Last month, after I received a message from the conservative Republican group GOP USA proclaiming the existence of a miracle Bible code to cure cancer, I shared with you the 10 indications that the so-called Matthew 4 Protocol is a scam:
Advertising is vague about what the Matthew 4 Protocol actually does. You haven’t heard […]
Yes, Officer, a boulder. A granite boulder, headed down I-681. No, Officer, I’m sure it was not a person dressed as a granite boulder. No, Officer, I know my schist when I see it. No, Officer, I didn’t mean anything personal by that. Well, that’s the thing, Officer, this was not your standard run-of-the-mill […]
Editor’s Note: for an update on these cancer claims, see the March 9 2014 article, “What Connects the Matthew 4 Protocol to Dr. Mark Stengler?”
What is the Matthew 4 Cancer Protocol — and can it really cure cancer?
If you’ve found this web page, it’s likely because someone has sent you a link […]
The movie Meteor (1979), ~1:19 minutes in, the Towers are destroyed. Not a coincidence. #911truth
— Mike TeeVee (@MAKrzywicki4922) February 10, 2014
Additional data points on Meteor:
Co-Star: “Sean Connery” aka Agent 007. Spy. Co-Star: “Natalie Wood” aka “Natalia Nikolaevna Zakharenko”… dead within two years under mysterious circumstances Shot by: “American International Pictures” … […]
“ChemTrail” conspiracy theorist Tom posted the following comment to an unrelated article yesterday:
more evidence to shrug off and explain away chemtrails:
Tom writes his words sarcastically, but I repeat them literally: Yes, I “shrug off” that article. Why? because its headline proclaims “No Doubt Chemtrail Proof,” then offers up the following photo:
If the heroic join you, and the honest support you, what role is there in your protest movement for the confused, who are watching you, and noting that something seems to be going on, but don’t want to be co-opted by a movement that may end up supporting questionable political ideals and tactics? […]
Oarfish are said to be harmless to humans. They’re toothless, and they eat little shrimp, so it’s not likely that people could get a dangerous bite from an oarfish, especially a foundering specimen weakening in shallow water. However… […]
The answer is repetition, and that says something about reliance on what we all “know” to be true.
More than three years ago, a man named Prahlad Jani who claimed to have lived for 70 years without food or water became the center of a media spectacle when Dr. Sudhir Shah called a press conference […]
This was rolling in the surf yesterday. It’s about 14 inches long. I’m interpreting it as a decomposed squid head.
Marine biology experts, help. Am I right? Is it correct to call the central part of the squid body the head, anyway? Where do we put the ceph in cephalopod?
The bloop was merely the sound caused by the an increasingly-frequent event of a big chunk of ice breaking free from the Antarctic shelf. […]
When Naveena Shine started out her highly publicized “experiment” to stop eating and live on light alone, she set the standards for herself. In a press release she spoke of herself in the third person, promising to release video of her every move:
On May 3rd 2013, the Spiritually based endeavor, “Living On Light” began […]