- So long, arsenic alien life…it was fun while it lasted.
- No, no arsenic life, we’ve moved on. Silicon alien life is sooo much sexier.
- Onwards and upwards: let’s build a beacon so that the aliens – no matter what their chemical composition – can find us.
- Going deeper into the Fermi Paradox.
- Scientists put visible diamond crystals into quantum entangled state.
- Are modern-day monsters created from memories of our primate past?
- Is Ridley Scott’s new Alien prequel influenced by ancient astronaut theory?
- Ganzfeld hallucinations.
- John Horgan: “Why I don’t dig Buddhism.”
- The contents of this time capsule already sound archaic after 71 years. Imagine what they’ll think when it’s opened on its due date, in 6106 years time.
- Has the God Particle been found?
- Religious believers trust atheists about as much as rapists. Or at least, that’s what atheists believe.
- Recession? What recession? U.S. military continues to develop pricey new ways to kill people.
- Power rating of a turbine-fitted crematorium: one corpse = 1500 televisions for an hour. That’s somehow made death even sadder than it was before…
- Though corpse power seems like the next invention wave: for example, coffin as a battery.
- Neandertals built with bones.
- Sleeping pill awakens the near-dead?
- Image(s) of the day: 45 to be precise.
Quote of the Day:
There is a theory which states that if ever anybody discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened.