Category Archives: Science

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NASA Caught Photoshopping

Since the beginning of the space program, the space images provided by NASA have been scrutinized by scientists and conspiracy researchers alike.  Accusations of airbrushing of images where commonplace during the moon landings and the Apollo program, and continues today, but the airbrush has long been placed out to pasture.  Adobe Photoshop is where its […]

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Don’t Mind this Advertisement

I want to throw these out for our readers without putting any of my preconceptions into your first impression of these ads.  So watch these new Burger King commercials currently airing on a TV near you!  and leave a comment on your impressions, or do you just see a normal nothing to see here commercial?

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2010 Earthquake Frequency

We’ve gone from a couple Mag 7 earthquakes every other month to 2-3 per month. I can predict right now that September will have at least three Mag 7+ quakes. Before the end of the year, not a week will go by without a Mag 7+ quake. Nothing to see here, move along… All a […]

Convenience, How High of a Price Are You Willing to Pay?

Anyone can  list off many things today that have greatly “improved” human civilization.  Yet are all the things around us really safe for us, just because they make life easier or more convenient?  My last article on BPA in our food containers made a point that these scientifically designed products were made with an intention […]

Bisphenol A – BPA

There is a very informative and important article over at Age of Treason on BPA for anyone who is interested in learning about it for the first time or wondering what all the hype is about. This article is also a great read for connecting up the “elite” to the addition of chemicals and other […]

Shaken not stirred – Deep Earthquakes

With the world suffering from what seems to be a range of intense and widespread natural disasters I thought I’d also highlight its recent earthquake activity. Although earthquakes happen regularly in general we take little notice of them, if they do not affect us directly (ie cause damage to peoples lives).