Today’s news should tide you over until your copy of Darklore 3 is delivered by owl.
- Help Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen’s flag return home. Great cause.
- Astronomers find “serious candidate” for Earth-like planet in the Libra constellation.
- Egyptian temples discovered along the Way of Horus in the Sinai.
- Egyptologists think they’re close to finding the tomb of Antony and Cleopatra. “Asps. Very dangerous. You go first.”
- They’ll find Zahi Hawass’s hat first, who is profiled by the NY Times.
- High-def 3-D ancient monuments on your desktop. I want virtual goggles.
- Where did the ancient Maya get a rare clay to make Maya Blue?
- Captain Obvious says childbirth was just as painful for Neanderthal women.
- Evidence mounts that our brains decide before we know about it. Try to out-think your brain, it’s like playing Deep Blue, or tricking my cat.
- Huge solar storm could bring US to its knees.
- How Houston rehearsed its worst ever problem. Coffee shortage?
- Breaking news: NASA embarks on epic delay (not the U2 guitar type).
- Estimating the situation, is a SETI paradigm shift underway?
- Astronaut Edgar Mitchell says there is no doubt ET is visiting Earth. I dislike calling him a former astronaut — once an astronaut, always an astronaut.
- Billy Cox compiles a greatest hits of lame UFO denials. Ah, ‘swamp gas’, I remember the ’80s!
- A UFO filmed in Bendigo, just north of me (total coincidence), is a big hit.
- Otter kings to earth hounds: in search of Britain’s lesser known mystery beasts.
- Dead people don’t scare medium Concetta Bertoldi, but living people can do.
- Meeting in dream space: Oneironauticum is enlightening fun.
Much thanks to Greg, Dr Karl Shuker and someone else I’m forgetting.
Quote of the Day:
My view of our planet was a glimpse of divinity.
Apollo astronaut Edgar Mitchell