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“How undisturbed, the sleep of the foolish…”

  • Life on Mars detected in the 1970’s (without Bowie’s help).
  • That said, is Mars’ methane a myth?
  • Earth… 7 Billion served.
  • The Moon, the Sun… and the ISS. More here.
  • More eye candy from the Big Picture’s gallery of solar eclipse photos.
  • Mass animal die-offs are not apocalyptic. A google map of recent events.
  • Could re-awakening earthquake zones be a cause of the die-offs?
  • Bee populations plummet across the U.S.
  • Making holograms from electrons.
  • Journal’s publication of ESP paper sparks pre-publication outrage– Any psychic could’ve predicted that.
  • New neutrino observatory gets icy start.
  • The diet of Ammonites, revealed.
  • Mystery behind temperatures in Sun’s corona solved with plasma jets.
  • Underwater invisibility.
  • Life on Earth, from above.
  • NASA images vs. amateur photos… You be the judge.
  • 2011: The year we discover our twin?
  • Lice DNA suggests we wor clothing 170,000 years ago.
  • Ridley Scott prepares new sci-fi for the small screen: “Prophets of Science Fiction”.
  • The ‘Pacific Garbage Patch’ is an abomination, but it’s not as big as they thought.
  • Tenth Dr. Who to marry daughter of fifth Dr Who. That must break Gallifreyan incest laws… Exterminate!
  • Thirty-five years of microscope photography.
  • The ten most popular places of 2010, courtesy of of Atlas Obscura.
  • 13 surprising ways sci-fi has colided with D.C. politics.
  • Is Mona Lisa hiding literary references?
  • Women’s tears linked to loss of libido.
  • Gamma ray flares in the crab nebula thrills scientists.
  • This week’s evidence of the upcoming robot revolution.

A new year’s worth of thanks to Greg and RPJ!

Quote of the Day:

“If you think this Universe is bad, you should see some of the others.”

Philip K. Dick