Remembering the dream in the age of a billionaire space race

It’s 52 years this week since the first moon landing. For all the politics shrouding Apollo, it captured a dream: the idea that humanity could – if it wanted – conquer any challenge, no matter how difficult. And, back in the 1960s, that moon landing was really difficult. That dream faltered, but now there’s a … More Remembering the dream in the age of a billionaire space race

The real explanation for chemtrails

The other day I discovered what aircraft contrails really are. The Reptile Elite who secretly Rule the World are using every commercial aircraft as a weapon. The chemtrails interact with 5G death rays to fjkiyjigle bargle and profit, gooberflop blib conspiracy wyjhuw evil control gubblibble. Makes perfect sense. In short, why bother learning about fluid … More The real explanation for chemtrails

Why Uranus is funny (and how to pronounce it properly)

There’s a planet in our solar system that’s the butt of far too many jokes. You know the one (and yes, I said ‘butt’). Nobody pronounces its name properly. Some say it’s ‘Your Anus’ (there, I said it). Others say it’s ‘Urine-us’ (there, I said that too). I know. Lame. And I can’t wait until … More Why Uranus is funny (and how to pronounce it properly)

The obscure word of the week is irregardless

This week’s obscure English word is irregardless. It’s often used as a synonym for ‘regardless’, but actually means ‘with regard’, because the ‘ir-‘ prefix negates the ‘-less’ suffix. In this circumstance, clearly, ‘non irregardless’ actually means ‘without regard’, and ‘without being non-irregardless’ means ‘with regard’ (unless I’ve missed one of the recursions…). Your challenge: write … More The obscure word of the week is irregardless