Fingers, pieces of brains, the clothes someone was buried in -- taking a memento or two from the dead apparently a lot more common than it should be.
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More summer reading fun -- this time, Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol in its Masonic and noetic science glory.
Okay, our universe seems to be an almost-infinite space, but even then, how can you not be impressed by a possible black hole that could be as big as 1 billion light years across?
Plum Island never hosted Jack, Locke or Hurley, and although it's never been "lost," it is shrouded in a bit of mystery and conspiracy theory.
From Easter Island to Waterbury, it seems as though everyone is fascinated with a big head. Where's Al Snow when you need him?
A recent examination puts the enigma of the puzzling Voynich Manuscript -- housed at Yale's Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library -- under the microscope and back in the news.
Progeria is a rare and odd genetic disorder that prematurely ages children all around the world, from Great Britain to Milford, Connecticut.