You guys, we finally had *our* MJ-12!
- Big Pharma company Pfizer accidentally discovered one of their drugs had the potential to stop the development of Alzheimer’s. And then they chose to do nothing.
- The future of Alzheimer’s treatment may lie in enlisting the immune system.
- Alex Jones expected to be deposed in Sandy Hook case.
- NASA’s ‘impossible EM drive’ finally gets a real test.
- Jack Brewer: TTSA and uncritical reporters.
- Tom Delonge’s self-described origin story for TTSA indicates his job is to bring good PR to the Military Industrial complex and the Intelligence community apparatus.
- Meanwhile DeLonge gets interviewed by Rolling Stone, and hints at the ‘gnarly’ ending of his TV series Unidentified.
- British MoD releases the final batch of UFO ‘X files’, finishing an 11-year declassification process.
- USOs and not UFOs, have been the greatest threat to the Navy.
- The FBI has published its cache of Bigfoot files. Only those files had already been available at The Black Vault.
- Humans have been crafting stone tools for 2.6 million years.
- Archaic and postmodern, today’s pagans challenge our ideas about religion.
- Oakland in California decriminalizes magic mushrooms and peyote.
- On BBC Four, Philippa Perry explores the 1890s, when the first modern inventions went hand in hand with a deep belief in the paranormal.
- Predicting the quantum jumps of the Shcrödinger cat.
- Red Pill of the Day: Powerball winner of $344 million used numbers he got from a fortune cookie.
Thanks to Rick.
Quote of the Day:
All phenomena are real in some sense, unreal in some sense, meaningless in some sense, real and meaningless in some sense, unreal and meaningless in some sense, and real and unreal and meaningless in some sense.
Robert Anton Wilson