You may have noticed last week there were no honourable mentions.  Truth to tell, Octobers are usually "heavy" months for me in terms of interviews, and that was true this month along with a host of added "daily mechanics of life," and that - not a shortage of articles - was the reason for the absence of honourable mentions: I simply had no time. But here we are with this week's honourable mentions, with our thanks once again to all of you who take the time to email and share articles.  Here's a few that came close, with our thanks to V.T., M.D. (who spotted some very interesting papers on magnetism, torsion, and the sun's photosphere), and A.F. (who found a stunning paper on crystals mimicking gravitational effects on light); L.G.L.R., J.H., T.R.,  and N.:

Pfizer's stock down, may be facing bankruptcy

(Once a lawsuit is brought or a court finding made that fraud mau have been committed, that "immunity" will evaporate  in a barrage of lawsuits....)

Hmmm... magnetic waves in the sun's photosphere:


Torsional Oscillations in a magnetic pore in the sun's photosphere

"Pseudogravity" in crystals can bend light like black holes

CBDCs: why their future is not so bright

Ponder this one carefully...:

Single-nucleotide variants within heart enhancers increase binding affinity and disrupt heart development

Era of ‘Unquestioned and Unchallenged’ Climate Change Claims Is Over

Bank of America's unrealized losses on securities rose to $131.6 bln

Ukrainian Lawmakers Vote To Ban Country's Largest Orthodox Church Body






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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".

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  1. Michael UK on October 22, 2023 at 3:02 am

    Regarding magnetic plasma waves to quote the article “The vast potential of these waves resides in their ability to transport energy and information over very large distances due to their purely magnetic nature”.
    Surely this could be an efficient medium for inter-galactic communications across the Cosmos.

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