A few of the Grail crew are on the road and off the web in the latter half of this week folks, so advance apologies for a downturn in the number of updates over the next few days!
- The Nazca Lines of Europe discovered by archaeologists in (glorious nation of) Kazakhstan.
- The Piris Reis map: evidence of ancient technology?
- 2000-year-old battery has puzzled archaeologists for decades.
- “F**k Earth“, says Elon Musk. Mars is where the action is at baby!
- Complex organic molecule found in interstellar space. If it belongs to you, please call lost and found immediately.
- Meteor strikes may not be as random as we think.
- Astronomy superstar Neil deGrasse Tyson under fire for fabricating stories and quotations.
- Has physics made philosophy obsolete? Physicist Lawrence Krauss squares off against philosophers Angie Hobbs and Mary Midgley.
- How to choose your destiny in the multiverse.
- Invisibility cloaks built from ‘off-the-shelf’ materials. Simple enough if you’ve got an invisibility cloak store just down the road.
- World wildlife populations have halved in the last 40 years.
- The distress of waking up under anesthesia.
- Religion does not poison everything – everything poisons religion.
- ‘Maybe we missed something’: Warren Commission insider publicly concedes that JFK’s assassination was likely a conspiracy.
- Do ghosts exist?
- Living the good death.
- Pareidolia of the day: Holy Jesus on a toilet floor.
Quote of the Day:
One should be ever booted, spurred and ready to depart.
Michel de Montaigne