This is a circular vortex, spinning…
- Four years ago Sylvia Browne and James Van Praagh said Shawn Hornbeck was dead. Now they have some explaining to do.
- WaPo have a long and in-depth article on people how believe they are victims of mind control experiments.
- Critics brand UK super-database “frightening and intrusive”.
- Excavations show that Stonehenge didn’t stand alone.
- Grand Canyon creationist tale has National Parks service under fire from scientists.
- Creationist museum has dinosaurs and humans living together.
- Ancient stone tools may rewrite American prehistory. Perhaps they were Noah’s?
- The terror on the face of an Amazonian mummy.
- Ancient spice healing remedies – an ingredient in curry shows promise for Alzheimer’s, cancer, and other diseases.
- The New York Times has an obituary for Robert Anton Wilson.
- Humanoid robot controlled with the mind (with video).
- Japan recommends scrapping Moon mission.
- NASA’s Pluto probe prepares for Jupiter flyby.
- String theory? Knot.
- The latest issue of Scientific American is now out – one of the free articles from the new issue is this one on dark energy.
- 2006: The year in sci-fi book cover art.
- The must-know lexicon of the 21st century intellectual.
- Woman dies during “hold your wee for a Wii” competition.
- America goes insane over the weather.
- World’s first test tube baby gives birth to her own baby, doing it the old-fashioned way. Much messier.
- Genetic search closes in on Alzheimer’s mutation.
- Are memories made of this molecule?
- What we hear, and how it affects what we see.
Quote of the Day:
Men, for years now, have been talking about war and peace. But now, no longer can they just talk about it. It is no longer a choice between violence and nonviolence in this world; it’s nonviolence or nonexistence.
Martin Luther King