Chuck Dimwin’s Theory of Devolution!

The ‘Descent of Mann’ song by Herbie Mann, American flautist and Evangelical Atheist. Survival of the fattest! (That’s where we got the word Scales!) Survival of the dumbest: the ultimate qualification for any politician, especially a President. We descended from fishes with an unusually long attention span. And that’s the long and short of it!…

Evergreens If I May

Evergreens and the incursion of civilization! Conflicting Data: How Fast Is the World Losing its Forests? The latest UN report on climate says reducing deforestation is crucial to slowing global warming. But researchers must first reconcile two contradictory sets of statistics on tree loss in order to determine whether promises made by nations to protect…

Of Global Warming, Bowels, and Flatulating Cows!

Climate Change and/or Global Warming Alert!: Yes! And painting the tops of buildings white or covering with plants would help lower the city ‘heat island’ effect! And what about all those damn flatulating cows!? Yes, would feeding Gas-X to farting cows help!? “Cow belches, conversely, are hilarious. It’s the rare issue that’s seriously impactful and…

The End of Our Intellectual Being or My Blogging Time!

Super Artificial Intelligence (AI) is coming to a theatre near you… Machines will soon be our masters and we just mere slaves. But only as long as we serve their purpose. We will continue to develop AI and rely more and more on machines to do our work and thinking. And maybe even more! We…

Repeating Delusional Science?

Is this free-form or just deformed poetry? Or maybe, even a rambling form of prose or semi pros? You decide! Questionable Quantum Questions: 1. Is The Universe just a machine with Biomorphic Resonance? 2. Is Matter unconscious or subject to intellectual phase locking? 3. Are the Laws of Nature fixed or are they subject to…

Of That F*€£ing Tesseract, Beware!

Is it a cube? Is it a square? Is it here? Is it over there? Some say the damn tesseract is sometimes here sometimes there but mostly in four-dimensional nowhere! 👻…👻…👻 Inspired by Tornado of Chaos RoBIN Always getting in the way, Coming into our dimension, Thinking they know everything; They look down upon us, —Us spheroids, Cuboids, Squares,…

A Butterfly Cosmic Map

A stunning image taken by the European Space Agency (ESA) GAIA Space probe. This image shows a massive star cluster of 1.7 billion stars in our own Milky Way Galaxy backyard. Added my own butterfly images to fill in some of the void between the cluster images because it ‘kind of’ looks like fluttering butterflies…

Surely Gene-Splicing Gone Amiss!

Recombinant DNA gene splicing gone awry: Add a fragment of a different organism here. Cut, slice and insert a DNA sequence from a bit of a weird that. And what have you got? A wondrous new musical species… An Apis Mellifera Mercenaria Dollipedia in a Bikini! And it even sings country music!

It’s High Tech On Our Backs!

They say it took over 400,000 years for the Evolution of man from proto-ape to our modern form: myopic-ape. However, I do believe we are rapidly Devolving and becoming mere slaves on our hands and knees bowing to our High Tech masters. Ever more Machine and Internet junkies in constant need of ‘like-like’ dopamine fixes:…

The Theory of Blog Devolution!

Charles Dorkwin’s Controversial Theory of Blog Devolution! Blog Devolution is the process of change in all forms of ‘posts’ and devolutionary blogology is the study of how blogs and blog posts devolve. Blogging populations quickly devolve as genetic changes to replies correspond to changes in the blogger’s wiseass traits. These genetic changes include post mutations…

Social Distancing to the Extreme!

Just a duck up a tree …… Social distancing -or- Avoiding the latest coronavirus status update -or- Too much disinfectant I fear! And what about the damn face mask!?

Keep Those Creepy Crawly Spiders A Comin’!

The Horror …… Spiders (order Araneae) are air-breathing arthropods that have eight legs and chelicerae with fangs able to inject venom. They are the largest order of arachnids and rank seventh in total species diversity among all orders of organisms. Spiders are found worldwide on every continent except for Antarctica, and have become established in nearly every habitat with the exceptions of air…