Dive deep, and then come back up for air – and our Monday news briefs!
- Arctic treasures exposed by melting ice – including 28,000-year-old sewing needles – go on display at the British Museum.
- Ancient bluestone stolen from Preseli Hills was found being used as a garden feature 10 miles away.
- Gold bar found in Mexico turns out to be looted Aztec treasure.
- 800,000 years ago, a meteor slammed into Earth. Scientists just found the crater.
- An investigation into who is behind those mystery drone swarms spotted over Colorado and Nebraska.
- Office of Naval Intelligence admits to “TOP SECRET” records and “SECRET” video from USS Nimitz ‘Tic Tac’ UFO incident.
- Related: Two years of Tic Tacs – what has changed in the UFO discussion since AATIP was revealed?
- 23andMe has sold the rights to develop a drug based on its users’ DNA.
- Sure, America might have air superiority – but Iran may have a fleet of communist killer dolphins.
- Uri Geller applies for job at 10 Downing Street after Boris Johnson’s senior aide invites “weirdos” and “misfits” to apply.
- ‘Ghost’ seen in window of Edinburgh landmark causes stir on internet.
- Why is this 2,600-year-old human brain so freakishly well preserved?
- Video of the Day: Visit a comet by hitching a ride on the Rosetta space probe.
Quote of the Day:
“I can call spirits from the vasty deep.”
“Why so can I, or so can any man. But will they come when you do call for them?”