- Will we ever –really– discover Atlantis? I’d settle for R’lyeh myself.
- Possible new force of nature found by Fermilab physicists. those damn midiclorians won’t hold still!
- Turns out everything we knew about how atomic nuclei collide to produce electrical charges is wrong —which is actually good news.
- Stem cells coaxed to form partial eyeball. I’m partially impressed.
- Curious about Curiosity? Boing Boing takes you up-close-and-personal with the next Mars rover.
- The Deep Space Climate Observatory: the $100-million satellite that NASA built, and is now slowly rusting in a Maryland warehouse.
- Antarctic meteorite holds new mineral –just don’t talk about microbes, because that’s verboten…
- Ancient Japanese tsunami warning markers saved lives in recent catastrophe.
- Using kites to photograph whales in Mexico. More here.
- Autistic people use their brains differently, according to new study –which still doesn’t answer the dilemma of who’s on first.
- Marijuana use heightens fearful experiences –call it the angst munchies.
- The desert cactus that came from outer space. April fools’ late joke or Audrey 3? (H/T UFOMystic).
- [Video] Scenes from “What on Earth. Inside the Crop Circle Mistery”. Would you stop making those funny faces, Perceval?!
- The lover’s lane phenomenon –or why do monsters lurk around cavorting teenagers
- Sai Baba, one of India’s most influential spiritual leaders, is in grave condition.
- Red pill of the day: genetically modified cows produce human breast milk substitute –Stop giving Gaga any more ideas!
Mucho thanks to Kat & Greg.
Quote of the day:
“We are so captivated by and entangled in our subjective consciousness that we have forgotten the age-old fact that God speaks chiefly through dreams and visions.”
Carl Gustav Jung.