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News Briefs 27-02-2015

"The poetry of earth is never dead."

Quote of the Day:

“Nothing ever becomes real till it is experienced.”

John Keats

News Briefs 26-02-2015

A huevo!!

Thanks to Alejandro, for forcing the Gringos to start using the letter "Ñ".

Quote of the Day:

"I am certain of nothing but the holiness of the heart's affections and the truth of imagination."

~John Keats

News Briefs 25-02-2015

I prefer a good conspiracy theory over bad science (and bad science journalism) every time!

Quote of the Day:

Where's your will to be weird?


Jim Morrison

News Briefs 23-02-2015

Mind: blown.

Quote of the Day:

Sadly, modern society has lost touch with the power of myth. We now use the word as a synonym for falsehood rather than as an expression of eternal truth.

Clyde W. Ford

News Briefs 20-02-2015

"In that book which is my memory..."

Quote of the Day:

“I saw within Its depth how It conceives all things in a single volume bound by Love, of which the universe is the scattered leaves.”

Dante Alighieri

News Briefs 19-02-2015

Keep on Grailin'!

Thanks to Chucky and Don Clemente.

Quote of the Day:

"The schizophrenic is drowning in the same waters in which the mystic swims with delight"

~Joseph Campbell

News Briefs 18-02-2015

Wonderful things...

  • Charles Fort's notes will become available shortly.
  • Vast bed of metal balls found in deep sea.
  • The inventor who has developed a sweet-smelling "fart pill".
  • Limpet teeth set new strength record.
  • This is your brain on magic.
  • Can the CIA weaponise the weather?
  • The Earth is becoming a computer visible across galactic distance.
  • Can this light make you high?
  • The 5,800-year-old remains of a man and woman buried in an embrace have been uncovered in a Greek cave.
  • Prehistoric cult sites discovered in Negev Desert.
  • The carved stone balls of Scotland.
  • Bodies into food and sewage into beer: you are the hot new thing in recycling.
  • Escher and the Droste effect.
  • Amber fossil links earliest grasses, dinosaurs and fungus used to produce LSD.
  • Just another reason for Christians to hate on dinosaurs.

Quote of the Day:

He who wonders discovers that this in itself is wonder.

M.C. Escher

News Briefs 16-02-2015

Home phone E.T...

Quote of the Day:

The power of a memory can be built through repetition, but it is the memory we are recalling when we speak, not the event. And stories are annealed in the telling, edited by turns each time they are recalled until they become little more than chimeras. People remember what they can live with more often than how they lived.

David Carr