Real-time Footage: Single DNA Molecule Replicating

Reality is full of surprises. Even at the most basic level of our biology, our DNA, there seems to be an engine of random activity as the seed of creation. A real-time video of DNA being coppied below (2017 research) shows a component of this chaos in creativity. We, as all self-organizing systems do due to entropy, tend toward states of resonance and harmony. I call this trait of harmonizing randomness, our randomoniusness. I think this is what others call life force. Almost all life on Earth is based on DNA being copied, or replicated. Now for the first time … Continue reading Real-time Footage: Single DNA Molecule Replicating

WordPress Bugs and Problems (Nov 2018)

Strange: A WordPress bug prevents reporting of WordPress bugs. I enjoy WordPress.com as a hosting platform, they optimize TrueStrange.com fairly well, but the current bugs are frustrating. The worst currently is a bug that prevents reporting of any bugs from the WordPress app. I call this the peril sensitive sunglasses 😎 bug. To help raise awareness, I’m publishing these true strange WordPress bugs and solutions as I find them. Check back for updates. Issue 1: The new notice to “connect with WordPress” is cut off (button partly hidden on smaller mobile devices and I don’t want my users to see … Continue reading WordPress Bugs and Problems (Nov 2018)

Drunk Racoons Held by Police, Released

Police in Milton, West Virginia have reassured the public there that apparently rabid raccoons were in fact merely drunk on fermented crabapples. “We have had calls on suspected rabid raccoons twice over the last two days,” the Milton Police Department wrote on Facebook. “Turns out they appear to be drunk on crabapples.” The department released a mugshot of one of the masked suspects: Milton (W.V.) Police Department Police recently hauled in two drunk raccoons, although catching them was a “community effort.” After the animals sobered up, the officers released them into the woods unharmed. Do not approach raccoons that are … Continue reading Drunk Racoons Held by Police, Released

Mysterious Boom Explained: Humvee Lands in Residential Garden

Some booms people hear across the USA remain mysterious but one in Johnsonville, North Carolina has been explained. A military cargo described as being a three ton Humvee vehicle from a parachute drop gone wrong recently fell out of the sky and landed with a boom in someone’s back yard garden. The military came and retrieved the cargo which landed off course due to an early release from a C-17 Globemaster transport aircraft. The High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) was designed as the replacement vehicle for the common military M151 series jeeps. According to globalsecurity.org the final version of … Continue reading Mysterious Boom Explained: Humvee Lands in Residential Garden

Florida: Up to 15 years in Prison for a “Pew pew pew” drawing

Feb 14, 2018 Update: This blog entry was posted Jan 10, over a month before the horrific Feb 14 Parkland Florida high school shooting of 17 students by a former student. Parkland is about 550 miles (over 8 hours) away from where where this school shooting drawing took place and the man who drew a school shooting image was not connected to the Parkland shooter. Gun violence in schools is horrific, but I still feel that an artist who draws a school shooting scene is not necessarily making a threat. It could have been drawn for his step son as … Continue reading Florida: Up to 15 years in Prison for a “Pew pew pew” drawing

Australian Heat Wave: Over 200 ‘Boiled’ Bats Fall From the Sky + Heat Wave Cause

Climate change is not going away. This will be a difficult year for some life on earth. Case in point, extreme heat is ‘boiling’ the brains of bats in southern Australia. More than 200 bats have lost their lives to southern Australia’s ongoing heat wave. As temperatures rose to 111.5 degrees Fahrenheit (44.2 degrees Celsius) in Campbelltown in the Australian state of New South Wales, a colony of flying fox bats that lives near the town’s train station felt the effects. Volunteers struggled to rescue the heat-stricken bats, according to the Campbelltown-Macarthur Advertiser, but at least 204 individual animals, mostly … Continue reading Australian Heat Wave: Over 200 ‘Boiled’ Bats Fall From the Sky + Heat Wave Cause

US Navy UFO Sighting: “Alien” Object Spotted With Infrared Sensor In Secret Pentagon Program

On a hunt for the most legitimate recent UFO sightings with video evidence, I found this. Remember when Robert Bigelow said on 60 minutes that the evidence aliens are on earth is right under our noses? Bigelow was involved in a $22M secret Pentagon-led UFO program and video recently released apparently shows a superfast high-altitude craft of an unusual shape. Earlier this month, the New York Times released an elaborate report detailing a secret Pentagon-led program that focused on unidentified flying objects. Videos from the program released along with the report show official images of what seem to be UFOs. The … Continue reading US Navy UFO Sighting: “Alien” Object Spotted With Infrared Sensor In Secret Pentagon Program

RIP Hugh Hefner, Playboy Creator

The man who created Playboy magazine and changed the world in the process has departed, passing away from natural causes at 91. Hugh Hefner, the man whose synthesis of cultural curation, in-depth interviews, and softcore pornography made Playboy one of the most iconic publications of the 20th century, has died. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hefner was ninety-one years old, and reportedly died of natural causes in his home, the famous Playboy Mansion. Link An article this year in Rolling Stone describes a “docuseries” which tells this story, likely as he, and not as his critics, would have it told. April … Continue reading RIP Hugh Hefner, Playboy Creator

Cheap iPhone/iPad stylus, until you get a real one

A proper stylus can save you and your finger from excess cell phone radiation. The trick is, it has to be the right shape and it has to conduct electricity. You may have to experiment with shapes until you get it just right. After trying a bunch of things which did not work like erasers, wide metal pen tips, aluminum foil over pencils, and even putting a small sponge in the hole left from removing the eraser of a pencil, I found something that does, the example above. Well, it works somewhat, except you get stupid typos and then can accidentally … Continue reading Cheap iPhone/iPad stylus, until you get a real one