Plenty of high strangeness today. Or maybe I’m just getting a fever. You decide.
- In Peru, a crater and questions. No matter what the result, the ambivalence/dismissal of authorities to reports of people getting sick, from contact with an extraterrestrial object, raises some serious concerns with me.
- Mars close-up casts doubt on signs of recent water. Nothing like the certainty of science…water, no water, water, no water, water, no water. Aieee!
- Former White House Chief of Staff calls on USAF to release UFO files (not sure if this is an old story resurrected, sounds familiar).
- Islamic religious body rules on how to pray, wash and die in space.
- The weird Russian mind control research behind a Department of Homeland Security contract.
- Michio Kaku takes you on a tour of advanced science and humorous anecdotes.
- The truth is out there. Or perhaps in Ireland.
- Cryptozoologist Loren Coleman gives an exciting update on the search for the Orang Pendek.
- Bats may use magnetic polarity for navigation.
- Chernobyl reactor to be encased in 150 metre long steel structure.
- Club drug Ketamine helps fight depression. And anaesthetizes horses too, if you’re looking for any extra benefits…
- Psychic hunts for the White Lady of Haigh Hall.
- Does medium Tony Stockwell talk to the dead?
- Hambo Lama Itigelov remains forever young, despite passing away 80 years ago.
- Boy recovering from brain operation emerges with a different accent.
- New monuments discovered near Luxor Temple. Expect to see Zahi’s mug in the news again over the next few days.
- Turkish dam threatens historic site.
- History being rewritten on the collapse of the Cherokee.
- Archaeologists granted access to Japan’s sacred tombs.
- Velociraptors had feathers.
- If you want a really dangerous feathered predator though, you can’t go past Winged cats. They do exist!
- Judge orders burial of hand-me-down mummified baby.
Thanks Kat and Rick.
Quote of the Day:
Nothing ever becomes real till it is experienced.