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- Return to Antikythera: what divers discovered in the deep.
- One of the world's oldest sundials has been dug up in Egypt's Valley of the Kings.
- Was Egypt a hell on Earth under the reign of the strange Pharaoh Akhenaten?
- TED retracts "factual" complaints about talks by Rupert Sheldrake and Graham Hancock saying they were "clumsy" (read: fictional); will reframe arguments.
- Another view: TED chased by army of passionate supporters, escapes into TARDIS.
- The CIA's secret experiments to turn cats into spies. This explains a lot of things, actually…
- Rapper attempted to sacrifice his friend to the Illuminati in order to achieve fame.
- Dan Brown makes The Da Vinci Code a free eBook download for the week to celebrate 10th anniversary of the book's publication (where has that time gone?!), and releases the first two chapters of his upcoming book as well.
- The Heretic: atheist philosopher Thomas Nagel comes under fire for daring to question materialist dogma.
- Julian Jaynes and the muting of the gods.
- Haunted by trauma, tsunami survivors in Japan turn to exorcists.
- Private company plans one-way mission to Mars by 2023.
- Ground control, to alien: David Bowie and the flying saucers.
- Drones may be used to target illegal hunting. Which would be kinda ironic...
- Deepest part of the ocean "teems with microbes".
- The uncertain science of memory.
- Scientists resurrect extinct frog that gives birth through its mouth. Perhaps there's a reason it went extinct in the first place…
- And the bigger question: should we even revive extinct species?
- The great debate that conclusively proved that science is messy.
Quote of the Day:
Certain things are so remarkable that they have to be explained as non-accidental if we are to pretend to a real understanding of the world.