- Skeleton discovered in a car park confirmed as that of English king Richard III.
- Is scientific materialism “almost certainly false“?
- Spooky number of Americans believe in ghosts.
- Reinvestigating haunted houses and challenging previous science and skepticism.
- The FBI once freaked out about Nazi monks in the Amazon rainforest.
- Remote viewing pioneer Ingo Swann has passed away, aged 79.
- Life found almost a kilometre beneath Antarctica.
- Recent scientific findings suggest humans came to America earlier than ever thought, sparking hot debate among archaeologists.
- New study suggests Neanderthals died out earlier, and did not co-exist with modern humans.
- Ice Age art hints at the birth of the modern mind.
- Mankind’s cradle of civilisation found in Java?
- Bacteria turns toxic chemicals into solid gold.
- Are crop circles more than just modern pranks?
- Bonfire of the Sanities: the Quietus review of John Higgs’ wonderful book KLF: Chaos, Magic, Music, Money.
- The Washington Times reviews Rupert Sheldrake’s Science Set Free: 10 Paths to New Discovery.
- Finally! A new contender for the ‘Headline of the Year’ department: “Hatchet-wielding hitchhiking homeless man saves the day when a driver claiming to be Jesus tried to run a man over“. Remarkably, the video interview IS EVEN BETTER!! (lots of NSFW language)
- This is what the sky would look like over New York, if you could see the stars.
- Image of the Day: What’s this? Oh just the rings and polar hexagon of Saturn, in the one shot, taken by a spacecraft in orbit around the planet. Nothing too amazing really…
- Bonus Image of the Day: Ascend the Holy Mountain, and join the eternal ones in the sky.
Quote of the Day:
To course across more kindly waters now, my talent’s little vessel lifts her sails, leaving behind herself a sea so cruel