All things… reconsidered.
- Answering the secrets of the early universe with cosmic strings… presuming the lab-coats actually find them.
- A canary in the coal mine no more? More here on the collapsing animal populations.
- Underwater menagerie discovered off Tasmanian coast.
- First polar bears were in trouble, now the Tropics. And lest we forget about the whales.
- With “Gecko Grip”, glue may no longer be necessary.
- Microscope watches single cell become embryo. More here.
- Giant telescopes on the moon?
- The “first reporter on the scene” at Roswell in 1947, Frank Joyce, has sadly filed his last byline.
- UK’s Science Minister wants to put a man in space for the kids.
- ‘Unbreakable’ encryption forever, or for now?
- Last of the Seven Ancient Wonders gets a twenty-first century facelift, courtesy of Big Brother.
- Can you hear me… now? Scientists discover key protein that enables hearing.
- Roman sculptures found at the bottom of the Aegean Sea. Imagine what they’ll find if they keep digging deeper…
- Virgin births of the aquatic kind.
- Ultra-thin solar cells could generate power through windows.
- Scientists are unsure if a Jupiter-sized object is a planet or a failed star.
Many thanks to Greg, Rick MG, Red Pill Junkie, Kat and Bordeo!
Quote of the Day:
“Don’t look back… something might be gaining on you.”
Leroy “Satchel” Paige