Crawling in the dark
looking for the answer…
- How the Holographic Universe emerged from a fight with Stephen Hawking. God doesn’t play dice –He throws tantrums.
- Did early Earth have two moons? and was that other moon inhabited by annoying furries?
- Monolithic Meows: Giant rock with 3 carved felines found in Chalcatzingo, Mexico.
- A cartoon explaining the *real* scientific progress. Them eggheads should use doodles instead of formulas.
- David Ferrucci, the man behind the computer that won in Jeopardy, and singlehandedly rendered us obsolete.
- Columbia shuttle debris found in drought-striken lake.
- UFOs & the Magic Kingdom –No, this isn’t one of the 100 best Sci-Fi & Fantasy novels contenders.
- D.A.B: Day After Bigfoot. Nick Redferns speculates on the possible social repercussions caused by incontrovertible proof of the mysterious hairy hominids.
- Meet Nessie’s Russian cousin: the Brosno dragon.
- Your pants –and your ASS!– are on fire: spontaneous human combustion on Binnall of America.
- Fossil of 20-million-year-old ape found in volcano –If it was dumb enough to stay so close to a meltdown, then I bet it was the ancestor of an American Congressman.
- One debt to ruin them all: Gollum and Smeagol on the debt ceiling deal.
- You’re all effing peasants to me: Renata Salecl and The Paradox of Choice (animated).
- Superheroes of Suburbia: regular citizens who don costumes and patrol the streets –As long as they don’t take it as a joke, they have the red pill blessing.
- The hunt is back on for mystery man D.B. Cooper. Last I heard he was the owner of a radio station…
- Red pill of the day: Mayor of Lithuania’s capital employs um, EXTREME measures with illegally-parked cars.
Thanks Rick & Greg.
And Godspeed, Don Mauricio.
Quote of the day:
“Don’t tell me the sky is the limit when there are footprints on the Moon”