“Wonder if he’ll ever know, he’s in the best selling show. Is there…
- …Life on Mars?”
- Multiple links to news about plumes of methane gas and Mars’ new life.
- Moon may have had a hot molten core like the Earth 4.2 billion years ago. So much for green cheese.
- A link between lightning strikes and car exhaust fumes?
- Behold our mighty ‘Ant Rulers’ and their jaw-dropping, subterranean kingdom (with video).
- Is it a holographic world… or a holographic universe?
- If quantum mechanics control our thoughts, which one’s Schrodinger and which one’s the cat?
- The pygmy mammoths of Southern California.
- Are Zebrafish the missing genetic ingredient for reproducing human muscle and tissue?
- Farewell to Dr. Arne Naess, the father of deep ecology.
- Who discovered the first lunar eclipse? Italy’s Galileo or the UK’s Thomas Harriot?
- With the exception of making contact with the outside world, surprisingly little has changed between the ancient Maya and their modern-day descendants.
- Ancient observatories – aka – proof we aren’t getting smarter.
- EPA will once again make “Science” a priority. Yes they can.
- A Polish love letter written in what else – frozen penguin dung.
- DNA science to probe medieval manuscripts made of animal skin.
- Hallucinations by way of Starbucks (coffee not Galactica).
- Got a headache? Make your own aspirin, literally.
- Taking the term ‘fat ride’ to a new realm.
Huge props to Perceval, RPJ & Rick MG & GT
Quote of the Day:
“See the mice in their million hordes, From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads. Rule Britannia is out of bounds – To my mother, my dog, and clowns… But the film is a saddening bore, ‘Cause I wrote it ten times or more. It’s about to be writ again as I ask you to focus on Sailors, fighting in the dance hall – Oh man, Look at those cavemen go, It’s the freakiest show…”