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The Loch Ness monster

The Loch Ness Monster

In 1934 a grainy black and white photograph gave the world the first apparent proof that the age old legend of a monstrous creature inhabiting Scotland’s Loch Ness was indeed real. 597 more words


Diversity Destroys Social Cohesion in the West

In my study of ancient history I found that ancient empires after conquering a nation would import foreign immigrants for the purpose of weaken that nations culture in order prevent it from rebelling against the Empire. 39 more words


A Letter to a Believer In Response to a Believer on The Existence of God Article

A Letter to a Believer

In Response to a Believer on The Existence of God Article

In my article on the existence of God, I surely was not trying to support fundamentalist creationism.   4,049 more words


August 29th - September 4th

The Valley Nerd Watch!

Hello again for another lovely edition of the Nerd Watch! We’re so happy to have you all here. We saw John Carter (John Carter of Mars ) recently and we have to say that we totally recommend you all watch that very odd movie that we still cannot believe was made. 881 more words


August 22nd - August 28th

The Valley Nerd Watch!

We had a lovely time this past Wednesday at the Brass Cat in Easthampton playing board games, getting our butts soundly kicked at Tiny Epic Galaxies, a very cute and easy to play worker-placement game with some nice twists on the formula and a lot of player interaction that kept it from feeling a bit Solitaire-eqsue like a lot of these games can wind up seeming. 1,014 more words


August 1st - August 7th

The Valley Nerd Watch!

We return from our family trip tired and a bit annoyed that work is still a thing! But we will not allow that to distract us from the most important thing in life: telling folks about local news stuff! 1,472 more words


July 25th - July 31st

The Valley Nerd Watch!

This issue of the Nerd Watch was written on a computer with a Windows 10 install that still thinks that the default system language should be Spanish, which we have to be honest is annoying in ways we had not considered. 1,405 more words