Author Archives: E.M.Smith

About E.M.Smith

A technical managerial sort interested in things from Stonehenge to computer science. My present "hot buttons' are the mythology of Climate Change and ancient metrology; but things change...

Attack on Westminster Bridge and Parliament

Attack on Westminster Bridge and Parliament – in progress Continue reading

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Mutton Bustin’

Of all the things I’d never thought I’d learn watching Congress grill a Supreme Court nominee… “Mutton Busting” was a topic. Say what? Something “western” I didn’t experience in my little farm town? (Must be ‘new’…) http://www.sarodeo.com/rodeo/mutton-bustin has an interesting … Continue reading

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Bitchute Corbett Report on Judith Curry – Climate Models For The Layman

An interesting video interview of Dr. Judith Curry by Corbett Report. It is presented on Bitchute a peer to peer video service, so no censors involved… https://www.bitchute.com/video/SBjFjSZjv6w/ Yes, I’m enjoying way too much my new HDTV / video services / … Continue reading

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Circular Log Periodic Antenna

An interesting log periodic loop array antenna. Continue reading

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Aleppo vs Mosul, BBC vs RT, and a Mirror

Why I like RT news largely comes down to covering uncovered stories, behind the scenes views of what the EU and USA would rather we not see, and “talking dirt” about or calling out other media when they blatantly lie. That is, investigative journalism OF journalists from the “west”. Continue reading

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Interesting Video on USA Election Influence

An interesting Bitchute video per the CIA and election meddling in the past. Continue reading

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Cord Cutting – Step 3: LG, Chrome and A Really Big Screen

Another step down the road to being a “Cord Cutter” with the buy of a nice LG HDTV for the living room, and adding a Chrome device to the other TV. Continue reading

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