- ‘Spanish Stonehenge‘: Exceptional drought uncovers 5,000-year-old Dolmen de Guadalperal.
- First Americans arrived more than 16,000 years ago, according to Idaho discovery.
- The two illusions that tricked Arthur Conan Doyle.
- Volunteers polish giant’s erection by hand. Come for the headline, stay for the image captions…
- China’s Chang’e lander finds gel-like substance on the far side of the Moon.
- What a plant learns – a curious case of Mimosa pudica.
- “The great book scare: when the public feared that library books could spread deadly diseases.
- 90,000 measles cases reported in Europe in the first half of 2019 – 20 times as many as 3 years ago.
- Quantum gravity could reverse cause and effect.
- Heavenly visions of hell: Alan Moore on the sublime art of William Blake.
- Video of the Day: Ancient Indian Sanskrit describes a land bridge built by the gods to connect India and Sri Lanka. And now science suggests it actually existed.
Thanks to @ayotheartist.
Quote of the Day:
Computers may be clever, but human beings are much smarter. We invented the computer—I’ve never seen a computer invent a human being.