Your daily dose of reliable journalism
- Is this Guatemalan colossal stone head an Easter Island refugee?
- How to unlearn a disease. Medicine’s latest cure is forgetting you’re sick.
- A forgotten Anglo-Saxon colony on the north-eastern Black Sea coast.
- The gods and monsters of free will: an ode to anomalies.
- On the nature of creepiness.
- Space probe spots standing stones on passing comet.
- An intensive dialogue on the nature of science between Rupert Sheldrake and Michael Shermer.
- Research findings back up Aboriginal legend on origin of Central Australian palm trees.
- Australian original astronomical rock engravings will rewrite world history.
- Aboriginal legends reveal ancient secrets to science.
- Ancient Greek legend seems to describe a place in Peru.
- Aliens will be bear-size, according to maths.
- Secret files reveal police feared that Trekkies could turn on society.
- ‘True face of Shakespeare’ appears in botany book.
- In the shadow of the shapeshifters.
- How one psychologist is tackling human biases in science.
- Crop Circle in Fangshan District, Beijing, China “to develop landscape and ecological sightseeing agriculture”.
Quote of the Day:
Myth is much more important and true than history. History is just journalism and you know how reliable that is.