Enjoy the Friday news briefs here at the Grail, before you roll the covers back on Caturday!
- Huge megalithic complex of more than 500 standing stones discovered in Spain.
- Mammoth bones and ‘ghost’ footprints add to heated debate about the redating of the first humans in North America.
- In the Greek islands, a new excavation of the Antikythera shipwreck yields statues, human teeth and the missing head of Hercules.
- The last Salem witch has been exonerated, thanks to an eighth-grade teacher and her students.
- Is precognition real? Skeptics eviscerated a Cornell psychologist whose published evidence said yes – but a decade later, his data has stood up.
- Researchers stuck cameras on U.S. Navy dolphins, and the footage is bizarre.
- Giant squid carcass washes ashore in South Africa.
- Tasmanian tiger: Scientists hope to revive marsupial from extinction.
- Related: The ‘Tasmanian Tiger’ lives again, in colourized 4K video reconstruction.
- Impact crater may be dinosaur killer’s baby cousin.
- Next month NASA will send a new crew to the ISS, including the first Native American woman to go into space.
- Europe is seriously considering a major investment in space-based solar power.
- Image(s) of the Day: the winning entries from the BMC Ecology and Evolution image competition.
Quote of the Day:
When I do good, I feel good. When I do bad, I feel bad. That’s my religion.