A Very Special Educational Post

It has been 2014 for four days now. Not much seems to have changed, the only noticeable difference is my newfound inability to properly date a single thing. Don’t worry about me, though. I should have adjusted by mid-October. In all of the excitement of the new year, I missed a very important piece of […]


The Sky is Falling: Asteroid to Maybe Possibly Hit Earth, But Probably Not

So this is how it ends. I have really enjoyed my time on the planet earth. There are a lot of things I’ve enjoyed. Red Velvet Cake comes to mind. Also tube socks. I would love to spend more time with these items, but alas, my time on this spinning globe I call home is […]

Scientists Find Dark Brooding Replacement for Pluto

For years students have learned about our solar system and the planets in boring old science classes. They would have to recite the planets in order from the sun over and over. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto. A pandemic of boredom inflicted our schools, killing at least 1,000. It was old, […]