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Lighten-up a bit, folks. In truth, nothing we say or do here will make one bit of difference to anyone except us, with the possible exception of Greg, who may write a book someday about what screwballs we all are (including him) and make the big bucks. If you read the news you will likely learn something, even if it’s not true. Have some fun here; let’s not take or ourselves too seriously. If you enjoyed an article, or if you have additional information, make a comment. If you don’t comment, we think that you’re not interested. Drop the hate and bitterness. Treat each other with dignity and respect. Enjoy, and Trick or Treat.

  • The planetary collision believed to have created the Moon may help to explain why scientists can’t agree how old the Earth’s core is.
  • New evidence about the rise of oxygen.
  • Baby mammoths suckled for years.
  • Tutankhamen’s tomb contained pitchers of red wine.
  • When sleep is an alien experience.
  • Values are on a collision course in Iran with an oil exploration team thumping the foot of Iran’s only surviving ziggurat.
  • The core values of the Vedic Culture could be the solution to a planet driven to the brink of extinction from the excesses and misuse of modern science.

  • Blue M&Ms are an evil, secret plot to take over the world.
  • Going to church makes one more wealthy. That makes Heaven full of rich people, right? I need a grant.
  • A tree growing on Rochester’s North Clinton Avenue so far has attracted several dozen believers who say they see the image of Jesus Christ on the tree’s trunk. [With pic] Neither do I.
  • Women who are educated, married or heavy are more likely to have low sex drives. It’s tempting, but I’ll refrain from comment.
  • Alien abductees prone to false memories?
  • What kind of (UK) animal makes a 6in wide and 8in long pawprint embedded in a soggy cow pat close to the mutilated sheep carcass?
  • Hindus and Christians celebrate the Festival of Lights – the Hindu feast which celebrates the victory of light over darkness, of good over evil.
  • Halloween history emerges from a Celtic Holiday, passes through Darwin, and moves on to Ingenious Design.
  • To honor those who’ve passed on to another world the Mexicans observe El Dia de los Muertos — the Day of the Dead — on Nov. 1 and 2., and welcome the spirits back for a one-day visit.
  • Eight children were killed and 45 injured when students yelling ‘ghost’ sparked a stampede on a darkened elementary school staircase.
  • The Nostradamus prophecies popular in every century.
  • Asia’s Burmese Pythons are being released and they are spreading in Everglades of Florida.
  • Tropical cloud ‘dust’ could hold the key to climate change.
  • The Australian navy denied that its ships were to blame for two mysterious mass whale strandings on Tuesday that left 130-pilot whales dead at Marion Bay in Tasmania.
  • Elephants may pay homage to the bones of dead relatives.
  • Anxiety is rising in Europe as bird flu, and rumors of it, spread across the continent.
  • Design a plant that’s impervious to extreme temperatures, drought, high radiation, and little gravity and you can take it with you on your spaceship.

Quote of the Day


If you want magic, let go of your armor. Magic is so much stronger than steel.

Richard Bach