It’s after midnight, and I should be in bed, but here’s a baker’s dozen:
- Pilot saw flaming object pass his Cleveland-bound jet. It may have been Hillary’s presidential hopes.
- Maybe it was a flying pig. Exxon will cut funding to GW denial groups.
- Veteran RAF chief breaks silence on UFO encounter at a Suffolk base.
- Astronomers have observed the flashes of one-hundred explosions on the moon’s surface in the past two and a half years. It’s Centzon-Totochtin throwing a party.
- Japan plans to brew space beer, but they’re cheating by brewing it on Earth.
- Both the US and Russia have the technology to manipulate global weather.
- Could China’s ancient Bi disks be connected to the hole at the pole? Great stuff from Thunderbolts.
- The relatives of the Flores Island Hobbits may have existed in northern Australia. They did as late as the 1970s, but no one knows about the pygmy aboriginals of northern Queensland (includes photos).
- Research suggests our ancestors traveled the oceans 70’000 years ago.
- Nick Redfern interviews Michael A. Woodley, author of a new book on sea-serpents (Amazon US or UK).
- The strange story of German archaeologist Otto Rahn, his obsession with finding the Holy Grail, and the Nazis who bankrolled his search. Nazis. I hate these guys.
- Archaeologists have discovered the portico of a temple dedicated to the ancient Egyptian god Khnum.
- A team of Basque and Sahrawi archaeoligists is cataloguing the perhistoric heritage of the Western Sahara. Not too far for Robert Bauval to travel from his retirement in Spain. 😉
Quote of the Day:
Are you and I perchance caught up in a dream from which we have not yet awakened?