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TIDBITS: THIS WEEK’S HONORABLE MENTIONS

May 11, 2019 By Joseph P. Farrell

This was another week that it was quite difficult to make "final calls", notwithstanding my excursion yesterday into "steampunk"!  So here are a few of the close calls, and again, my thanks to all of you who find such intriguing stories... I only wish I had the time to blog and comment about them all:

V.T. spotted this about the "hallucination machine":

Scientists Alter Consciousness Without Drugs Using 'Hallucination Machine'

K.M. found this on the Spanish elections (as I said, watch Spain too):

How a shift to the right prompted the PP’s worst election night in 30 years

K.M. also spotted this one about music and Alzheimer's:

Study: Memories of music cannot be lost to Alzheimer's and dementia

H.B. shared this one about Lockheed's F-35 being rejected by Germany(implication: they're fed up with USA, and have determined it's an unreliable ally, and therefore, watch for Germany to expand its own military equipment manufacture base, including combat aircraft):

Lockheed Exec Blasts Germany's "Retrograde Step" Of Refusing F-35 Jet

A.M. found this additional article about "asteroid disaster planning":

NASA Prepares For "God Of Chaos" Asteroid To Arrive

Charges of formal heresy leveled against Pope Francis (article shared by S.D.):

Prominent clergy, scholars accuse Pope Francis of heresy in open letter