Monthly Archives: July 2019

  • Scientists Are Looking for Portals Into Alternate Universes

    Scientists Are Looking for Portals Into Alternate Universes

    They have been the tropes of science fiction for decades, so-called “parallel universes” where everything is almost exactly the same as this one with some varations. These alternate realities or “mirror universes” are said to exist along side our own, but in a different plane of space-time. The ...
  • Millions Plan to Raid Area 51

    Millions Plan to Raid Area 51

    “We’re gonna get to see them Aliens!” That’s the rallying cry of over a million people who have pledged on Facebook to be part of a raid on that bastion of “Conspiracy Theories,” the mysterious Area 51. From the autopsies of the bodies recovered from the Roswell crash, to supposedly reverse ...
  • Basic Survival First Aid

    Basic Survival First Aid

    Speaking of wilderness survival first aid, can you guess what is the #1 cause of death in the great outdoors? Not lightning, not falling from a height, not even animal attack – panic is a stone-cold killer. Anyone who has served in the military (thank you!) might well have felt some panic ...
  • Pelosi Broke House Rules Calling Trump Racist

    Pelosi Broke House Rules Calling Trump Racist

    In breaking news, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi provoked a floor fight and two-hour delay in congressional proceedings yesterday, July 16, 2019, after she crossed the line of proper decorum and called President Donald Trump “racist.” At issue was a series of three Twitter messages from ...
  • Debunking Common Prepper Myths

    Debunking Common Prepper Myths

    There are quite a few myths concerning survival in a tricky situation, and they can cause a prepper to make mistakes that could be damaging, perhaps even fatal, to themselves or others. At some point before the next natural disaster or your next wilderness adventure, or before the poop hits the ...
  • You Caught A Fish – Now What?

    You Caught A Fish – Now What?

    If you’re a fishin’ fool like me you might take catching and cooking these aquatic creatures for granted. I grew up fishing and learned tips from my aunts and uncles as well as my parents and grandparents. Everybody had an opinion and their own way of doing things. For all you ...
  • Speaking Freely on Parler

    Speaking Freely on Parler

    “If you build it they will come.” And if you close the door to your place of business, your former customers will look for satisfaction elsewhere. That is precisely what is happening with social media platforms today in the U.S.A. Having witnessed recent sweeping bans of political ...
  • Ex-Government Scientist Reveals What He Knows About ESP and PSI-Warfare

    Ex-Government Scientist Reveals What He Knows About ESP and PSI-Warfare

    This past 4th of July fans thrilled to the release of the third season of “Stranger Things” on Netflix. If you are not familiar with the show, a group of teens in a small town stumble upon a secret government program to develop children with “psionic” abilities – most notably “Number 11,” into ...
  • Cultural Terrorists Attack Real History

    Cultural Terrorists Attack Real History

    When I was in elementary school, my 3rd-grade teacher asked permission from the parents of all of us 10-year-olds to show us some newsreel video shot at German Nazi concentration camps. Her purpose, she told all of us, was to ensure that future generations of Americans would know that the ...
  • Remove Deadly Arsenic From Water

    Remove Deadly Arsenic From Water

    Recent headlines have warned of deadly arsenic in bottled drinking water. Keurig Dr. Pepper suspended manufacturing its Peñafiel brand on June 21, 2019, citing high arsenic levels. Whole Foods’ Starkey bottled water was the second such product found by the Center for Environmental Health ...