Two dicks get a mention this week (No, that other story is about a thumb)
- The cradle of Stonehenge could have been a site for hunting migrating aurochs.
- Ancient Europeans mysteriously vanished 4,500 years ago.
- Existential risk as a global priority: How are humans going to become extinct?
- Robot discovers three unexplored passages near Mexico’s Pyramid of the Sun.
- Forget the face, here’s the undisputable Penis on Mars.
- Richard Dawkins has lost: meet the new new atheists.
- Big foot found.
- Paralysed man’s thumb becomes a surrogate penis. That would add a new dimension to sexting.
- Creatures of coherence: why we’re so obsessed with causation.
- Surrender to the flow: the doctor prescribes Brian Eno.
- 1,300-year-old doorstep sells for half a million quid.
- Ata the humanoid is… humanoid.
- Scientists intervene in TED controversy.
- The Chupacabras are back.
- A new reference to a ‘William Shakespeare’ is found, but did he exist?
- Is Freemasonry becoming hip?
- China wants to banish superstitious beliefs (but keep religion).
- Christopher Wren’s plans for London realised.
- Rococo style porcelain skulls. I’d like to see a facial reconstruction artist let loose on those!
- Cops confiscate biggest joint ever on 4/20.
- Picture of the day: ISS over Stonehenge.
- Entomological bling.
Quote of the Day:
Disbelief in magic can force a poor soul into believing in government and business.