On my wish list *Cough*
- Climate change has made droughts more frequent since 1900.
- Space mining threatens to wreck the solar system the same way we did with our home planet.
- Will History’s Unidentified cover the more paranormal aspects of the Pentagon UFO program?
- Turkish Airlines pilot films UFO?
- Argentina: UFO tails Mirage fighter.
- Radio Misterioso did a quick interview with the late Stan Friedman, which focused more on the man’s life than UFOs. Worth a listen.
- How a German mathematician decided to devote her life to the study of the Nazca lines.
- The Voynich manuscript has been decoded… again.
- Is there a witch bottle in your house?
- Meghan Daum: My affair with the intellectual dark web.
- Celebrity biohacker Josiah Zayner is under investigation for “practicing medicine without a license.”
- This is how young blood rejuvenates old brains –in mice.
- Chernobyl is the prime example of how quickly the Earth will thrive after we remove ourselves from the picture.
- Was Nessie spotted from the air?
- Did kangaroos ever live in India?
- Red Pill of the Day: A manatee orgy in Tampa causes the most awkward traffic jam in Florida history.
Quote of the Day:
The SETI [Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence] cultists assume that interstellar travel is impossible even though they know nothing about it. They assume that aliens would send signals using technology compatible with our techniques roughly 100 years into the age of radio. There are stars less than 40 light years away that are over a billion years older than the sun. Surely their technology is more advanced. Rarely do astronomers point out how terribly wrong they have been in the past. Venus is not a tropical jungle. Mars has had water, and electromagnetic effects are very important in the solar system. Obviously if aliens are visiting, listening for signals using our technology makes no sense. So many cases of arrogance coupled with ignorance. They even would have us believe that they know how aliens would behave. They don’t understand earthlings no less aliens.
Stanton T. Friedman, on an interview for New Dawn magazine.