Welcome to October. ‘Tis the month for things to be born…
- Searching for E.T. in all the wrong places.
- UFO over Indian Ocean? SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launch sparks sightings.
- But on the secrecy front: did the SpaceX Falcon 9 explode once in orbit?
- Asteroid near-miss reported by Russian scientists.
- Searching for super humans: how psychologists should respond to extraordinary claims.
- Do monkeys have out-of-body experiences too?
- Unghostly ghosts.
- Mystery over message in a bottle found beneath a cathedral.
- Doubling down on the Stephen King plots can never end well: The Shining hotel to dig up pet cemetery.
- Oliver Sacks on the fallibility of memory.
- Why does the human brain create false memories?
- Do you really have free will? Of course you do.
- Bound to be the next hit Reality TV show: Glowing sperm go head to head in fight to be the daddy.
- Deadly lake turns animals into statues.
- The very first image of a hydrogen bond.
- Scientists find evidence of microscopic life scavenging for oxygen deep in oceanic crust.
- Science is becoming pwned by government control.
- Scientists think they have found the volcano responsible for a huge eruption that changed the world’s climate in the 13th century.
- There’s no up or down in space. Or is there…?
- What happens if an astronaut floats off in space?
- The strange case of Robert Salas.
- The Devil’s Promenade: Inside the rural American town haunted by mysterious light that even Army engineers are at a loss to explain
- Were Maya lords alien hybrids with hallucinogenic blood?
- Image(s) of the Day: Undersea alien forms.
Quote of the Day:
If life is going to exist in a Universe of this size, then the one thing it cannot afford to have is a sense of proportion.