- UFOs in the New York Times, again: Navy pilots report unexplained flying objects.
- Something’s hiding in our outer solar system, but it might not be Planet Nine.
- Traces of extraterrestrial organic matter found in South Africa’s mountains.
- Mystery of Khufu’s ship deepens on anniversary of incredible pyramid discovery.
- 2,300-year-old bark shield found in England.
- Camera trap snaps photo of first-known albino giant panda.
- 5G health risks – under-reported and ignored.
- Or are concerns over 5G part of a Putin propaganda campaign?
- NSA creates cyberweapon. Cyberweapon gets stolen. American towns and cities come under attack from NSA cyberweapon. Good job NSA!
- The lunar goldrush is about to start…and we could exhaust the solar system within 500 years.
- ‘Holy spirit’ saves German driver from speeding fine.
- Image(s) of the Day: 11 photos of lavish pieces of jewellery from ancient Egypt.
Quote of the Day:
Digital-age influence operations are rarely about changing what people believe. They are instead about confirming what people already believe — described by Alicia Wanless and Michael Berk as a “participatory propaganda” model. This requires little of the sophistication of analogue PsyOps. In contrast, it involves flooding people with confirmation bias for a given belief, and starving them of opportunities to question and doubt other beliefs.
Zac Rogers (“The New Age of Propaganda“)