Rick’s Macbook is symbiotically tied to its master Steve Jobs. As such, Rick’s out of action today…
- Space telescope spots smallest exoplanet yet discovered – less than twice the size of Earth. The Bad Astronomer offers his thoughts.
- Iran successfully launches its first domestically-made satellite into orbit, sparking concerns from the West.
- Is our Solar System unique?
- Fermi’s Paradox solved (again?!).
- Medicine wheel, or vast stone calendar predating Stonehenge? Academic maverick puts forward his theory about Canada’s prehistoric geniuses.
- Pagan cult mosaic found under Catholic cathedral.
- Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun made of gravel.
- Hobbit feud continues. *yawn*
- Searching for King Solomon’s mines.
- Life after the apocalypse. Don’t leave 2012 without it.
- Can Obama handle the truth of the Billy Meier UFO encounters. Credibility of Billy Meier? Nil. Credibility of reporter (and self-styled UFO expert) Jeff Peckman? Less than Billy Meier.
- Primitive whales gave birth on land. Maybe we’ve been misinterpreting this beaching thing…
- Alzheimer’s “is brain diabetes.
- Can you choose your reincarnated successor?
- ‘Albert Hofmann’ sends a message from the afterlife. A hand-written note no less. Inside a thimble. Encased in wax. Those crazy afterlife people…
- Extinct animal brought back from the dead.
- Chinese earthquake may have been man-made.
- When it comes to traffic jams, ants have the algorithms to save the day.
- Have the results of brain-scanning experiments been overstated?
- Ahead of the curve? Why not attend Singularity University.
- Mars Rover Spirit back in action.
- Texas on zombie alert.
Thanks Marcel, Ross and Filip.
Quote of the Day:
There are children playing in the streets who could solve some of my top problems in physics, because they have modes of sensory perception that I lost long ago.