- If the dinosaurs’ reign was a ‘stroke of luck’ — what does that say about us?
- Extinct Australian frog resurfaces after a 20 year absence.
- Okapi, Africa’s ‘unicorn’ goes from fiction to fact. More photos here from Nat. Geo.
- Beware the Kryostega… the Antarctic’s prehistoric Godzilla-mander.
- Titan… magnetized.
- Optimist or pessimist? Your age may have decided for you already.
- Apparently, black holes only come in so many sizes.
- Fireworks – the safe, sane, alternative to battle.
- Supernovae as measuring candles.
- The Gamma Ray Burst from March ’08 – unofficially dubbed the ‘Clarke Event’ (since it happened only hours after Sir Arthur C. exited this mortal coil) – shone brightly not once but twice.
- The lost 4th pyramid of Giza… Rest assured ZH was available to the press.
- Evolutionists congregate around Darwin-shaped wall stain. H/t to L’Onion.
Merci Beaucoup au Gregory
Quote of the Day:
“Paracelsus described nature and creation as a “book that was written by God’s finger”. During my life I was given this exhilarating and entirely comforting experience: The one who understands how to read this book, not only with regards to scientific research but with marveling and loving eyes, will find a deeper, wonderful reality revealing itself – a reality in which we are all secure and united for ever and ever…”