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News Briefs 11-09-2015

“I don't know anything, but I do know that everything is interesting if you go into it deeply enough.”

Quote of the Day:

“There are the rushing waves, mountains of molecules, each stupidly minding its own business trillions apart yet forming white surf in unison.”

R. Feynman

News Briefs 10-09-2015

Damn you, Sphero! Don't you know I'm out of pesos AND galactic credits by now? Stop teasing me with your amazing Star Wars merchandise!!!

Quote of the Day:

“What does it matter how many lovers you have if none of them gives you the universe?”

~Jacques Lacan (1901-1981)

News Briefs 09-09-2015

Witness the world of wonder, weirdness and woo.

Quote of the Day:

Whatever makes you weird is probably your greatest asset.

Joss Whedon

News Briefs 08-09-2015

Information for you. I leave it to you to find meaning...

Quote of the Day:

If there is an antidote to boredom, it is not information but meaning.

Dougald Hine

News Briefs 07-09-2015


Thanks @tobadzistsini and @anomalistnews.

Quote of the Day:

In what terms should we think of these beings, nonhuman yet possessing so very many human-like characteristics? How should we treat them? Surely we should treat them with the same consideration and kindness as we show to other humans; and as we recognize human rights, so too should we recognize the rights of the great apes? Yes.

Jane Goodall

News Briefs 04-09-2015

“Those who make no mistakes are making the biggest mistakes of all — they are attempting nothing new.”

Quote of the Day:

“Spirituality means waking up. Most people, even though they don't know it, are asleep.”

A. de Mello

News Briefs 03-09-2015

  • A deadly match between 2 of the world's most venomous creatures --no, I'm *not* talking about that angry tycoon...
  • Russian idol 3 times as old as the pyramids --the ones in Egypt, you know. Because TDB has never heard of Graham's books, apparently…
  • Cracking the Maya Code: Timeline of Decipherment --Linda Schele FTW!
  • How ​Oliver Sacks helped me deal with my hallucination-inducing headaches.
  • Treating Intellectually-disabled people with anti-psychotics is pretty cray-cray --and f#$%ed up…
  • Interview with the man who was picked by Kennedy to be the first black man in space --and why he was forced to quit.
  • Seth Shostak's op-ed on UFOs is further proof the people more fanatically devoted to the ETH… are the skeptics.
  • Minneapolis deputy's 1979 UFO encounter still 'extraordinarily important' --and still more recent than YOUR 'Wow' signal, Seth!
  • When aliens stopped Terrorism.
  • Radio Misterioso with guest Paul Kimball: Canadian para-conferences, hauntings, synchronicities, and a mysterious EVP during the show!
  • A Trojan Feast's Joshua Cutchin announces his next project --I 'smell' another hit coming ;)
  • Can a video game turn you into a vegan?
  • Is the feeling that we're immortal innate in humans?
  • Be careful your love of Science doesn't turn into a religion.
  • 23 ways to tell you've read waaay too much Robert Anton Wilson.
  • Red Pill of the Day: Auschwitz museum installs gas-chamber-like showers to keep visitors cool --Banksy approves.

Thanks to Bob Ross, godfather of ASMR and master of the happy little trees.

Quote of the Day:

"Life isn't about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself"

~George Bernard Shaw

News Briefs 02-09-2015

Your Wednesday weirdness.

Quote of the Day:

Coincidences are spiritual puns

G.K. Chesterton