- When you die you know you are dead: major study shows mind still works after the body shows no signs of life.
- Special edition of Newsweek covers UFOs and the search for aliens in a positive light.
- The oral history of John Titor, the man who traveled back in time to save the internet.
- More than half of Americans now believe there was an advanced ancient civilization like Atlantis.
- Ghostwatch: the Halloween hoax that changed the language of televions.
- Fortean researcher (and Grail-friend) Paul Kimball returns to the paranormal TV genre with Haunted.
- Discovery of 50km long lunar cave raises hopes for human colonization of the Moon.
- The multiverse is inevitable, and we’re living in it.
- Ok, shut it all down: the Universe shouldn’t exist, CERN physicists conclude.
- Anesthesia study suggests that consciousness depends on vibrations inside neurons.
- The gruesome, bloody world of Victorian surgery.
- German researchers believe they have found the legendary Amber Room, thought to be most valuable piece of art stolen by the Nazis during the Second World War.
- Alicudi: Italy’s LSD island.
- Studying Easter Island’s reefs.
- Native American secrets lie buried in huge mounds of shells.
- Does Earth need a sunshade?
- Image(s) of the Day: check out the finalists and winners of the 2017 Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards.
Quote of the Day:
Buckle your seatbelt Dorothy, ’cause Kansas is going bye-bye.
Cypher, in ‘The Matrix’