Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • Anti-WiFi Paint is Here

    Anti-WiFi Paint is Here

    Clever minds at the University of Tokyo have invented a new paint that can block high-frequency wireless signals. This is breakthrough technology for people concerned about Radio Frequency (RF) radiation, the type of non-ionizing radiation that cell phones, WiFi routers, smart utility meters, ...
  • Burundanga Real, Police Alert Fake

    Burundanga Real, Police Alert Fake

    A few days ago, a friend texted me an urgent warning directed to ladies everywhere. The communication purportedly came from Kentucky police Sgt. Gregory L. Joyner with the Internal Affairs Unit of the Louisville Metro Department of Corrections. Although the text looked legit, I called the phone ...
  • Expedition Planned to Prove the Earth Is Flat

    Expedition Planned to Prove the Earth Is Flat

    “In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue…” We all learned that little ditty in grade school, along with how Columbus’ expeditions not only “discovered America,” but also “proved the Earth was round.” Over 400 years later, NASA provided what should have been incontrovertible proof — ...
  • Before Roswell There Was Another Crash With Alien Bodies

    Before Roswell There Was Another Crash With Alien Bodies

    Conspiracy theorists and those others who follow UFO lore, are well familiar with the alleged alien crash in Roswell, New Mexico. That legendary alleged crash, was supposed to have yielded alien bodies, and spawned dozens of books and movies. The debate about what really crashed at William ...
  • From Garbage to Garden

    From Garbage to Garden

    If you go online and search for a recipe for vegetable soup, you’ll probably find a whole slew of recipes, each with its own set of ingredients and instructions. Well, the same thing is true if you decide you want to create compost potting soil from your household garbage and yard waste. Once ...
  • Survive Buying a Car, Part 2 of 2

    Survive Buying a Car, Part 2 of 2

    This is part 2 of a two-part article on surviving the ordeal of buying a car. Part 1 set the stage: “Life is full of experiences that might be best described as ordeals. Swimming with dolphins may be cool but swimming with sharks? … Maybe not so much.” Plan to Swim with the Car Sharks ...
  • Trump Blames Puerto Rican Officials for Squandering Billions in Disaster Funds

    Trump Blames Puerto Rican Officials for Squandering Billions in Disaster Funds

    President Trump has defended his administration’s response to the hurricane disaster in Puerto Rico, blasting local officials of wasting “billions of dollars” in disaster relief money. “Puerto Rico got 91 Billion Dollars for the hurricane, more money than has ever been gotten for a hurricane ...
  • Get Down and Dirty; It’s Good For You!

    Get Down and Dirty; It’s Good For You!

    About twenty years ago, doctors and health researchers began talking about something they called the Farm Effect. In pretty much every urban and suburban area in the world, incidences of childhood asthma and allergies have been steadily rising for several decades. Not only have these illnesses ...
  • Survive Buying a Car, Part 1 of 2

    Survive Buying a Car, Part 1 of 2

    Life is full of experiences that might be best described as ordeals. Swimming with dolphins may be cool but swimming with sharks? … Maybe not so much. And yet, thousands of regular people all over this great land swim with sharks every day – car sharks, that is. Certainly, not every ...
  • 8 Inconvenient Truths About Global Warming, Part 1-2

    8 Inconvenient Truths About Global Warming, Part 1-2

    This is Part 1 of a two-part article on eight inconvenient truths about global warming, a rebuttal of Al Gore’s 2006 film “An Inconvenient Truth.” “Within the next ten years, the world will reach a point of no return.” Al Gore uttered the sensationalist claims ...