Today, a young man on acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration. That we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively. There is no such thing as death, life is only a dream and we’re the imagination of ourselves. Here’s Greg with the news…
- New book Secrets of the Widow’s Son (Amazon US and UK) provides educated guesses as to the content of Dan Brown’s next book. Sounds more than a little familiar…I’d take issue with it being an “unprecedented book concept”, considering I published Da Vinci in America in December last year…
- Inside the Masons (four pages, navigation at bottom of story copy).
- Companies have already started lining up for Mars mining contracts. I could remember it for them wholesale.
- Martian volcanoes may be active.
- Neil Armstrong says that Mars voyage may be easier than Moon trip.
- Brazilian UFO magazine reopens Amazon UFO investigation.
- The politics of SETI.
- Scientists say mind over matter really does work, with positive thinking about pain acting as the equivalent of a shot of morphine.
- British media skeptics duped by comedian.
- Companies hope to cash in on Christian video game industry.
- The quest for the swamp ape.
- Doctors assess spray on skin for treatment of burns.
- Animal quiz may provide early diagnosis for Alzheimer’s Disease.
- Should labs treat chimps more like humans, considering our shared ancestry?
- In support of the argument: animals and humans share same emotions.
- ‘Sonic lasers’ to be sent to flood zone for crowd control. So thoughtful.
- The invention of the spear led to a million-year time of peace on Earth. Who needs Jesus when we’ve got spears?
- New ‘burning bullet‘ invention may solve depleted uranium problem. One day they’ll invent the perfect bullet, one that doesn’t hurt anyone at all.
- New e-reader prototype has rollable display.
- ‘Smart pegs‘ won’t let you hang out washing if rain is coming. Here’s a tip from the dark ages…trying looking outside before you hang your washing.
- Space sensors show massive surge in Chinese air pollution.
- Gender-bending chemicals may be to blame for birth anomaly near chemical plant.
- IVF treatment may produce genetically enhanced children. I’ll raise an eyebrow if any Professor Xaviers are interviewed regarding this.
- Clues shed light on mystery of Peking Man.
- Cane toads are disco freaks. They make the perfect partner too, just lick their back and the party begins in earnest.
Quote of the Day:
Watching television is like taking black spray paint to your third eye.