Hello?! Is this thing on?
- The truth is out there, and the nation’s maddest scientists are after it. Because you’d have to be mad to investigate strange anomalies which seem to redefine the paradigm.
- It’s warp speed Jim, but not as we know it.
- 50 years of seeking ET.
- Astronauts spot small dings on Space Shuttle’s heat shield. There goes the resale value…
- Summer Solstice at Stonehenge will not be like the G20, say police. What, no agent provocateurs firing up the druids by whispering that they didn’t build the place?
- 52% of Americans support legalization of marijuana. And they’ve got some muscle behind them.
- Mystery of Auschwitz ‘message in a bottle‘ solved.
- Is nature a mean mother?
- UFO historian Richard Dolan says it’s possible that humanity is being targeted by a predatory Reptilian extraterrestrial species. Bound to win over scientists to the field of ufology.
- Kiwi journalist ‘hoaxes‘ Ohio Bigfoot conference. And then apologises, although no-one seems to be buying it.
- What lurks in the vasty deep?
- T. Rex ate coconuts. And frolicked with children in a beautiful landscape, praising Jebus. At the Creation Museum at least – and who wouldn’t trust them for real science?
- Back pain? Try the mystical Chinese medicinal art of toothpick prodding…err, acupuncture.
- Evidence of woman ‘king’ in ancient Canaan discovered.
- Satellites uncover 132 archaeological sites yet to be excavated in Egypt.
- Yet another story about scientists being amazed at how ancient people weren’t as dumb as they thought. Because we’re so smart with our wristwatches and stuff…
Quote of the Day:
It is the revised understanding of the nature of human beings, and of the causal role of human consciousness in the unfolding of reality, that is, I believe, the most exciting thing about the new physics, and probably, in the final analysis, also the most important contribution of science to the well-being of our species.
Professor Henry Stapp