Occasionally, I’ll receive an email from a reader or fellow traveler. I don’t share all of them, but a few are so curious that I just can’t help but pass them along to you. This is Open Lines.
I remember when I first learned about John Titor. I’d just finished watching the movie Somewhere In Time – I’d never seen it before – and found it so haunting that I immediately jumped on the Internet. I just wanted to see. To know. Could anyone ever really travel through time? Was it possible? Of …
Our search for evidence of the multiverse just got a little more interesting. This week, New Scientist shared the intriguing research of Dr. Ranga-Ram Chary. Using a map of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) and subtracting it from a picture of the entire sky, he discovered an unexpected “eerie glow.”
So today was Back to the Future Day — the future date that Doc and Marty visited in Back to the Future Part II. October 21, 2015.
Hundreds of people have reportedly witnessed a “city” appear in the skies above China, first on October 7 over Foshan in the Guangdong province, then later in Jiangxi. The above video briefly shows the peculiar phenomenon – strange dark pillars like skyscrapers materialized in the clouds, then vanished a few minutes later.
Is it weekly? Is it bi-monthly? There doesn’t seem to be any rhyme or reason to Strange Days In Science. Don’t worry, though: I’ve got some weird and amazing science news for you this week. Check it out…
I thought I’d take a short break from reviewing old movies and instead turn my attention toward a much more recent release: The Nightmare, a documentary about sleep paralysis and all the strange things that happen to people who experience it.