May 11, 2018

SciXFriday - Time Bending, Inquiring, Inspiring .. the mind of 'What If' ...

Knowledge is accessed, Wisdom earned. - Talking to Nightlights

"Physicists spend a large part of their lives in a state of confusion. It’s an occupational hazard. To excel in physics is to embrace doubt while walking the winding road to clarity. The tantalizing discomfort of perplexity is what inspires otherwise ordinary men and women to extraordinary feats of ingenuity and creativity. … Nature does not give up her secrets lightly." - Brian Greene
- Thank you to Ron Brown for posting: Thoughts.pdf

Oddsnends -

  • Ouija Board Jurors believed they contacted the victim who advised they vote: "Guilty." Believe it or not. Retrial determined the same outcome. ABC
  • Quick to cast out a tip from beyond the grave? The Greenbrier Ghost suggests spirits can and do intervene. We have yet to quantify this realm of application. Appalachian History
  • On deck, Reverse aging in Dogs. Futurism Then Humans. Technology Review
  • Sewn into history, the case for Planet Nine in a tapestry. Revelation? Live Science
  • Space Vacation options. Five to choose from. Price war? Doubtful. Singularity Hub
  • "Einstein’s view of a universe that exists independent of our intentioned observation, is looking less and less likely." - Eureka Alert

Time Travel - Sci Fi short film ...

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Unconventional ambiance. Earthquake 3D Live Seismic Stream - YouTube/Dutchsinse

Wendy's Coffeehouse - 

5/13 - Victoria Alexander - Along with John, Reality Denied, she also explored incredible world mysteries. Her experiences include seeing the Ark of the Covenant and Shamanic encounters in the Amazon. Victoria helps facilitate meetings with Ron Wheelock. Interviewed 5/6  She also reviews films. Link
5/20 - Dr. Eben Alexander and Karen Newell, Living in a Mindful Universe
5/27 - Will post when confirmed.
6/3 - Nick Redfern, The Black Diary - Men/Women and paranormal/unexplained in Black.

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