Wendy's Coffeehouse Podcast Archives

Aug 17, 2018

SciXFriday - River of Time, and web surfing odd, interesting and UFO

“You mean old books?" "Stories written before space travel but about space travel." "How could there have been stories about space travel before --" "The writers," Pris said, "made it up.” ― Philip K. Dick, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

OddsnEnds - 
  • Contemplating UFO, ET scenarios - Alien Disclosure (Part 2): Hybrids, Trump's Space Force YouTube. Details and more info on speakers: Alien Cosmic Expo site
  • Wall - at the edge of Space - Hydrogen mystery - NASA
  • Underwater breathing - gills for people. CNN
  • Mental Illness news: Snapchat Dysmorphia. Independent
  • Psychoenergetics - and the race for a commercial mood detector. What's your vibe? Ozy
  • Oil oozing wall, mysteries and miracles. Oddity Central 
  • Animals trying to communicate with Humans. Sign language. Cow asks for help. MSN
  • Light at the end of the foggy cloud of Mercury Retrograde. Bustle
  • Update from To the Stars Academy - The ADAM Research Project is off and running, an acronym for Acquisition and Data Analysis of Materials. YouTube.
  • UFO Archives - Aug 1951. Lubbock Lights. News.AU.
“His older self had taught his younger self a language which the older self knew because the younger self, after being taught, grew up to be the older self and was, therefore, capable of teaching.” - Robert A. Heinlein 

River Of Time Sci-Fi | English Short Film directed by GSS Santosh Kumar.
"Time travel based sci-fi/drama IndoHollywood short film made with cast and crew from Denver, USA and Hyderabad, INDIA."

Wendy's Coffeehouse Schedule - 

- Wendy - Reality is not what it seems. It's a talk show. My turn to talk. Rescheduled - Philip Smith, Walking Through Walls. Philip Smith describes growing up in 1960s Miami with his decorator father, who one day discovers he has the miraculous power to talk to the dead and heal the sick.

8/26 - Duncan Laurie, The Fascinating realm of Radionics. Musical Plants and Healing Rocks. "Plants and rocks seemed to respond in different ways to individual people who touched or played music to them. At times they appeared to play along with music and exchange signals with each other. While it was not entirely clear what we were observing or why they were taking place, the effects were impressive enough to be considered ‘radionic.’" Popular Mechanics offers an overview.

9/2 - Leslie Lupo, NDE. Book coming - Fall 2018.

Thank you for listening.
Stay curious.

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