Welcome my son, welcome to deus ex machina…
- The Earth’s nine life-support systems.
- A planet swallowed by its own sun.
- Is there life in the multiverse?
- Think you understand the Ice Age? Think again. More here on temperature confusion.
- Could this Luxembourg-sized iceberg change the weather?
- What do Planet X, 2012 and UFO’s have in common?
- Geysers spotted on Enceladus.
- Were the 1997 ‘Arizona Lights’ a rorschach test in the sky?
- Or maybe they were just flying pixel copters – the next evolution of 3-D.
- To salt or not to salt, that is the question.
- Space, the inflatable frontier.
- Three new fuel-free space engines.
- A ghost in the machine?
- Nuclear waste storage problems got you down? Call Sweden.
- 100 years of whaling, 100 million tones of carbon release.
- A new phase of liquid.
- GPS jamming renders autos invisible. Problems arise. Not to be confused with Fishbone’s ‘When Problems Arise’.
- Medical journal refuses tobacco-funded research.
- New study reveals nouns and verbs learned in different regions.
- Nanotubes mimic biology.
- A map of ‘snake oil’ sales.
- Saddam Hussein as… Darth Vader?
- Just how ‘Christian’ were the Founders of the States?
- Huge, new dinosaur discovered thanks to ”mind-boggling” skulls.
- Hendrix’s genius attributed to ambidexterity… and being from another galaxy.
- The Flat Earth Society, alive and… well.
- And in this week’s news of the looming robot apocalypse… Oceanic robot set to plan own missions. First Mission: Exterminate Human Race.
- Happy 68th anniversary to the ‘Battle for Los Angeles’. Meanwhile, ‘The Battle of Los Angeles’ has its 11th.
Danke to Greg and Kat.
Quote of the Day:
“Where have you been? It’s alright, we know where you’ve been…
What did you dream? It’s alright, we told you what to dream…”