Posts from the ‘Science’ Category
March 2nd, 2011
"What's the frequency, Kenneth? is your Benzedrine, uh-huh" - REM
So what does Time Travel, a hit song and the nightly news all have in common? It's the frequency, the frequency Kenneth…
On a crisp October evening in 1989, veteran CBS news man Dan Rather was strolling along Park Avenue on route to his apartment, when he was accosted by two individuals. The two men attacked Rather from behind, and when he tried to walk away, he was punched and knocked to the ground. The attackers then chased Rather into a building and kicked him several times in the back. While Rather retreated into the fetal position, and was pummeled by the two men, they repeatedly yelled a seemingly nonsensical question at Rather.
"WHAT'S THE FREQUENCY, KENNETH!" over and over was this phrase repeated. Was Rather the victim of mistaken identity? If so, why would a "frequency" be of any use to a common mugger? And no money was taken?
February 22nd, 2011
If precognition is real, and that certain people, under the right circumstances can see the future or maybe just glimpse it, could this imply that the future is a tangible real place, and not some unknown destination that we all stumble toward.
The past seems real simply because we have lived it and have memories confirming the events of yesterday. But what of the future?
February 22nd, 2011
This past winter we all seem to have experienced, with varying degrees, some extremes in weather. The norm appears to be fast becoming bitterly cold winters and abnormally hot summers, could this be Global Warming, Weather Wars or something else entirely?
These radical changes in weather has recently been illustrated in small town America. In Nowata, Oklahoma record-setting temperatures swung from a frigid 31 below zero to a balmy 76 degrees in the space of one week!
January 25th, 2011
Excellent short video that speaks of the "real" nature of reality. Something holographic in nature. Great soundtrack also, from Soderbergh's Solaris
December 3rd, 2010
'A study of ancient bodies has determined that cancer is a man-made disease, one fueled by the excesses. Tumors turn out to be extremely rare until very recent times, when pollution and poor diet became issues.
Researchers analyzed potential references to the disease in classical literature, and also searched for signs in the fossil record and in mummified bodies. But despite examining tissue from hundreds of Egyptian mummies, they confirmed only one case of cancer.'
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