The end of the world?
Back when I was a kid, I remember having something called, (astonishingly politically incorrectly,) the “Indian Weather Rock.” It was a knick-knack that sat on a shelf somewhere and the trick was that it would tell you about the weather. You put it outside when you wanted a reading: if the rock was wet, it’s raining. If it’s white, it was snowing… etc. It was an amazing piece of human engineering.
I thought, with all of the tumultuous events of today, be they financial systems collapsing, Mayan calendars running out of squares into which we can write the year, famous people changing careers, disastrous political machinations taking shape left and right, what the world needs is a digital way to understand exactly what kind of mess we’re in. So, I’ve put together what may be the most comprehensive computing device I’ve ever made, and let me tell you, it’s almost NEVER wrong. Go here (click) and check out some of it’s unequivocal magic.
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