I remember you, do you remember me?
- Highly recommended: exploring New Guinea’s lost world for new species.
- Video/photos: murals over 2000 years old found in Xian, China.
- The new Acropolis Museum in Athens will open soon.
- Baghdad’s museum reopens six years after war and looting, with photos.
- Authorities turn a blind eye to widescale looting and damage at Mohenjodaro.
- Tibetans observed a somber new year yesterday, as China prepares to use military force in anticipation of next month’s 50th anniversay of the Dalai Lama’s exile.
- India moves to stop “patent pirates” from monopolising traditional yoga.
- A space elevator from Earth to orbit would be one trippy rope trick.
- Scientists harness energy from hamsters, and humans could be next.
- Research shows people believe their dreams can provide insight.
- And a pseudoskeptic responds with — wait for it — snide cynicism.
- Scientists discover brain hub that links music, memory and emotion.
- Interview with Denyse O’Leary, co-author of The Spiritual Brain: A Neuroscientist’s Case for the Existence of the Soul (Amazon US & UK).
- Britain may use US-style remote-controlled drones to spy on people.
- Has China already started? UFO photographed over Beijing.
- Multiple witnesses experience six bright UFOs in South African skies.
- Former Canadian Defence Minister Paul Hellyer says UFO proof is “irrefutable”.
Quote of the Day:
I did not know whether I was Chuang Tzu dreaming I was a butterfly, or a butterfly dreaming I was Chuang Tzu.