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Publish Date : 2021-04-07 13:26:32
he Internet Archive wants to digitize everything. “We want to collect4

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oonshine is called rotgut for a reason. The Czech Republic is issuing a ban on all alcoholic drinks with a 20% or higher alcohol content in the wake of 20 deaths. That means anything above 40 proof is off the menu for the Czechs.

The culprit in this case is bootleg brand-name liquor. This knockoff industry is as ubiquitous as fake purses on street corners in New York City, but much more dangerous. Sold in the same packaging as the real stuff, modern bootleggers fill their bottles with cheaply produced alcohol that can, in some cases, become contaminated with methanol.

From The New York Times:

“Police officials said they believed the alcohol that was laced with methanol, a chemical used in industrial items like fuel and antifreeze, had been sold at a discount using fake labels from at least two Czech liquor makers in bottles that were not properly sealed and were labeled as vodka or other local spirits. The poisoning does not appear to have been intentional but rather a byproduct of illicit distributors trying to squeeze profits, officials said.”


Often the only noticeable warning sign that victims might detect is a strange taste to their cocktails. If identified soon enough, doctors can treat the condition with the drug fomepizole, but with such high stakes, it’s safe to say that the Prohibition in Prague makes sense.

he Internet Archive wants to digitize everything. “We want to collect all the books, music and video that has ever been produced by humans,” said Brewster Kahle, the site’s founder, to The New York Times. It may not be the full sum of all human endeavor and output, but it’s pretty darn close. That goal has inched ever closer to reality: the charity announced that starting today, it had archived television news from the past three years—ALL the television news. The Times:

As of Tuesday, the archive’s online collection will include every morsel of news produced in the last three years by 20 different channels, encompassing more than 1,000 news series that have generated more than 350,000 separate programs devoted to news.

… Many conventional news outlets will be available, including CNN, Fox News, NBC News, PBS, and every purveyor of eyewitness news on local television stations.

The video archives are searchable through the the accompanying closed caption text. The new roster of TV news adds to the existing archive, a collection which aims to include the the past 15 years of the internet. Yes, ALL of the internet.


This 1,600-year-old, 1.5-inch-by-3-inch, scrap of paper may be the only known text to depict a married Jesus. Image courtesy of Karen King.

Today, in Rome, researcher Karen King announced a discovery of a 1600-year old piece of papyrus, no bigger than an ATM card, that will likely shake up the world of biblical scholarship.

Smithsonian magazine reporter Ariel Sabar has been covering the story behind the scenes for weeks, tracing King’s steps from when a suspicious email hit her inbox to the nerve-wracking moment when she thought the entire presentation would fall apart. When Karen L. King, the Hollis professor of divinity, the oldest endowed chair in the United States and one of the most prestigious positions in religious studies, first translated the Egyptian language of Coptic on the scrap of paper, a few lines jumped out:

The fragment’s 33 words, scattered across 14 incomplete lines, leave a good deal to interpretation. But in King’s analysis, and as she argues in a forthcoming article in the Harvard Theological Review, the ‘wife’ Jesus refers to is probably Mary Magdalene, and Jesus appears to be defending her against someone, perhaps one of the male disciples.

‘She will be able to be my disciple,’ Jesus replies. Then, two lines later, he says: ‘I dwell with her.’

The papyrus was a stunner: the first and only known text from antiquity to depict a married Jesus.

But King is quick to pump the brakes on assigning any biographical importance to these words—the text was most likely written in Greek a century or so after Jesus’ crucifixion before being copied into Coptic a few centuries later. The author is unknown. King will also be the first to admit that her theories about the text’s meaning are based on the assumption of the document’s authenticity—something she is sure will be a hot topic of debate in the coming months. No chemical analysis has been run on the fragment and until then, King’s article, provocatively titled, “The Gospel of Jesus’s Wife,” will operate under the assumption that the document is unaltered and genuine.

What’s most important about this discovery, King says, is not whether the historical Jesus was actually married, but what it tells us about early groups of Christians:

What it does seem to reveal is more subtle and complex: that some group of early Christians drew spiritual strength from portraying the man whose teachings they followed as having a wife. And not just any wife, but possibly Mary Magdalene, the most-mentioned woman in the New Testament besides Jesus’ mother.

The questions a text like this raise are where the revelation lies: Why is it that only the literature that said he was celibate survived?  Were texts written in Coptic by early Christians whose views had become less popular lost in the shuffle or were they silenced? And how does this factor into longstanding Christian debates about marriage and sexuality? The article continues:

“Though King makes no claims for the value of the ‘Gospel of Jesus’s Wife’ as, well, a marriage certificate, she says it  ‘puts into greater question the assumption that Jesus wasn’t married,’ she told . It casts doubt ‘on the whole Catholic claim of a celibate priesthood based on Jesus’ celibacy. They always say, ‘This is the tradition, this is the tradition.’ Now we see that this alternative tradition has been silenced.”

Often the only noticeable warning sign that victims might detect is a strange taste to their cocktails. If identified soon enough, doctors can treat the condition with the drug fomepizole, but with such high stakes, it’s safe to say that the Prohibition in Prague makes sense.

he Internet Archive wants to digitize everything. “We want to collect all the books, music and video that has ever been produced by humans,” said Brewster Kahle, the site’s founder, to The New York Times. It may not be the full sum of all human endeavor and output, but it’s pretty darn close. That goal has inched ever closer to reality: the charity announced that starting today, it had archived television news from the past three years—ALL the television news. The Times:

As of Tuesday, the archive’s online collection will include every morsel of news produced in the last three years by 20 different channels, encompassing more than 1,000 news series that have generated more than 350,000 separate programs devoted to news.

… Many conventional news outlets will be available, including CNN, Fox News, NBC News, PBS, and every purveyor of eyewitness news on local television stations.


“Though King makes no claims for the value of the ‘Gospel of Jesus’s Wife’ as, well, a marriage certificate, she says it  ‘puts into greater question the assumption that Jesus wasn’t married,’ she told . It casts doubt ‘on the whole Catholic claim of a celibate priesthood based on Jesus’ celibacy. They always say, ‘This is the tradition, this is the tradition.’ Now we see that this alternative tradition has been silenced.”

Often the only noticeable warning sign that victims might detect is a strange taste to their cocktails. If identified soon enough, doctors can treat the condition with the drug fomepizole, but with such high stakes, it’s safe to say that the Prohibition in Prague makes sense.

he Internet Archive wants to digitize everything. “We want to collect all the books, music and video that has ever been produced by humans,” said Brewster Kahle, the site’s founder, to The New York Times. It may not be the full sum of all human endeavor and output, but it’s pretty darn close. That goal has inched ever closer to reality: the charity announced that starting today, it had archived television news from the past three years—ALL the television news. The Times:

As of Tuesday, the archive’s online collection will include every morsel of news produced in the last three years by 20 different channels, encompassing more than 1,000 news series that have generated more than 350,000 separate programs devoted to news.

… Many conventional news outlets will be available, including CNN, Fox News, NBC News, PBS, and every purveyor of eyewitness news on local television stations.

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