Happy birthday to Grail-Seeker!
- Mythbusting bolsters beliefs much to the annoyance of mainstream science.
- Ordnance survey releases new map of Mars to help you stake your claim.
- Scientists shed new light on the Human-Gorilla split.
- No word yet on the Hobbit-Human split.
- The time Reagan and Gorbachev agreed the enemy of my enemy is my enemy.
- Gravitational waves? What’s the point? Time travel, friends.
- A prominent historian is impressed with Return to Magonia.
- Why Coke tastes better from a glass bottle.
- Bottoms up! Booze can help your memory recollection.
- ‘Drink probably involved’ in Isle of Wight triceratops abduction.
- Drop bears are just an urban legend, drop marsupial lions aren’t.
- It wasn’t lightning, nor a fireball. Was it aliens lighting up Russian skies?
- Penn State historians trace the roots of contemporary conspiracy back to the dawn of flying saucers.
- Okay, there are aliens out there. What now?
- A television program is teaching dogs how to fly.
- Are humans natural atheists?
- If that’s the case, why do people ‘feel’ ghosts?
- Is there a universal law of procrastination?
Quote of the Day:
“Equally unfounded is the complaint that the study of science and the technical application of the forces of nature gives to mankind a thoroughly material direction, makes them proud of their knowledge and power, and alienates ideal endeavours. The deeper we penetrate into the harmonious action of natural forces regulated by eternal unalterable laws, and yet so thickly veiled from our complete comprehension, the more we feel on the contrary moved to humble modesty, the smaller appears to us the extent of our knowledge, the more active is our endeavour to draw more from the inexhaustible fountain of knowledge, and understanding, and the higher rises our admiration of the endless wisdom which ordains and penetrates the whole creation.”
– Werner von Siemens