Every week, some headlines make you wonder, even more than usual. These are some, new and old, that fall in that category:
- NASA has undercover agents (Hat tip: @Swadeshine)
- US running out of rare gas used to detect nuclear weapons because of competition between government departments
- Unreported Soros event aims to remake entire global economy
- Mysterious red markings discovered deep inside the Pyramid of Giza
- Mystery virus in South Korea claims second victim
- Scientists turn skin cells into brain cells
- Cell phone radiation damages brain, sperm, and DNA
- Right-handedness began over 500,000 years ago and reflects the development of language
- Fukushima 90210
- US spies want computers to analyze metaphors (Hat tip: @Dobroyeutro)
- US lost nuclear bomb in Greenland, 1968
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