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Guest Page Fast links to Items: Richard  –  Robert Fast links to Bios:    Robert  –  Timothy    Support The Other Side of Midnight! “The Latest News from the Titanic ….” A historian thinks it’s “incredible” that the Titanic is still claiming lives long after her dramatic sinking over a century ago …. “It’s incredible that 111 years after the Titanic herself claimed 1,500 lives, on 15 April 1912, that now the Titanic has claimed another five souls in this catastrophe,” British historian and television presenter Tim Maltin said. Five “tourist explorers” of the Titanic lost their lives this week when OceanGate’s “Titan” tourist submersible imploded … a little over an hour and forty-five minutes into its two-hour dive to the 20th Century’s most infamous shipwreck. One looming question has been “why do people pay over a quarter million dollars — and these, their very lives — just to gaze upon […]

Guest Page Fast links to Items: Richard  –  Ron  –  Ruggero  –  Robert Fast links to Bios:  Ron  –  Ruggero  –  Robert  –  Kynthea  –  Timothy  –  Keith   Support The Other Side of Midnight! Has Curiosity Finally Discovered “Biological Proof”– Of Ancient Life on Mars?! “Mars rover detects carbon signature that hints at past life source ….” That’s how “the Revolution” officially … quietly … begins. In their BEST “Emily Dickinsonian” fashion (“Tell ALL the Truth … but tell it slant”), several months ago (January, 2022) the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) quietly submitted a formal scientific paper to the prestigious “National Academy of Sciences” — the ultimate “high church” of American (in fact, of ALL Earthly …) mainstream Science. It’s “tentative” conclusion: NASA’s lonely Curiosity rover, ranging across a place called “Gale Crater” for the last ten years, early in the mission — ten years ago, now!! — […]

Guest Page Fast links to Items:  Richard – Max Fast links to Bios: Max  “Here there be dragons ….” When Renaissance mapmakers [beginning with Swedish cartographer, Olaus Magnus (1490-1557)], despite their severely limited knowledge of the world — particularly, the oceans — began to fulfill the needs of Middle Ages mariners creating the first “global supply chains,” because of the lack of specifics re most parts of the planet, they would often adorn portions of those wonderfully illustrated maps with “warnings”– “Here there be monsters.” It became a fad, of sorts, and now stands as a metaphor for how little we still really know about the vast 80% of our own planet — even as we have very different kinds of “ships,” tonight, exploring the unknown surfaces of other worlds …. My guest, Max Hawthorne, has assembled an amazing range of never-before-seen evidence based on serious scientific investigations of “the mysteries […]