Glimmer of hope: For the first time since I began force-feeding him food and water every 4 hours three months ago, my cat with fatty liver syndrome ate on his own yesterday – twice.
- Did humans learn from hobbits?
- Discovery of temple in Turkey, dating to the time of King Solomon, sheds light on so-called Dark Age.
- Alec Garrard has spent 30 years creating an astonishingly accurate model of Herod’s Temple.
- Thirteen generations of family tree depicted via scale models of ancestors’ homes.
- Ancient ecosystem discovered under glacier.
- Space-based power plant touted as hurricane killer.
- Dust particles contained in white dwarfs could be the remnants of planets similar to our own.
- Astronomers discover mother of all cosmic pile-ups.
- First Moon landing: What Richard Nixon would have said if the mission had failed.
- New gene switch sows epigenetic doubts.
- Bigfoot came out of the trees: Parts one & two.
- First crop circle of 2009 spotted in a remote area near Avebury.
- FBI and states vastly expand DNA databases.
- How ‘history’ gets made (up): It’s now ten years on – to the day – and much of what we think we know about Columbine is simply wrong. Dave Cullen’s exhaustive new book Columbine is available at Amazon US & UK.
Quote of the Day:
My friends, you bow to no one.
Aragorn to hobbit heroes Frodo, Sam, Pippin, and Merry, in Lord of the Rings: Return of the King.