“This hypnagogic condition…”
- Kepler spots two planets with constantly changing orbits. More here on a possible third, earth-size world.
- The dangers of a quiet sun.
- Uranus, the universal enigma.
- My god, it’s full of asteroids.
- Asteroids are in their own worlds.
- An infinite number of you exists in the multiverse.
- The universe is older than you think.
- That said, how old is your star?
- NJIT and BBSO nab most detailed sunspot photo, ever. Wait, what’s a NJIT / BBSO?
- Surviving in space.
- Dry water.
- Creating liver from skin.
- Electricity from thin (yet thick) air?
- Are octopi the chameleons of the sea?
- Study reveals how electrical fields (power lines / cell towers) influence brain activity.
- Seasoned Ufologist Bruce Maccabee drops in for a chat at Binnall of America.
- The strange history of orange orbs.
- Is the term ‘moonbat’ rooted in a 175 year-old story?
- Lit. fan spells Ayn Rand’s name across U.S. with GPS. And Atlas shrugged.
- Winning lotto numbers predicted by provocatively-shaped tamarind in Thailand.
- Searching for Egyptian treasure in Scotland with everyone’s favorite spoon-bender.
- Archaeologists unearth 3,500 year-old city 200 km outside Cairo.
- 64,000 year-old arrowheads.
- Newly recovered 10,000 year-old skeleton may change history books.
- Previously unknown oil-eating microbe discovered in Gulf.
- Blade Runner sci-fi becomes science with synthetic corneas.
- Those damn aliens and their sentient ‘bots.
- Tangible, touchable 3-D television.
- A tornado of fire.
- Star Wars, uncut.
- The city that keeps on keepin’ on! New Orleans, 5 years after Katrina.
Thanks to GT and RPJ!
Quote of the Day:
“My major preoccupation is the question, ‘What is reality?’ Many of my stories and novels deal with psychotic states or drug-induced states by which I can present the concept of a multiverse rather than a universe.”
Philip K. Dick