There are those on the left claiming that the protest, break-in, and violence at the U.S. Capitol was a planned insurrection and take-over of the United States, instigated by Donald … Continue reading
The Nazi Comparison
“In June, 2019, after Chris Hays invoked Godwin’s law in a discussion of whether it was appropriate to call the United States’s [sic] refugee detention centers ‘concentration camps,’ Godwin explicitly … Continue reading
Freedom or Safety
I see a lot of back and forth between sides on whether or not people should be compelled in some way to take a COVID vaccine, or should be able … Continue reading
Scientists (and whoever else studies these things) are finding out more and more how smart crows are. In fact, scientists in Germany have been testing crows with tasks in order … Continue reading
Test or Trap
So, why exactly would an alien race plant a transmission device fairly close to Earth while keeping themselves hidden from us? As I wrote previously, the answer is obviously one … Continue reading
What is BLC-1, Really?
The wide variety of questions that can be entertained simultaneously in the human mind can be amazing in scope: “Was there fraud in the 2020 U.S. presidential election?” and “Did … Continue reading
Robots on Parade
Robots are always good for entertainment value (at least until they become our Overlords). Check out this video of a few of the robots in my collection.
The Happiness Gap
Here is an interesting opinion piece in the New York Times by Arthur C. Brooks regarding the relative happiness of conservatives versus liberals, and the conclusions are in line with … Continue reading
Mining Data Effectively: Using Google to Solve Impossible Problems
Of course, if the problems actually have solutions, no matter how difficult they are to solve they are not impossible. But you understand the sentiment. This article by investigative reporter … Continue reading