I love the sound the weeks make as they zoom by…
- Hacker cracks Harry Potter ending. Apparently, Frodo sails off to the land of….oh, wrong book.
- Speaking of: Scottish hobbit house is on the market (with video).
- 60 years on, the Maury Island UFO case continues to remain controversial. Nick Redfern comments on the story.
- Jellyfish-shaped UFO spotted in Shanghai.
- SETI finally finds a home, with the construction of the Allen Telescope Array (financed by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen).
- Is Youtube Nessie video viral marketing for the upcoming Sony movie The Water Horse?
- Lady ghost haunts Ohio Masonic Temple.
- Summer solstice celebrated at Stonehenge.
- Rush to save Miami Circle after seawall collapses nearby.
- Ancient murder mystery of ‘Bog Man’ remains to be solved.
- “Everybody beat Columbus,” says Gunnar Thompson.
- Indian law enforcement siezes smuggled human skulls headed for Himalayan monasteries, to be used as kapalas.
- Researchers suggest quantum dots as media for teleportation.
- X Prize Cup announces Lunar Lander Challenge competitors.
- Everything you wanted to know about the Global Warming deniers (now there’s a loaded term if ever I heard one, referencing those ‘other’ deniers…).
- Mystery of the disappearing lake in Chile.
- Connecticut governer vetoes medical marijuana measure.
- First-born children are the cleverest. Except in my family, eh Chesty?
- Why are women mad about moggies?
- EU probe to investigate all search engines in relation to privacy.
- Bin Laden may have arranged family’s exit post-911. Pwned.
- Firemen work for over two hours to free man with penis stuck in padlock. I’m obviously not current on 21st century lock-picking techniques…
Thanks X_O. And Kat.
Quote of the Day:
I should dearly love that the world should be ever so little better for my presence. Even on this small stage we have our two sides, and something might be done by throwing all one’s weight on the scale of breadth, tolerance, charity, temperance, peace, and kindliness to man and beast. We can’t all strike very big blows, and even the little ones count for something.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle