At last, mostly all of our video works are together at a single link. Many thanks to our various collaborators!
If you are on Facebook and haven’t already done so, “liking” us is an easy way to keep up with our latest content. And if you have liked us already, recommending us to your friends is welcome and only takes a moment. Thank you, fans!
450 pages of sheer blasphemy, the only thing left to do is find a brave publisher.
In case you were uncertain about the length and breadth of the Gonzo Science Web Empire, you may use this handy portal to access every corner of our vast holdings. The power is driving us mad!!!
Here is our new “Gonzo Science Recommends” page at Amazon, where you can essentially browse the virtual contents of the Gonzo Science library, and if you find you want to buy one of these anomalous tomes, we get a small finder’s fee. Keep checking back as we fill out the ranks with heretical tome after heretical tome. Thank you.
Our web empire has expanded to include the fledgling Gonzo Science Flickr page.
This week’s NSFW episode maybe our most pornographic ever, “Blowback Mountain,” in which Officers Chuckles and Tickler penetrate a secret society of suicidal sex maniacs. Also featuring: “Zwonk’s Animal Extermination Service.”
We just joined Facebook, a handy way to follow this blog if you are a Facebook user or Facebook curious. Thank you.
…for your patience as
we’ve been experiencing long load times the past couple days (Fixed - Jim). We’ve got the hosting company working on it…
One improvement that has come of this: it used to be that if you went to gonzoscience.com, it would redirect you to gonzoscience.com/GonzoUSA. But now those urls have been switched, so you may wish to update your bookmarks. The URL of this page is now www.gonzoscience.com, and visitors will be redirected here from the old gonzoscience.com/GonzoUSA URL.
Thank you, and we hope your Thanksgiving was filled with weird science.
UPDATE: Still a few technical problems, as some links to other parts of the site now redirect to the front page. And if you have found us from the internet with a search, you may be thinking, “Where’s the article I was looking for?” Please use the search box in the sidebar, or the topics, to search for specific content until this glitch is fixed. Thank you.
Some fun stats: Gonzo Science is currently #1 when you google:
“animal sex facts” and
We are #2 for:
“Mothman Minnesota” and
A short while ago we were like #4 for “Cameron Lake Monster“, but since then we’ve fallen to #13.
Currently #8 for “Chappaquiddick conspiracy” and
The comments are on. I’m not going to fuss with the comments any more - trying to spam-proof them just complicates matters. Anyway, thank you for visiting, and welcome.
These guys work there asses off to raise awareness of the poison of fluoride in our drinking water. They have begun their 2009 annual fund drive.
As an anti-spam-comment measure, I have made it so that users must be registered and logged in to comment.
[Gonzo Blog Team: comments function now automatically enabled on all posts unless you specifically turn it off.]
I have reorganized the links in the sidebar to fall into broad categories to make them more easily navigable. The categories highlight our interests better. Watch for more to be added.
When: Oct. 16
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It’s been great knowing you all. I love each and everyone of you beyond any words I could possibly express verbally or mentally. I believe each and everyone of us is here for absolutely no purpose, whatsoever; and for that very reason, I consider everyone who has played a part in making who “I” am to be that much more significant. I would especially like to give a shout out to my parents, all the friends I had growing up, my friends in the Twin Cities, and my good friends here in the Twin Ports. When you look out at the stars at night, it’s really hard not to think about how goddamn unimportant everything we do is. I love you. Oh, and by the way, you can keep up on the end of it all here.
For all your earthquake-tracking needs. For instance, earthquakes and seismic stresses may be associated with anomalous lights that trigger UFO flaps. Or, you may wish to avoid placing your nuclear powerplants in earthquake-prone areas, although that hasn’t stopped anyone yet.
We’ve added a couple features at the bottom of the sidebar. The first is a Media Matters news box. Media Matters is a great watchdog of the media’s slip to the right. They transcribe news and talk radio shows and point out examples of gross bias and fact-free reporting. The really fun part is that Media Matters is run by a former right-wing dude turned progressive, so his eye is particularly keen. I don’t always agree with his choices or interpretation of certain things, but those are pretty rare quibbles about an immensely valuable antidote to media bias and complacency. Just scanning the headlines in the news box can make me feel fresh. For instance this gem I plucked from there today, “Gibson’s capital gains tax assertion during debate disputed by economists.”
The other feature is a resource search of Andrew Vacchs’ anti-child abuse site, the Zero. It’s a powerful resource that I’m glad to have on the site. Here’s a page of links from the Zero’s resource section about children and medication that I find useful in understanding just how much we’ve pathologized childhood.
Thank you for your patience during the ’slow time’. The site is much easier to navigate now.
We’ve added a new set of links on the sidebar. As opposed to just indispensable daily reading like ‘Our Top Links’, the Gonzo Toolbox is all stuff you can use, like searchable databases and the like. And who wouldn’t want to keep an eye on Nessie while tracking killer asteroids and analyzing your tapwater? We’ll add more tools as time goes on, and feel free to forward us your suggestions. Thank you~
More slo-mo balloons - this one not popping, very illustratively.
I will note that the ‘Geometry’ tag is a joke around here we use for all kinetic video - but it works.
Also, for some reason, Firefox users may need to double-click to get videos here to play, and it will take you to the Youtube page of the video in question, unlike Internet Explorer users, who can watch them play right here as easy as you please.
Which reminds me, Internet Explorer users, which is most of you, get an annoying message just beneath our masthead, telling you to use Firefox instead. This annoying message is something apparently hard to get rid of; we could probably get it to go away but only if we significantly change the look of the site as a whole, which we are reluctant to do. So Firefox users get no annoying message, but they can’t watch the videos quite as easily. Apologies. Any geeks with any tips on getting rid of the annoying message, please shoot us an email using the ‘contact’ button on the left. Thank you~
I have turned the comments on since the spam has died down a bit. Let’s see how this goes…