Week in Weird – 11/10 Page 1

The Earth has no curve Let’s talk about this supposed ball that we live on. We can’t see the curvature of the Earth even across vast distances when the formulas we get from NASA tell us we should be able to. We shouldn’t be able to see the Statue of Liberty from nearly 60 miles […]

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Week in Weird – 11/03 Page 1

Do you like… Thank you, Rob Dyke, for dropping this little piece of hell onto my computer screen! This is an urban legend dating back to the early 2000’s and originating in Japan. Back then there was a popup going around with a flash animation that just asked “Do you like the…” and, even if […]

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Week in Weird – 10/20 Page 1

Szechuan a New Car? A 23 year old woman managed to trade a single packet of McDonald’s Szechuan sauce for a car. Granted the care is old, but it runs and that in itself is a win here. The fan of the show Rick and Morty managed to snag a packet of the rare sauce, […]

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Week in Weird – 10/17 Page One

A New Mothman A huge humanoid with leathery wings like a bat, a sense of terror gripping your spine and a set of glowing red eyes is enough to make most people doubt their sanity. But, in the city of Chicago there have been 15 recent reports of just such a thing. Is this some […]

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Week in Weird – 10/9 Page One

Xenobiology Starting this week off with some heavy thinking we take a look into the emerging field of xenobiology. This is basically bio-engineering on steroids. The idea is that we can expand the building blocks of life(DNA) to include new, synthetic sets of amino acids to introduce entirely new species. These new species might be […]

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