Does anybody forget laughter?
- The spiraling Norway light wasn’t from another dimension… it was a failed Russian rocket. More here about Russia’s latest missile test.
- 2000-2010, a decade of great change.
- Cloud-seeding to fight the growing drought.
- A new star in the Big Dipper?
- The nighttime sky, in infrared courtesy of the WISE mission.
- Take a deep breath and tell me what you taste… Yup. That’s space gas. More here about how the Earth’s atmosphere came from space.
- The mystery of Saturn’s moon, Iapetus, has gone the way of the dodo.
- All hail the paper battery!
- Newly discovered dinosaur solves evolutionary gap.
- Turning carbon dioxide into liquid fuel.
- U.S. to build it’s first offshore wind farm.
- The scientifically perfect slice of pizza. Hooray for science!
- Felled forest leads to discovery of ancient Amazon civilization.
- Where does memory reside?
- Ceremonies, sex, healing and seven other ‘best uses for a stone circle’.
- The music of Muse… Aliens, global conspiracies and visions of armaggeddon. These are a few of my favorite things…
- Wahoo! I caught me a satellite! Now what do I do with it?
- Saturn’s bizarre hexagon is wider than two Earths and ridiculously cool.
- Rewriting memories to make them less traumatic. Paging Clementine Kruczynski…
- Mother Russia is trying to control Mother Nature.
- A 5 million year-old mystery surrounding an Ancient Mediterranean flood has been solved.
- Lab-coats claim that we (we being hairless bi-peds) have a 6-hour window to erase fear. At hour seven, everything goes straight into Binkley’s anxiety closet.
- Ladies and gentlemen… bionic fingers.
- And last but not least– 3 singing, frightening android heads.
Many thanks to Kat and Greg for this week and ENORMOUS thanks to Perceval for the last two weeks of truly thought-provoking news stories.
Quote of the Day:
“Here there be tygers.”