The Associated Press reports: McDonald’s receives complaints about ‘Minions’ toys using curse words by Marley Jay, The Associated Press Published Friday, July 10, 2015 NEW YORK — McDonald’s swears up and down that the little yellow “Minions” Happy Meal toy is speaking only nonsense words and not something a little more adult. Experts say the […]
Watching this old video of a cat on a keyboard might give you a deeper appreciation for a later invention: PawSense, software that detects when a cat is walking across your computer keyboard. Chris Niswander, the inventor of PawSense, was awarded the 2000 Ig Nobel Prize in computer science.
A package arrived here, at our offices in the US, from a man in Poland. The package contained a letter and several little collections of tiny bones. (Each little collection was wrapped in its own piece of paper, and contained, in addition to the bones, a tiny slip of paper with a few words written on […]
A Science Now report called “Did an Unholy Trinity Kill Jesus?” alerts us to a new monograph from a doctor named Joseph Bergeron, who labors every day surrounded by people in pain, a fact that may be, but is not necessarily, connected with his choice of topic: “The crucifixion of Jesus: Review of hypothesized mechanisms […]
Major General Gregg F. Martin, author of the classic military guide “Jesus the Strategic Leader”, has yet again risen up the ranks. General Martin [pictured here] is now commandant of the U.S. Army War College, having been promoted to that post some months ago. We have only just now learned of it (thanks to investigator […]
A calculated research breakthrough (his calculations are online) from Dr. Bob Benchoff: “Jesus Christ’s IQ is 300 within this author’s ability to reasonably measure, although Jesus Christ’s IQ may be as high as 450.” (Thanks to investigator Marlin Jacoby for bringing this to our attention.) BONUS: Dr. Benchoff also offers you (1) a new technological […]
The Retraction Watch blog reports the course of a fever: The shroud of retraction: Virology Journal withdraws paper about whether Christ cured a woman with flu It takes decades, and even centuries, to overturn the Catholic canon of law, but medical journals move much more quickly: Just three weeks after the Virology Journal published a […]
Images from a thoracic spine examination by Christopher Vittore and Kevin Tribble, radiologists in Rockford, Ilinois and clinical assistant professors at University of Illinois College of Medicine. MRI technologist, Deb Savala assisted with the technical data. This was performed on an open MRI machine, a General Electric Signa 0.35 Tesla MRI scanner. (Details: 40 x […]