News Briefs 22-11-2018red pill junkieThursday, November 22nd0 Comments3 min read Happy Thanksgiving, if that’s your thang. Norway becomes the first country in the world to ban deforestation –they’re gonna need sooo many rakes! Dark matter astrology: does medical data show a correlation with planetary positions? An exploding meteor may have wiped out ancient Dead Sea communities 3700 years ago. The Automata of Antiquity: Review of Adrienne Mayor’s Gods and Robots. Related: A history of artificial intelligence, from ancient Babylon to Westworld. The joint that cost us Mars: Elon Musk’s ‘weed stuff’ prompts NASA probe of Space X’s ‘workplace safety’ –somewhere in the ether Jack Parsons is laughing his Thelemic ass off. Physicists haven’t given up on the dream of a warp drive a-la Star Trek – and now they’ve come up with a far-out idea for making it happen. Bolivian tombs reveal human remains, including elongated skulls, and Inca artifacts, from 500 years ago. 5-hour presentation aired on Peruvian television to show the latest results on the 3-fingered Nazca mummies. BeWitness 2.0? Young American killed by isolated tribe that rejects any contact with the outside world. Family’s nightmare comes to a dramatic end as n’anga captures a Tokoloshe in their home. The real case of spontaneous combustion that inspired a death in Dickens’ Bleak House. The Victorian occultist accused of killing men with her mind. Scientists discover why an ant species native to Florida is fond of collecting decapitated heads –they should name it as the state’s animal! South Carolina man scammed by fake Illuminati recruiters. Red Pill of the Day: Visit the only theme park in the world dedicated to all things cheese. Thanks to Greg. And thanks to all my homies out there. Quote of the Day: The thankful receiver bears a plentiful harvest. William Blake.