Just a little fun. Enjoy
If you know me, you know i like anything that messes with our brain. This one is pretty good. If you think you know how it’s done leave a comment.
This trick train video is from neuroscientist Al Seckel, who says that it’s of an actual model train going into a tunnel, without the benefit of any computer tricks. So what’s really happening in this optical illusion?
- Check Out 10 Funny Optical Illusions (illuminutti.com)
- Check Out 10 Funny Optical Illusions (rubinoworld.com)
- Cat Can See Spinning Optical Illusion, Tries To Attack It (geekologie.com)
- A Cat’s Reaction To An Optical Illusion Is Priceless (americanlivewire.com)
- Optical Illusion: normal faces turn into monsters before your very eyes (lostateminor.com)
- Check Out 40 Funny Optical Illusions (oddstuffmagazine.com)
There are a lot of claims on websites that promote the FEMA Camp conspiracy theories and the locations of the alleged interment/concentration/prison camps. From my research into these locations, many of these websites have very common trends to them and the locations that are posted.
Here are some things that I have found to be quite common with these location claims, and the websites that promote them:
• The claims about these alleged FEMA camp locations tend to be all alike, word by word.
Many of these websites “expose” these “locations” appear to do a lot of copying and pasting of these claims from other websites. Many times these claims are exactly the same, including misspellings, and lack of any real research.
• Many websites list completely bogus locations.
While many websites misidentify what a location is, or what’s at a location, some of the locations that are claimed never had what was claimed to be there to being with. A good example of this would be the claim that there is a renovated Japanese interment camp in Josephine County, Oregon. There was never a Japanese interment camp in Josephine County, Oregon, and thus the claim is bogus.
• Many websites that list locations sometimes have little to no information on those locations.
I’ve seen a lot of location claims that have very little, to next to none, to no information about the location what so ever. Even the most detailed of claims often are only have about two to three of sentences worth, and provide no in depth details, or creditable evidence to back up the claim that the location is in fact an interment/concentration/prison camp.
• Any true facts given about a location still fails to prove anything.
Yes, sometimes these websites will actually list facts about a location. The problem is that these facts are often muddled with unproven allegations. Even when they aren’t, they still do not prove that the location is a FEMA camp.
• Area 51 is not listed as a FEMA camp location.
This one surprised me. Despite all of the conspiracy theories that have been made about this place, being a FEMA camp location is apparently not one of the…
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- 2013 Part 5: Your Home is a FEMA Camp (johngaltfla.com)
- FEMA Detention Camps In the US (lynleahz.com)
- FEMA Camps: Locations and Executive Orders (amresolution.com)
- Tinfoil Hat Alert! FEMA Camps Still Don’t Exist (VIDEO) (addictinginfo.org)
What is with Brazilians and their pranks? LOL! First there was the Ghost In An Elevator trick and now a corpse!!!
This is great stuff. Enjoy
- Terrifying ghost-elevator prank (boingboing.net)
- Could TV Show Behind “Ghost in the Elevator” Prank Be Taken to Court? (foxnewsinsider.com)
- Check Out The Extremely Scary Ghost Elevator Prank (hot937.cbslocal.com)
In the spirit of Halloween here are a few hilarious photos of people losing their sh*t in the Nightmares Fear Factory, Niagara Falls Canada. Click a photo to begin viewing. Enjoy
For more hilarious photos and videos of people losing their sh*t click on over to the Nightmares Fear Factory webpage.
Great Halloween Costume – The Ghost of Michael Jackson
See more great costume photos at the 2012 Halloween Costume Contest.
- Remember Nightmares Fear Factory Haunted House from last Halloween? They’re at it again. (gourmethorror.wordpress.com)
- The Art of Photographing People Being Scared Out of Their Minds (petapixel.com)
Some things are just cool to watch.
- Photorealistic Drawing Challenges by Illustrator Mark Crilley (laughingsquid.com)
Thanks to the movies, there are a lot of weapons that most people think are great for killing zombies, but in reality, they really aren’t that useful for killing zombies at all.
So now, here is a list of five weapons that people think are great for fighting zombies with, but really are not:
While most people believe that the shotgun is the best gun to use against a horde of zombies, in reality, it actually isn’t.
A shotgun might be effective at close range, but at a distance, or if you’re using bird shot, it isn’t that effective.
Shotguns have a more limited range then rifles, plus, shot scatters, so if a friend is a middle of a zombie horde, you could hit them and either kill them, or cause them to get eaten. Also, because of the scattering effect of shotgun shot, you might not even hit the brain or brain stem of a zombie. Then of course there’s bird shot, which might not even be effective at all against a zombie.
- Fight Zombies for Real in the Zombie Shopping Mall Experience (geeksyndicate.wordpress.com)
- Zombie Weapons (addendum) (storiesbywilliams.com)
- Zombies take over Danville neighborhood for commerical shoot (wsls.com)
Although we like to think of scientific inquiry as being completely objective, unfortunately there have been times in the past that it has been biased by our human desires. Whether it is for fame, fortune, or simply to mislead, some people will occasionally go to great lengths to deceive the world. You’ll probably notice, however, that not all of these are malicious cases of deception. Some are in fact quite amusing and meant to be little more than practical jokes. Either way though, these are the 25 greatest scientific hoaxes in history.