Other than the fact that the recent twitter storm of untruths and white lies is covering up something far more sinister that certain people don’t want you to find out about.
Well, we’re on the quest to find out what it is…
There’s the discovery of a perfectly preserved ancient Roman mosaic floor under vines near Verona in Italy that dates back to the 3rd century. This is the same site that remains of a villa was found in 1922.
And thankfully there were very few people in Rome when a sinkhole appeared in front of the Pantheon where seven travertine slabs were found 2.5 meters beneath Piazza della Rotonda.
Hardly earth-shattering, but interesting none the less.
Also, I’m willing to bet you didn’t know that scientists were looking for a parallel universe in Antarctica, not that they found one, but it would have been interesting if they had.
For that matter, since there is nothing down there but ice and snow, would they have realized they had passed to another parallel universe that was exactly the same?
What they did find were neutrinos, which are tiny high energy cosmic particles that are often referred to as ghostly because they can pass through anything without changing.
Pity about the parallel universe. I’m sure a lot of us tired of this one not working out so well, would like to go to another where we’re hoping things will be better.
Though, if you watched Stargate SG1, you’ll know parallel universes are not always good.
Today I discovered the humble light bulb was invented by Thomas Edison 129 odd years ago, and made at Edison General Electric Company (now better known as GE). In 1935 the light bulbs had evolved so much they could light stadiums, a fluorescent bulb was created in 1938, and a halogen lamp in 1959. LED lighting was invented in 1962.