This is a ction of news analyses, scientific investigations, historical decipherments, religious themes, musings, humor and commentary as well as occasional twaddle. Within this book are 29 essays, theses and anecdotes, some of which might earn a plagiarist a Nobel Prize. Authorities inclined to accept standard thinking rather than unproven cognition [that someday may prove itself innovative rather than inconsequential] rejected all these articles. If it turns out the sun rather than crude oil caused temporary global warming, that one man did invent the alphabet four millennia ago, that St. Brendan was Quetzalcoatl, or that Zero does not have Physical Reality, publishers will not be able to say: Hey, didn t we tell you that twenty years ago? The thirty articles all have one thing in common: no journal, newspaper, or magazine would publish them because they did not fit the agenda of their publisher. These offerings were rejected not because of vulgar language, off-color subjects, being too PC, or on the grounds of libel, slander - all of which might held provided them better stead - or even this author's writing style. They are unpublishable because they do not conform. Some of its subjects are: Global Warming; A formula for predicting annual AIDS cases; Development of the Ugaritic alphabet; Brendan the Navigator; Paul Ehrlich's predictions fiasci; The Twelve Apostles and the more than three Wise Men; Why Zero cannot exist physically; Nobel Laureate crackpots; God as the Final Frontier; When Compassion is a killer; Why the Russian confederation will fracture; An Eternal Battle: woman against man; How Ya'akov became SanDiego.