- That’s YOUR side of the tree! Apes & Old World monkeys may have split later than thought.
- We finally have “scientific proof” that the chicken came before the egg —that was some well-spent grant money IMO.
- Yet another example of good science: Pear-shaped women more forgetful, study finds —did Sir Mix-A-Lot acquire a PhD?
- Implantable ‘eye telescope’ that magnifies vision 3 times. Behold the bionic peeping tom!
- Medici family cold case finally solved. The butler was innocent after all.
- Mystery deaths in China blamed on ‘ninja killer mushroom’. OK so the mushroom isn’t ninja, but it’s still deadly.
- How a world-wide shortage of phosphorus could change your daily visits to the porcelain throne.
- NASA launches contest for designs of inflatable lunar habitats —let’s hope this project doesn’t blow… or do we?
- O Lutetia! how beautiful thou art —in a rocky kind of way.
- What would the Earth look like if it stopped spinning? (looked by WHOM?).
- Cosmic X-ray temporarily blinds satellite. Earth:0 / Zeta Reticulli:1.
- Argentina: alleged humanoid figure reported —and photographed.
- Attack of the Amorphous Monster, or the problems of misidentification in Cryptozoology.
- Sea Serpents of Sweden: from Norse sagas to modern sightings.
- Beginning today, join Nick Redfern & Raven Meindel as they start Exploring All Realms.
- First pics of the Phantom
MenaceEye: an unmanned H2-powered high-altitude spy plane.
- The curious case of the Iranian nuclear scientist who may OR may not have defected.
- Milk: do we drink too much of it?
- The tiny British car made from old plastic bottles that does 90 mph —85 if you take your cat to the vet?
- Because there’s always room for improvement —even in a galaxy far far away.
Thanks to Kat; and thanks to Paul, for making this World Cup interesting.
Quote of the Day:
“It is a mistake to believe that a science consists in nothing but conclusively proved propositions, and it is unjust to demand that it should. It is a demand only made by those who feel a craving for authority in some form and a need to replace the religious catechism by something else, even if it be a scientific one.”