Finding the extraordinary in an ordinary day…
- S’cuse me while I kiss the electric sky.
- Moving matter with light.
- A 5,000 year old calendar in Canada.
- What science can’t tell us.
- Organic computing by way of carbon computers.
- Was “Darwin Wrong”? The insightful (and potentially inciting) answer, courtesy of New Scientist.
- Day of the Locusts, no more? More here on reversing the eighth plague.
- Blind man shocks lab-coats with what he sees.
- Sculpting the impossible… Solid renditions of visual illusions.
- Is this the 50’s or 1999? Modern day Doc Brown toils away on time machine.
- Comet impact theory disproved?
- NASA ‘Smoking man’ to unveil truth about UFO’s? Inquiring minds want to know.
- And apparently so do the Danes – Danish Air Force opens its UFO archives.
- Re-building Teotihuacan for the interwebs.
- Did an Italian journalist ‘invent’ the Loch Ness Monster in 1933?
- Next stop on Thomas Friedman’s thermometer… Global Weirding.
- A flu vaccine for life, the universe and everything.
- Burying crop bales at sea may just fix global warming
- Forget the LHC, check out the giant particle accelerator in Centaurus A.
- Finally – A way to simultaneously battle the force and the elements.
- Night of the living dead road worker? Take your next exit.
Many thanks to Greg, RPJ and Perceval
Quote of the Day:
“I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be…”