Jun 11, 2019
Mathematicians and scientists have long been painfully aware that their supposed certainties on paper too often fail to measure up to what actually transpires in reality.
May 29, 2019
The hardly-believable tale of how Mayan glyphs came to be deciphered begins in a surreal locale, fire-bombed Dresden, Germany, in the spring of 1945, just after the Red Army had taken control of the city of smoking rubble.
May 7, 2019
Predetermined and "settled science" groupthink must never again be allowed to dominate any debate, anywhere, about anything. That is the undisputed route to falsehood, muddled thinking, retracing of steps, and everything that science is not.
Earthquake prediction isn’t impossible; it’s a reality
Apr 24, 2019
The paradox is that the Sierra Club is no fan of natural gas extraction either. Two thirds of our nation’s natural gas is produced by hydraulic fracking, and they’ve made their position against fracking even clearer than their aggressively negative thumbs-down on coal.
Apr 8, 2019
It’s not difficult to hazard a guess as to how house cats might have come to develop such a cavalier view of their association with humans. There are few princes, satraps or sultans who ever lived the life of luxury, security, comfort and convenience as the average cat.
Mar 26, 2019
So is there life on Mars or not?
Mar 11, 2019
Most people misunderstand reading about Augustus and other Roman emperors being worshipped in ancient times.
Feb 21, 2019
To mayflies, born in summer and living no more than 24 hours, reality must seem like an unchanged and unchangeable fine and sunny day. They may not be the only creatures however whose fleeting lifespan is far too short to describe categorically.