I did pretty well on my Italian project today, so now I only have to register for classes and do one more presentation before finals. The semester is going so fast! Other than that, nothing really happened.
A Vatican researcher has rekindled the age-old debate over the Shroud of Turin, saying that faint writing on the linen proves it was the burial cloth of Jesus. Experts say the historian may be reading too much into the markings, and they stand by carbon-dating that points to the shroud being a medieval forgery.
Federal officials say they arrested a man who strapped 15 live lizards to his chest to get through customs at Los Angeles International Airport.
Scientists switched on the world’s largest atom smasher tonight for the first time since the $10 billion machine suffered a spectacular failure more than a year ago.