Good thing I’m not a real football fan. I don’t think I could live with this kind of frustration for more than every four years…
- Complex organic molecules detected on Saturn’s moon Enceladus for the first time.
- Turns out Oumuamua was a comet after all –or an interstellar craft disguising itself as one… didn’t you see The Expanse, people??
- Space surgeries are gonna be messy A.F.
- Yes we Musk: Elon thinks it is our obligation to colonize the entire cosmos —because we may be the only ones inhabiting it.
- Roswell 2018: The most popular UFO festival in the world begins next week.
- The 2004 Nimitz ‘Tic Tac’ UFO case: Jeremy Corbell interviews Cmdr. David Fravor.
- Radio Misterioso talks to David Perkins about the mystery of cattle mutilations.
- Revell company apologizes for selling model of fictional ‘Nazi UFO’ (Want!).
- Why do so many people believe in chemtrails?
- Real or not, the ‘sonic attack’ symptoms seem to be spreading to US diplomats all around the world.
- For Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works, it’s all about getting to the prototype stage.
- Facebook’s plan of triggering quarrels between ‘friends’ and family members at the most desolate corners of the globe using solar-powered drones gets the final thumbs down.
- Scientists find an active volcano under the Pine Island glacier in Antarctica –climate change deniers hijacking discovery in 3… 2… 1…
- A stranger to oneself: Is a rare psychological condition proof the self is an illusion?
- Were Icelandic magic pants made out of human skin a real thing?
- Red Pill of the Day: RIP Troy Hurtubise, the man who dedicated his life to build a suit to fight bears.
Thanks to Greg and Chris
Quote of the Day:
In the year 2054, the entire defense budget will purchase just one aircraft. This aircraft will have to be shared by the Air Force and Navy 3-1/2 days each per week except for leap year, when it will be made available to the Marines for the extra day.
Norm Augustine’s 16th law of Lockheed Martin’s ‘Skunk Works’ design*
(*) He published them in 1984