- Early humans reached Greek island 200,000 years ago, changing picture of spread from Africa.
- Related: Archaeologists discover that modern humans and Neanderthals sailed the Mediterranean Sea at least 130,000 years ago.
- Ancient Aztec records reveal unknown modern earthquake risk.
- Meanwhile, ancient Middle Eastern astrologers recorded the oldest known evidence of auroras.
- NASA denies finding life on Mars, countering scientist’s claims.
- Inherited learning – it happens, but how is uncertain.
- Why does Hollywood depict humans overcoming alien invasions?
- U.S. Army releases agreement with UFO research organisation.
- Capturing natural coincidences, in fiction and life.
- Researcher warns that 5G might actually cause cancer after all.
- The new food economy: animals are out, alt-protein is in.
- Scientists may have ‘crossed the ethical line’ in growing human brains.
- Video of the Day: Neurosymphony.
Quote of the Day:
Zaprudered into surreal dimensions of purest speculation, ghost-narratives have emerged and taken on shadowy but determined lives of their own.
William Gibson (‘Pattern Recognition’)