This is from my People of the Middle Ages section: Mathematician and astronomer, Aryabhata. The Polemic Histrionics of AryabhataRead More Aryabhata
It’s my job to uncover conspiracies… conspiracies SO involved that they hardly seem like conspiracies on first glance or after exhaustive investigation. You may have seen my editorials in my publication, The False-Flag Gazette… published, ironically enough, under an assumed name. What follows is the most heinous cover up to date. Worse than Tonya Harding […]Read More Was the Demotion of Pluto an Anti-American Plot?
Like the flu, or junk mail, here is another list that you’ve been given but never asked for. Do not judge me too harshly… mostly because I can be REALLY vindictive… Q. What species of animal can move the fastest? A. That depends entirely upon how aerodynamic it is and what type of cannon it […]Read More Q and A, Part 2: Science!!!
Well, you knew it was gonna happen but I’ll bet you didn’t think it would happen so soon. No, I’m NOT talking about a general anesthesia that also has the great taste of peanut butter, although that IS on the horizon. I’m not talking about the cure for cancer which might’ve been announced last week; […]Read More Extra-Galactic Planets and Peanut Butter
I heard that the blue Moon was also going to be a blood Moon on Tuesday, so I was excited to see it. Not excited like a child on Christmas…or, like a dog any day of the year…but, excited. What I stepped out to see ended up being a full moon that looked like every […]Read More The Moon is Blue… and Also Red
Coptic Calendar: This is a liturgical calendar; in fact, when people first see it, they usually say something like “Damn but that’s liturgical!” or “I thought the Ethiopian calendar was liturgical but, compared to this one, it’s downright pre-Columbian”. The Coptic Calendar might seem pretty cool, but it is just the old Egyptian calendar with […]Read More Some Calendars of Note…
Supermoon: A full moon that is one seventh bigger. If you are the kind of a person that keeps REALLY good track of how big the moon it, surprise! It is fourteen percent larger. Fun fact: One seventh, rounded to the nearest integer is ZERO!!! Comet: First, the hype: “It will be spectacular! Maybe even […]Read More Astronomical Events that are Duds