I think there’s enough leftover for RPJ tomorrow.
- Radical theory of what came before the Big Bang proposed by physicists.
- NASA finds evidence of liquid water on Saturn’s moon Enceladus.
- Tree carving in California hints at ancient astronomy.
- Sumatran tiger may be extinct within 5 years.
- Less than two dozen Amur tigers are left in the wild of Siberia/China.
- Birds may use their feathers to feel their surroundings just as cats use their whiskers.
- Awww, photos of a cat who befriended a deer.
- First full-body true colour rendering of a feathered dinosaur.
- 165-million-year-old spider fossil: you can see the hairs on its legs!
- Extremely rare video of a giant oar-fish in Gulf of Mexico.
- Why are Galapagos sea lions moving to Peru? Better than outer space.
- Glyphs & stucco portrait among finds in Maya military chief’s tomb.
- 1800-year-old Greek church in Turkey to be restored.
- Iran cuts ties with British Museum over Cyrus Cylinder (not nukes!).
- Pentagon wants to breed immortal synthetic organisms, with kill switch.
- Third-hand smoke found on hair & clothing just as dangerous as cigarette fumes.
- India awaits GM crop greenlight despite scientists’ warnings. The photo is priceless.
- Study links sugary soft drinks to pancreas cancer. So glad I quit.
- Could frankincense be a cure for cancer? No, not Frankenstein, RPJ. 😉
- Air passengers stunned by talking robot. So that’s what the CIA uses for Osama.
- Robot Princess & The Seven Dwarfs: robot stars in South Korean play. With all the botox, most ‘human’ actors are robots anyway.
- Nick Redfern is annoyed with the straight-laced seriousness of the modern UFO research movement. Just trying to make it a legit business imho.
- A plethora of UFO theories that don’t involve space-traveling aliens.
- Billy Cox laments the lack of Roswell stuff in FOIA docs.
- Angry Norwegians in scuba gear chase after Google street view car.
Quote of the Day:
“True love is a discipline in which each divines the secret self of the other and refuses to believe in the mere daily self.”
William Butler Yeats