Monthly Archives: April 2019

Variables In the Models

In 2007, a man rented a tuxedo in Colorado and told the clerk, “Today is the day he will reign, and the emperor is coming.” This worried the clerk, because the man was carrying a gun when he rented the … Continue reading

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Complicated Conspiracies

  An Oxford University academic says aliens are breeding with humans to produce a hybrid species capable of saving the planet from climate change. [1] Call that variable X1. (Background: “Alien Visitations and the End of Humanity”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, April … Continue reading

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Alien Visitations and the End of Humanity

An Oxford University academic says aliens are breeding with humans to produce a hybrid species capable of saving the planet from climate change. [1] This is essentially a mathematics problem. Numbers allowed are 1 through 9 (no zeros). Abba plus … Continue reading

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Trump Is Black Swan Event

The science was settled. The statistics all agreed. Donald Trump had no chance of being elected. It was then that a Black Swan event occurred. Even Ersjdamoo was stunned to find, in the early dawn of November 9, 2016, that … Continue reading

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Swine Flu Terror

It was ten years ago this month that swine flu terror erupted. A “unique form of swine flu” caused Mike Stobbe, the Associated Press medical writer, to ask, “Is this the big one?” [1] The influenza epidemic of 1918 had … Continue reading

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Adolph Says, “No Smoking Please”

The German anti-tobacco movement was the most powerful anti-smoking movement in the world during the 1930s and early 1940s. But those confounded Nazis couldn’t get it together: Some Nazi leaders condemned smoking and several of them openly criticized tobacco consumption, … Continue reading

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Lizard People Underground

In January 1934, geophysicist mining engineer G. Warren Shufelt was seeking a lost city deep in the earth beneath Los Angeles. A wise Hopi Elder, Little Chief Greenleaf, provided the engineer with a legend telling of how there are three … Continue reading

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