NASA scientists detect evidence of parallel universe where time runs backward

By Yaron Steinbuch In a scenario straight out of “The Twilight Zone,” a group of NASA scientists working on an experiment in Antarctica have detected evidence of a parallel universe — where the rules of physics are the opposite of our own, according to a report. The concept of a parallel universe has been around since the early 1960s, mostly in the minds of fans of sci-fi TV shows and comics, but now a cosmic ray detection experiment has found particles that could be from a parallel realm that also was born in the Big Bang, the Daily Star reported. The experts … Continue reading NASA scientists detect evidence of parallel universe where time runs backward

The Rijksmuseum Has Released a 44.8 Gigapixel Image of Rembrandt’s The Night Watch

posted by Jason Kottke   One of Rembrandt van Rijn’s most iconic paintings The Night Watch is currently undergoing restoration at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. As part of the effort, the team took hundreds of photographs of the Dutch master’s painting and stitched them together into a massive 44.8 gigapixel image, which they have released online in a zoomable interface. The level of detail available here is incredible. Here’s the max zoom level on the right eye of the gentleman in the middle, the captain of the company that paid Rembrandt to do the painting: Crazy right? You can see the brushstrokes better than if … Continue reading The Rijksmuseum Has Released a 44.8 Gigapixel Image of Rembrandt’s The Night Watch

SUSPICIONS RAISED OVER COVID-19 TESTS AFTER A FRUIT REPORTEDLY TESTS POSITIVE FOR VIRUS

by Matt Agorist, The Free Thought Project Waking Times Last month, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention made headlines with a blunder of epic proportions. According to a report by the Food and Drug Administration, two of the three CDC laboratories in Atlanta that created the coronavirus test kits violated their own manufacturing standards, resulting in the agency sending tests that did not work to nearly all of the 100 state and local public health labs. What’s more, the CDC was found to be sending out tests contaminated with the actual virus. Testing for COVID-19 has been notoriously suspect and embroiled … Continue reading SUSPICIONS RAISED OVER COVID-19 TESTS AFTER A FRUIT REPORTEDLY TESTS POSITIVE FOR VIRUS

“So what?” Brazil’s Bolsonaro shrugs off surging number of coronavirus deaths

by: Arsenio Toledo (Natural News) A journalist asked Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro regarding the 5,000 coronavirus (COVID-19) deaths in the country. In response, Bolsonaro said: “So what? I’m sorry. What do you want me to do?” This response has ignited a firestorm of controversy over the country’s response to the global pandemic. “My [middle name] is Messiah. But I can’t work miracles,” he added. Noted personalities all over Brazil voiced their disagreement and anger at Bolsonaro over his comments. Scriptwriter Mariliz Pereira Jorge said “It’s a mockery. An insult. It is intolerable.” Political commentator Bernardo Mello Franco wrote that Bolsonaro wants to turn the … Continue reading “So what?” Brazil’s Bolsonaro shrugs off surging number of coronavirus deaths

As Covid-19 ‘Treatment’ Loses Its Luster, Trump Floats Nonsense

In our weekly news roundup: Hydroxychlorquine fades, Trump floats more nonsense, U.N. warns of famines, and more. BY MICHAEL SCHULSON AS U.S. deaths from the coronavirus pandemic reached 46,000 and total unemployment claims topped 26 million, President Donald J. Trump urged researchers to study whether applying ultraviolet light or chemical disinfectants inside the body could kill SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19. “I see the disinfectant where it knocks it out in a minute,” the President said during a White House briefing on Thursday, following a presentation of data confirming that bleach and isopropyl alcohol neutralize the virus when it’s present on surfaces. “Is there a … Continue reading As Covid-19 ‘Treatment’ Loses Its Luster, Trump Floats Nonsense

Newly Found Scripture Reveals Buddha Gave Remote Sermon, Struggled with A/V Issues

“Thus have I (mostly) heard” By Matthew Abrahams Archaeologists in India’s Bihar State this week unearthed what they believe to be a Buddhist sutra from the 1st century CE, which depicts the Buddha telecommuting to deliver a sermon to his followers. In the scripture, the Buddha’s attendant Ananda recounts a time when his teacher was traveling in a distant land but still wished to address the sangha. While much of the text has been damaged, researchers say that it appears to describe the Buddha miraculously projecting his image and voice onto a screen at a monastic hall, where disciples had gathered … Continue reading Newly Found Scripture Reveals Buddha Gave Remote Sermon, Struggled with A/V Issues

The Trump O’Clock Follies

The President’s mendacious nightly press briefings on the coronavirus will go down in history for their monumental flimflammery. By Susan B. Glasser During the Vietnam War, the United States had the Five O’Clock Follies, nightly briefings at which American military leaders claimed, citing a variety of bogus statistics, half-truths, and misleading reports from the front, to be winning a war that they were, in fact, losing. Richard Pyle, the Associated Press’s Saigon bureau chief, called the press conferences “the longest-playing tragicomedy in Southeast Asia’s theater of the absurd,” which, minus the “Southeast Asia” part, is not a bad description of the … Continue reading The Trump O’Clock Follies