Welcome once again to Monday! Here’s some energy to kickstart your week…
- Earth’s magnetic field is mysteriously weakening, causing satellites and spacecraft to malfunction.
- NASA gives thumbs-up for crewed SpaceX mission.
- Freaky ‘active’ object in Jupiter’s orbit is first of its kind seen by astronomers.
- On SETI, international law, and Realpolitik.
- How extraterrestrial life might evolve in alien worlds.
- Say hello to ‘glacier mice‘, a herd of mysterious moving moss balls.
- The dying light: exploring the strange phenomenon of lights seen at the time of death.
- This human brain tissue survived intact for 2,600 years, and we may finally know how.
- Underground chambers discovered near Jerusalem’s Western Wall.
- One thousand years ago, the Chacoans thrived in a scorching-hot desert. Their remarkably intact buildings reveal a lot about their culture – but now these structures are endangered.
- Japan’s forgotten indigenous people.
- This AI can judge personality based on selfies alone.
- Blind people can ‘see’ letters traced directly onto their brains, suggesting a way to bypass damaged eyes and deliver ‘sight’ directly to the brain.
- Image(s) of the Day: The weirdest images ever taken on Mars.
Thanks Bill for your support!
Quote of the Day:
Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.