Last week’s film trailers awakened my inner child.
Now the child wants a Hot Wheels race-track, a puppy AND a trip to Disneyland.
- Cosmologist Max Tegmark has serious issues with the concept of Infinity –will his grudge last… indefinitely?
- Looks like the fast radio burst (FRBs) controversy is far from over…
- Zoltan Istvan: What if one nation reaches the Singularity first? (To know more about Zoltan, listen to his interview on The Grimerica Show).
- Should Godzilla fans be excited about the green glow inside the Fukushima plant?
- Could we reboot our civilization after a Mad-Max collapse?
- John Horgan: Teaching the controversy is always bettern than censorship –with one or two caveats…
- Walk like an Egyptian and drink like a Spartan? Here’s a 1,900-year-old hangover cure.
- Wellness empress Belle Gibson admits on the record she’s a lying b$#%h.
- ‘Thanks’ to Agent Orange, the Vietnam war is still claiming victims [Warning: Disturbing images].
- “I killed Marilyn”: The death-bed confession of a former CIA agent.
- What’s after death? People who have clinically died explain their experiences.
- Attacked by a ghost at Mansfield reformatory.
- What you haven’t heard about prof. Bryan Sykes’ DNA study.
- “Di cosa si tratta??”: UFO caught on video over Rome by professional photographer.
- The Golden Ratio: Divine proportion or Design myth?
- Red Pill of the Day: A man and his pet leech –like something out of a Del Toro film.
Thanks to J.J. Abrams and Zack Snyder
Quote of the Day:
“The best way to counter a bad idea is to confront it and point out where it is wrong or misleading. I feel this way not only about religious superstition but also about homeopathy, astrology and parapsychology–not to mention psychoanalysis, psychopharmacology, multiverse theories and string theory.”
~John Horgan, science journalist for Scientific American.