Either Greg fell ill when Melbourne Storm demolished the Brisbane Broncos, or he found a strange glowing rock in his backyard.
Residents of a Peruvian village close to the Bolivian border are reporting headaches and vomiting after exposure to the impact site of a meteorite. Here’s a video report. I’ll update this story tomorrow, it could be bigger than Tunguska.
Douglas Eugene Savoy, a real-life Indiana Jones who discovered more than 40 lost cities in Peru, has died at the age of 80.
Yale University has agreed to return most of the artifacts it looted from Machu Picchu almost a century ago.
Did three angels hold back German forces at the Battle of Mons in WWI to help British soldiers retreat?
A $25 billion project to pump water from China’s southern rivers to its arid north has heritage officials racing against time to save thousands of priceless relics.
A boy has recovered from a life-threatening illness, only to emerge with a new accent. It happens every St Patricks Day down here.
It’s not a scene from an Ed Wood movie, but for the first time scientists have filmed the nanoscale interaction of an enzyme and a strand of DNA.
Trailer for Julie Taymor’s Beatles-inspired film Across the Universe. I can’t wait to take a trip across this universe, looks ace.
An international team of astronomers has discovered 14 new galaxies. 13 would have been a much more symbolic number.
The CIA passed the remote viewing STAR GATE program to the NSA, despite publicly announcing it was finished in 1995. If you can’t remote view, visit STARstream Research.
If you enjoyed reading this article about lucid dreaming, I highly recommend The Tibetan Yogas of Dream and Sleep by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche (Amazon US or UK). Close your eyes, and I’ll meet you over the seas of Quiddity.
Meet the dream detective who has been predicting future events for the past 20 years. If I’m psychic, then I’ll turn up to work in my underwear next week.
What if the afterlife is made up of a lifetime of dreams? Glass Soup by Jonathan Carroll is a novel so brilliant, it’ll wake you up dreaming (Amazon US or UK).
It’s not literature, but Matthew Reilly’s Seven Deadly Wonders is a fun, fast read that’s like a TDG news brief with punctuation (Amazon US or UK).
Quote of the Day:
For an adult, eating alone at McDonald’s is admitting a kind of defeat.