For some reason, there’s climate change news everywhere today…perhaps 6/6/6 has called up the fires of hell. In any case Bill, I didn’t go looking for them…
- British climate report predicts millions will be forced to leave coastal areas and seek higher ground.
- How far will we go to save ourselves if global warming predictions are correct?
- Dubya’s administration creates a climate of fear, with scientists claiming they were gagged on the climate change issue.
- Petroleum/gas fuels new cold war in the Arctic. Wouldn’t they all be cold wars in the Arctic?
- Study shows that our ancestors survived Snowball Earth.
- Two deaths in the UFO research community – Karl Pflock and Dr Harley Rutledge.
- Physicists generate ball lightning – actually plasma clouds – in the lab. Nice timing to go with the MoD Condign Report.
- Tips on how to predict psychic pscams – with the interesting revelation that 0.1% of psychics are actually genuine.
- Vanity Fair reopens the whole Dan Brown copyright issue with an investigative feature on Lewis Purdue’s claims (I’ve been wanting to look more into the whole Ahamedd Saaddodeen mystery for a while – perhaps it would make a good basis for a novel…).
- Science at work – an anti-allergenic cat has been bred. Now if they can just breed one that doesn’t get into my garbage bin and tip it over the floor, I’ll be a happy man.
- King Arthur’s Scottish Camelot.
- Forget Gitmo, here’s real human rights abuse: Barry Manilow’s music used to clear streets and parks of undesirables in Australia. I’m ashamed of my country…
- Uri Geller rocked as Presley’s home slips from his grasp. Shouldn’t he have seen that coming?
- Researchers find hidden Greek text on the Antikythera Mechanism.
- Archaeologists have discovered what they believe to be a 27,000-year-old drawing of a face, which would make it the oldest in history.
- Cambodia temple ‘faces collapse‘.
- Mini-planet systems get stranger.
- Post 6/6/6, we ask the question – what is up with those doomsday obsessives?
Huge thanks to Kat (perfect timing as I went down with gastro).
Quote of the Day:
If you asked me to name the three scariest threats facing the human race, I would give the same answer that most people would: nuclear war, global warming and Windows.