Sometimes when we look deeper into anomalies, we simply find ourselves…
- Searching for aliens in Andromeda.
- Is ‘Oumuamua an alien probe? SETI scientists decided to search for radio signals.
- Technosignatures are NASAs new target for detecting other civilizations in space.
- Mysterious cosmic rays shooting from the ground in Antarctica could break physics.
- A posthumous honour for the man who saved the world in 1983.
- How I made a record with 30,000-year-old bone flutes.
- Capitalism on psychedelics: the mainstreaming of an underground.
- Young brujas: long stigmatized by colonizers and the Catholic Church, indigenous forms of spirituality and witchcraft are experiencing a renaissance among Latinx millennials.
- The nine most convincing parapsychology studies ever conducted.
- The first ‘social network’ of brains lets three people transmit thoughts to each other’s minds. We’re all going to die.
- The Moon is open for business: commercial companies are proposing lunar missions at a pace the world hasn’t seen in decades. Ah shit, here we go.
- Trump administration document sees a 7-degree rise in global temperatures by 2100.
- Tuberculosis is becoming drug-resistant.
- Human-like A.I. will emerge in 5 to 10 years, say experts.
- We haven’t found aliens yet because we’ve only searched a hot tub-sized portion of the cosmos’s oceans.
Quote of the Day:
Fascist politics [focuses] on the dominant cultural group. The goal is to make them feel like victims, to make them feel like they’ve lost something and that the thing they’ve lost has been taken from them by a specific enemy, usually some minority out-group or some opposing nation.
This is why fascism flourishes in moments of great anxiety, because you can connect that anxiety with fake loss. The story is typically that a once-great society has been destroyed by liberalism or feminism or cultural Marxism or whatever, and you make the dominant group feel angry and resentful about the loss of their status and power. Almost every manifestation of fascism mirrors this general narrative.