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—Kenneth Patchen (1911-1972)

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Tuesday, January 4, 2000

The Long Now Foundation: Update "The prototype of the clock began working on Dec 31,1999, just in time to display the transition to the new year. At midnight, the date indicator changed from 01999 to 02000. The chime struck twice, to ring in the second millennium."

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The Farsight Institute | Welcome page
"Welcome to the home of Scientific Remote Viewing"

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The Association for the Study of Anomalous Phenomena

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Urban Legends Reference Pages of the San Fernando Valley Folklore Society

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EVMT Project Home Page
In 1912, Wilfrid M. Voynich (a book collector) bought a medieval manuscript (235 pages) written in an unknown script and what appears to be an
unknown language or a cipher from the Jesuit College at the Villa Mondragone, Frascati, in Italy (near Rome). Apparently, Voynich wanted to
have the mysterious manuscript deciphered and provided photographic copies to a number of experts. However, despite the efforts of many well
known cryptologists and scholars, the book remains unread. There are some claims of decipherment, but to date, none of these can be
substantiated with a complete translation.

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Lobster: Journal of parapolitics, intelligence and State Research "...Stalker, Lockerbie, Northern Ireland and Colin Wallace, British trade unions, Shooting the Pope, espionage,
disinformation, Right-wing Terrorists, anti-Labour forgeries, the fifth Man, KAL 007, the Fiji coup, MI5's
plots to smear British politicians, "Wilson, MI5 and the Rise of Thatcher", Counter-insurgency, Watergate,
Falklands conspiracy theories, JFK, DEA, Oliver North, SAS, Combat 18, MI5, CIA, DoD, conspiracies, British
nuke deployments, "Cyberspace, Secrecy and Spooks", British Fascism, the Communist threat', US Army
Intelligence LSD testing, and much more..."

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TASTE - The Archives of Scientists' Transcendent Experiences "An "online journal devoted to transcendent
experiences that scientists have reported".
It lets scientists express these experiences in a
safe space, collects and shares them to debunk
the idea stereotype that ‘real’ scientists’ don’t
have ‘spiritual’ or ‘mystical experiences’’. Taste
campaigns against the image of science that
pervades public perception."

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Sunday, January 2, 2000

Millennial Madness: 

Blame it on Dennis the Short:
"Millennial madness is too widespread to halt and an obvious indication of the greater dumbing-down of our society."

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