Looking for an awesome gift for the UFO-obsessed person in your family? Okay, let’s be honest, that’s you, right?
- Begun the Space Wars have: Asteroid mining made legal after Barack Obama gives U.S. citizens the right to own parts of celestial bodies.
- Also: Who owns space? U.S. asteroid-mining act is dangerous and potentially illegal.
- Earth as an alien world.
- More mysterious extragalactic signals detected.
- China joins the hunt for extraterrestrials with the world’s biggest ever telescope.
- Australian UFO sighting at Port Augusta explained in new book Return to Magonia.
- Alec ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Guinness tells how he used the Force to warn James Dean about his death in a car accident, a week before it happened.
- The blind woman who switched personalities and could suddenly see.
- Why in hell are exorcisms still so popular?
- Dog walks 200 miles to find woman who nursed her back to health after hit-and-run accident. The Proclaimers are said to be disappointed in the dog’s effort.
- Meet the man who had a near-death experience after being struck by lightning, and has been consumed by the urge to make music since.
- Plan to bring people back from the dead by freezing their brains and then resurrecting them with artificial intelligence.
- Anti-ageing drug could let you live to 120.
- Ancient underground city in Cappadocia will ‘rewrite history’
- Hunting for DNA in Doggerland, an ancient land now submerged beneath the North Sea.
- The New World’s first monumental civilisation.
- Nutella rejects personalised jar for five-year-old girl because her name is Isis. I’ll just leave this here.
- Cult leader tells court that he communicates with an “electronic satellite warfare machine“…named Jackie.
- The NSA has stopped collecting bulk phone data. From now on, will only talk about such things with someone named Jackie…
- Loch Ness: The greatest PR stunt of the century.
- ‘Telepathic’ genius child tested by scientist.
Quote of the Day:
Skeptics, who flatly deny the existence of any unexplained phenomenon in the name of ‘rationalism,’ are among the primary contributors to the rejection of science by the public. People are not stupid and they know very well when they have seen something out of the ordinary. When a so-called expert tells them the object must have been the moon or a mirage, he is really teaching the public that science is impotent or unwilling to pursue the study of the unknown.