Groove is in the
Heart Grail, Bay-beh!
- What the Bleep, Boyle!? Cosmic Log’s Alan has an interview with Ramtha’s channel JZ Knight. [Video 1] [Video 2]
- Photo gallery of the opening of King Tut’s tomb is almost as good as being there in person —better even, since you don’t have to fear any Egyptian curse.
- Our 2nd favorite paleo-crime after King Tut’s death: the demise of the woolly mammoth. And the latest suspect is…
- Ötzi, our favorite iceman —if you’re not Maverick, that is— may have received a ceremonial burial.
- “Your god walks on water? well MINE slays bulls!”: Clashing of Christianity vs Mithraism in 1st A.D. Rome.
- Your hair reveals whether you’re a morning person —“Head & Shoulders: now with more caffeine!”
- Australia wants to harness the power of the wave —Ha! we Mexicans are *way* ahead of you, vatos 😉
- How to track bird flu: just follow the feces.
- The problem of testing the intelligence of octopi.
- Meteorite adds new clues about the solar system formation.
- Space-based detector could find anti-universe. So, is a negative find of a universe a positive find of an anti-universe, or… wait, what was the question??
- How supermassive black holes are formed: “Well you see, Ricky, when two primordial galaxies love each other very much…”
- The “All right!” stuff: Beer microbes live 553 days outside ISS.
- It won’t be easy to comply with Hawking’s mandate of colonizing space —but it’s not like we have a choice.
- Video: Mary Roach, author of Packing for Mars [Amazon US & UK] discusses the importance of space suits —and jackets— for those long-term travels.
- To show that yours truly isn’t a biased judge of beauty, here are my favorite contenders for the REAL title of Miss Universe.
My universal thanks to Rick & Greg.
Quote of the Day:
“Is there survival after death? And if there is, to what realm of reality? Is reality simply this, or is reality multidimensional, multi-universe, multi-time? I say it’s all of that. Well, then, is it possible for a being that lived at that time to return and speak to this time? Yes. But we have to subscribe to the view that people live beyond death. I have found that a lot of scientists, by the way, actually subscribe to the progression of self in some form after death. And of course, there are those who are strictly linear, who say, ‘No, when you die, it’s over, you’re food to the worm.'”