- Uncovering the ‘Lost Tomb of Osiris’ – an insider’s view of a controversial discovery.
- 6000-year-old monument offers a glimpse of Britain’s neolithic Game of Thrones.
- 9000-year-old engravings in the Saudi desert might be the earliest depictions of human-canine companionship.
- The fossilized trees that show Antarctica was once covered in forests.
- Asteroid, monolith, or spaceship? The first interstellar objects seen buzzing by Earth is pretty weird.
- Alien bugs may have been transported to Earth, scientists say. On, perhaps, a weird, interstellar asteroid type thingy?
- Wild conspiracy theory claims that Apollo moon landing was ‘faked’, touts new ‘photo’ evidence.
- The case for flowing water on Mars is drying up.
- New keys to help extraterrestrials unlock our messages.
- God in the Brain: The science of neurotheology.
- Upcoming computer game Apparition is based around what might happen if ghost-hunting went horribly wrong.
- Why human head transplants will never work.
- Boston Dynamics’ Atlas robot can now do backflips.
- Self-taught rocket scientist who doesn’t believe in science plans to launch himself over ghost town in steam-powered rocket with ‘Research Flat Earth’ written on its side. This should end well.
- British MPs vote “that animals cannot feel pain or emotions” into Brexit bill.
Quote of the Day:
I’m for decency – period. I’m for anything and everything that bodes love and consideration for my fellow man.