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- Facebook just put the ‘Storm Area 51’ event page back up, saying it was taken down in error.
- Rural Nevada ‘not equipped’ for big turnout to the ‘Storm Area 51’ event. I’m sure the camou-dudes will thin the numbers down quick enough…
- If aliens are flashing laser beams at us, we now have a way to detect them.
- NASA’s Kennedy Space Centre is infested with feral hogs. Really.
- Japan pledges $900 million to cyborg and human hibernation research. Weyland-Yutani draws ever nearer…
- New Japanese flying car gets off the ground, for about a minute. Wright Brothers reportedly jealous of the hang time.
- Elon Musk’s Neuralink wants to use (frikkin’) lasers to drill holes in your skull and ‘sew’ your brain into the fabric of the internet.
- Making sense of psi phenomena.
- New Shroud of Turin study casts doubt on landmark radiocarbon test results.
- A ‘vampire’s’ remains were found about 30 years ago. Now DNA is giving him new life.
- Researchers concocted an ancient Egyptian perfume perhaps worn by Cleopatra.
- CDC shuts down military germ lab due to safety concerns.
- A wearable robotic tail turns anyone into a furry with improved balance.
- A close encounter of the sea serpent kind.
- Related: this famous sea serpent story might actually have been a sighting of a whale penis.
- Is life a dream?
- The Pentagon is testing mass surveillance balloons across the U.S.
Quote of the Day:
When, I wonder, will archaeologists…learn the lessons that their own profession has repeatedly taught – namely that the next turn of the excavator’s spade can change everything? So little of the surface area of our planet has been subjected to any kind of archaeological investigation at all that it would be more logical to regard every major conclusion reached by this discipline as provisional.
Graham Hancock, in ‘America Before’