It being a leap year, I just had to do some honorable mentions, and indeed, this week there were quite a few. So again permit me to thank all of you who send along articles you find interesting. Here are some of this week's "close calls":

P.S.J. sent this one along, and I've wondered the same thing myself, or if in fact there is an active campaign to withhold such results:

Are Physicists Too Dismissive When Experiments Give Unexpected Results?

V.T. spotted this story about the extradition of Julian Assange:


Jon Rappoport's take on corona virus:

M.W. shared this story about Russia's agricultural surge:


And M.W. also shared these about CRISPR, and octupuses (one of my favorite animals):



And B. shared this about the Philip Haney Death:

By way of some background on Mr. Haney, this was shared by R.B.:


And none other than C.A.F. shared these two articles about the "plot against art":

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. DanaThomas on March 5, 2020 at 2:40 am

    When you think that Russia has lost the Ukraine “breadbasket”, the wheat export figures are a phenomenal achievement.

  2. zendogbreath on March 1, 2020 at 11:32 pm

    So it looks like the modus operandi is to attack the population in the mist polluted places with 5g on top of the pollution and call it covid19. Have we seen claims of cv19 in places different than this?

  3. marcos toledo on March 1, 2020 at 2:29 pm

    May I add to your tidbit list an article from Collective-Evolution on the US Navy taking out a patent on antigravity date of article February 29,2020. Shades of Ben Rich and others is the cat finally being let out of the bag.

  4. Robert Barricklow on February 29, 2020 at 6:25 pm

    I too am fascinated by octopus/cuttlefish.
    The octopus was featured in the new updated Andromeda Stain/ Evolution. Focusing on alien intelligence by way of the arm brains that work independent of a centralized brain.
    No doubt, now “they’ll” summon Deep AI w/Deep Learning and a few qubits to construct a new digitized tentacled intelligence/combined w/Iot; the Earth’s electric skin; the clouds of platform monopolies; and all the other usual digital dystopian suspects.

    Highly abstracted?
    What a Sherlockian deduction!

    I feel for those intelligent beings new found fame w/the white lab coated crowd. They’ll soon find themselves being probed by another kind of intelligence; definitely alien, and, perhaps more alien – than even the octopuses they are studying.

    • Robert Barricklow on February 29, 2020 at 6:30 pm

      By the way, I sped read the book.
      Too bogged down w/pushing their own perspective.

      • Robert Barricklow on February 29, 2020 at 6:39 pm

        Oh, and while I’m at it; your new book:
        McCarthy, Marshall, and The Other International
        is beyond stellar!
        I’m halfway through and reading very slowly.
        So much to digest and ponder.
        Thought provoking; to say the least!
        Thank God, there are still authors around like yourself.

        Recently, I’ve had a paradigm shift in my thinking of FDR and the subsequent administrations.
        This book really solidifies that new ground.

  5. Robert Barricklow on February 29, 2020 at 12:13 pm

    I’m going w/the 5G as the killer; and the corona virus as the fall guy[the cover story].

    • supernumerary on March 1, 2020 at 9:24 pm

      Pretty good bumper sticker embedded in that comment, Robert.

  6. Robert Barricklow on February 29, 2020 at 11:33 am

    Of course, the death of the DHS whistleblower has some of the telltale signs of a masonic signature.
    They certainly want others to know: be scared we’re invincible; or, have magic bullets, will travel.
    At least, in my minds eye, that’s the frame I now read these deaths. Silly rituals in secret societies that want power and control. I really don’t subscribe to their dark secrets; or, wannabe Duck Rogers in the 24 1/2 century – because it comically showcases their dystopian, cross-eyed, hell-bent point-of-view/inhuman.

    Is this corona virus one of their own recent black cauldron brews?

    • Robert Barricklow on February 29, 2020 at 11:40 am

      Apparently he followed a trail of particularly nasty bugs and found the nest; his very own DHS!
      Of course, it’s one shooter.
      How do they know that?
      It’s in the script, Silly!

      • Robert Barricklow on February 29, 2020 at 11:59 am

        He was assigned to the IRU of the Homeland Security
        See? Dystopian humor personified in both; Homeland Security, Nazi Fatherland/IRU.
        Of course now, the dead man; speaks through forked-tongue, mainstream news mouthpieces. Pure magic!
        Haney was committing “truth, a forbidden revolutionary act in the new and digitally progressive version of the Fatherland.
        Apparently, Homeland Security found to many whores in Haney’s story[or, was it holes?]. Under the umbrella of the CIA, or Soros, or pick your favorite USA secret alphabet intelligence agency.
        They shut it down because it was getting to close to home/international intelligence masquerading as domestic intel.

  7. jplatt39 on February 29, 2020 at 11:29 am

    Sorry. Having read both parts of “The Plot Against Art” it is anti-semitic. Had you grown up surrounded by Jews (and wealth) as I did, you would certainly have heard such comments, but as part of a larger context where absolutely everything is on the table. During my time in New York I heard the same stuff in the same context. As a kid I also heard a lot of Yankee prejudice in my family and it took a while to understand “My friends are…” is no defense. This is so partial and biased there is no worth in it.

    Worse from my perspective, multi-culturalism is real, except obvioudsly to this woman and others like her. Angelique Kidjo, who just came through here with a remake of local band Talking Heads’ Remain in Light may not be classical, but she is speaking or an African Cultural impulse which has been influential in the West for a very long time (the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston has a figure from her native Benin of a seventeenth century Portuguese soldier). You of course attacked someone for only using Mozart in their publicity. That makes sense, and only makes sense, if you judge him by his librettos and context. I would hope we are beyond that though I would probably defend the Magic Flute mainly for inspiring Lotte Reiniger’s Papageno. Cultural Appropriation happens and is good because it is sometimes very democratic.

    There is something wrong with complaining about erasing history while maintaining such a restrictive view of culture.

    • anakephalaiosis on March 1, 2020 at 4:23 am

      At the turn of the year, the Danish monarchy vowed to resist antisemitism. They are starting to feel pressure, from Runological science.

      Therefore, anyone with an upstart Rune kingdom, will be accused of antisemitism, because the Glücksburgs don’t want competition.

      I have rock solid proof, that I have drawn the sword from the stone, and completed the Grail quest, so now I can be rightfully king.

      Druidry for Dummies is whiskey in the jar:


  8. DanaThomas on February 29, 2020 at 11:02 am

    Without going into Rappaport’s scenario according to which there may actually be no “new virus” – though briefly, this would seem imply that China is cutting off its nose in spite of its face – the “Italian WuFlu” has been reported in the country’s heavily polluted Po Valley area, now also being infested with 5G. The air in the cities is full of smog and in the countryside full of the disagreeable odours from factories and intensive farming. Various types of “safe” sludge are regularly dumped on fields and into waterways. What could go wrong?

    • zendogbreath on February 29, 2020 at 7:09 pm

      Looks like China’s resetting just like they did for the Olympics. Only longer term. They probably are cutting their nose off, and a bit more. They probably already have plans for getting new cuter cheaper body parts. Besides, what do they stand to lose by cutting their labor force and their manufacturing? They know by now they are never collecting all that debt from the West. They were probably planning on not paying their polluted and dying slaves the slave wages they promised, let alone any kind of pension. For some, this might be what debt jubilee looks like.

    • justawhoaman on March 1, 2020 at 8:31 pm

      I was pretty depressed about finally making it to Lake Como this September only to see that it was completely surrounded by haze so that the mountains simply did not exist. My Austrian friend, an architect who used to be the designer for the Bank of Austria, warned me that we need not go to Milan as it had become overly developed, we did drive within 30 kilometers and the haze there was even worse. Too bad because so many parts of Italy are simply breathtakingly beautiful.

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