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- EU call for ‘X Files’ archive of UFO sightings.
- Breaking news: (octopus) psi proved! Because nobody would bet against Germany in a World Cup semi-final…
- But which X-Cephalod would you like to be? The one with the psychic powers, or the one with super-impressive…’anatomy’?
- SETI’s Jill Tarter discusses “The Signs From Space We’re Looking For” (video, and text transcript).
- But is it worth doing?
- Did an ancient supernova trigger our Solar System’s birth?
- Early humans were in northern Europe some 800,000 years ago, and using flint tools.
- NASA weighs its planetary priorities.
- Star Wars: A new hope (for arms control in space).
- Claims of a catastrophic Gulf oil spill ‘methane bubble’ are claptrap.
- Scientists claim fish talk to each other. Ummm…duh?
- British investigative panel clears Climategate scientists, but also criticises them.
- Honey, I shrunk the proton.
- Magnetic nanoparticles can remotely control worms. Can’t wait to see what DARPA does with this…
- Shared dreaming, before and after Inception.
- Lego Escher! Do I need to say anymore?
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Quote of the Day:
[T]he whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by an endless series of hobgoblins, most of them imaginary.
H.L. Mencken (1918)