Following on from Rick’s effort earlier this week, I managed to delete 4 hours worth of TDG updates this morning. Kind of deflates you for the rest of the day…
- U.S. plans to ‘shoot down‘ (read: ‘blow up’) errant spy satellite.
- Stephensville UFO reporter fired by her newspaper?
- There’s oil in them thar moons of Saturn. Black gold. Texas tea…
- Astronomers discover scaled down versions of Jupiter and Saturn in a solar system far, far away.
- The science of fairy-tales. Or, as I like to title it, “Why people laugh at science geeks”.
- Santeria surge a concern for Catholic Church. Not to mention for goats and roosters.
- Chairman Mao offered the U.S. ten million women.
- Indiana Jones trailer online.
- In the Holy Land, politics and archaeology are strange bed-fellows.
- Temples of Angkor Wat under threat from nearby development.
- Friends, Countrymen, lend me your…eyes. Ancient Romans performed cataract surgery.
- Does this grave offer some of the first archaeological evidence for the Druids?
- Scientists prove Napoleon was not poisoned by the British.
- Secrets of Cambridge ‘porn’ library unveiled. Or is that undressed?
- Tackling the legend of the Chupacabras.
- Loch Ness Monster film-maker passes away aged 66.
- Does faith healing really work?
- Oil rig evacuated after employee dreams of a bomb. I’m asking, what would they have done if they dreamed of vampires?
- Psychic leaves town after fruitless search for missing boy.
- In Nicaragua, sometimes heading to the beach is the best way of padding your bank account.
- Nanotech clothing could harvest energy from physical movement. Now if we could just get off our asses and stop browsing the intarweb, we might power a lightbulb or two…
Quote of the Day:
Experience is the name every one gives to their mistakes.