Thank you, Bryan Singer, for making me feel 14 years younger after I left the multiplex last Saturday!
- Why winning a Nobel prize still won’t protect scientific heretics from skepticism.
- Suspended animation trials begin at a Pennsylvanian hospital.
- The gamma ray burst which caused the Interwebz to burst was a false alarm.
- From the Mile High Club to the Samadhi Club.
- Was a ghost rocket filmed from a plane flying over London?
- The ET that nearly was: Creature designs for Spielberg’s original vision will haunt your nightmares.
- John Howe: The man who remade Middle Earth.
- Tangentially Speaking with Andrew Gurevich: Myth origins, consciousness & buying erotic cakes for your children.
- Scotty Roberts deconstructs Aronofsky’s Noah.
- The woman who didn’t sleep for 30 years –or did she?
- Salma Hayek is producing an animated film based on Gibran’s The Prophet. Here are 25 gorgeous stills from the movie.
- When your child becomes a mass shooter.
- A very thorough review of the famous Entity case.
- Rex marks the spot: 7000-year-old Chilean mummy found by children under a pile of dog poo.
- In search of the Congo dinosaur.
- Red Pill of the Day: A python massage might be the ultimate beauty treatment –literally!
Thanks to Jonathan, Kat & Logan.
Quote of the Day:
“From the point of view of many scientists, gods represent an explanation for the unknown. Scientists are focused on trying to understand the unknown, so there is a fundamental conflict. That said, some scientists find religion useful and perhaps even fulfilling.”
~Stanley Prusiner. Nobel laureate, scientific heretic & discoverer of prions.