- First people of Australia reached the mega-continent of Sahul in a massive, organized, technologically advanced migration more than 50,000 years ago.
- New study takes a bird’s-eye view of the Nasca Lines.
- Exploration of ‘lost city’ in Honduras uncovers a trove of rare life forms.
- Stonehenge summer solstice: thousands gather to cheer sunrise.
- Midsommar and the tradition of folk horror.
- Ketamine trips are uncannily like near-death experiences.
- Related: Researchers determine which psychedelic ‘trip’ is most similar to the near-death experience.
- An ambitious search for aliens came up short – so astrobiologists are thinking bigger.
- Are UFOs actually real?
- Narlugas are real: strange whale is the offspring of a narwhal mother and a beluga father.
- ‘Goldilocks’ neurons increase REM sleep when the temperature is ‘just right’.
- No, don’t believe the headlines: your kids’ evil cellphone won’t give them horns.
- Amazon patents drone surveillance as a service.
- Image of the Day: The marriage of heaven and earth at Serpent Mound, Ohio, on the summer solstice.
Quote of the Day:
Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves.