CQ: Is it better for humanity to remember everything that happens to prevent ourselves from repeating mistakes, or is it better to actually forget quite a bit of it, less we obsess over trying to get everything perfect?
Bumper: JR Murdock, author of V&A Shipping
On the show this week:
- Front Page
Full list of 25 articles after the jump!
- Front Page:
- : The Huffington Post – UFO Sightings Increase 67 Percent In 3 Years, History Channel Investigates Unexplained Aerial Phenomena
- : The UK Telegraph – Perfect Storm of Hype: Politicians, the media and the Hurricane Irene apocalypse that never was
- : NY Daily News – Human foot washes up on beach near Vancouver for 11th time in four years
- : NPR – Lab-Grown Meat: Would You Eat It?
- : The UK Telegraph – King Arthur’s round table may have been found by archaeologists in Scotland
- : io9 – Do pandas hold the key to reducing US reliance on foreign oil?
- : BBC – Man jailed for three months for making ‘bean’ bomb
- : ABC7 News/AP – Spanish town painted red in annual tomato fight
- : The UK Telegraph – Latvians take to the water on milk cartons
- : BBC – Earl of Glasgow asks to keep graffiti mural
- (EXTRA) : BBC – Space junk at tipping point, says report
- : Orange – Pizza restaurant to open on Moon?
- (EXTRA) : The Daily Mail – Japanese firm orders 2,700 staff to get the same ‘energy saving’ haircut… so they don’t have to spend as long blow-drying
- (EXTRA) : Asia One – Medium claims to bring participants to Hell and back
- (EXTRA) : Metro – Aline Westphal becomes first female Air Guitar World Champion in Finland
- (EXTRA) : National Geographic – Dark Matter Is an Illusion, New Antigravity Theory Says
- (EXTRA) : Orange – ‘Sick’ asylum seekers game show
- (EXTRA) : From The Shadows blog – Black-Eyed Kid Encounter in Ireland
- (EXTRA) : Reuters – Man nabbed at U.S. airport with snakes in his pants
- (EXTRA) : New Scientist – Scaremongering about Fukushima radiation is damaging
- (EXTRA) : Who Forted? – Stanton Friedman Vs. The Internet
- (EXTRA) : Yahoo!/Reuters – Fish-catching trick may be spreading among dolphins