Archive for the 'Science' Category

OK, we know the ‘jabs’ which are supposed to ‘vaccinate’ us against the Walensky-Fauci-funded ChiCom bio-weapon are USELESS. But how TOXIC are they?

Wednesday, October 13th, 2021

The ethics of forced vaccination as a condition of employment, by Dr. Julie Ponesse

Saturday, September 11th, 2021

Why no autopsies on those who die shortly after participating in the RNA alteration experiment?

Tuesday, August 17th, 2021

The resistance is taking root

Monday, April 27th, 2020

Vaccine Druids stand to make millions. So shut up about an 85-year-old medicine that cures coronavirus at 4 cents a pill!

Friday, April 24th, 2020

Tired of winning, yet? ‘Man-made Global Warming’ hoax going down like the Titanic

Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

Don’t know if you noticed, but on Feb. 4, Britain’s Daily Mail revealed in a very splashy way that the Global Warming hoaxsters have been fudging their data AGAIN.

Miskatonic Manuscript, Q&A part 3

Tuesday, December 29th, 2015

  (This follows part two in our week-long Q&A with Vin about his new novel, “The Miskatonic Manuscript.” Part two is here.) Q: It’s interesting how many people seem to judge a book by its cover. Many people, looking at the Testament of James cover art, assume it’s a religious tract. Others, reacting to the […]

‘Well, there’s nothing artificial about it’

Thursday, March 5th, 2015

The book “The Archaic Revival” (HarperCollins 1991), which is a compilation of writings by and interviews with the late entheogen pioneer Terence McKenna, concludes with an interview conducted by Nevill Drury as it appeared in the Autumn, 1990 (Vol. 11, No. 1) issue of the Australian magazine “Nature and Health.” An excerpt of the most […]

‘Survival could not be expected’ (‘Why I may appear to have been writing less of late,’ Part Two of Three)

Thursday, July 3rd, 2014

1941. War came. The Navy, sometimes befuddled but even then the wisest of the services, made dad a radio man, on the little destroyer escort Raymond. As most 20-year-olds would, dad took the rigors of tropical service in stride, writing in his surviving notebook about the traditional ceremony of the pollywogs’ first crossing of the […]

What would an engineer need to know about ethics? (‘Why I may appear to have been writing less of late,’ Part Three of Three)

Thursday, July 3rd, 2014

Dad always thought those studying the sciences should be taught more of the history, the philosophy, and especially the ethical dilemmas which had been faced by their predecessors. Those in charge of the university’s Electrical Engineering (and Computer Science!) Department scoffed. Their slates were full helping these kids schedule all the “How to fit Tab […]