This world, then the fireworks…
- The planet that shouldn’t be there.
- Reversing the arrow of time, one law of physics at a time. More here.
- And at the bottom of the holographic rabbit hole, we find the Nth dimension.
- The structure of a single molecule has been imaged.
- Goodwill messages are being transmitted from Earth to deep space, all thanks to Canberra’s DSCC.
- Do you hear nothing? Then welcome to the search for gravity waves.
- German archaeologists unveil 2,000 year-old statue of a horse’s head.
- Potential landing sites for future missions to Europa have been detected.
- Meanwhile, new theories surrounding dune formation (insert Frank Herbert double entendre here) on Titan abound.
- The Great Pacific Garbage Patch isn’t so great for the ocean. More here.
- New study reveals how dogs’ coats are determined by only three genes.
- Why settle for one nebula when you can have three nebulae?
- US and Indian space probes fly tandem mission in search of lunar water.
- Augmented reality… See the data, or you’ll see nothing.
- New database identifies which species are most at risk of extinction.
- Lab-coats design plant filtration system that uses shower water for drinking.
- Nitrous oxide is no laughing matter to the Ozone Layer (vs. Ozone from Breakin’ I and Breakin’ II: Electric Boogaloo).
- This week’s news of the looming robot revolution comes to us from sunny California, where human doctors delivered a robot baby.
- Nigel’s (and everyone’s) exact inner structure, done in a t-shirt.
Thanks to RMG and RPG – and happy b-day to LC!
Quote of the Day:
“The ‘home’ of the mind, as of all things, is the implicate order. At this level, which is the fundamental plenum for the entire manifest universe, there is no linear time. The implicate domain is atemporal; moments are not strung together serially like beads.”
Larry Dossey, ‘Recovering the Soul’