“It’s about holding up a mirror to America in the Internet age,” the movement’s 23-year-old founder, Peter McIndoe, told the New York Times in a Dec. 9 profile. And though he’s publicly remained in character since starting Birds Aren’t Real in 2017, McIndoe says it’s now time to own the hoax and begin working to fight conspiracism in earnest.
Call it what you want, Science works.
I just want to state unequivocally that the power NEVER went out during the Summer when I was a kid. During the Winter, sure… because a lightning strike hit a transformer somewhere.[More]
I am more confident about the future after listing to Paxton Smith on the Pivot podcast. Paxton is the bright, intelligent, and bold valedictorian who hijacked her own speech to say what was really on her mind in the wake of the anti-choice legislation signed by Texas Governor Greb Abbott.[More]
Remember all the times you were bored as a kid? Can you tolerate that now without causing yourself physical pain and harm to avoid boredom?[More]