So many news updates recently, do you have room for more?
- Voyage to the stars on a sunbeam: sailing space on solar winds.
- Skeptics debunk Edgar Mitchell with same old ‘light of Venus’ nonsense.
- Meet the first Australian to earn a PhD in UFO-ology.
- Audio: question and answer session with UFO researcher Tim Good, author of Need To Know (Amazon UK) and Unearthly Disclosure (Amazon US).
- Senator John McCain requested the USAF investigate the Phoenix Lights in 1997.
- Video: the 1964 UFO encounter in Socorro, New Mexico.
- Ancient Anasazi history will be lost to oil and gas drilling in the American Southwest.
- UNESCO steps on French toes to protect the prehistoric art of the Lascaux Caves.
- Yemen tries to kick its Qat-chewing habit. Qat, not cat, and definitely not Kat.
- Animal cruelty and cat eating in China: WARNING, very disturbing photos.
- Population of lowland gorillas boosted by new discovery.
- Primates face an extinction crisis according to global study.
- Last Ice Age took only a year to freeze Europe.
- Arctic could see an ice-free summer within five years.
- Only girls are being born in a Greenland village. Polar bears and PCBs?
- Juggling can change brain structure in seven days. I can juggle one ball.
- Argentine president calls for decriminalisation of drug use.
- Interview with a lotus eater: ayahuasca, spirits, and dreams.
- Strange alchemies: seeking wisdom any which way you can.
- Towards a visionary culture: transcendental art.
- Leprechaun-alien photographed in Florida. Follow him to his pot of gold!
- Loren Coleman is insulted by “leprechaun-alien”. Post your suggestion.
Cheers Greg, Ross, and Kat.
Quote of the Day:
So here are people without electronic microscopes who choose, among some 80,000 Amazonian plant species, the leaves of a bush containing a hallucinogenic brain hormone, which they combine with a vine containing substances that inactivate an enzyme, which would otherwise block the hallucinogenic effect. And they do this to modify their consciousness.