“Trying to learn something about everything and everything about something…”
- Look, up in the sky– it’s UFOs over NY.
- Is that curious comet-like object merely the remant of an asteroid collision?
- A stunning backyard view of the Pleiades.
- Droplet of oil solves maze and sheds light on human intelligence.
- Turning fabric into batteries with dye. What better way to power the new, battery powered electronic pop-up book?
- The secrets of water.
- The secrets of Mars’ surface.
- Tomb of Saxon Queen discovered in Germany.
- Happy 80th Anniversary to Pluto!
- The Earth is being stalked by a deadly nemesis… hidden asteroids. Atari has no comment.
- Head of IPCC apologizes for exaggerating the predicted loss of Himalayan glaciers.
- And speaking of predictions… Did Nostradamus know his prophecies would be the first book archived by Google in France?
- 2000-2009 was the warmest decade on record, according to NASA.
- Sounding out and sending the Earth’s exolanguage.
- Back when humans were an endangered species. More here.
- Extinction of dinosaurs helped birds repopulate.
- The mysterious burning of Earth’s carbon, explained.
- Unraveling the mysteries of the Sphinx, one riddle at a time.
- Interactive paper: The future of greeting cards has arrived. Now fetch me my hoverboard.
- Breaking the silence of La Zona del Silencio.
- A peek inside Mexico’s crystal caves.
- Workers unearth 300 year-old Galleon in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
- Chupacabras… a contrast.
- Talking the tech of Caprica with the show’s E.P.
- Is Atlantis off the coast of Spain?
- In heaven, the rivers run wild with bacon.
- Guantanamo’s second life as relief aid hub. Make donations to relief efforts in Haiti here.
Thanks to RPJ, RMG, Kat and D. Land!
Quote of the Day:
“The deepest sin against the human mind is to believe things without evidence.”
Thomas H. Huxley