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Sub-Zero Sun Dogs, Alaska Prep, Oddities, God

I’ve seen sun dogs before and have probably blogged about them, but cold weather as a cause got my attention due to my quest to take my fiancé’s ashes up to Alaska. Here are the sun dogs: Sub-zero temperatures in West Michigan led to many residents spotting a “sun dog” phenomenon that made it look … Continue reading

Dishwasher Awarded $21 Million

In Florida, it is possible to become a multi-millionaire in just over 10 years working as a dishwasher. What’s more, you will definitely get Sundays off. This unlikely thing happened recently for a woman in Miami. A former dishwasher at a Miami hotel, fired after missing work on Sundays for religious reasons, was awarded a … Continue reading

Funky Religion: Disco Balls in Japanese Temples

Years ago, in 2016, one the fastest growing religious categories in the world was “no religion.” Are disco balls in Japanese temples today a result? Buddhist temples in western Japan are becoming unlikely sites for entertainment, putting on 1970s and ’80s disco music and planetarium shows to attract young people and regain their status as … Continue reading

Jupiter’s Octagon and Pentagon Shaped Cyclone Clusters

There are surprises in the game every day if we pay attention. Here’s one from the largest planet in our solar system: geometric clusters of cyclones on Jupiter. Jupiter’s poles are blanketed by geometric clusters of cyclones and its atmosphere is deeper than scientists suspected. These are just some of the discoveries reported by four … Continue reading

Odd: Falcon Heavy Launch of Red Tesla to Mars, Xeno Music Vid

In days, on Feb 6, a red Tesla Roadster lifts off for Mars in Earth’s most powerful rocket, the Falcon Heavy. Oddly, I drove “red space Tesla” in a music video months before having any clue about this–for a song I sang on and produced called High On Love (Can’t Get Too). In it, I … Continue reading

Places are Memories

Tonight I walked with God. By this, I mean I found a random number generator, asked questions of the God behind it, then followed the directions. This adventure took me to some old places I once lived, a trip down memory lane, a night to reflect. God, in this way, led me to a Starbucks, … Continue reading

A Roman War Tool Still Influences the World

You may have heard the quotes, “Truth is the first casualty of war,” or “The winner of a war rewrites history,” but few know we still today experience a history rewrite by Romans who won an ancient war. If independent historical religious researchers are correct, the Flavian emperors of Rome left behind not just language, pottery, … Continue reading

Proposal: Lawmakers Must Have Logic Skills

Can you pass this six question logic quiz?  T | F – Time is a measurable quantity T | F – Trees are real T | F – Trees grow rings at a rate of one per year T | F – As of 2013, the oldest tree-ring measurements in the Northern Hemisphere extend back … Continue reading

Louisiana congressman: ‘Kill them all’ 

Sometimes it’s embarrassing to be human. Not only are insane people supposedly killing indiscriminately in the name of a God in the year 2017, there are also people in positions of leadership who are responding with the same insane murderous thought virus. To Rep. Clay Higgins I say, we don’t kill all “suspects” who might do … Continue reading