UFO Report: Spectral Data Matters

We’ll get to this morning’s dollop of daily data droppings in a second. But first thing up is an important reader “heads-up” on how to read the pending UFO report. Consider yourself having dropped into Ure’s Old Man Lab in the woods for a “quickie briefing” on trans-dimensional Physics.  Which is what the report is all about, whether anyone wants to use the term yet, or not… How Spectral Data Matters To understand precisely what to look for when …

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ShopTalk Sunday: New Life for Used Power Tools

Does Ure want a new top-of-the-line PowerMatic or Laguna, or StopSaw to whip out cabinets and have on hand when G2 gets here (eventually) and puts on his “house-building on the off-shift” pants? But, to tell you the truth, at age 72 even a “convicted tool-slut” (in the Court of Wifely Opinions, no less!), it’s hard for me to get behind buying $2,000 and up cabinet saws. The next best thing?  Buying used power tools on CraigsList and …

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ShopTalk: A UFO “Conspiracy” Becomes Real…

Woo-Woo or Ultra-Science?  That’s the Question. It has been popular in American politics of late to diss all manner of disagreeable and still “information-controlled” alleged facts as “Conspiracies.” To this, the Denying Party then proclaims that ALL Conspiracies are Wrong. This morning, we show otherwise. UFO MATERIAL:  Recovered and Tested Although nothing new to our Peoplenomics readers, the odds have now moved into perhaps  the upper 90th percentile that a) the UFO Crash near Roswell, N.M. in …

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Coping: Springing Ahead Insanity

I won’t spend much time of today’s column because it’s too logical and sensible:  I believe our whole, planet-wide understanding of time is screwy and uselessly complex. Tonight, at 2 AM, we will “spring ahead” to 3 AM instantly.  You and I will both get screwed our of an hour of sleep. What happens is predictable.  We will expect a small bump up in accident rates, for example, because people’s personal “clocks” have been tampered …

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Prepping: My Personal Brain Hacks

You never know when disaster will strike.  I mean, most days you will only need to really think at work for a few minutes a day.  The rest of the time, you’ll be in the process mode.  That’s when you do the “same old thing” over and over and (is it quitting time, yet?)… Without exception, though, the people who are likely to be best prepared to survive at all times, seem (logically) to be …

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Coping: Upping Our “Web Game”

A couple of readers Wednesday noticed that a few things on UrbanSurvival stopped working for a while.  For example, our “header image” went missing for a couple of hours.  And when it came back, the next issue was when people wanted to make a reply to a comment, that button was missing. As of this morning, though, most everything should be back in its place and performing as it should. What’s been going on?  You …

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Coping: Levitation Breakthroughs Nearing?

Much as George’s book “Dimensions Next Door” (available on Amazon) had been forecasting, there’s now been a breakthrough home “Maker” project of an antigravity levitator recognized by the IEEE this week…