Preparing for the false-flag UFO invasion…
- Holographic images as a weapon.
- Waiting for the end of the world: Georgia’s 30-year stone mystery. For more on the Georgia Guidestones, see this Daily Grail/Darklore feature.
- Has Emily Howell passed the Musical Turing Test? Classical musicians refuse to perform Emily’s compositions.
- Light bends matter. Is that why the edges of my marmite sandwiches curl up in the sun?
- Neuroscientists don’t believe in souls, but that doesn’t mean they can’t sell theirs.
- Computer-controlled bacteria build a miniature pyramid. So that’s how the pharaoh’s did it?
- Caves of creation: subterranean clues to the origin of life.
- Wikileaks editorial – stop spying on us.
- Luminous entity spreads panic among Chilean bus passengers.
- A star buzzing through the outer solar system? Bring it on.
- The Great Moon Hoax of 1835.
- Builder forced to design estate around rock… because locals say fairies live under it.
- Do DNA tests prove famous "Star child" skull is not fully human?
- The world’s only immortal animal. Until it’s eaten.
- Voynich under the microscope.
- The hairless blue horse of South Africa.
- Richard Dawkins labels Sir Martin Rees, Astronomer Royal and President of the Royal Society, a “Quisling” for being involved with the Templeton Foundation.
- And in doing so, earns a rebuke for his “scientific fundamentalism” from today’s winner of the 2010 Templeton Prize, Professor Francisco Ayala.
- The ten greatest modern-day recreations of ancient technologies.
Thanks Greg, Turner, Rick, RPJ, redoubt, Moezilla.
Quote of the Day:
The face, which was of a yellowish color, was an improvement upon that of the large orang-utan … so much so that but for their long wings they would look as well on a parade ground as some of the old cockney militia.
New York Sun , 1835