- CIA gave shelter to Nazis. Moral of the story kids? It doesn’t matter how you behave, as long you can build a damn fine rocket.
- Hubble Space Telescope’s delayed successor needs an extra $1.5 billion, taking its total cost to $6.5 billion. Maybe they should look at their budgets through the other end of the telescope….
- What’s your drug of choice? Ancient Egyptian mummy, perhaps?
- Ten famous American UFO reports. Though missing the likes of Kelly Johnson/Lockheed sighting and the RB-47 case.
- Is Titan producing DNA in its atmosphere without water? Experts say “yes“.
- Chemistry’s “rude and disgraceful beginnings” in alchemy.
- Do synaesthetes provide evidence for human auras?
- Astronomers discover a black hole that is 7 years younger than me.
- Problem-solving bacteria crack sudoku. So today I’ve found out that bacteria are smarter than me, and I’m older than a black hole. Wonderful.
- Does ET exist, or are we a biological miracle?
- Mental illness suspected in ‘fairy abduction‘ case.
- The danger of cosmic genius: Freeman Dyson’s global warming skepticism.
- Biology faces a quantum leap into the incomprehensible.
- Phineas Gage and the effect of an iron bar through the head.
- Gucci fusion reactor? At least it will match your shoes.
- He’s right hard that scientist geezer: the bravest, maddest and baddest scientists the world has known.
- Is ‘psychic kids’ show creepy exploitation of youngsters in need of help?
- Hidden face at Machu Picchu, or do other images suggest it’s just a wonder of Photoshop?
Quote of the Day:
Mind, through the long course of biological evolution, has established itself as a moving force in our little corner of the universe. Here on this small planet, mind has infiltrated matter and has taken control. It appears to me that the tendency of mind to infiltrate and control matter is a law of nature.