Time for a nice cuppa.
- Three-foot pearl stretchered off Florida parking lot.
- The Virtual Seismic Atlas – explore the crust, from submarine canyons in offshore Nigeria to mud volcanoes from the Caspian Sea.
- Scientists say Indigo children do exist – or are they smurfs?
- The Arlington Institute launches the WHETHEReport – a global strategic early warning system ‘using aggregate human intuition as its intelligence source’. Read the pdf on the project.
- ‘The CERN Stargate, designed to send matter from this universe into another dimension, comes online next week.’
- Religion a figment of human imagination? I’m sure that was a church I passed today.
- Earth’s poles long overdue for reversal, but don’t throw away your compass just yet.
- Fungi help clean up the mess in Iraq and the Balkans.
- Meanwhile, a bacterium that sits on uranium, drinks bleach and eats solid rock has been found. That’s what I call an extremophile!
- Odysseus: solar powered surveillance in the stratosphere.
- Iranian builds one-horsepower vehicle. Isn’t a self-powered horse box a case of putting the cart outside the horse?
- Not for you? How about a gyroscopic unicycle?
- The Museum of Unworkable Devices. My laptop should be in there. It’ll never produce something worthy of the Virtual Math Museum anyway.
- Man grows back severed finger with ‘pixie dust’, made from a pig’s bladder.
- The spiritual psychology of the chakras.
- From one unexplored mound to another. Ireland’s archaeological treasures dumped in a heap.
- Some seriously twisted trees.
- Elvis and the Rosicrucian brethren.
- Things your body can do after you die. Put away your donor card and make the most of it.
- Space aliens invade Canada.
- Nuclear threat to Great British cuppa.
Quote of the Day:
My friends, as I have discovered myself, there are no disasters, only opportunities. And, indeed, opportunities for fresh disasters.
Boris Johnson, Mayor of London