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October 2, 1851

On October 2, 1851, French occultist Jacques-Toussaint Benoit built and tested a pasilalinic-sympathetic compass. Benoit claimed that when snails mated, they formed a permanent telepathic link and that link based upon animal magnetism would work instantly, wirelessly, over any distance … Continue reading

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September 27, 2020

On September 27, 2020, ticket sales and profits continue to plummet at the Ark Encounter, a biblical theme-park in Williamston, Kentucky due to the Corona virus. Not because the Ark Encounter is based upon pseudoscience that is easily disproved. The … Continue reading

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