News Briefs 10-10-2013By red pill junkieon Thursday, October 10th Ohmygodohmygodohmygod! Just one week left ’til Paradigm!! Higgs finally gets his Nobel prize. Science finally confirms what pet owners have known all along: Dogs are people, too. 5 ways Monsanto wants to profit from Climate Change. Makes you wonder why Bill Hicks never mentioned them in his acts. By 2047 coldest years may be warmer than hottest in the past. Let’s hope that by then at least we’ll know the truth about Roswell… Fluorescent green UFO photographed over Whiteshill, UK [More] UFO video over Hong Kong captured by former TV reporter. Is Mothman making its rounds over Santiago, Chile? Is the Crosshouse at Miringa Te Kakara evidence of an advanced Paleolitic civilization? Wiiiilma! Most of the oldest cave paintings were done by women. The geographical development of World War II, in 7 minutes. There’s a salmonella outbreak reported in eighteen states of the US union, while the government is still shut down. Your taxpaying dollars at work, America: NSA’s brand-new data center in Utah is melting. Magilla Mageller gorilla: Uri wants a gorilla statue made out of spoons. Would he settle for a primal kettlebell? New species of owl discovered in Oman. But is this a good or a bad omen? The Absolute Elsewhere: A much-deserved homage to the life of Freeman Dyson, who this year turns 90. Red Pill of the Day: ‘Tis what everybody wants… Thanks to Rick & Jared. Quote of the Day: “A genius is someone who as a child acts like a grown-up, and as a grown-up acts like a child.” ~George Dyson, son of Freeman Dyson.