We’ll start from up here and work our way down there.
- UFO hacker Gary McKinnon has lost his extradition appeal.
- In September 1991, NASA filmed a UFO.
- No longer droning on, Whitley Strieber updates us on breaking UFO news.
- Linda Howe investigates the Needles California UFO incident.
- Video of UFO witnessed at Topango Canyon, California, last weekend.
- Our grip on reality is slim, says UCL scientist.
- Chinese censorship and the struggle for ‘net freedom. It’s 1984, Year of the Sheep.
- Unmasking the internet’s anonymous trolls and taking them to court. In freedom begins responsibility (apology to Yeats).
- The indisputable climate change facts get lost in the tussle between experts.
- Chunk of Canada’s largest remaining ice shelf breaks off.
- An almost-waterless washing machine will be on the market next year.
- Solar energy in the Sahara could provide power for all of Europe. And Africa?
- Newly discovered kipunji monkey in Tanzania already faces extinction.
- Wild orangutans treat pain with natural anti-inflammatory.
- A shrew displays alcoholic behaviour, the first non-human mammal known to do so since Michael Jackson’s chimp Bubbles sought escape in a bottle.
- Perhaps the shrew has a drink at the pub inside a baobab tree?
- Scientists begin DNA testing of what might be hair from a Yeti, or a goat’s scrotum.
- The mysterious stone balls of Costa Rica.
- Collecting the evidence for Atlantis in Bolivia.
- 1300-year-old skeleton and jewels found inside a pyramid in western Bolivia.
- Saqqara: a history hidden in the stones.
- Letters from a Canaanite queen to the Pharaoh Akhenaten.
- Temple paintings in India are being destroyed by vandals and official apathy.
- Australia’s Aboriginal rock art is at risk from the mining boom.
Thanks Greg, Kat, and a Mexican who spat out the blue pill.
Quote of the Day:
I know other astronauts share my feelings… and we know the government is sitting on hard evidence of UFOs.
Col. Gordon Cooper, Apollo Astronaut