Oh, this must be Schrödinger’s house……
- Was Stonehenge a prehistoric glockenspiel?
- Ancient man used ‘super-acoustics’ to alter consciousness (… and speak with the dead?)
- Archaeologists stunned to discover Britain’s A1 road is 10,000 years old.
- Remains of ‘end-of-the-world’ epidemic found in ancient Egypt.
- Russian meteor linked to mass extinction event.
- Could this new discovery about meteors help explain some paranormal experiences?
- Does the phase of the moon affect our sleep?
- Calling back a zombie ship from the graveyard of space.
- This is NASA’s new concept spaceship for warp drive interstellar travel. Make it so!
- New SETI paper on arXiv.org: “Detecting industrial pollution in the atmospheres of earth-like exoplanets“.
- Deepak Chopra’s million dollar challenge to skeptics.
- Improbable stuff happens all the time. But can we summon it at will?
- Science fiction legend H.G. Wells *really* didn’t like Forteans.
- Giant moths have descended on Malaysia, and no one knows why. Imma let you finish Malaysia, but Point Pleasant had the biggest moth ever.
- Absurd creature of the week: the 120-foot-long jellyfish that’s loving global warming.
- Earth may have an underground ocean three times the size of that on the surface.
- New truths revealed about 1961 nuclear weapons accident.
- Pope ditches bullet-proof popemobile, saying at his age he “doesn’t have much to lose. I know what could happen, but it is in God’s hands”. Bill Hicks is nodding in approval.
- The ‘father of modern Witchcraft’, Gerald Gardner, officially honoured with English Heritage blue plaque.
- The secret society that brought magic to the modern age.
- Image of the Day: How big is the International Space Station? Let’s measure it in football terms.
Quote of the Day:
I love the Pope, I love seeing him in his Pope-Mobile, his three feet of bullet proof plexi-glass. That’s faith in action folks! You know he’s got God on his side.