The news is so hot, my keyboard is melting.
- Peru meteorite slammed into the ground at 15000mph and may rewrite everything we know.
- Video of a gnome in Argentina. It’s a cat wearing very tight underwear.
- Inexplicata presents a roundup of recent UFO sightings in South America, as well as more on the gnome video hoax. Oh come on, it’s a hoax, don’t tell me some of you fell for it?
- In 1984 Connie Stevens died during a routine hysterectomy, and her life hasn’t been the same since.
- Brad Steiger wonders who was the mysterious stranger that disappeared without a trace after saving the life of Clara Barton in 1884, founder of the American Red Cross?
- Evidence of 17th century pagan rituals in the Cornish countryside. Maybe the Argentinian gnome was cursed by a witch.
- Thirty-seven years ago, the inventor of email never imagined spam. He’s just unlucky Monty Python didn’t sing about it until 1975.
- New material on Wikileaks exposes Scientology Black Ops. Scientologists know Tom Cruise was only acting in Mission Impossible, right?
- The USAF’s F-117 Stealth Fighters will be retired soon to make way for new technology that may have buzzed Bill’s ranch in Texas last night.
- Strategic Global Trends is contracted by the UK’s MoD to provide a detailed analysis of the next 30 years. Damn, I had a dinner date planned in 2018.
- Traces of pharmaceutical drugs — including antibiotics, antidepressants, and sex hormones — found in US drinking water.
- A dolphin rescued two beached whales in New Zealand. I was astral dreaming.
- Does an increase in jellyfish in the world’s oceans coincide with USOs: Unidentified Submerged Objects? It’d make James Cameron’s 1989 classic The Abyss very prescient (Amazon US or UK).
- The Geometry of Music: chordal music can be represented in higher-dimensional space. It’s Where the Streets Have No Name.
- Here’s the website of Dmitri Tymoczko, researcher of chord geometry and musical dimensions.
- The Axum Obelisk will return to Ethiopa in September, stolen by Mussolini’s fascist troops in 1937.
- Florida State University professor exploring a ‘lost’ city of the Mycenaeans.
Thanks to Ross, who thanks Red Pill Junkie, who thanks Greg, who thanks Kat. It’s Dr Seuss time.
Quote of the Day:
The ability to perceive or think differently is more important than the knowledge gained.