- Our ancestors got high too. For a more detailed read on this topic, grab a copy of Paul Devereux’s The Long Trip: A Prehistory of Psychedelia.
- Anthropologists thought Polynesians brought sweet potatoes back from South America some 900 years ago – but it turns out they’ve been there for at least 100,000 years.
- Scientists are exploring the bottom of the North Sea, hoping to find evidence that Stone Age people lived there when it was still dry land.
- The syndrome that makes people think their loved ones are impostors.
- Yes, you can sweat blood.
- Australian punk turtle that breathes through its genitals faces extinction. Maybe it should try breathing through its nose then?
- Seven mythical beasts created by taxidermy.
- E.T. won’t phone home – psychologists say SETI has faulty alien contact methods.
- Atacama “Humanoid” DNA test controversy unveils connections between Robert Bigelow and Tom DeLonge’s ‘To the Stars Academy’.
- Vale Art Bell, the voice of the paranormal.
- RIP Guy Lyon Playfair, poltergeist hunter.
- Dangerous climate tipping point is “about a century ahead of schedule”, warns respected scientist.
- Poll shows two-thirds of millennials don’t know what Auschwitz was.
- Video of the Day: Hop in a time machine and stroll around New York City, 1911.
Quote of the Day:
Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.