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- Near death, explained.
- How psychedelic drugs can help patients face death.
- Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, even though the origin of it is something quite litigious.
- Could Claude Monet see ultraviolet light?
- Inventor preps ice-busting, laser-wielding cryorobot to explore what lies beneath the surface of Europa.
- One corner of the Milky Way galaxy appears to have lost its dark matter. Sci-fi story lines, start your engines.
- Evolution seen in synthetic DNA.
- Ravens remember you and your past behaviour, and will greet you accordingly.
- Predicting future crime.
- Science and psychic phenomena: the fall of the house of skeptics. (Amazon US and UK.)
- The Washington Post profiles Ray Stanford, one of the world’s best dinosaur hunters…who also hunts UFOs and psychic phenomena.
- UFOs: the Project Beta scandal.
- How to hunt Bigfoot.
- Hoax, creepy reality, or viral marketing for an upcoming film? Men in Black caught on security camera.
- IONS president Marilyn Schlitz steps down
- Little-known Swedenborg gets a fresh look in new book (Amazon US and UK).
- Templars and terror: Anders Breivik’s fantasy world.
- The fraudulent business of earthquake prediction.
- 800 dead dolphins wash up on Peruvian beaches. Happy Earth Day!
- If you have a smartphone, anyone can now track your every move by triangulating via wi-fi access points.
- Inflatable Stonehenge lets you perform your Druidic ceremonies anywhere. Just be careful with your sickle!
Thanks Rick and RPJ.
Quote of the Day:
No one wants to die. Even people who want to go to heaven don’t want to die to get there. And yet death is the destination we all share. No one has ever escaped it. And that is as it should be, because Death is very likely the single best invention of Life. It is Life’s change agent. It clears out the old to make way for the new.