Happy birthday Dad, for yesterday…
- Judge rules Harry Potter can stay in libraries.
- Christopher Hitchins comments on the “essential stupidity of religion“.
- Scientists divided over alliance with religion.
- Are morals hard-wired into the brain? Must be selective evolution in that case…
- Kids can add and subtract without arithmetic. Perhaps analysis of autistic savant talents might be illuminating?
- Did British MoD have remote viewing interest back in the mid-1990s?
- An obituary for Jennifer Bates, bookseller & artist who embraced the unexplained.
- White Sands UFO crash video concocted by hoax artist?
- And this ET craft would appear to be very terrestrial.
- Radio ‘screams’ forecast deadly solar storms.
- Ritual decapitation part of rebirth rites in ancient Andean culture?
- SETI is about to go around the clock in its hunt for ET.
- Alan Boyle helps you get to know Galaxy M81 a bit better.
- Roll up, roll up. Come get your 3D look at the Face on Mars.
- What could be better I hear you say? What about schizophrenia-mimicking virtual reality machine? In the 60s, they called that LSD.
- Imaging the connectivity in the synaesthetic brain. Do they have to set that to music for synaesthetes?
- Cooking up memories in a neuron stew.
- Electric field cures brain cancer?
- 28 new exoplanets announced. Slartibartfast has been very busy.
Thanks Shadow and Loren.
Quote of the Day:
Round about the accredited and orderly facts of every science there ever floats a sort of dust-cloud of exceptional observations, of occurrences minute and irregular and seldom met with, which it always proves more easy to ignore than to attend to…Any one will renovate his science who will steadily look after the irregular phenomena.