I've been using a Windows Phone for several years now, and just recently switched to an Android based phone. At the risk of sounding melodramatic, it wasn't an easy decision, and I was feeling guilty for making the switch. In retrospect, I shouldn't feel guilty at all, because apparently, Microsoft doesn't.
Back in December of 2015, the Daily Express published an article wondering if this recent discovery on the Moon could be the final proof needed to convince Apollo deniers we actually landed there back in the late '60's and early '70's. (That's 1960's and 1970's, in case anyone is reading this in the 22nd century.) The article explains how "NASA has released a photograph confirming the exact location of the crash site of part of the Apollo 16 spacecraft that landed on the Moon."
I have a confession to make. Back in 1995, I got a virus.
I was running Norton Utilities on my computer, and it kindly warned me that I was infected. Gasp! I didn't even know I had been practicing promiscuous computing, but I could deny it no longer. Norton Utilities was also kind enough to inform me that this program was unable to remove the virus; however, I could simply purchase Norton Anti-Virus, which would indeed remove said virus.
Ever heard someone answering a question, that sounded like they were answering the question, but not really? I didn't mean for this blog to become a "Moon Hoax" site, but I just can't help it.
Here's a nifty little website from our friends at NASA, called "Ask an Astrophysicist", tackling all the tough issues regarding space. Someone came along and had the audacity to ask how astronauts could survive the radiation of the Van Allen Belts (like we didn't already solve that problem back in the '60s).
At least that’s what some people are thinking, after Netflix announced they were splitting their unlimited streaming and one DVD-at-a-time plan, and would be charging you a little more for the two.
Well, I have to admit I didn’t like reading about the price increase yesterday, but apparently it upset a lot of people more than it did me.
So I was reading through my Google Reader, of which I’m subscribed to The Onion, and I noticed this headline.
CIA's "Facebook" Program Dramatically Cut Agency's Costs
Today, I opened my email to find this little gem of a story about 2400 Canadian Soldiers deployed to Gulf Coast. Wow, this is huge, foreign soldiers on American soil! I can’t believe this isn’t all over the news. Well, it’s obvious we can’t trust the mainstream media to report the news accurately, so it’s no surprise this story isn’t on any of the major networks. But surely it’s making the rounds on the alternative news sites?
If you’ve read this post, you might have detected a bit of doubt from this author about the official story of the Moon landings back in the late 1960′s and early 70′s.
If you were surprised by that revelation, then maybe you haven’t seen the latest evidence NASA has offered as proof the Moon landings were real.
While perusing Wikipedia for information on influenza, I read the following paragraph. What caught my attention were the claims made about the recent cases of swine flu in Mexico.
In my lifetime I have learned that you can divide the world’s population into two groups–those who believe the United States landed men on the Moon (back in the late 1960s) and those who don’t. The former of which is in the majority, and the latter is…well, the minority.
But really, who’s saying we didn’t land men on the moon? Well, NASA apparently.
Just your average, self-abused futile worker.