Between radical opposites, always choose the Excluded Middle.
- Twitter’s Jack talks about sending Alex Jones to the kiddie corner for seven days.
- Oceans hit high temperature records, too –which is why I never stopped using the term ‘global warming.’
- Climate Change skepticism: 6 overlapping drivers.
- Scientists develop synthetic mineral which will suck CO2 from the atmosphere.
- NASA astronauts are training to learn how to fly Space X’s Dragon capsule.
- Psychedelic guru Timothy Leary believed he was a ‘continuation’ of the Great Beast, Aleister Crowley.
- Effects of psychedelic DMT ‘similar to near-death experiences.’
- Autobiography of an Instrumental TransCommunication (ITC) researcher.
- ‘UFO’ spotted over North Carolina turns out to be Goodyear blimp.
- “They’ve seen things.” You know times are a-changing when the freaking NYT writes an article about UFO contactee groups in Los Angeles…
- RIP Michael Persinger, famous for his research on the ‘God Helmet’.
- Teenager recovers after being struck by lightning (on video).
- Robots won’t take over, because they couldn’t care less.
- New therapy for treatment dementia: Sharing baseball memories –Treatment breaks down if your memory involves ‘Who’s on first’…
- American college is putting Echo dots in students’ living spaces –which sounds like the PERFECT idea for a modern horror movie.
- How Slenderman became a legend.
- Red Pill of the Day: MIT scientists solve the problem that haunted famous physicist Richard Feynman for years —How to break spaghetthi in two.
Thanks to Greg and Earthling.
Quote of the Day:
I think the critical thing about science is to be open-minded. It’s
really important to realize that the true subject matter of science is
the pursuit of the unknown.