The Washington Times dumps Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) for plagiarism
Good. The Washington Times has ended Rand Paul’s column. This is definitely deserved as it appears plagiarism is not an uncommon practice by Senator Rand Paul from Kentucky.
German Solar Power Beats Nuclear Hands Down When Comparing TWh
This image that came across Facebook prompted me to do a bit of exploring. Just so you know right away, this graphic is not entirely correct, but close. LOL… one […]
Wikipedia’s Lamest Edit Wars
I found this Wikipedia page to be very humorous – and many items debated really had some valid points. Basically, these are issues which been debated over and over again […]
The Great Internet Black Out Has Commenced
On Jan 24th, Congress will vote to pass internet censorship in the Senate, even though the vast majority of Americans are opposed. We need to kill the bill – PIPA […]
The Greatest Protest in History Has Just Started
There have been so many large protests throughout the history of mankind, but in my opinion, so many sites going black ranks now as Number One! The organization, the participation […]
SOPA for Dummies
One awesome (and anonymous) person decided to put together a short but sweet Google Doc called “SOPA For Dummies” to help explain this bill is simplistic terms. Here is the […]
More details about the Random Number Generator and it’s results that “predicted” 9/11?
Since my recent posting – more like a ranting – about the Princeton Random Generator which “predicted” 9/11, my curiosity rose. My abhoration for statistics had stopped me from researching […]