Evolution of the T-Rex and Neanderthal … more theories on evolution.

So, while I've argued against the current, standing theories of evolution, recent articles about supposed "missing links" that better identify the fate of the T-Rex inspired me to offer up an entirely new theory: Did the T-Rex have to evolve into a primal "animal", or did its position on the food chain give it an … Continue reading Evolution of the T-Rex and Neanderthal … more theories on evolution.

Some Racially Historical Misconceptions About the Democratic Party That Are Clearly Prevalent Today

As always, let me preface by saying that this is not about taking one side over another, suggesting preferences, or attacking anyone in particular. However, given the recent rush of accusations against Republican party Presidential Cabinet picks regarding their affiliation with the KKK and other, similar parties (and what occurred in this last election) I … Continue reading Some Racially Historical Misconceptions About the Democratic Party That Are Clearly Prevalent Today

Alliance Report #6A-2323: Storm Trooper Accuracy Dilemma – Solved!

So, after some pretty intense research and analysis, we have finally solved the reason why storm troopers, highly trained guards of the imperial army, can't shoot a full grown Hutt from 2 feet away ... distortion! Yes, it's that simple. The problem is the unfortunate result of using cheap lenses when mass producing trooper armor … Continue reading Alliance Report #6A-2323: Storm Trooper Accuracy Dilemma – Solved!

Movie Review: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

SPOILERS (and lots of them)! Happy New Year to all! I decided to end 2016 by giving in and going to see Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, in IMax 3D, directed by Gareth Edwards. And, to my unpleasant surprise, this was not a great way to end the year. The movie title should have … Continue reading Movie Review: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly