Wendy's Coffeehouse Podcast Archives

Sep 21, 2018

SciXFriday - "CXL" ... Longevity limitations unforeseen. Burnt ends.

“But believe me, just because the human mind can't imagine something happening...doesn't mean it won't.” - Dan Brown, Inferno

OddsnEnds -
  • Spock's planet: Found. NBC News. 16 light years away ... and visible in the night sky.
  • Winter is coming - a sneak peak of Project Blue Book. Looking better with every preview.
  • Paranormal phenomena exists in another dimension according to Bernard Carr, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy at Queen Mary University of London:  Express. More details on that: Outer Places. Bernard Carr - on Consciousness/YouTube. [Rather than dismiss Paranormal activity due to lack of corroborating science, Carr recommends we consider the possibility the events might be part of something we don't yet understand.
  • Included in the current inability to understand department: The Yowi at Bunyip. The Fortean
  • UFO - Canada's former Minister of Defense, Paul Hellyer is the first and only cabinet-ranking official from a G8 nation to publicly state a belief in extraterrestrials. Motherboard
  • Unsung Heroes. Check out the Goldfish 'backpack hack'. The Dodo
"CXL". Live long and … ? A candle for your thoughts...

Still interested in Life Extension?
- Cryonics: Alcor
- Palo Alto Longevity Prize. Life beyond 120 years of age. [Longevity Demonstration Prize ends September 9, 2018 * Timeline to be finalized by November 15th after public commenting period ends.]

Related links:

Wendy's Coffeehouse - 
9/23 - Edd Edwards - Energy Healer demonstration and update on the new research in progress on Edd's extraordinary PK abilities - Documentary 2019/Sundance Deadline
9/30 - Healing with Crystals - Kac Young
10/7 - Ghost tales of Weston, Mo. Verna Kowertz - Owner of Main Street Galleria, is again hosting Dining with Ghosts in Weston. Highlights of some of the haunted locations on the tour and other properties with known activity past and present.

Thank you for listening!
Stay Curious. 

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