Gods of Egypt: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly; A Movie Review *Spoilers*

If you go online and read the reviews, one might think this is the worst film in history. After having sat through it in a Real-D 3D theater, I can say - those reviews are defunct and belong in the trash with rest of Hollywood's garbage. Gods of Egypt delivered - WELL. By the way, … Continue reading Gods of Egypt: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly; A Movie Review *Spoilers*

Is it Better to Save Thousands of Jobs and a Global Economy, or Say Goodbye to the Oregon Spotted Frog?

Today's question: Is it better to save thousands of jobs and help protect a global economy, or let an already endangered species loose one more habitat? The answer: WHAT A STUPID QUESTION. The Oregon Spotted Frog is a cute, little amphibian stretching only a few inches long. And, there used to be lots more of … Continue reading Is it Better to Save Thousands of Jobs and a Global Economy, or Say Goodbye to the Oregon Spotted Frog?

A Breathing Sun – Introspection into the Sun’s “burning out” theory

Well, according to scientists, the signs are all there: the Sun, "Sol", of the Solar System, only a short hop, skip, and a jump, from Earth, is going to burn out. Well, only after it grows larger and burn up the Earth. At least, that's what the popular scientific theory is. But, what if that's … Continue reading A Breathing Sun – Introspection into the Sun’s “burning out” theory

A Single Moment in History Decided with the Flip of a Coin

There is a resounding moment in history, when all fall silent, screaming at the deafening explosion of absolute quietness, in which decisions are made, whether or not they be good or evil. For a single moment, the whole of history occurs, causing us to march in decadent form, resolved against our will at the events … Continue reading A Single Moment in History Decided with the Flip of a Coin