“Well I’m not a scientist. But I know all things begin and end in eternity.”
- Schroedinger’s Cat has nothing on Rich Reynolds’s new UFO theory.
- Rachel Armstrong has the coolest job ever: Starship Designer.
- Ötzi can’t celebrate Mother’s Day since his maternal line is dead.
- Some eggheads claim they’ve cured sleep paralysis.
- Giant alien snail spotted on Pluto!
- In the upcoming X-Files reboot Mulder knows jet fuel can’t melt steel beams.
- In the future we won’t need no steenkin’ privacies.
- Stuffed shirts claim animal intelligence is confirmation bias, but an entire internet can’t be wrong. Can it?
- Matthew Skinner shares his vision for humanity’s future evolution, and it’s serious fetish fuel.
- Michael Graziano’s oversimplifying the hard question of consciousness to marginalize the hard question.
- Ancient China’s answer to the Six Million Dollar Man.
- “Where do you end, and where do I begin?” Julie Sedivy looks at the science behind this corny romantic question.”
- David Bowie’s immortalized with his very own constellation.
Quote of the Day:
“A pair of wings, a different respiratory system, which enabled us to travel through space, would in no way help us, for if we visited Mars or Venus while keeping the same senses, they would clothe everything we could see in the same aspect as the things of the Earth. The only true voyage, the only bath in the Fountain of Youth, would be not to visit strange lands but to possess other eyes, to see the universe through the eyes of another, of a hundred others, to see the hundred universes that each of them sees, that each of them is; and this we do, with great artists; with artists like these we do really fly from star to star.”
– Marcel Proust