News Briefs 21-07-2011red pill junkieThursday, July 21st4 Comments3 min read Indignez-Vous! Alaskan Nessie? latest Discovery Channel program showing alleged footage of a Cadborosaurus unleashes angry rants from disappointed crypto-enthusiasts. Micah Hanks makes a plea for the study of sea monsters —but what if we disturb Ctulhu? The worst diseases you can catch underground —Gralien Report interns beware!! Most controversial CIA programs —yeah, right! where’s Montauk?? Giant undersea volcanoes found off Antarctica —at last we find how those damn Nazis power their base! New fuel discovered that reversibly stores solar energy. Welcome to the future, Marty: here’s your flying car —actually? make that two! gotta make up for the lost time. Early human ancestors found alien monolith earlier than previously thought, study shows. Parapsychology & Consciousness conference, to be held on Oct 14-16 at Atlantic University —Dean Radin, our friend Julie Beischel, and many others will be speaking. Radio Misterioso podcast, with guest Norio Hayakawa: a discussion into UFOs Area 51, Bob Lazar, & funerary karaoke. Mike Clelland wants to hear your synchronicities —if you wanna know why, listen to this podcast. Pluto has a new moon! and yet the evil astronomy cabal will not reinstate its lost planet status. Scandalous! Our home galaxy, caught doing the Twist —I hear Andromeda prefers the Cha-Cha. Statue of Caligula unveiled in Italy. How about a statue of Deep Throat? the whistle blower I mean. News Corp whistle blower found dead, so *obviously* Scotland Yard believes it isn’t suspicious. Image of the day: A picture is worth a thousand words? Red pill of the day: A bank made out of cardboard: ecological design gone wild, or unexpected honest metaphor? you be the judge. Thanks Rick, Greg & Nan. Quote of the Day: "The Western obsession with productivity has brought the world to a crisis that we can escape only with a radical break from the headlong rush for ‘more, always more’ in the financial realm as well as in Science and Technology. It is high time that concerns for Ethics, Justice and Sustainability prevail." Stephane Hessel, Time For Outrage [Amazon US & UK].