It’s Monday again! Attack today like the ferocious tiger you are…
- 8000-year-old obelisk found in northwestern Turkey that resembles T-shaped pillars at the 10,000-year-old site of Göbekli Tepe, which is located in southeastern Turkey.
- 40,000-year-old ‘cave lion figurine’ made of woolly mammoth tusk found at Denisova Cave.
- Nine species of humans once walked the Earth – but now there is only one. Did we kill the rest?
- Imagination may be so ancient it precedes the development of language.
- Related: Words are magic – how the language you speak (and hear) changes your reality.
- Why sleepwalking still mystifies scientists.
- The highs and lows of Flat Earth Theory – observations of a Dallas gathering.
- The Shroud of Turin was declared a fraud. Now, new research has some asking for a retrial.
- Dr Dean Radin writes about the convergence of science and magic.
- Related: Our review of Dean Radin’s Real Magic.
- A CRISPR milestone hints at a future of cures – and oversight concerns.
- Just how well could you design a baby?
- While some of the world’s richest men are racing into space, other entrepreneurs are heading beneath the seas.
- Space alien research could get its first grad program.
- Video of the Day: Were indigenous Australians the world’s first astronomers?
Quote of the Day:
The truth is, [internet companies] won’t fundamentally change because their entire business model relies on generating more engagement – and nothing generates more engagement than lies, fear and outrage.