I liked this. Spelunking - underground, references to Greek Mythology, Some corollaries with rites of initiation, the subconscious...we've a similar cast of mind, only the author is a little more articulate.

I've come to a few conclusions. Anything underground is subconscious. And very often it's part of the larger mythology of death and rebirth - Orpheus and Theseus, to go underground is to die and be reborn, and we share a few of the same conclusions...

Link: https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2019/02/getting-lost-cave-labyrinth-brain/582865/

A short and well done documentary on Granger Taylor, the Duncan BC Resident who on November 29. 1980 left behind a note for his parents telling them he was invited to board an Alien Spaceship and disappeared.

Link: https://www.cbc.ca/cbcdocspov/episodes/spaceman

An article in the Atlantic that speculates upon animals and consciousness. Not that I have any doubt, but it gives some interesting examples with amusing human correlations - for examples, fruit flies, when faced with "dim mating prospects", will seek out alcohol, and trout have been observed fake orgasms to presumably divert the sperm of inadequate suitors...

Link: https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2019/03/what-the-crow-knows/580726/

Increasingly common, as you - the consumer, really don't have any right to expect anything. And "Fool you once" is plenty enough for a lot of companies to make a great living.

Link: https://www.boredpanda.com/false-misleading-packaging-design/