What if Joan Osborne was right and God was one of us? Gauntlet, thrown 😉
- Milky Way’s twin galaxy – the galactic cannibal.
- Humankind appears to have staved off the next ice age, for now. More here.
- Arctic temperatures hit 2,000 year peak as if to make a point. More here. And a little more here.
- Climate change could make fall colors nothing more than memory.
- Unlike asteroids, NASA *is* tracking space junk headed for the ISS. More here.
- That said, UK designed gravity tractor may alleviate NASA’s lack of vision.
- Will the oceans (aka carbon sinks) solve our CO2 problems?
- Meanwhile, prognosis for the Great Barrier Reef is not… great. More here.
- A new underwater triangle that has nothing to do with Bermuda.
- A computer powered by air redefines the meaning of ‘airbook’.
- Molecular decay in whales offers new evidence for theory of evolution.
- Mutants, mutants everywhere.
- Do three genes make us human?
- NASA and India’s tandem mission to find water on the moon has gone the way of the dodo.
- Scientists hope Kepler mission will find habitable moons.
- A fingerprint on Mars and other stunning images.
- Interstellar winds may play more of a role in shaping the solar system than previously thought.
- Climate change will be costly and could make your meat less tasty.
- A 1 million year-old hand axe proves humans were smarter than we thought earlier than we thought.
- Music to mellow your monkey.
- Two words…Tactical bacon.
- And in this week’s news of the coming robot revolution… Lab-coats develop electric tongue to mimic human taste. Guess they forgot about ‘To Serve Man’…
Quote of the Day:
“It isn’t that the world of appearances is wrong; it it isn’t that there aren’t objects out there, at one level of reality. It’s that if you penetrate through and look at the universe with a holographic system, you arrive at a different view, a different reality…”