Well, that’s one way not to be neuralized by the Illuminati: “…the creator of the “Storm Area 51” event, Matty Roberts, is looking to change things up a bit and is turning the meet up into a festival for alien enthusiasts to get together and hang out, and he’s calling it Alien Stock.” Yes, yes, I know that they’re spelling it with two words. But if you’re going to derive something’s name from ‘Woodstock,’ you have to make it all one word.
…Unless that’s supposed to be ‘stock’ as in ‘stock pen.’ Which would mean that the aliens are planning to swoop in and beam all of the attendees away to their worldships for involuntary calorie redistribution. In which case… avoid Rachel, Nevada between September 19th to 22nd, I guess.
Site for this very, very 2019 sort of thing here.
PS: KEEP WATCHING THE SKIES!
Ever get the feeling that these people are starting to run out of arguments?
It may not rank as the most compelling reason to curb greenhouse gases, but reducing our emissions might just save humanity from a pre-emptive alien attack, scientists claim.
Watching from afar, extraterrestrial beings might view changes in Earth’s atmosphere as symptomatic of a civilisation growing out of control – and take drastic action to keep us from becoming a more serious threat, the researchers explain.
Note that the people that I’m really sneering at are the people at The Guardian who somewhat tortured what was a moderately innocuous paper on the range of First Contact scenarios into a ZOMG STOP RELEASING CARBON DIOXIDE OR THE ZETA RETICULANS WILL COME AND ANALLY PROBE OUR BRAINS.
No, that isn’t actually a non-sequitur: I have it on excellent authority that the anterior region of the body is indeed where the average Guardian employee keeps his or her cerebral cortex.
Via Hot Air Headlines.
No, seriously: what is that? I know that they’re suggesting a malfunctioning missile, but since when to malfunctioning missiles shoot out blue-green rays for minutes at a time?
Seriously weird. On the bright side, at least nobody went blind. Which may be more than one can say about the results of watching that miniseries.