Posts Tagged ‘common sense’

Stu clears up another misconception

April 25th, 2010 6 comments

Stu Cranstence takes on Mastodons and explains how to visualize the vast amount of time ago that they lived….in.

Stu clears up some confusion

April 9th, 2010 2 comments

Stu Cranstence clears up some of the confusion surrounding his findings of Bone Sticks.

Stu and the “Missing Link”

January 16th, 2010 4 comments

Stu Cranstence: soon to make another major discovery?

When will scientists find the MISSING LINK?

Scientists have been trying to find the MISSING LINK for over A HUNDRED YEARS.  It is very hard to find because it is made out of CAMOUFLAGE.  The scientist who finally finds the MISSING LINK will become very famous and people will stop ignoring him and will ask him to do an interview on a real T.V. show.  He will go to SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES and no one will laugh at him. He will find the MISSING LINK inside the perimeter on his next expedition because then everyone will say he is the TOP SCIENTIST.

Now You Know!

Stu has his findings verified

November 18th, 2009 7 comments
An authority on ancient pottery
An authority on ancient pottery
Question: Are your findings scientific?
Answer: For your information, my brother, Ron, took some of my findings (ancient pottery) to an actual university scientist who told Ron that, YES they do have a scientific name for these findings.  According to this scientist, these findings are called “droppings”.    I don’t need the establishment to tell me that my findings are legitimate  but for those doubters out there, ‘read it and weep’.  You can see me actually making these findings in a video that Ron made called,  ‘Stu Cranstence collects his findings’.
Thanks again to my brother Ron.  He enables me to do all the things I do!
Now you know!

The truth about trees

October 20th, 2009 7 comments


Stu Cranstence answers a tricky question from Percival. Here is Stu at his best, holding forth on a subject he knows a lot about. He warns us about pointy trees because they are an endanger to the public.

Stu on endangered birds

October 15th, 2009 7 comments

Millicent has an excellent question for Stu Cranstence. Stu, who is an authority on endangered birds, enlightens us all with his vast pool of knowledge.

Ron Cranstence answers the critics

October 2nd, 2009 3 comments
Ron Cranstence

Ron Cranstence

I feel the need to answer some of  Stu Cranstence’s critics. He has received a large amount of negative press lately. Some “people” seem to have issues with the way Stu conducts his scientific expeditions. Maybe he doesn’t read a lot of “books”, maybe he isn’t spending all his time in a “research laboratory”, maybe he hasn’t been “published”, maybe his “findings” have been “questioned”. Stu doesn’t waste a lot of time on his expeditions “documenting” where he finds things, he doesn’t “toe the line” with the “status quo”. What he does is find findings and he finds good findings by using his “eyes” and his “ears” and looking where others thought there was “nothing but junk”. Who else has found twelve hundred pounds worth of  Mastodon remains (yet to be verified) that are on my back porch right now, nobody, that’ s who. So I tell his critics “just you wait, someday Stu Cranstence will find something interesting  and then how will you feel?”

I’m Ron Cranstence

Stu Cranstence answers another big question

September 22nd, 2009 5 comments

Meulah almost stumps Stu Cranstence with her tough question, but as usual Stu has an insightful answer.

Let’s Ask Stu: Feff

September 12th, 2009 5 comments

Feff has a great question for Stu Cranstence and Stu’s answer will surprise you. Stu’s depth of knowledge and insight never cease to amaze the world. Rhodes and Rose dot com would like to invite it’s loyal viewers to submit questions for Stu. All videos must be in a digital format ready for editing. Here’s your chance to pick the brain of a REAL expert. Wmv, mpeg-2, DV, or Avi’s will be accepted. Contact for further details on where to send those video questions.

Stu on Yogo

August 19th, 2009 3 comments
Stu Cranstence explains an ancient ritual

Stu Cranstence explains an ancient ritual

In recent years yogo has become very popular.  But most people don’t know a damn thing about it.

First of all, yogo is over a hundred years old. It was invented by the ancient Egyptians.  Back then, nobody spoke English.  They only spoke Chinese.  That’s why it’s called yogo.

Questions about Yogo moves- “Why are they called jumping jacks?”
No one knows why they are called ‘jumping jacks’. Why do you think scientists are studying it in the first place?
“Why are women not allowed to be yogo instructors?”
Can you imagine if women were allowed to be yogo instructors. Nag! Nag! Nag! Day and night! Night and day!  That’s why there are no women yogo instructors.
Now you know.

Stu on Mountain Lions

July 30th, 2009 3 comments
An authority on Mountain Lions

An authority on Mountain Lions

How do mountain lions keep their beaks so sharp?

If you know anything about mountain lions you know that the sharpness of their beaks makes it very easy for them to peck out people’s eyes. But most people don’t know how they keep them so sharp.. The most common method used by mountain lions is clacking. We’ve all heard the clacking of beaks in areas where mountain lions nest.  When the clacking is done making their beaks so sharp, well, that’s when they come after you.  It’s really amazing how little most people know about these “monsters of the deep”.

Now you know!

Why Can’t Women be Scientists?

July 28th, 2009 2 comments
Stu Cranstence tells it like it is.

Stu Cranstence tells it like it is.

Why can’t women be scientists?

The reason that there has never been a woman scientist is a matter of practicality.  Can you imagine the constant nagging?  Day and night, night and day!  And what if there was a fire or an animal attack?  You can’t make much science when you have to keep saving all the women’s lives.  I know some women can learn things if we are willing to be patient and present our ideas in a simple form.  But this will inhibit the progress of science as it strives to free itself from the sheckles of domineering ogresses.  

Remember what I always say when studying vast scientific subjects like outer space; “The sky’s the limit!”

 Now you know.