Running the gamut…
- City of Heracleion, which sank off the coast of Egypt nearly 1,200 years ago, brought back to the surface with the help of 3-D imaging and photos of artefacts.
- Earth’s core far hotter than previously thought.
- Major earthquakes can permanently crack Earth’s crust.
- DARPA: The element of surprise.
- Physicists say the quantum properties of space may change the speed of light.
- ‘Part of 9/11 plane landing gear’ – with a length of rope looped around it, and a broken pulley – found wedged between two buildings in New York.
- US Justice Department secretly granted immunity to companies that participate in cybersecurity monitoring programs, activity that might otherwise have violated federal wiretapping laws.
- New breathalyzer can detect 12 drugs in the body, including cocaine, marijuana, and amphetamines.
- Gut bugs produce artery-clogging compound linked to heart attacks, strokes.
- Microbes: The trillions of creatures governing your health.
- TB: For more than a million people each year, death arrives like a train wreck.
- GM E. coli converts sugar into oil that’s almost identical to conventional diesel fuel.
- Why US supermarkets only sell 5 kinds of apples, and one man’s quest to bring hundreds more back.
- Open your mind to the new psychedelic science.
- The biggest price-fixing scandal ever: There’s no price the big banks
- UFO carnival returns to National Press Club. Rebuttals aplenty in the comments.
Big thanks to my buddy Red Pill Junkie!
Quote of the Day:
I have frequently been asked why a person of my background—a former Chief of the Defense Staff, a former Chairman of the NATO Military Committee—why I think there is a cover-up of the facts about UFOs. Governments fear that if they did disclose those facts, people would panic. I don’t believe that at all. There is a serious possibility that we are being visited—and have been visited for many years—by people from outer space, from other civilizations. It behooves us to find out who they are, where they come from, and what they want. This should be the subject of rigorous scientific investigation, and not the subject of rubbishing by tabloid newspapers.
UK Chief of Defense and 5-star general Admiral Lord Peter Hill-Norton