2012 Prediction Fail

The Winner The biggest fail is the late Terence McKenna's Timewave Zero prediction. First published in 1975, it was predicated on McKenna's complex novelty theory about the cyclical nature of time, and guesstimated that some kind of awesome singularity would occur in December 2012 (the date was based partly on his own calculations and partly... Continue Reading →

No “Leap of Faith”

Peter Gersten, the UFO disclosure activist who pledged to pitch himself from the top of Bell Rock in Sedona yesterday, confident that an interdimensional portal would open up and swallow him before he hit the ground, apparently didn't jump. He showed up at Bell Rock on schedule, but told authorities and reporters he would jump... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup: Maybe some people should stick with kitten calendars

spaceAccording to Swedish toxicologist Carl Johan Calleman, the Mayan Long Count calendar ended on October 28, 2011. This date was based on his own calculations, and doesn't seem to have been accepted by any other Mayanists; they're sticking with the December 21, 2012 end date. Calleman tells us the end of the calendar has resulted... Continue Reading →

Book Review of The Return of Planet-X by Jaysen Q. Rand, Part II

continued from Part IThe EvidenceThe Chronology of Planet-XIf X passes Earth roughly every 3600 years and its next fly-by is expected any minute now, then we've got an excellent idea of when these major cataclysms should've wracked the earth. The last wave of havoc should have occurred 'round about 1590 BC, in the late Bronze... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Return of Planet X by Jaysen Q. Rand

The full title of this book won't even fit in the space allotted for the blog post title, so here it is: The Return of Planet-X And Its Effects on Mother Earth ~ a Natural Disaster Survivor's Manual ~ WORMWOOD: Mankind's Ongoing Legacy With A Brown Dwarf Star by Jaysen Q. Rand, Ph.D. (FutureWorld Publishing,... Continue Reading →

Git in the Truck, the Singularity’s A-Comin’!

Them scientificist folks are at it again, playin' around with some-such as they shouldn't be, that Big Hadron Collider-thingamajig. Galileo predicted the world would end 'cause of this. Or maybe it was Nostradamus. I get them Eye-talian fellers mixed up.

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