(How did musicians from the early 80s come up with the song)? Either the PTB are manufacturing an alternate reality to go along with the Anunnaki story or we're in for one heck of a ride. 'Only a Lad' is my all-time favorite song - will have to re-search these dudes again, connected.
Quote from the article:
"In that case, maybe our best strategy is to lead lives that amuse our audience, in the hope that our simulator-gods will resurrect us in the afterlife of next-generation simulations."
Ancient times of the Sirens. Beau Music, meant to 'InSpire' Consciousness. Chalk a point up for Oingo Boingo.
Here's Mark, the 'sugar mountain' of spy data, Zuckerburg (check his grandchild status w/ Rockefeller):
Review by Kouassi6 years ago
Really informative and interesting to acquire scientific knowledge.
Review by Aureen7 years ago
Interesting, informative, topical read for the lay person.
What's not to like?
Review by Jayesse7 years ago
Science and technology news.
Review by Mrdac Ramadass8 years ago
good informative blog
Review by Kyotay Angombe10 years ago
Discover is a popular monthly science magazine published in the USA and which has a website of its own at http://www.discovermagazine.com. But I'm over at the blogs, for which the link is http://blogs.discovermagazine.com, and specifically at a blog entitled "Bad Astronomy" at http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/badastronomy/.
Unfortunately I can't demonstrate this at the time of writing, as the SiteJabber system doesn't permit the display or review of anything at a URL with more that the prerequisite two forward slashes. So I apologize if you were expecting a review of all the blogs at the blog homepage, as I'm only plugging the one.
Bad Astronomy is, naturally, written by the bad astronomer, otherwise known as Phil Plait, a professional astronomer who's been involved in the subject since he was a teenager, went on to work on the Hubble telescope, amongst other things, and who now lectures on the subject and has authored a couple of books, the latest of which is all about the various ways the world is likely to end. His original homepage is still online at http://www.badastronomy.com, but his blog has moved over to the Discover domain.
Bad Astronomy doesn't imply that Phil is indeed a bad astronomer; as the original site was created to expose bad astronomy rather than to practice it, and to debunk faulty science and speculation and distinguish them from the real thing. The writer is a skeptic who stands behind evidence-supported disciplines and regards alternative medicines and speculative pseudo-scientific theories (cough 2012 cough) with contempt until he's proven wrong.
But whether you agree with his opinions or not, he's a very easy writer to read, his posts are almost always interesting and he positively glows with enthusiasm for science and of course, astronomy in particular. This is a man who gets more excited over seeing rocks on the Moon than watching a Star Trek movie, and while you're sharing the experience with him, maybe you'll understand why.
Review by Crednumberfour11 years ago
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