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Ten years to the day since my life changed for the better…

  • The Maya: Glory and Ruin. A National Geographic feature.
  • Hidden city found beneath Alexandria.
  • Answers to the secrets of the Cosmos, without a 42 in sight.
  • Psychedelic author and investigator Peter Stafford has sadly passed away.
  • Burning Man festival to invite corporate participants?
  • Einstein and extra-dimensional humans (and no, the story is not about people who can’t fit into a size 18.)
  • Russian submarine sets sail for the Arctic, to claim it for the Kremlin. I think if they’re setting sail in their subs, that could explain a lot about the end of the Cold War…
  • Yes, those Mars rovers are still going. I say pick them up when we do a manned mission and bring them home for a ticker tape parade.
  • How romantic would it be to head down to the beach with your betentacled green spouse and watch a quadruple sunset?
  • Conservation biologist says renewable energy sources could ‘rape Nature‘, and suggests nuclear energy as the alternative.
  • Peru makes ambitious move to regrow lost forests.
  • Historical evidence uncovered for facts in Biblical book?
  • San Francisco’s Cab #666 may soon be retired. The Antichrist needs to drive cabs to make ends meet?
  • Mobile phone mast illnesses are all in the mind.
  • Adolescent rats enjoy cannabis more than their elders. Punks.
  • Megafish project to look for real-life ‘monsters’.
  • Human skin to replace animal tests.
  • The booms are back
  • Inside the files of cryptozoology legend Bernard Heuvelmans.
  • And another entrant in the headlines you can’t make up department: dead cybernetic-frog with webserver for guts can be ‘brought to life‘ by Internet users. Now if this doesn’t catch on as new funeral option soon, I’ll be amazed. “Make grandpa’s leg kick Jimmy, go on…” (with apologies to any Jimmys reading today whose grandfathers have recently passed away.)

Thanks Rick.

Quote of the Day:

The irony of man’s condition is that the deepest need is to be free of the anxiety of death and annihilation; but it is life itself which awakens it, and so we must shrink from being fully alive.

Ernest Becker