the Moon Mars with Buzz Aldrin.
Super Aldrin! With the power to leap tall Moon truthers in a single bound!Read More
Achaeologists working for the aptly-named Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes team have used 3D imaging technology to examine what's buried beneath Stonehenge, and they found some pretty sweet new historical secrets. As far as we know, none of them are a giant box containing Amy Pond, but the henge is surrounded by a something that resembles an ancient Roman racetrack, so I'll just imagine the Last Centurion pacing circles around Stonehenge and I'm not crying you're crying.Read More
Etsy user CBedroom is selling some beautiful looking space bedding sets in their shop. My only worry is I'd wake up from an afternoon nap and think I fell through a wormhole.Read More
Saying "Stonehenge Rocks!" works on sooo many levels now.
There are many mysteries surrounding Stonehenge, one of which, according to a new British study, is whether or not the perplexing monument was built as a giant percussive instrument.Read More
Is it an ancient clock? A calender? The site of rituals? Secret location of The Pandorica? There have been countless theories about Stonehenge over the years to try to explain its uses and origins, but a new theory says that Stonehenge is actually older, and way more fun than previously thought. If the theory is right, Stonehenge was actually an ancient party spot. Rock on, ancient Britons.Read More
old gods do new jobs
In the new film we're going to get to know Heimdall the Asgardian a bit better, and we're going to get to know Asgard a bit better," Elba said. "I can't say too much, but the expansion of Thor in his world is going to be huge.We've already seen a few hints of the huge in T:TDW, in leaked set photos that I initially took to be the most boring photos of a rainy graveyard I'd ever seen and wondered why anyone had even bothered posting them. Then I noticed that there was a blue van in the photo, and what I'd mistaken for tombstones were actually huge obelisks. Read More
The 2011 winter solstice, the longest night of the year, was observed at Stonehenge yesterday. Aside from a collection of interesting pictures featuring Stonehenge and druids (seen after the break), the druids observed the winter solstice, and came to the conclusion that 2012 will be a good year; a notion in direct contention with how the Mayans thought the world would make out in December of next year. You know, since the Mayans predicted there wouldn't be a world anymore.Read More