The Anomaly Archives Weekly Email Newsletter
February 2nd, 2016 – Welcome back to our new weekly email newsletter from the Anomaly Archives / Scientific Anomaly Institute in Austin, Texas. We’re highlighting recent anomalous news, upcoming events, as well as books, magazines, and researchers of note.
Book of the Week: The Manna-Machine
This book from 1978 is one of many in our collection of Ancient Astronaut Theory books. The whimsical cover features an artist’s recreation of the alleged “device” given to the Israelites (by God?) and which allegedly sustained them during their forty year journey in the Sinai Desert.
“Featured in Season One of Ancient Aliens … Sassoon and Dale’s theory posits that a machine drew in moisture from the air and through some technological means was powered by a nuclear reactor (aka the Ark of the Covenant, a topic for another day). The machine then allegedly created some sort of algae-based food.” – AncientAliensDebunked.com
Check out some more links about this book.
For this week, here are a few of the headlines that caught our attention:
- NASA’s New VASIMR Plasma Engine Could Reach Mars in 39 days
- On the Borderlands between Philosophy and Esotericism: An Interview with Gary Lachman by Aaron Cheak
- Scientists open the ‘black box’ of schizophrenia with dramatic genetic discovery
- Millennium by Paul Smith
- The Pentagon’s secret pre-crime program to know your thoughts, predict your future by Nafeez Ahmed
- Cults, Conspiracies, and the Twisted History of Sleepytime Tea
- Bigfoot in Texas – 3 Supposed Sightings Already in 2016
- Flashback 2008: David Paulides Saves the Ray Crowe Bigfoot Collection by Loren Coleman
- Flashback 1997: X-Philes on Fox 7 News (Video)
- Podcast UFO 187 with guest Paul Dean of Melbourne, Australia (Audio Interview)
- Australian UFO Researcher Paul Dean Interview, 01-27-2016 (YouTube version)
- Babylonians used geometry to track Jupiter 1400 years before Europeans
See also… other spotlighted news links below!
Scientists discover that our brain waves can be sent by electrical fields
“…it appears the brain may be using the fields to communicate without synaptic transmissions, gap junctions or diffusion.” …According to the researchers, this is evidence that the propagation mechanism for the activity is consistent with the electrical field.
“The results indicate that electric fields (ephaptic effects) are capable of mediating propagation of self-regenerating neural waves,” they write. …
If their findings, which are reported in The Journal of Neuroscience, can be expounded in further studies, it could help us to better understand how brain waves are associated with things like memory, epilepsy, and healthy physiology.
Thanks for your support! See you next week!
– SMiles Lewis / Founder
Source: Anomaly Archives eNews 2/2/2016