- Doggerland: Lost ‘Atlantis’ of the North Sea gives up its ancient secrets.
- Finally, the truth behind the ‘haunted’ Dybbuk Box can be revealed.
- The adventures of ‘Jetpack Man‘ continue!
- The man who filmed the Tic Tac UFO.
- Why ET may have never discovered radio.
- Crikey! Pentagon UAP report is helping Australia to get more comfortable with UFOs.
- Russia blames software glitch after space station briefly thrown out of control.
- Google’s ‘time crystals‘ could be the greatest scientific achievement of our lifetimes.
- Modern alchemy: Scientists transform water into shiny, golden metal.
- Ancient brains: inside the extraordinary preservation of a 310-million-year-old nervous system.
- Tubes in 890-million-year-old rock may push back the date of the earliest-known animal fossils by 350 million years.
- People who live to 100 have unique gut bacteria signatures.
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Quote of the Day:
For reasons that are both obvious and highly functional, science textbooks (and too many of the older histories of science) refer only to that part of the work of past scientists that can easily be viewed as contributions to the statement and solution of the texts’ paradigm problems. Partly by selection and partly by distortion, the scientists of early ages are implicitly represented as having worked upon the same set of fixed problems and in accordance with the same set of fixed canons that the most recent revolution in scientific theory and method has made seem scientific.
Thomas S. Kuhn