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New Dead Can Dance album, Anastasis, is incredible.

  • Vandals damage Ireland’s 5500-year-old Lia Fáil standing stone.
  • 64,000 years of bow & arrow use reveals cognitive development in humans.
  • Launched in 1977, Voyager 1 could be nearing the edge of our solar system.
  • Would the discovery of alien civilisations shatter organised religion?
  • The Vatican doesn’t think so, even offering to baptise ET.
  • Seth Shostak makes a salient point about religion vs ET.
  • This June 29-30th, all Twitter posts with the hashtag #chasingufos will be collated & beamed towards the origin of the Wow! signal. /facepalm We’re doomed.
  • UFO videos from Texas to Moscow scrutinized – ET or remote-controlled drones?
  • Drone pilots: picking your kids up from school after a day of killing people.
  • Unmanned drones face risk of being hijacked by $1000 electronic kit.
  • Sorry RPJ, you can’t use a drone to spy on your sexy neighbour.
  • Tablet computers could help Kalahari people preserve knowledge & tradition.
  • Reminds me of !Xabbu, from Tad Williams’ Otherland series (Amazon US, UK).
  • Talisman depicting ancient Egypt’s googly-eyed dwarf god Bes discovered.
  • Dreaming Indigenous: encounters with the unknown in the American Southwest.
  • Entoptic images, Indonesian sarita textiles, & a multi-tiered cosmos.
  • A rare few can perceive millions of colours invisible to the rest of us.
  • Research shows meditation really can positively change your brain.
  • How much does your soul weigh? I’m not fat, I have a heavy soul.
  • Michael Prescott looks at the contradictions between reincarnation & mediumship.
  • Studies show therapists can implant false beliefs & memories by suggestion.
  • Dolphin & human brains are more alike than we thought.
  • When Google’s neural network of 16,000 computers was let loose, it didn’t hijack drones… it searched for lolcats.

Thanks to Kat, RPJ, and the Anomalist.

Quote of the Day:

I think I’ve discovered the secret of life – you just hang around until you get used to it.

~ Charles Schulz