Happy birthday, Rick!
- ‘World’s oldest calendar’ discovered in Scottish field.
- Stone Age Britons were the first to invent a calendar.
- Single-cell DNA sequencing reveals unexpected links among different branches of the tree of life.
- Study on the psychology of causality finds inference can take precedence over perception.
- A church that embraces all religions, and rejects ‘us vs. them’.
- Choir singers harmonise their voices – and their heartbeats.
- For some lizards, first meal can be life-altering. Researchers found that newborn lizards fed first in the lab were less likely to roam, harder to recapture and had smaller litters.
- Decapitated worms regrow their heads with memories intact.
- Some trees use less water amid rising carbon dioxide, paper says.
- Japanese nuclear plant may have been leaking for two years.
- Feds banned from Def Con/Black Hat conferences due to PRISM. Or not, as the case may be.
- How the US forces Net firms to cooperate on surveillance.
- Disposition matrix now generating secret kill list.
- The cyberwar: Business is booming in the ‘Zero-Day’ game.
- What’s in a name? More than you think, experts say.
Quote of the Day:
All boundaries are conventions, waiting to be transcended. One may transcend any convention if only one can first conceive of doing so.
Robert Frobisher, Cloud Atlas.