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Mystery solved: Melatonin makes these fish sing at night


Their singing isn’t very cute, either. (Margaret Marchaterre/Cornell University/Reuters)

There are fish that sing. Or drone like a bunch of loud kazoos, anyway. People living in houseboats in the San Francisco Bay have grown used to a low, strange hum that begins suddenly in the dark of the night and stops just as abruptly in the early morning. 500 more words

Daily News

HBO October schedule causes chaos

Well. That’s that mystery solved. You know. The one about my most visited page being completely unexpected, attracting an audience disinterested in anything else the blog had to say? 197 more words

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Mystery solved? The mark of the beast...

After watching this, I think you’ll agree – the ‘666’ mystery is solved.

Catholic Prophecy

Using DNA to Identify the 80 Year Old Blood of a Monarch

In 1934, King Albert I, the third King of the Belgians, fell from the rocks in Marche-led-Danes in Belgium. The fall killed him, or so the story goes, but he was a popular monarch, and a number of conspiracy theories sprung up following his death. 303 more words

Global News

Elizabeth Keen is Alive - For Now

Well it appears that my question from my previous post, was answered.

Indeed, Lizzie Keen is alive. Her death was faked with the help of Mr. 323 more words

Just For Fun

What It Is, Man

I promised that this Thursday’s Giggles & Bits post would reveal the mystery of  “What Can It Be?”

Sorry dear readers, but it is not a tortilla. 283 more words

Humor

A lollapalooza of great links to start off the week

Birth vs Battle by David Corbett suggests that conflict ain’t everything in a story.

The Cyber Exchange Principle from the Writer’s Forensic Blog explains the Locard Exchange – the basis for using forensic evidence in crime detection. 157 more words

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