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News Briefs 25-04-2013

If Vince Neil needed heart surgery, would he do a Kickstarter My Heart to raise funds?

Quote of the Day:

Janine Melnitz: Do you believe in UFOs, astral projections, mental telepathy, ESP, clairvoyance, spirit photography, telekinetic movement, full trance mediums, the Loch Ness monster and the theory of Atlantis?

Winston Zeddemore: Ah, if there’s a steady paycheck in it, I’ll believe anything you say.


  1. Dowsing for Bombs
    The man concerned was guilty of fraud because he claimed his device was something it was not.

    However, the news coverage in the UK largely ignored the fact that this was dowsing AND the court conveniently overlooked the significant anecdotal evidence of those who used the device that it was reasonably effective – it did not work without fail BUT did so far more than random chance.

    The real story here concerns the effectiveness of dowsing in detecting anything. If any mainstream media were brave enough to follow the real story here it could change people’s perceptions and understanding of everything.

    That sounds ridiculous as I type it, and I’m no expert in dowsing (tried it with some scepticism and was surprised by the results in a number of stone circles) but I really think this is an incredible story. Just a shame that it risks connecting what would be seen as a negative story to something potentially profound.

    1. Eventually as we get a better
      Eventually as we get a better understanding of the nervous system things like dousing will not be so woo woo. Essentially the rods are responding to subtle muscle movements, and there is nothing very woo about the idea for instance that the nervous system responds to say electromagnetic radiation. We already know that microwaves can induce muscle tremors, and that underground water sources have a distinct electromagnetic signature at the surface of the land. Bioorganisms in general are vastly more sensitive than we currently realize.

      1. Bigfoot Evidence
        I am always surprised to hear writers claim that there has been no conclusive evidence as to Bigfoot’s reality, and then in the same breath mention the Patterson-Gimlin film. That film “is” conclusive evidence. It is not some circus giant in a suit. All sorts of kinetics experts have looked at that film and “concluded” that it is an unknown hominid.

  2. Christ on a Bike or at Least a Pyramid Shaped UFO
    “I think it’s clear that we’re looking at the location the ancient alien pyramid builders fed on humans.”

    Or maybe Greg if the ancient alien pyramid builders were Christ like it’s the location the humans fed on them.

  3. meteorite in the kitchen
    um…I think I saw it..before the landing. There was a meteor shower that past by the East coast of the US this past week and I was watching TV and saw a bright light streak across the sky. It looked like a meteor, it was very bright. I guess I know what it was now…

    …I honestly wish this would happen to my car, I hate it and need the money 😛

    1. Alex Jones Pile On
      I am loving all the press Jones gets now for daring to suggest false flag ops. He must have a very large audience now and having quite an effect. Obviously, he can not just be ignored.

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