The Budget of War site has some interesting statistics about what we spend on killing machines.
One and one half million children (1,500,000) are homeless in the United States, and even more adults are homeless.
Another Atlantis sinks under the waves; like a huge area of Antarctica seems to have done long ago.
Speaking of waves, why does a tiny moon of Jupiter, named Europa, have twice as much water on it than all of earth's oceans have?
What is up with the mystery hexagon on Saturn, or with its moon Enceladus, which is spewing water into space so as to make Saturn's outer ring?
When "hard science" is mysterious, "political science" is bound to be beyond the pale, so rebel science weekend anyone?