We've only just begun: Fukushima groundwater now flowing into the ocean

If the latest worldwide fish kills have anything to do with increased radiation in the seas, get ready for a big cull coming.. The operator of Japan’s Fukushima plant–you know, that place worldwide media has systematically ignored since the March 2011 superquake–says that the destroyed plant has begun released radioactive ground water into the Pacific … Read moreWe've only just begun: Fukushima groundwater now flowing into the ocean

A collection of the Weird Wednesday news

From the world at large, the strange, the unexplained, the unusual.. for your reading displeasure.. This would probably not be a topic explored by David Paulides since it doesn’t match his characteristics, but it’s weird.. a 19-year-old college student has vanished from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.. the student is Hye Min Choi. He checked his … Read moreA collection of the Weird Wednesday news

Nothing to see here

Russia’s Military Begins Massive Nuclear War Drill » On Thursday, 10,000 Russian troops began a drill simulating the massive use of nuclear missiles. It’s only just a drill … only just a drill.. only just a drill. BUT as Ronald Reagan would say…. ‘we begin bombing in five minutes’

Weird Wednesday: Drunk secret service agents, a gyrating robot, and a portal to hell in a frozen pond

I had a very long discussion with a friend last night about society’s ills and the dramatic changes that we have seen even in our relatively young lives.. It’s amazing. We traveled back to 6th grade. I distinctly remember “Sister Monica” and other nuns debating whether they should show my class that cutting edge flick … Read moreWeird Wednesday: Drunk secret service agents, a gyrating robot, and a portal to hell in a frozen pond

Case of the Mondays: News from coast to coast and beyond

More things are being ‘spotted’ in the Indian Ocean and near Australia.. It could be Malaysian Flight 370. Or it could be chunks of the mountains of plastic that no doubt float in the ocean.  I am not holding my breath, nor getting excited.. if something is confirmed, I’ll obviously be on that. Until then … Read moreCase of the Mondays: News from coast to coast and beyond

Chile is rumbling

Chile has been experiencing several large earthquakes recently, with yesterday being the latest at 6.1 in magnitude. Rock slides have resulted in something locations. In other areas affected by the shaking, rattled nerves are abounding.. The latest quake yesterday was 60 miles from Iquique. According to Twitter users in that area, many are without power. … Read moreChile is rumbling

Flooded egos on the Red Carpet

Hollywood is drenched.For months, the nation watched California whither and dry during an extreme drought.And now today, as Ellen gets set to open the Academy Awards, a huge storm is hitting the red carpet.. And Hollywood, ever the spiritually vacant town would do, is worried about fashion.. How will the drenching rain and wind affect … Read moreFlooded egos on the Red Carpet