Anesthetize me now…
- Alien planets older than our Milky Way galaxy discovered.
- Largest space battle in history claims 2900 starships, untold lives. What, you think *this* reality is the only one worth reporting on?
- Paging Mr Fort: Sky jellyfish! Otherworldly photos capture mysterious phenomena in the upper atmosphere.
- Also: Charles Fort would have loved Mothman synchronicities.
- Did humans result from a chimp-pig hybrid? Upstream Color makes so much more sense now!
- Curse of the Iceman: Seven people connected to discovery of Oetzi the Iceman have now died.
- Another body recovered from the Leicester car park where the remains of Richard III were discovered last year – but while the former king of England was bundled into a hastily dug hole, the new corpse is sealed in a lead coffin placed in a handsome limestone sarcophagus.
- Fake memory implanted in mice with a beam of light. Take the blue cheese, and you’ll never know how deep the mouse hole goes…
- Two-headed turtle hatches in San Antonio zoo. Or as I like to call it, a twotle.
- Is the Smithsonian conspiring to suppress the truth about giants?
- Did Colonel John Alexander confirm the existence of the legendary Majestic-12 group?
- New documentary alleges that a Secret Service agent was the second (and accidental) shooter in the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
- Gallery shows photos taken by the AuraCam 6000, which purports to show people’s character-revealing emanations (ie. auras).
- Ec-tea-plasm? Store video shows tea box levitating, poltergeist-like activity.
- Every entrepreneur should try magic mushrooms.
- Matt Cardin reviews the reissued The Joyous Cosmology, by Alan Watts (Amazon US and UK).
- One simple idea: how the positive thinking movement began among the mystics of 19th-century America.
- Greenhouse gas could be a huge untapped source of energy.
- ‘Runaway greenhouse‘ effect easier to trigger on Earth than previously thought. Here’s one I prepared earlier..
- New telescopic contact lens magnifies vision three times over.
- Will we ever have reliable nuclear fusion power?
- Our tiny slice of reality.
- Macrophotographs of ant warfare are downright epic.
- Images of the Day: Zoom in to nanoscales, and Earth is an alien planet.
Quote of the Day:
There are more viruses on Earth than stars in the universe. If you stacked every virus end to end, they would stretch 100,000 light years.
Carl Zimmer (A Planet of Viruses)