The Institute of Astronomy of the Russian Academy of Sciences’ scientists have recalculated the path of Apophis, a large asteroid that will have a close flyby in 2029 to Earth. This new refined data now shows a “significantly low likelihood” of a hazardous encounter with Earth. Statements released went on to include “The exact path Apophis follows on its flyby in 2029 will determine whether it smashes into Earth seven years later.” Continue reading Apophis is coming
Dr. S. James Gates, Jr., a theoretical physicist working on string theory equations, is reporting that certain string theory, super-symmetrical equations, which describe the fundamental nature of the Universe and reality, contain embedded computer codes. These codes are digital data in the form of 1′s and 0′s. Not only that, these codes are the same as what make web browsers work and are error-correction codes! Gates says, “We have no idea what these ‘things’ are doing there”. Continue reading Error Correction is in Everything
I recorded this death metal cover of “Deck the Halls” as a gift to the metal scene back in 2009. It took off after a few sites linked to it. Many people have asked where they can buy a copy. Soon rabbits, soon.
UPDATE: You can buy this and more on my bandcamp page here.
“Wrong! Conan, what is best in life? Crush your enemies, see them driven before you and to hear the lamentation of their women! This is good.” Best fucking line in cinematic history! Maybe a slight overstatement but I’m all about the John Millius‘1982 version of “Conan the Barbarian” starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. I’ve watched this on tour more times than I can remember with the fellas and I always either leave it on or break out the digital copy and start it from the beginning. Continue reading Conan the Barbarian
In 1986 alien movies were taken to a new level. James Cameron’s “Aliens” is a masterpiece that in my eyes blows away the original. Blasphemy you say? Maybe. They’re really two totally different movies. “Alien” is more a man in a rubber suit monster movie where as “Aliens” is more of a military vs. alien infestation movie. Continue reading Aliens
This sequel to “House of 1000 Corpses” is one of my favorite horror films. I really dig Rob Zombie’s style, dirty, shocking and real. “The Devil’s Rejects” abruptly starts with sheriff Wydell (William Forsythe) and his deputies about to face of with the murderous backwoods Firefly family led by Otis (Bill Moseley) who’s enjoying a nice little nap with a dead female. Continue reading The Devil’s Rejects