Let’s do this, fam.
- Archaeologists are suggesting Stonehenge was a hand-me-down from Wales.
- Mina Crandon discovered you can’t bullshit a bullshitter, or a clear-sighted illusionist.
- When something makes your hair stand on end, is that proof hair can act as a sixth sense?
- Move over, Crookston! Jeff Meldrum’s 3D printed a model of an honest-to-goodness sasquatch skeleton.
- Long before GPS, our ancestors carved maps of their hunting camps on stone.
- Rich Reynolds wonders if this is real life, or just fantasy, with the hallucinations and reality of the UFO phenomenon.
- What can precognition do for you tomorrow? Quite a bit, as it turns out.
- The keys to our science-fictional future lay in the five great problems of physics.
- Double your trouble with these seven bizarre stories about twins. Overlook Hotel not included.
- A mother’s love isn’t just for mammals and birds anymore.
- Ancient tentacled horror had tri-fold symmetry.
- Jordan’s geoglyphs are much older than Nazca’s famous lines.
- How do people react when Bible verses are presented as the Qur’an’s suras?
Gratz to Patrick Huyghe for sending me a few of these links.
Quote of the day:
“Remember that your enemy is never a villain in his own eyes. This may leave you an opening to become his friend.”
– Robert A. Heinlein