30th anniversary of the World Wide Web: All the major social networks went down, but WE soldiered on!
- More evidence of a comet impact catastrophe 13,000 years ago, this time from the southern hemisphere.
- Close Encounters of the Tech Kind: A review of Diana Pasulka’s American Cosmic.
- More than 20 years later, the mystery of the Phoenix Lights still fascinate people.
- UFO welcome center in South Carolina turns 25.
- Robert Bigelow’s second paranormal property.
- Bigfoot legend resurfaces in Medical Lake after huge footprints are found near road.
- Thousands of rat bones add a new twist to the story of H. Floresiensis.
- Beads found in 3,400-year-old Nordic graves were made by King Tut’s glassmaker.
- Ancient Britons traveled hundreds of miles to attend pork fests at Stonehenge. Ancient BBQ’s has a nicer ring than Ancient Aliens, is all I’m sayin’…
- Ancient mammoth cells awoken by scientists, who probably think zombies deserve to have a bitching ride during the Apocalypse.
- Frog on warm pot syndrome: It only takes a few years of extreme weather for humans to get used to it and consider it ‘normal’.
- The deepening mystery of fast radio bursts.
- What is it like to wake up from anesthesia during a medical procedure.
- Can octopuses project their dreams onto their bodies?
- Buckminster Fuller thought having to work in order to make a living was nonsense.
- Red Pill of the Day: Woman suffers stroke after oral sex orgasm causes her brain to bleed. I’m happy to report that my girlfriend is clear out of danger and doing a full recovery.
Thanks to Wren, from whom I stole that girlfriend joke –which is still not as bad as stealing his girlfriend, amirite?
Quote of the Day:
The Web as I envisaged it, we have not seen it yet. The future is still so much bigger than the past.