This week’s trialogue between Michael Garfield Shane Mauss and myself was a blast and it definitely got my wonder gland frothing, I also think there were more smiles per minute in this cast than any other episode of this show I’ve done.
Amid the global threat of terrorism, the actual attacks that occur can vary widely. Terrorists aim at different targets in different locations, and tend to be either shooting or bombing or both
If we spent as much time nurturing our passions as we do our fear, the world would be a much shiner place.
Dennis McKenna and Bruce Damer on Terence McKenna, Psychedelic Education, Inner Journeys, Initiations and More
There are a few unicorns running around who’ve figured out a way to re-appropriate the dusty old construct of academia to their own terms.
Welcome to the Matrix! Physicist Tom Campbell on Simulation Theory, Quantum Weirdness and Consciousness (PART 1)
The idea that we’re living in some sort of simulated universe makes a lot of people supremely uncomfortable. Unfortunately for them, the logic behind the simulation argument is pretty sound
This conversation goes all over the place (in the best possible way). But, if I had to boil it down, I’d say it’s all about evading the awe-sucking tentacles of society’s deeply-entrenched dogma dealers and power structures.
Microsoft released an interesting new Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology this week, but unfortunately for them the bot got a little out of hand.
Panel discussion challenges the rhetoric that national security requires that governments can access individual communications.
THIRD EYE DROPS | A New Nest for Coversational Novelty Nuggets Featuring Visual Wonderworker, Android Jones
Welcome to Third Eye Drops, a new vessel for verbal selfies within the binary fractal self-replicating algorithm at the root of reality.
It is impossible to discuss what is happening in our society without discussing technology. Technology is something that most people use, but don’t really know anything about.
Yes that’s right. Loretta Lynch, The United States Attorney General, hopes that Apple will finally see the light and comply with the demands of a Federal Court order.
Nikola Tesla, the genius inventor responsible for many modern technologies, may have attempted to communicate with aliens. He also might have submitted a patent for a flying saucer aircraft, but with the FBI seizure of his papers after his death, any evidence has gone missing.
The CIA has had to adapt recently to the ever-changing field of social media and over-sharing. By setting strict policies for new hires, the intelligence agency has crossed into the social media realm and is there to stay.
NASA’s “Unexplained Files” gained a lot of attention this week with the release of “moon music” heard on Apollo 10. However, most of what you’ve heard isn’t true.
In an effort to safeguard their customers’ privacy, Apple has refused to lend their assistance to the FBI in their investigation into the San Bernardino shooters. The FBI requested Apple create a software that would undermine the passcode installed on the shooter’s iPhone.
Looking to inspire young pioneers in the fields of science and math, these posters are an artistic rendering of a future that could include the most exotic of travel destinations.
For about two hours we discussed my book Chameleo, unconstitutional government surveillance, police harassment, invisibility technology, Freemasonry, Philip K. Dick, and related topics.
A World of Stalking Fools: Strange Tales of Homeland Security and the Future of Mass Surveillance (Part Two: Total Deniability)
Plausible deniability, so in vogue during the Watergate era, has now been supplanted by total deniability.
Relentless Rain We recently experienced the wettest December on record in Lancashire. Across the north of England, Scotland and Wales rivers burst their banks and many areas suffered devastating floods. (This post…
Like many of you, I’m still trying to find my way in 2016. The stock market is running scared. (Thanks, China.) Trump is headed for the GOP nomination. Gun show sales are…
The answer is a resounding YES! Departments all over the country should be paying attention because this is the future and it’s ready to use right now.
Doug Rushkoff has a new book, Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus: How Growth Became the Enemy of Prosperity, coming out on March 1st. Here’s a taste via Pacific Standard: Digital and robotic technologies…
Tuesday 6:25am: I slept in. In the days between Christmas and New Year’s, who doesn’t? Accordingly, it’s quiet out. REAL quiet. I’m just hoping I make gate today on ‘ol Citizen’s Cab…
It’s my last day driving before heading back east for Christmas. And I’m not feeling very well. (Cough! Cough!) Digression: Can someone help me with this “back east” thing? Are we talking…
Cortland Pfeffer & Irwin Ozborne via Waking Times Christmas has become symbolic of all that is wrong with our society. Much like the Grinch, whose heart was three sizes too small; our…