by Richard Yep, it’s just about that time of the cycle. Every four years we get that special, magical time called the Leap Year! And on that wonderful, rare and incandescent moment of the Leap Day we get. . . just another day. wheeeee. Not really sure why some folks make a big deal out [...]Share on Facebook
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by Richard The leaves have already started turning and falling, but today makes it official. Welcome, dudes, to the first day of Fall. It’s my favorite season. Not only does it have Halloween and Thanksgiving (candy and food and dress up. What’s not to like?), but it’s also when the weather turns cooler, wiping out [...]Share on Facebook
Farts have a high methane content. Which means, when you fart, you’re releasing methane into the atmosphere. So, knowing that, it seems as if something on Mars is farting. A lot. Here’s what the scientists had to say. “Methane is quickly destroyed in the Martian atmosphere in a variety of ways, so our discovery of [...]Share on Facebook