It’s business time…
- Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water: there’s a lost nucular bomb out there somewhere…
- New crop circle in front of the Alton Barnes white horse. Do those cereal-glyph-making aliens love a photo opportunity or what.
- Plants ‘talk’ to each other to warn each other of threats. Think of the conversations that must go on when a crop circle’s being made…
- Especially one like this.
- First look at Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland. More here.
- Edward Murrow versus the flying saucers.
- Large Hadron Collider restart delayed again. You’d think when you fork out $10billion for something, it would work okay for a few years…at least till the warranty ran out.
- Will the FBI hunt for Jimmy Hoffa’s body in Giant Stadium debris?
- North Carolina to join 13 other states in outlawing Salvia divinorum.
- One-legged chicken returns to horseback riding. Yes, you read that correctly; you are not on Salvia right now.
- You can now feel proud of that glassy stare into the distance – ‘zoning out’ is a crucial mental state.
- You know that seaside property you bought? I’d sell before 4000 AD to maximise your return.
- How times change when it comes to NASA’s moon shots. This is how it was 40 years ago. This time, you can watch streaming video of LCROSS’s lunar fly-by.(about right now actually). You can also keep up with latest developments via NASA’s Twitter feed.
- Tom Hanks and Ron Howard know how to get their space geek on.
- Wind could power the entire world.
- Fishy and froggy falls continue in Japan. Sushi from the sky.
- The ten best X-Files monsters.
- I could play with this for hours. I’d imagine it would occupy a tripper for a month or two.
Thanks Rick and RPJ.
Quote of the Day:
The world is infested, just now, by a new sect of philosophers, who have not yet suspected themselves of forming a sect, and who, consequently, have adopted no name. The are the Believers in Everything Old.
Edgar Allan Poe