- Archaeological study finds that Glastonbury myths were ‘made up by 12th-century monks‘.
- Are these medieval books really made of foetal tissue?
- Hitler’s Supergun: The Nazi plot to destroy London (and why it failed).
- Was Titanic inquiry scuppered by Freemasons?
- This is how to store human knowledge for eternity.
- Hamas seizes chest of ancient gold coins accidentally discovered in Gaza.
- What on Earth is going on in this bizarre video of a Middle Eastern ‘Sand River’?
- Trip advisors: The unusual couple behind an online encyclopedia of psychoactive substances.
- Psychic offering to help with murder case charged by police.
- How private are our thoughts?
- Hacking the brain to restore lost abilities.
- Thermoelectric furniture could charge your phone with energy from your coffee.
- Inside the bizarre genome of the world’s toughest animal.
- Will our descendants survive the destruction of the Universe?
- Surgery could give men wombs of their own within five years.
- Sometimes noting patterns and theorising about shadowy groups planning in backrooms is correct: for example, the female meteorologist conspiracy.
- Video of the Day: Slow-motion fire tornado.
Quote of the Day:
Simplistic answers can be hugely emotionally satisfying, especially when you feel you need someone to blame.
The world, however, is a very complicated place, and simplistic answers are usually wrong.