birth to them.
  • It’s been 84 years since the last intact tomb was found in the Valley of the Kings, and it may be another 84 years before they work out what it is.
  • The battle to stop the construction of a highway near Ireland’s Tara Hill continues.
  • Decoding the charred remains of the Derveni papyrus may have implications for the Gospel of Judas.
  • Looking for evidence of fish-to-land evolution in the Arctic.
  • Cryptomundo has a screenshot of the coelacanth filmed off the coast of Indonesia recently.
  • Electric fish emitting different signals may be on the verge of an evolutionary split.
  • Scientists are no closer to working out what ball lightning is.
  • FATE magazine has a great article about UFOs over sacred sites.
  • A woman in the Washington DC area saw 6-8 white hovering lights that were too quiet to be a helicopter.
  • Waterhen Lake is a hotspot for UFO sightings lately, which seem to be interested in the water.
  • Wendy saw a green object as large as the moon sailing across treetops parallel to her car.
  • ThothWeb (I hope I got that one right!) discusses the alien skull debate.
  • Meet EveR-1, a South Korean female android who can express emotions and hold a conversation. My first name is Rick, but my surname is not Deckard.
  • The Lost Orwell is a new book by Peter Davison offering new insights into the life of a genius (Amazon UK only).
  • Here’s an article for Brian Joseph, Patti Boyd discusses her life as a muse to George Harrison.
  • A Jesuit priest rejects U2 leadsinger Bono’s claim that religion has severely damaged Ireland.

Thanks Kat.

Quote of the Day:
I’m not doubting. I don’t doubt God. I have firm faith absolutely in God. It’s religion I’m doubting.

Bono