Back when dozens, and even hundreds, were complaining of having Morgellons, they were labeled nutters, and about the only place you could find news about it was at rense.com. But now that 'tens of thousands' have it, The Guardian is on the story like a June bug.
- Morgellons: It's a mysterious condition that affects tens of thousands worldwide. But what is it?
- Epidemics breed public disorder and violent mistrust of scientists and politicians. Speaking of epidemics...
- Enough already!: Tens of thousands march in Mexico City to protest 'drug war' that has claimed 38,000 lives since 2006.
- Loren Coleman on Geronimo and Skull & Bones. Alexandra Robbins' Secrets of the Tomb: Skull and Bones, the Ivy League, and the Hidden Paths of Power is available at Amazon US & UK.
- Nine-minute video of UFO over Australia’s Gold Coast: Giggles from newcasters, inept UFO 'expert'.
- Without doubt, one of the strangest aspects of cryptozoology, is it’s tie-in with the crop circle mystery.
- Alien sightings in Asia go into hyperdrive; It's Mars on the line, Dr. Debhanom. Video: Space aliens love Thailand.
- Five weird theories of what lies outside the universe.
- You're living in a computer simulation, and math proves it.
- Why the Doctor visits our planet so often: NASA announces there is a space-time vortex around Earth. More.
- 4.5 billion-year-old meteorite yields new mineral.
- Unearthed: A documentary treasure on the history of the internet.
- Unthinking Machines: Artificial intelligence needs a reboot.
- Boffins develop method of driving computers insane.
- Learning how the brain does its coding.
- Burundanga, the mind control drug.
- Attention deficit people may have too much brain, scientists say.
- Another case of Foreign Accent Syndrome.
- Speaking multiple languages can give you multiple personalities.
- The cognitive cost of doing things.
- Neurowear introduces pink, fluffy 'cat ears' that move in response to the wearer's brainwaves.
- Hacker group Anonymous: Sony is incompetent (and we don't steal credit cards).
- DARPA, NASA look to spawn self-building STARSHIP enterprise.
- Tuning into more solar power with nanoantennas.
- 30 years after televised spat, rival anthropologists agree to bury the hand-ax.
- Six insane stories about a magician who may have helped win World War II.
- Irresistible headline: Cambodian scarecrows keep out malicious spirits using ghost bazookas.
Big thanks to Greg and my favorite Pill.
Quote of the Day:
In 2006 Bruce Schneier wrote that the only way to beat the terrorists is to refuse to be terrorized. It’s cliché to say at this point, but yes, the terrorists have won. Until we grow a proverbial pair, stop gloating about unremarkable political assassinations and get on a fucking plane with some people who look different than we do, they will continue to win.
What’s it going to be America?
Klint Finley, in this op/ed at TECHNOCCULT.