…And you thought our telenovelas were too long and overly dramatic.
- Disaster prepping has become mainstream again.
- Wearing masks with exhalation valves is really a bad idea.
- San Francisco just banned natural gas in new buildings. But how are Silicon Valley execs gonna heat up their pools and jacuzzis now?
- Central Florida to build aviation facility for Jetsons-like ‘flying cars‘. With Florida it’s not The Jetsons but Wacky Races that comes to mind.
- Now you can own the first space selfie taken by Neil Armstrong.
- You could also own the NYC rooftop where John Lennon claimed to spot a UFO.
- Cluster of UFOs –or drones– filmed in Dallas.
- The UFO phenomenon as an hyperobject.
- What was Bigelow’s “Center for Advanced Cognitive Science”?
- Florida brewery honors Brooksville’s UFO history with a limited release beer.
- NASA says our galaxy could have at least 300 million habitable planets.
- Turning scrapped rockets into space stations.
- Skipper thinks Nessie is an eel after spotting creature on sonar.
- An interview with Shelli Renée Joye, author of the book The Electromagnetic Brain.
- Military carrier pigeon message turns up 110 years after it was sent. Still faster than regular Mexican mail.
- Red Pill of the Day: Those wacky Spanish art restorers are back at it again!
Quote of the Day:
If there is one fact we really can prove, from the history that we really do know, it is that despotism can be a development, often a late development and very often indeed the end of societies that have been highly democratic. A despotism may almost be defined as a tired democracy. As fatigue falls on a community, the citizens are less inclined for that eternal vigilance which has truly been called the price of liberty; and they prefer to arm only one single sentinel to watch the city while they sleep.