- Are we living in a computer simulation without knowing it?
- Related: Jacques Vallee asks whether synchronicities are evidence our universe is made of information.
- How does the brain rewire itself after half of it is removed, allowing patients to continue to function?
- Two infants were buried wearing helmets made from kids’ skulls, and archaeologists are puzzled.
- 6800-year-old ritual site three times bigger than Stonehenge’s Sarsen Circle discovered.
- This 7000-year-old woman was among Sweden’s last hunter-gatherers
- Alien hunters need the far side of the moon to stay quiet.
- Study refines which exoplanets are potentially habitable.
- First detection of sugars in meteorites gives clues to origin of life.
- Why we believe in the supernatural, but shouldn’t.
- Romanian activists turn to witchcraft in fight against illegal logging.
- Conspiracy theorists do seek each other out.
- Philip K. Dick and a truly bizarre paranormal experience.
- Maze of tunnels reveals remains of ancient Jerusalem.
- Egypt has officially criminalised climbing the pyramids.
- Bioethicist argues that we need a CRISPR baby industry ASAP.
- We can rebuild him: A man’s new bionic eye lets him see, after an accident blinded him.
- New movie melds The Matrix with the Mandela Effect.
Quote of the Day:
Have you ever had a dream Neo, that you were so sure was real? What if you were unable to wake from that dream? How would you know the difference between the dream world, and the real world?
Morpheus (in ‘The Matrix)