Change is coming.
- Destruction of the Amazon rainforest is increasing at a disturbing rate.
- A 1500-year-old Mayan paint job at a temple in Honduras.
- Archaeologists have unsealed the intact tomb of an ancient Egyptian official.
- Could ruins discovered in Peru be a legendary lost city adorned with gold? Cool pictures.
- An elaborate 2500-year-old sword and scabbard found in China.
- What is the Axis of Solstice, and why it is a time to celebrate love of nature in the Hebrew calendar?
- A conversation with a theologian and a physicist who believe orbs are intelligent and trying to communicate. >The Orb Project by Miceal Ledwith and Klaus Heinemann (Amazon US or UK).
- Paranormal investigators setup monitoring equipment to glimpse the ghostly apparition of a young girl in white.
- The Center for Physical Trace Research has released photos of a UFO witnessed in Dakota last year.
- A few weeks before the Stephenville Texas UFO, a Yreka woman witnessed a wedge-shaped UFO.
- Nick Redfern discusses one of cryptozoology’s strangest and most mysterious creatures (no, not Loren Coleman), the Jersey Devil.
- At Dean Radin’s blog, you watch his recent talk at Google headquarters about Science and the Psi Taboo.
- Two MIT physicists are consulted for a new scifi film featuring a character who can teleport at will.
- Despite a witness claiming to have seen a fireball, the debate rages over what punched a 1.5 metre hole in a frozen pond.
- Nonprofit study finds the Bush Administration issued hundreds of false statements about national security threats in the two years following 9/11. It must be wonderful to wake up in the morning and smell the coffee… in Brazil.
- A CIA analyst says hackers have launched internet attacks cutting the power to regions outside the USA. At the Whitehouse, the lights are on but no one’s home.
- You can own a gun in New York, but a geiger counter will be confiscated. I use one when I go out on a date.
- I think we should grow rat-eating plants in the gardens of Parliament House.
Thanks Greg and Kat.
Quote of the Day:
The drug user drowns in the same pool mystics swim in.