There is no Wyoming Institute of Technology.


There is, however, a much shadier WyoTech, formerly known as Wyoming Technical Institute, which is a for-profit college system founded in Laramie, Wyoming, in 1966. But that is neither here nor there.

The image on witscience.org’s About page —

About WIT

— is the same image on www.southdreamz.com page (a self-noted Entertainment blog) —


— which is actually from a medical-/science-based immigration/job site:

Southdreamz.com didn’t even bother to rename the image file! You can save them both from the sites as ‘Investigadores.jpg’ — it’s almost like they wanted you to know they weren’t real!

WITscience is a satirical piece of art that simply has a scientific slant.

They have been the “experts” for National Report, for the this gem: Solar Panels Drain the Sun’s Energy, even though their more obvious fake-stories (“Health Spa to be Built at Northern Tip of Antarctica“) remain, as of yet, unreported on. (I wonder why. 😉

WITscience.org also claims to have stopped the Y2K virus from spreading. (Good to know, that.)

WITscience is actually a fun little site to visit, but not if you’re needing information for your high school book report.

Although I wonder if any high-schooler cited WITscience for their bibliographies and, if they had, what grade they received. Hrmm . . .

  • Riley Whodat Venable

    But I love the research they publish. “Human Soul should be on Periodic Table.”

    • george lastrapes

      In the inert gas column, since it is- as all religions agree- imperishable.

  • george lastrapes

    If you put big wheels on the back of a car and small wheels on the front, it seems to the car that it’s going downhill, and while that’s not enough for free locomotion, the car is encouraged to do the very best it can with mileage, which it will do, provided it is run at optimum speed with as few stops/starts as possible.

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