News Briefs 28-03-2019By red pill junkieon Thursday, March 28th Further proof the Simulation is in desperate need of a reboot. Why conspiracy theories can’t be stopped. Alex Jones is back again to his old tropes of peddling Sandy Hook conspiracy theories. Do psychedelics hold the key to social change? Is Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose a psychedelic novel? “Help us catch killers” is now the new advertising angle for DNA companies. Not sure I wanna find out Grampy is Zodiac. Scientists find genetic mutation that makes woman feel no pain. A brief history of menstruating in space. Controversial new study claims NASA’s rover found mushrooms on Mars. Former Polish president Lech Walesa shares his fears about a “possible alien invasion.” Luminous, elongated UFO sighted in Venezuela. Anthropologist claims UFOs are actually time machines from the future. Huge dark dragon seen twice in Capay valley, California. Physicists are starting to suspect physical reality is an illusion. When did humans start to get old? Ghost sighting at Wilmington Market Basket goes viral. Queen Mary: a haunting in Long Beach. Red Pill of the Day: The United States government has just declared Grindr a “national security risk.” If I were gay that would make me very proud. Quote of the Day: I have come to believe that the whole world is an enigma, a harmless enigma that is made terrible by our own mad attempt to interpret it as though it had an underlying truth. Umberto Eco Further proof the Simulation is in desperate need of a reboot.