Thursday again, and my supply seems to be dwindling. Who do I talk to about ordering some more?
- Woman gets to see her own heart on display at a medical exhibition. The Aztecs had that gig sorted centuries ago…
- Glasgow University to offer course on psychical research.
- How easy it is for bad science to make headlines. Also: pharma companies ghostwrite articles and attach scientists names.
- Moray eels’ jaws mimic the monsters from Aliens.
- Former space shuttle team member says Wernher von Braun saw the Roswell aliens.
- Phoenix spacecraft passes in-flight tests.
- Federal appeals court gives US Navy the go ahead to resume sonar testing, despite possible harm to endangered whales.
- Breakup event in the main asteroid belt likely caused dinosaur extinction 65 million years ago.
- Nuclear warheads mistakenly flown across the U.S.
- China official says the Qin mausoleum will not be excavated, despite likely historical treasures buried beneath.
- So whose deep sea treasure is it really? Maybe I’ll put in a claim…
- Oxytocin: the hormone that helps you understand what others are thinking. I’m guessing Richard Dawkins has a shortage of oxytocin in his system…
- Stamping documents with “Secret” cost the US taxpayer $8.2billion last year.
- Physicists establish ‘spooky’ quantum communication.
- Adventurer Steve Fossett missing in the Nevada desert.
- Yeti footprint photos go to auction.
- Stockmarket braces for a horror September.
- Infowars: strike early, strike often.
- Study suggests just ten minutes of cell phone use is a danger:
- The danger that lurks in your kitchen – doctor warns consumers about dangers of popcorn fumes.
- Cat owners who flush cat crap down the toilet are killing whales and dolphins. And making my tuna taste funny…
- Goats sacrificed to fix technical problem with Nepalese aircraft. Now they’ll have to sacrifice something else to appease the Great Goat God.
- Finally, photographic proof of the existence of the chupacabras!
Quote of the Day:
God does not play dice with the universe; He plays an ineffable game of his own devising, which might be compared, from the perspective of any of the other players, to being involved in an obscure and complex version of poker in a pitch dark room, with blank cards, for infinite stakes, with a dealer who won’t tell you the rules, and who smiles all the time.