Remember when we were kids and the only thing we ever worried about was a nuclear holocaust? Good times…
- Locust plague of “Biblical proportions” hits Argentina.
- Five wild facts about the Saharan dust plume that is about to hit North America.
- Saharan dust may help fuel red tide in Gulf of Mexico, study finds.
- Spikes of new coronavirus cases in Florida, Arizona, Oregon and other Southern and Western states in the US can be traced back, ‘shockingly’ enough, to the Memorial Day reopening.
- A team of appointed fact checkers approved a Facebook post written by a White House connected group who claims we need to burn more fossil fuels. This is how it happened.
- Drought reveals traces of ancient Roman structures in Wales.
- Psychopomps: tour guides to the afterlife.
- Cryptic 30,000-year-old burial cave reveals special afterlife treatment, long before the Egyptians.
- New DNA analysis reveals ancient Scythian warrior was a 13-year-old girl.
- New species of monkey found ‘hiding in plain sight’.
- Researchers destroy cancer cells with ultrasound treatment.
- New documentary series spotlights the famous Brown Mountain lights.
- Keith Basterfield evaluates Marco Rubio’s Senate Committee report which includes mentions of UAPs.
- Buck Nelson and the downhome visitors from Venus.
- Photo analysis of the latest Loch Ness monster picture –which turned out to be fake.
- Red Pill of the Day: Police wrongly arrested a black man using facial recognition technology which notoriously misidentifies people of color.
Thanks to Greg and Steven.
Quote of the Day:
There is a world beyond ours, a world that is far away, nearby and invisible.