- Experts stumped by ancient Jerusalem markings. Oi, blond-headed author at the back, sit down and stop yelling “blade and chalice” at the top of your lungs!
- And while you’re at it Mr Brown, please note that we did *not* find Jesus amongst the Rosslyn bones!
- The best type of history is the hidden history that lies beyond the margins of textbooks.
- Which is why you should definitely pick up a copy of Darklore Volume 6 (Amazon US and UK).
- Ötzi the iceman’s stomach throws up a surprise.
- “Witch’s cottage” unearthed by British archaeologists.
- Traveling faster than light, going backward in time…those damn neutrinos have been misbehaving for decades. They need a good talking to!
- The master of illusion who can give anyone an out-of-body experience. Depending on how you define ‘out-of-body experience’.
- Loren Coleman offers his list of the top cryptozoology books of 2011.
- Rats show empathy – will come to the aid of trapped friends.
- The hive mind, literally. Bees as neurons.
- Satanic child abuse in the shadows of the mind.
- Learning high-performance skills, Matrix-style.
- Ancient humans understood medicine and insecticides over 77,000 years ago.
- The astonishing visual lists of autistic savant Gregory Blackstock.
- Major earthquakes might be triggered by hurricanes.
- Deepest ocean trench, now with added deep.
- Correlation vs causation: Need to prove something you already believe? All you need are two graphs and a leading question.
- Line in the dirt makes liquid water on Mars a slam dunk. Though I’m not sure exactly what that means anymore…
- Stealing the Moon: NASA loses track of more than 500 pieces brought back on Apollo missions.
- Forget my flying car, I want this! (0:36 would absolutely need an evil genius laugh)
- Alan Moore’s signed computer keyboard on eBay. Worth clicking for the product description alone.
- Image(s) of the Day: Total (lunar) eclipse of the Moon.
Quote of the Day:
Over the years I have often asked my physicist colleagues why the laws of physics are what they are. The answers vary from “that’s not a scientific question” to “nobody knows.” The favorite reply is, “There is no reason they are what they are — they just are.” The idea that the laws exist reasonlessly is deeply anti-rational.