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I’m gonna put on an iron shirt,
and chase Satan out of URanTia.

  • What if Dark Energy does not exist? We can always resort to the honored tradition of Medieval cartography 😉
  • Purty dust: Glorious vista of the Sculptor Galaxy (NGC 253), taken from the Paranal Observatory in Chile.
  • The case of Jupiter’s missing stripe: SOLVED —by none other than Inspector Hubble.
  • The plan to create our own artificial sun —you may know it as ITER— is suffering from lack of funding.
  • How NASA can predict tsunamis —now, if they could find a way to predict… ah never mind.
  • Thar she um… poops? Sperm whale waste cleans the environment.
  • Video & Photos of the Hayabusa space probe, during its harakiri-style return to Earth.
  • Video: UFO over Yokohama, Japan.
  • YES: Science finally vindicates my grumpiness, Yipee!! But wait —this news is making me happier… Crap! (ah, that’s better).
  • Male menopause symptoms identified —one of those is “difficulty getting up from the chair”, so I guess I’m gonna sue Greg Taylor because TDG increases my menopause 😛
  • Mickey & Goofy having some fun with amphetamines —no happy thoughts needed for THIS flight!
  • Caravaggio’s bones found after 400 years —Dali’s sanity still missing.
  • Bones excavated in Magdeburg Cathedral in 2008 are those of Saxon Princess Eadgyth.
  • Looking for an Emperor: Mexican archeologists plan to make a tunnel to find the tomb of Aztec ruler Ahuizotl.
  • “Somewhere in France”: Newly discovered photographs throw new light on the bloodiest battle fought on the WWI.
  • Seven Sci-Fi weapons from tomorrow are here today —so go tell your grandchildren to surrender yesterday.
  • The world’s 18 strangest military bases. Alas, the SHADO base is not included.
  • The Pentagon’s newest project: The zombification of wounded soldiers —they should change the name to Pentagram, is all I’m sayin’…
  • John Carpenter’s The Thing will get a prequel in 2011. Hey, Hollywood: why not making a prequel of Krull while we’re at it? there’s still plenty a-milking available from my 80’s childhood.
  • 6 Reasons space travel will always suck —no movie during take-off?

Quote of the Day:

“Whereas positive mood seems to promote creativity, flexibility, co-operation and reliance on mental shortcuts; negative moods trigger more attentive, careful thinking, paying greater attention to the external world.”

Professor Joe Forgas.