The internet is a magical place. Video tutorials on how to fix household appliances, investment advice, news about politics, cute cat videos, other entertainment, and plenty of interesting and informative discussion. But the internet has a dark side; increasingly buried, increasingly hard to find. Stories, videos, and pictures that will chill you to your very … Continue reading Digital Demons Thrive on the Internet
Crop circles were very popular… 20 years ago. They are flattened areas of crop, usually made in geometric shapes, that seemingly appear overnight. In the past they were discovered on a weekly basis, the news media went to every formation, and people endlessly speculated as to what these patterns were and who it was that … Continue reading Crop Circles; Still Relevant in 2018?
On this episode, Frank and Mike explore the idea of time travel and time manipulation. Time travel is the concept of movement between certain points in time, analogous to moving between different points in space by an object or a person, typically using a hypothetical device known as a time machine. The subject is fascinating … Continue reading Time for Time Travel?
Frank and Mike explore some good ol’ fashioned Bigfoot mythology and offer some new evidence based on that thing called science. Or maybe not, it’s hard to tell. Dig in and enjoy the ride, we certainly did! Reported in different instances worldwide, Sasquatch is probably the most famous cryptid, and spawned the term cryptozoology. Sasquatch … Continue reading The Troubling Bigfoot Mythology
Spirits and demons have walked the planet for many thousands of years, but are we creating a new digital wave of evil? Slender man, Dear David, Blue Whale Challenge…is it possible to create demons in real time that haunt the information superhighway? Frank and Mike explore some spiritual history, burial rituals, classic ghost stories, modern … Continue reading Is The Internet Haunted?
If you follow any of the news cycles and process their narrative in any way, you will notice that they are very hostile to any other viewpoints. If somebody contradicts them in a factual or ideological fashion, they instantly dip into the same tiresome accusation, calling the opposition viewpoint(s) a “conspiracy theory”. To parse the … Continue reading “Conspiracy Theory” Is Not A Pejorative