Ships in the night

Good morning. It’s Thursday.

Here’s a list of Bill Gates favorite songs. Looks like Steve Jobs was right.

Scientific American is running more UFO articles. In one, John Gertz writes that the objects Navy pilots are seeing are probably robotic drones dropped off in the neighborhood by aliens to study us. In another article, Avi Loeb makes a connection between Oumuamua, the mysterious asteroid-like object that flew through the solar system in 2017, and the recent pilot sightings. Loeb believes that it’s possible that Oumuamua was a supply ship of sorts, sent to drop off the alien ships in our vicinity. These articles are much more meaty and speculative than what’s expected to be in the actual Pentagon report on military UFO sightings, due out this week.

The Steamship Authority is now stating that they did not pay the ransom on their systems. Unless they somehow obtained a decryption key, rebuilding their systems from the ground up must have been a lot of work.

A Republican investigation into election fraud in Michigan during the presidential election found no indication of fraud. “Our clear finding is that citizens should be confident the results represent the true results of the ballots cast by the people of Michigan.” And… “The committee strongly recommends citizens use a critical eye and ear toward those who have pushed demonstrably false theories for their own personal gain.” Good advice.

And a healthy breakfast should include lots of chocolate. I’m beginning to feel like Miles Monroe.

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