How would you feel about resurrecting a lost species? Say, the woolly mammoth? This large, hairy beast went extinct about 4,000 years ago, fairly recently in the grand scheme of things. It coexisted with humans before its final population died out in the Arctic Ocean, on Wrangel Island.
A long, long time ago, I remember messing around with a few chatbots I’d randomly downloaded from the Internet. One was named Billy. The other was something like Daisy or Diane. These days, you can just hop over to Cleverbot if you feel like chatting with a not-so-intelligent AI.
In January, the CIA updated their CREST Archive (or CIA Records Search Tool) to include more than 12 million declassified pages, or about 930,000 documents, covering a number of topics – including psychic spying and the possible existence of UFOs.
Alleged chrononaut Andrew Basiago claims that in 1972 he was sent backwards in time to November 19, 1863. Where to? Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on the very day Abraham Lincoln delivered his Gettysburg Address.
A potentially strange video appeared online this month, showing what could be a ghost flying through the air in Indonesia. In the video, amid the sounds of a gang fight, a white figure appears to glide over the crowd near a street lamp, then vanishes beyond the trees.
So I was just sitting down to write another article about Bigfoot or something when I glanced over at South Korea and – well, you should really see what they’ve got going on over there.