The week that was

The Hubble Space Telescope glitched out and “stopped collecting science data.” NASA engineers work feverishly to get things working again but are running out of options as backup systems also failed. The U.S. government released a report admitting that due to “lack of data” it can’t explain 143 of the 144 cases of UFOs that […]

The week that was

Akamai’s Denial-of-Service software inadvertently denied service to major banks and airlines in Australia. A Chinese construction company built a 10-story apartment building, complete with all electrical, lighting, water supply, and drainage in 28 hours and 45 minutes. At the G7 summit, US president Joe Biden gifted UK prime minister Boris Johnson a $6,000 custom bicycle […]

The week that was

The fact-checkers at Snopes spent 90-minutes trying to figure out if former President Trump was wearing his trousers backwards. Concerned about climate change, a Texas congressman asked the National Forest Service if they could do anything, “to change the course of the moon’s orbit or the Earth’s orbit around the sun.” Arizona’s Department of Corrections […]

The week that was

A UN report stated that a drone aircraft autonomously attacked humans for the first time ever in Libya last year. Closer to home, a candidate for mayor in Albuquerque, had his speech interrupted (griefed?) by a drone-carrying a dildo. In a reversal of last week’s policy that brought us the ConocoPhillips “chillers” used to firm […]