Yup, it’s that day again…
- Real-life superheroes: Ten people with incredible abilities (pics and videos).
- Voyager 2 approaches termination shock.
- The little known history of NASA’s Project Echo satelloons. Great image at the top…
- A little perspective for those that think the space program is a waste of good money.
- New Mexico ‘alien’ tourism ads stir controversy.
- Two monkeys go walking in Japan, though their brains are in South Carolina. Stop me if you’ve heard this one before.
- ‘Cultural guerillas‘ cleared of lawbreaking over secret Pantheon clock repair work. Great story.
- Revival of theory of group selection sends Darwinian sciences into a spin.
- The original Facebook. Priest’s skin used to bind book documenting his treason. Now that’s the ultimate insult.
- America’s Armageddonites and their links to American foreign policy. No booze, no bars in the New Jerusalem? What kind of a Heaven on Earth is this?
- What makes us moral?
- Studies of ancient Pangaean supercontinent don’t match up.
- Does this 16th century painting show an angel with Down Syndrome?
- Umberto Eco says Dan Brown is a character in one of his books.
- Philip Pullman hits back at critics who say he is presenting candy-coated atheism in his novels.
- Has an underwater archaeologist found evidence that humans hunted mastodons?
- Experts wary of the risks posed by nanotechnology.
- Now for ID cards…and the biometric blues.
- Forget lap steel guitars…what about laptop guitars?
Thanks Kat and Rick.
Quote of the Day:
Science depends on a belief in the intelligibility of nature.