Not Even Once!

If you didn’t already know: René Descartes (1596-1650), Isaac Newton (1642-1726), Albert Einstein (1879-1955), and Stephen Hawking (1942-2018). (Hat Tip to buddy and STEM teacher John McKinnon.) OK, Per My Mail, a lot of you don’t get this one, even with the “not even once!” and “Satire” category hints. I think that’s a sign that my … See the Meme

Forget Chemtrails

They mostly — but not always — attack (and beam up test subjects for those anal probes) in the summer.

Nature is Amazing

News Item: “A third of millennials believe the Earth is flat” says a British company of Americans (not everyone on, well, Earth) after a survey. Still, not quite, as Science Alert clarifies. The survey found that 2 percent of adult Americans say — when paid to take the survey — they believe the Earth is flat, while 7 percent of … See the Meme

Still Looking

Yes, I know that’s the very point, ye who the antenna swung right past — go with the humor! (Photo: Very Large Array in New Mexico, Wikipedia)

Today’s World

Meanwhile, Education is mostly stuck in the era of “Grapes of Wrath”.

Five Scientists

Every time I go to a buddy’s house, I come away with a great meme. (The previous one.) I spotted these figures in a cubby on his living room wall. They’re about 2″ tall. When he saw me spot them, he gave me this challenge: “Name them all and win the prize.” He didn’t offer … See the Meme

Setting the Record

Plus, it can charge from solar. The most amazing thing to me: it’s a real photo. It’s about time someone did something to capture the imagination of kids who are deciding what to be when they grow up. Engineering, science, technology, astrophysics — they have amazing opportunities. If nothing else, the stereotype is proven true: red … See the Meme

Non-Dairy Dairy

Wait… that’s actually an artificial color?!

Forbidden Words

In the “good old days” we didn’t fear discovering the truth.

Look Higher

I’ve always thought this quote was profound. When I posted it, I commented: It’s often attributed to “Paul Brandt” — but it’s not clear if that refers to Canadian country music artist Paul Rennée Belobersycky (Brandt is his stage name), or someone less famous. I searched music lyric sites to see if it’s in one of … See the Meme