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News Briefs 01-07-2016

Weekend groove: Buffalo Daughter, Oui Oui.

Quote of the Day:

If voting made any difference they wouldn't let us do it.

~ Mark Twain

News Briefs 30-06-2016

I'll be brief. Hehe, get it? Brief? 'Cause they're news briefs. Get me, I'm a reg'lar comedian here!

Thanks to viewers like you.

"Every day's a gift. It's just... does it have to be a pair of socks?"
- Tony Soprano

News Briefs 29-06-2016

*Pops head out of reality tunnel*
*Ducks back in*

Thanks to @catvincent

Quote of the Day:

Intelligence is the capacity to receive, decode and transmit information efficiently. Stupidity is blockage of this process at any point. Bigotry, ideologies etc. block the ability to receive; robotic reality-tunnels block the ability to decode or integrate new signals; censorship blocks transmission.

Robert Anton Wilson

News Briefs 28-06-2016

Dogpocalypse now...

Quote of the Day:

Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that.

George Carlin

News Briefs 27-06-2016

In case your day isn't turning out exactly as expected: a little perspective...

Quote of the Day:

Everybody's got a little light under the Sun.

P-Funk, 'Flashlight'

News Briefs 23-06-2016

Respect.

Quote of the Day:

Science is perhaps the most effective tool that human consciousness has yet developed with which to explore the outer universe, and yet this polished and sophisticated instrument of scrutiny is hindered by one glaring blind-spot in that it cannot examine consciousness itself.

Alan Moore

News Briefs 22-06-2016

First we feel then we fall

  • Hundreds of genes seen sparking to life two days after death.
  • The Great Pyramid of Giza is lopsided, new investigation reveals.
  • Dan Brown is paying a lot of money to digitize a library devoted to mysticism.
  • Researchers map the most common coincidences.
  • Graham Hancock and humanity’s true origins.
  • Archaeologist claims to have found a fragment from the throne of the Kings of Mycenae.
  • New life found that lives off electricity.
  • The woman with hyper-sensitive eyes.
  • Humans: the hyperkeystone species.
  • The atmosphere of Venus is more terrifying than we imagined.
  • Night vision: UFO spotting in Sedona, Arizona.
  • Caribbean Sea acts like a whistle and can be 'heard' from space.
  • Confused snake gets caught in a loop while trying to shed its skin.

Thanks to Kat

Quote of the Day:

The meandertale, aloss and again,
of our old Heidenburgh in the days when Head-in-Clouds walked the earth.

James Joyce, Finnegans Wake

News Briefs 21-06-2016

Patreon supporters: I've posted a sneak peak of the cover of the upcoming Darklore 9 for you all. Thanks for your help in keeping this site running!

Quote of the Day:

I see no wisdom in the eagerness to be found and approached by any intelligence with the ability to accomplish it from any sector of space. In the meetings between 'discoverers' and 'discoverees,' history has always given the advantage to the finders... My point is, who will come a-knocking - the trader or the tiger?

Jack Kirby

News Briefs 20-06-2016

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Thanks to @gordon_white and Mark Foster.

Quote of the Day:

People think that fascism arrives in fancy dress worn by grotesques and monsters as played out in endless re-runs of the Nazis.

Fascism arrives as your friend. It will restore your honour, make you feel proud, protect your house, give you a job, clean up the neighbourhood, remind you of how great you once were, clear out the venal and the corrupt, remove anything you feel is unlike you.

It doesn't walk in saying, our programme means militias, mass imprisonments, transportations, war and persecution.

Michael Rosen