- Stone circles were prehistoric sat-navs?
- The curious world of zombie science.
- From the ‘headlines you couldn’t dream up’ department: Gigantic new super-organism with ‘social intelligence’ is devouring the Titanic.
- Neanderthals may have believed in the world of spirits before Homo sapiens did.
- Michio Kaku tells why quantum physics ends the free-will debate.
- Par-ad-olia: ‘Jesus in a Kit-Kat bar’ was a very successful viral marketing campaign. Just shows that it pays to be skeptical when it comes to trivial news items…
- Einstein and psi.
- Who’s hot and who’s not in the world of celebrity clairvoyants.
- Former Van Halen frontman Sammy Hagar re-enacts his own alien abduction. Communion it ain’t.
- Top astronomers warn the world could end in 90 days… oops, years:
- Pluto has a carbon monoxide atmosphere.
- When galaxies collide.
- Fossilised spider biggest on record:
- Coming soon from the Air Force: mind-reading drones. DO NOT think that you hate that guy Greg from The Daily Grail and he deserves to be vaporised!
- The science of why we don’t believe science. By definition, a rather futile article you’d have to think.
- Mystery that must be solved: same two hipster dudes turn up in kids comics and TV series, in both the Marvel and D.C. universes.
- Myths Retold gets spooky with the spooky Cthulhu mythos of spooky H.P. Lovecraft. (NSFW language).
- Image of the Day: they don’t make coffins like they used to.
Quote of the Day:
I have come to the point of view that mind – i.e., conscious awareness of the world – is not a meaningless and incidental quirk of nature, but an absolutely fundamental facet of reality.
Professor Paul Davies