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News Briefs 07-06-2017

Nostalgia...

Quote of the Day:

Do anything, but let it produce joy.

Walt Whitman

News Briefs 06-06-2017

2017, illustrated...

Thanks to Anomalist News.

Quote of the Day:

It has become more and more obvious that there is one political party in America, and that is The Business Party.

Bill Hicks

News Briefs 05-06-2017

The woodpeckers are not what they seem...

Quote of the Day:

It’s much, much harder to terrorise a population into submission than official and unofficial purveyors of mass violence always think it is. Normality isn’t a fixed state but a spectrum with a remarkably wide range. Terrorists are contemptible for many reasons, but one of them is the stupidity of not knowing this. They try to magnify themselves with epic acts of cruelty. In the end they are diminished and defeated by the strange ability of human beings to step around the pools of blood, keep going and forget.

Fintan O'Toole

News Briefs 02-06-2017

“Thence we came forth to rebehold the stars.”

Quote of the Day:

“When I had journeyed half of our life's way, I found myself within a shadowed forest…”

Dante Alighieri

News Briefs 01-06-2017

Let them drink covfefe.

  • CRISPR may not be the genetic magic bullet we all hoped for.
  • Astronomers may finally have the first picture of a black hole.
  • Meet Stratolaunch: The world's biggest plane, designed to release satellite-carrying rockets into space.
  • NASA's 1st mission to the Sun launches next year.
  • Former pilot for JFK claims he talked about UFOs with him.
  • District 9 director Neil Blomkamp's new project is sure to delight David Icke fans.
  • When UFOlogy starts to resemble a D&D game session.
  • UK's The Mirror runs a story on how Peter Robbins had a huge falling out with Left at East Gate's co-author Larry Warren.
  • Supernatural Staffordshire: Perception and the shadow of fear.
  • A.I. researchers think transparency in their work is cumbersome, despite the threat of catastrophic outcomes.
  • How a brain tumor gave Pat Long a persistent state of deja vu --along with a unique perception of how memory works.
  • The 6 most mysterious unsolved murders of all time.
  • *Sigh* if only white supremacists could get their History right, for a change…
  • Are flat earthers being actually serious?
  • Red Pill of the Day: That time when Hunter S. Thompson ran for sheriff of Aspen, Colorado.

Thanks to the re-framers of debates.

Quote of the Day:

"My ego every day is more and more polite. I tame it."

~Alejandro Jodorowsky

News Briefs 31-05-2017

Preachin'...

Thanks to Cult of Weird.

Quote of the Day:

I put things in probabilities, not absolutes... My only originality lies in applying this zetetic attitude outside the hardest of the hard sciences, physics, to softer sciences and then to non-sciences like politics, ideology, jury verdicts and, of course, conspiracy theory.

Robert Anton Wilson

News Briefs 30-05-2017

Seeing double...

Thanks Baldrick.

Quote of the Day:

Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart.

Steve Jobs

News Briefs 29-05-2017

Free your mind, and your ass will follow...

Quote of the Day:

There's a reason you separate military and the police. One fights the enemies of the state. The other serves and protects the people. When the military becomes both, then the enemies of the state tend to become the people.

William Adama, "Battlestar Galactica"