UFOs are back in the New York Times – because 2020 news isn’t weird enough yet…
- No longer in shadows, Pentagon’s UFO unit will make some findings public.
- China launches Mars probe amid big questions.
- Russia just fired a satellite-killing weapon in space.
- Are Earth’s magnetic poles about to swap places? A strange anomaly gives clues.
- New study shows that dogs can use Earth’s magnetic field to navigate.
- The violent attack that turned a man into a maths genius.
- The brave new world of chemical romance: how love drugs will shape the future of our relationships.
- Some ancient Greek temples had ‘disability ramps’, according to this researcher.
- Britain’s newly discovered ancient sites: LIDAR technology has revealed a whole new timeline of human occupation across the UK.
- From Victorian demons to the Beijing night bus: why we tell each other urban legends.
- The ghostly radio station that nobody claims to run: ‘MDZhB’ has been broadcasting since 1982. No one knows why.
- Scientists: climate change is going to suck, but it won’t be armageddon.
- Image of the Day: Glimpses of Ganymede.
Quote of the Day:
I think the stage is set for the appearance of new faiths, centred on the UFO belief. To a greater degree than all phenomena modern science is confronting, the UFO can inspire awe, the sense of the smallness of man, and an idea of the possibility of contact with the cosmic.