Why are claims of a bigfoot sightings in your science section? Upon cursory review (and I mean all of 10 seconds) a 5th grade science student can determine that this is nothing but a hoax – and a really lame one to boot. Blurry video at 15 feet? The cheapest cameras auto-focus in […]
Perry DeAngelis would have loved this story.
Many people are familiar with the famous fable by Aesop, The Boy Who Cried Wolf. The protagonist of the fable is a bored shepherd boy who entertained himself by tricking nearby villagers into thinking a wolf is attacking his flock of sheep. When they came to his rescue, […]
The SGU received an email yesterday. To its author, who will remain anonymous, I would like to thank them for putting together this “one-stop-shop” of a handy reference for me. The next time we need to address the Moon-Hoax segment of society on the podcast, I will be sure to include one or more of […]
I thought I’d share an email I received today. It was forwarded to me by a co-worker, who received it from a friend, and so on – a typical chain email, or viral email. It finally made it to me after 31 forwards (and maybe more) and, apparently, about two and a half years of […]