Also in South Korea, a robot that gives birth is helping medical students who can’t practice because of the country’s low birthrate. Governator Arnie plans to use it in his new movie, Terminator Junior.
Will Windows Vista be one step forward, two steps back? One day we will witness iWindows.
Comet McNaught, named after the Australian astronomer who discovered it last August, streaks across the southern skies this week, but Sydney may miss out. Some punters say it’s a cricket ball smashed by Gilchrist from hapless English bowlers.
Black diamonds may have their origins in intersteller space, US researchers claim.
A researcher says the Viking space probes of 1976-77 did find life on Mars, but inadvertantly killed it and didn’t recognise what it had found.
The Other Side of Truth says the O’Hare UFO incident, for better or worse, will define how the public views UFOlogy. If only the public read TDG instead of celebrity paparazzi gossip magazines.
Paul Kimball also believes that self-styled alien abduction researchers — such as David Jacobs and Budd Hopkins, have is a cult. I’m disappointed in Paul, he (conveniently) fails to mention John Mack’s research.
But this piece by the UFO Iconoclast(s) is just plain offensive, describing abductees as people experiencing psychotic episodes who need to be “cured”. Whoever wrote that needs to be anal probed by klingons.
Nick Redfern says he supports people who search for ET using radar and radio, but wonders if we’ll have a better chance winning the lottery. I forgot to buy a ticket last week.
The Beyond Reason talkshow discusses the latest in UFOlogy with Dr Kevin Randle.
Does this video footage really show a spiraling UFO above Russia, or is it a clever fake?
Is this the face of Dante? The author of The Divine Comedy (Amazon US or UK), not the guy from Clerks.
I’m a big fan of Rob Brezsny’s Free Will Astrology and Pronoia (Amazon US or UK), and I’m delighted to discover he reads TDG.
Quote of the Day:
“I have a dream that in the New World Oprah Winfrey will buy up all the Pizza Huts on the planet and convert them into a global network of menstrual huts, where for a few days each month every one of us, men and women alike, can resign from the crazy-making 9-5, drop out and slow down, break trance and dive down into eternal time.”