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“At the core of all well-founded belief, lies belief that is unfounded…”

  • 800 trillion suns.
  • Astronomers see planets in a whole new light.
  • Cracking the mystery of Saturn’s walnut moon.
  • Meanwhile, Saturn’s moon’s play cosmic paintball. More here on Saturn’s odd moons.
  • A pulsar… with powers.
  • ’Big bounce’ set to dethrone ‘Big bang’.
  • The truth about Roswell (scroll down).
  • NYC UFOs turn out to be UFBs from a terrestrial engagement party.
  • Sir Isaac Newton, public astronomer and secret alchemist.
  • Is cancer entirely man-made?
  • Current demands on natural resources will require two earths by 2030.
  • The singularity… or not?
  • The end… in 3.7 billion years.
  • History of religious tolerance in America is more myth than fact.
  • 5-year trial is over but jury’s still out on the ‘Jesus Box’.
  • Sea Monster in Tokyo shares strange similiarity with NYC UFOs… it’s something else.
  • Heavy metal embraces our reptoid leaders.
  • In search of rare earths.
  • Did da Vinci hide fossils in his work?
  • Ames rooms via male bower bird nests.
  • Humpback Whale’s 6,000 mile journey sets new record.
  • New fish discovered in Peru-Chile Trench.
  • ”X” marks spot of recent asteroid collision.
  • Good thing “X” wasn’t the Atlantic… Oceanic impact events linked to ozone holes.
  • Blowing up asteroids — no longer just in movies.
  • Toffler’s 40 drivers of change for the next 40 years, 40 years later.
  • Love, the ultimate painkiller.
  • The reasons behind the ring of fire.
  • BPA, banned.
  • CO2, the true temperature gauge.
  • Drug or placebo, same effect.
  • Solving the energy crisis one block at a time.
  • The first billion dollar home.
  • And in this week’s evidence of the looming robot revolution: Teaching babies to identify ‘bots as sentient beings.

Many thanks to RPJ, Kat, Olympus and Greg!

Quote of the Day:

“A man will be imprisoned in a room with a door that’s unlocked and opens inwards; as long as it does not occur to him to pull rather than push. ”

L. Wittgenstein