I think I remember how to post news. If I push this button…
- Map of Plato’s Atlantis carved on Irish stone?
- Photos (Zahi alert) of 2500-year-old tomb excavated at Saqqara, Egypt.
- Hundreds of geoglyphs exposed by deforestation hint at lost Amazon culture.
- Nahua people in Peru demand companies stop trespassing.
- British firms ‘did pretty well‘ out of the Iraq invasion.
- Popularity of Iraq tourism grows. Facepalm quote: “It’s exciting to visit a virgin destination that has not yet been… ruined… by a massive tourist influx.”
- Was the Detroit ‘underwear bomber’ an attempted False Flag?
- U.S. agencies insist New Zealand’s cyber spies get new powers.
- Popular drugs may only help severe depression.
- Midnight snacks: is what you eat what you dream?
- 10 scifi weapons that actually exist. No phase pistols with stun, alas.
- If you enjoyed Moon & District 9, check out Triple Hit. More info.
- Inventing the lush forests of James Cameron’s
- Astronomers predict discovery of Avatar moon. That’s no moon…
- Awesome photo of the New Year’s Blue Moon eclipse.
- Hubble picture reveals the universe’s earliest known galaxies.
- Earth-sized world could lurk on the edge of our solar system.
- Joseph Capp lists ten reasons why some UFOs are extraterrestrial craft.
- 50 years ago, an Australian missionary & over 30 others observed a UFO with humanoid crew in Papua New Guinea. J Allen Hynek was impressed.
- Passenger of Delta Flight 106 reports UFT over North Atlantic Ocean.
- Martin Shough shoots down UFO pseudoskeptics in a comment at the Bad Astronomer’s blog (the B.A. wants ‘UFO’ replaced by ‘UAP’).
- Chile government reactivates & funds official UFO research committee.
- Nick Redfern reviews the CFZ’s latest edition of Mystery Animals Of the British Isles (Amazon US & UK). Ghostly hounds, sea serpents, and many more.
Thanks to Greg and Kat.
Quote of the Day:
“The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt.”