- Mysterious 9000-year-old ‘Kennewick Man’ looked Polynesian and came from far away.
- Home owner discovers ancient underground city beneath his house in Anatolia.
- How they (should have) built the pyramids.
- Centuries-old drawings of Europe’s greatest sea monsters.
- Is there a reality beyond death?
- 61 years after an alien told him how to build it, the New York Times visits George van Tassel’s Integratron.
- Radical new theory could kill the multiverse.
- Tech magus training: How to beat an x-ray body scanner using a sigil of invisibility.
- Warning over electrical brain stimulation kits.
- How science sold me on meditation.
- Yoga shown to boost brain power in older adults.
- How to implant false memories in order to make people think Disney characters are creepy. We need false memories for that?
- Is Russia planning to start colonising the Moon in 2018?
- ‘Anomaly’ forces U.S. Army to press self-destruct button on new prototype hypersonic weapon.
- Scientists hail creation of working organ made from laboratory cells.
- Painkiller deaths drop 25% in states with medical marijuana.
- The ultimate comeback: bringing the dead back to life.
- Why we can’t wage war on drugs.
- Orcas and other animals may speak with complexity.
- Heroic firefighters save an injured koala using mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Crikey!
- Massachusetts man on trial for murder fears his horns and ’666′ forehead tattoo will make a fair trial impossible.
- Burning Man shut down on opening day due to heavy rain.
- Image of the Day: the ice bucket challenge is so 2000BC.
Quote of the Day:
Up to the Twentieth Century, reality was everything humans could track, smell, see, and hear. Since the initial publication of the chart of the electromagnetic spectrum, humans have learned that that they can touch, smell, see, and hear is less than one-millionth of reality.