We start with plenty of religion, but finish with some anus constricting and a truck-full of doughnuts. So hang in there…
- Getting Judas wrong – did the National Geographic Society make a hash of their translation of the Gospel of Judas?
- More Americans believe in the Devil than Darwin. Though, that majority also believes Darwin *is* the devil…so Chuck actually polled 100% in reality.
- Did Morgan “Supersize Me” Spurlock find Osama Bin Laden? Whether true or not, I’m betting Mr Spurlock’s about to have a chat with some anonymous looking gentlemen in suits.
- Court blocks BBC blasphemy case. Beeb-elzebub?
- Let us kill all the teddy bears…
- London science museum exhibition explores the art and science of sleeping and dreaming.
- Scifi writer and ufology buff Mac Tonnies takes on Stephen Hawking over time travel. Mac, you can say you kicked Stephen Hawking’s ass, or you can say you got your ass kicked by Stephen Hawking…but either way, it’s not gonna pick up girls at the bar.
- In a parallel universe, this theory would make sense.
- Spinning UFO caught on camera-phone in Costa Rica?
- The L.A. Times pays (a little) respect to the topic of ufology. Billy Cox comments.
- Full, uncut DVD of the recent National Press Club UFO presentation is now available.
- Astronaut Edgar Mitchell, founder of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, searches for an “inclusive view of reality“.
- Have British ghost hunters uncovered an old murder?
- Space Shuttle Atlantis set for a Thursday launch.
- The Man in the Moon is 4 billion years old.
- Mars Rover Spirit escapes from Tartarus.
- Disney cartoon characters hit with court summons. “I tawt I taw a puddy tat!”
- Feeling down? Forget the meds, and check out How to Good-Bye Depression: If You Constrict Anus 100 Times Everyday. Malarkey? or Effective Way? It made me smile anyhow (the book title, not the anus constricting).
- Cops chase down doughnut truck. Not all doughnuts have been accounted for.
Thanks Filip and Rick.
Quote of the Day:
Assistant District Attorney Michael Verveer conceded that the scene described in the criminal complaint of several squad cars chasing a donut truck around the west side could elicit laughter from many.
The Capital Times