- Is this stone proof that an asteroid wiped out a civilisation like ours 13,000 years ago – and does it vindicate Graham Hancock’s theories?
- Related, in case you missed it: Do engravings at the ancient megalithic site of Göbekli Tepe record a catastrophic comet strike 12,000 years ago?
- SETI scientists could survey a million star systems by 2037, lawmakers are told.
- Meanwhile, Trump’s immigrant crime hotline has been trolled with calls about aliens and UFOs.
- Could we make bricks out of Martian soil?
- Are Apple aiming for space internet?
- Mystery of the universe’s ‘Cold Spot’ deepens.
- How past geniuses tackled the age-old question of time.
- How gut bacteria tell their hosts what to eat.
- ‘Orange Sunshine’ LSD chemist Nick Sand has passed away at age 75.
- They were agents of chaos, now the world they anticipated is here: the return of the KLF.
- How an engineering in-joke led to a spy satellite sharing a logo with a James Bond villain.
- Infowars’ Alex Jones suffers defeat in custody hearing.
- Image(s) of the Day: Cassini just sent back images from its first-ever dive through Saturn’s rings, and they’re incredible.
Quote of the Day:
Subjectivity is the only thing that we know is objectively real.