- The search for Noah’s flood.
- 8000-year-old bone figurine discovered in Çatalhöyük, Turkey.
- Zahi Hawass calls for equinox celebrations in front of the Great Sphinx.
- Morning swim leads to discovery of 3400-year-old Egyptian artifact.
- Review of climate models published between 1970 and 2007 finds that they provided accurate forecasts of subsequently observed global surface warming.
- What would the Sun sound like if we could hear it on Earth?
- Electromagnetic hypersensitivity isn’t accepted as a medical diagnosis. But some claim they suffer from it anyway.
- Scientists grow ‘yarn’ out of human skin cells so they can literally stitch people up.
- Could the coronavirus be from space?
- Sand dunes can communicate with each other.
- Psilocybin may help cancer patients with depression and anxiety for years afterward.
- Ghost roads: one third of Londoners say they’ve seen a spectre while behind the wheel.
- Related? Mystery deepens over 42 oddly buried skeletons found on UK farm.
- Video of the Day: Spacecraft cemetery!
Thanks to @AnomalistNews.
Quote of the Day:
If you think the economy is more important than the environment, try holding your breath while counting your money.