- Solar ‘super-storms’ large enough to cause significant disruption to our electronic and networked systems occur on average once in every 25 years, a new study has found.
- Related: How our own Sun could destroy human civilization any day.
- Something in deep space is sending signals to Earth in steady 16-day cycles.
- A classic case of mass hysteria? The Colorado mystery drones weren’t real.
- No science please, we’re TEDx. On TED yet again flagging talks on fringe topics (remember Graham Hancock’s talks?).
- No one can explain why planes stay in the air. Apologies to any readers currently reading the Grail via plane wi-fi…
- 1,200-year-old piece from a Viking board game uncovered on Lindisfarne.
- Scientists have resurrected the mutated genes of the Earth’s last woolly mammoths.
- Did the chicken come first, or is it turtles all the way down?
- The body is warm, but the brain has gone dark: why the notion of brain death provokes the thorniest of medical dilemmas.
- Blind woman sees with new implant, and plays a video game sent straight to her brain.
Quote of the Day:
It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.