Monthly Archives: November 2018

Brave New World

Since I just found out  that someone already wrote the story about Sauron as the doomed hero leading an abortive Industrial Revolution,  was thinking about a different fantasy world: one in which the environmentalists were correct.  One where interventions work … Continue reading

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So I’m saying there’s a chance A HUMAN-chimpanzee hybrid was born in a Florida lab 100 years ago before being killed by panicked doctors, claims a renowned scientist. Evolutionary psychologist Gordon Gallup coined the term “humanzee” which refers to a human-chimp crossbreed – a scientifically … Continue reading

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Known to but a few

I’m told that geneticists had seen the weird Andamanese-like component in Brazilian Amerindians years before anyone published.  It was just too weird: insiders knew, but they didn’t tell.  Something like the upper-atmosphere lightning, known to pilots for decades before it … Continue reading

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Conspiracy Theory

Let me tell you my favorite Kennedy assassination theory, which I developed up myself using my patented automatic conspiracy generator. In my scenario,. there’s a tough old West Texas rancher – ex-marine, WWII vet, very old school. Married to a … Continue reading

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Plunging Poultry

Being that time of year, I was contemplating the famous episode of WKRP in Cincinnati, where they dropped turkeys from a helicopter and found that they really don’t fly, but instead hit like sacks of wet cement. Few realize that … Continue reading

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We should send a probe. It’s doable.

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