Monthly Archives: May 2011

Bigfoot is an Alien

Bigfoot has been seen in both Washington and Colorado. The big fellow gets around. Samantha was hiking along the Spokane River and after getting back, spied a mysterious figure in the background of a video she took of her friends. … Continue reading

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Down the Drain We Go

It’s been around for a number of years, but it’s only now hitting the funeral business in the US. Alkaline hydrolysis involves putting a body in a specialized tank, adding water, lye, and cooking at 1800 C (3500 F) at … Continue reading

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Killer Key Limes

According to Wikipedia, The Key lime (Citrus aurantifolia) “is a citrus species with a globose fruit, 2.5–5 cm in diameter (1–2 in), that is yellow when ripe but usually picked green commercially. It is smaller, seedier, has a higher acidity, a stronger … Continue reading

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English Muslims and Evolution

In England, it is a killing offence for Muslims to teach Evolution, and deny the Koran that claims that Allah created Adam from clay and breathed life into him. Usama Hasan is a senior lecturer in the department of business … Continue reading

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The Patron Saint of Genital Diseases

St. Vitalis of Assisi, whose feast day, May 31,  fast approaches, was a Benedictine monk born in Umbria, Italy who lived from 1295-1370. Since he had led an apparently profligate youth before his reformation, and after his death was known … Continue reading

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Harold Camping vs other Mega Christians

Most of us have been laughing at Harold Camping and his prediction that the world was to end in 1994. Oops, miscalculation it’s really going to be May 21, 2011. Once that deadline came and went, we quickly skipped the … Continue reading

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Condoms in the Philippines

The population of the Philippines is over 80% Roman Catholic. With a population of approximately 100,000,000, that makes 80,000,000 Catholics.  They are also an extremely poor nation, with about 1/3 of the people (33,000,000) living on $1 per day. In … Continue reading

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The Moon is not Made of Green Cheese

Rene Descartes is best known for his quote “I think, therefore I am,” which is at the core of his dualist philosophy. He argued for a theory of existence, where consciousness  is a separate entity from the human brain. Essentially … Continue reading

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Cthulhu and the end times

The rise of the Elder Gods, and especially that of Cthulhu, has been associated with the end of the world since H.P. Lovecraft first described the writings of the Mad Arab. In the intervening years one thing has become glaringly … Continue reading

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