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Pics Or It Didn’t Happen – A Challenge to All Flat Earth Believers

I get it. Lie detector tests are bunk science. You can trick one. They detect other indicators of a lie, but they don’t actually detect a lie. There are volumes written about their usefulness. I’m on the fence too. They … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Post-Future. There is nothing else to look forward to. . . Yet

The spring of 1955 was an interesting time. Things were prosperous, at least in America, haircuts were short, and dresses were long. But two watershed moments occurred, both pointing to the future, both of them linked, both of them also … Continue reading

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Frequently Questioned Answers

The Gideons are an organization that places religious books into many establishments around the world. If you’ve ever looked for a phone book in a hotel room, perhaps you’ve encountered their work. Distributing free books takes money, coordination, time, and … Continue reading

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10 Things To Remember Before You Travel Back In Time

Dear Future Time Traveler,     I support your mission and understand your curiosity. But before you travel back in time, remember, it’s a trap. Please read this blog post carefully.     In 2013, Robert Nemiroff, an astrophysicist from Michigan … Continue reading

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Sensory Deprivation and Why It’s For You

This was my first trip into a sensory deprivation chamber.     Insert your own lyrics from Jefferson Airplane here, or some lines from the Beatles about turning off your mind and floating downstream.     I’ve read about sensory deprivation for … Continue reading

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Shelled Reptiles and Our Shrinking Wall Calendars: A New Way to Perceive Time

During the 1830s, Charles Darwin, the father of modern-day evolutionary theory, visited the Galapagos Islands on a ship named The HMS Beagle. He researched much of the islands’ flora and fauna and wildlife as he was beginning to shape the … Continue reading

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