“Science” as an outdated technology?

An anon with an academic background gives a criticism on the effects of research institutions and bureaucracies on science itself.  A first step on the staircase that leads down a surprisingly deep rabbit hole: What we call “science” is 17-century technology. The system made sense when research was done by a relatively small group of … More “Science” as an outdated technology?

Destroyed Houses

President Biden of the United States made a rather impassioned speech a few days ago, on the anniversary of the 1/06/21 protest that took place in Washington, D.C.  He went through great lengths to describe how it was a terrible deed and an attack on the nation and democracy itself. Below is a scene from … More Destroyed Houses

Letter from the Dog

A Japanese man came across a moving notice in the neighborhood.  Surprisingly, the letter is from a dog: The notice roughly translates to: “Dear grade schoolers, thank you for always calling out my name when you walk by.  I’ve moved.  Please continue to be gentle, animal loving people from now on! Take care Wendy (aged … More Letter from the Dog

Relativistic Bomb

Interesting musings on the implications of civilizations that manage to achieve light speed travel, and how they may interact with humanity: The great silence (ie. absence of SETI signals from alien civilizations) is perhaps the strongest indicator of all that high relativistic velocities are attainable and that everybody out there knows it. The sobering truth … More Relativistic Bomb

Rat Friend

An unlikely friendship formed in the midst of the corona virus pandemic: The two attempt’s on Manuel’s life leaves more questions than answers.  How did they go down?  How did the two eventually reconcile and become friends?  The world may never know.


A very unfortunate tale on how a 4chan anon broke his father’s heart: When I was ten years old, I had a bike. And I hated the fucking thing. My dad gave it to me when I was eight, and for two years I couldn’t stand the bike. The gears were always rusted, the chain … More Gameboy

Tim the Mouse

An anon’s cat brought in a dying mouse from outside his house.  A surprising amount of kindness was shown to the animal at the last step of its journey: