Monthly Archives: April 2011
Barend Massow Hemmes has designed and built a motorcycle based upon the iconic Jaguar car logo. The Night Shadow is built on a Buell 1200 V-twin, and the rest is pure imagination. At first impression, it may make you growl, … Continue reading
I have never been a fan of the idea of IQ testing. I have always felt that the number generated is a measure of a person’s ability to successfully take a particular type of test as opposed to measuring anything … Continue reading
Gov. Rick Perry of Texas backed by the Republican House have tabled legislation to remove rights previously granted but challenged to transgendered people in the state. The legislation by (Rep. Tom) Williams, of Houston, and Rep. Lois Kolkhorst, of Brenham, … Continue reading
As improbable as that sounds, a colony of fire ants dropped onto a pool of water spreads out over the surface, quickly becomes a pancake shaped raft, and floats, sometimes for many weeks. Fire ants like many species of ants … Continue reading
It’s not pseudoscience, it’s Fake Science!!!!! Enough science for everyone.
First of all you might want to read a little on how Homeopathy works. Then consider how homeopathic products should be labeled. Insist that the ingredients in the final product, and their amounts, be listed. What homeopathic remedies list are the ingredients that are … Continue reading
Enjoy a Cthulhu Easter Cthulhu’s Easter Bunny Packed inside each egg is a soul that will make the old one happy and want to celebrate Easter without killing the bunny.
Texas is the US leader in state executions by a huge margin. Since 1976, there have been 1246 people executed in the US. 466, or over 35%, have been in Texas. This despite the fact that only 10% of Americans … Continue reading
I know it’s Passover/Easter and Rare Exports is a Christmas movie, but it was only recently that I was able to find a subtitled version for this terrific seasonal tale from Finland. Pietari is a young boy who is about to … Continue reading