Discover some of the theories and ideas of one of the most unique minds of our time: Stephen Hawking. This is also a brief biography and bibliography of that brave and original soul.
The goddess Nemesis in Greek mythology predates Zeus. She is the goddess of revenge; more than that--she is the goddess of divine retribution against those who protest their just fate.
The fasicnating life and times of a unique 20th century artist, Piet Mondrian.
If you love spooky stories, and are ready for some super-special Halloween shivers, Hollywood is the place to be. Hollywood is one of the most haunted places in America, for good reason. Come with me to Haunted Hollywood to meet the ghosts of old Hollywood, and all that remains of the beautiful...
Did you ever dream the future? Did you ever have a precognitive dream or a premonition in your sleep? Here is a true story of dreaming the future, and the science behind precognition, dream precognition; psychic phenomenon and psychic dreams.
The least expensive, most efficient fix for a stopped up or clogged up toilet!
This article delineates how the aristocracy of wealth has upset our democracy and polluted the original vision of our founding fathers.
Step back in time with the most dynamic traveller of her era-Gertrude Bell.
Gladys Deacon's story, and her amazing life and times. Find out what she did with the revolver she brought to the Duke of Marlborough's table.
The story behind the myth of ages-Rosamund's Labyrinth.
A book review of Roddy Doyle's "The Woman Who Walked Into Doors".
Startling parallels between what's happening now in the United States and the end of the Roman Empire.
Sex and the Baby Boomers--if you're a baby boomer, you know how sexy we were; how much we freed up sex and love. Are we still sexy today?
Coporate Globalization--Yes, it's true--the world is owned and run by the super-wealthy. Even since Ann Rand's "Atlas Shrugged", there has been a conspiracy theory that basically, all the world is owned and run by a select consortium of ultra-wealthy international corporations. These people...
Agatha Christie, the Great Dame of Crime, has a fascinating life story, as well as writing a huge number of wroks that remain in print to this day. If you ever go to London, don't miss Dame Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap" which is still playing after all these years.
Drug and Alchohol Abuse and the Creative Artist--so many of our heros in the arts were individuals with substance abuse or alcohol abuse problems. People like Johnny Depp, Charles Dickens, and Beethoven all had problems with alcohol abuse, amongst many others. Why? Does alcohol and substance...
The touching story of Persephone and her Mother, Mother Earth, is one for the ages and a don't-miss for anyone who loves myths, legends and tales from long ago.
Sex and the American Teenager: American teenagers are having sex like crazy, and a lot of it is unprotected, according to some recent statistics for underage pregnancies and underage sexually transmitted diseases.
The story of Ganymede, a charming tale of a man so beautiful he seduced Zeus, and Ganymede, the largest moon of Jupiter.
Domestic violence is the hidden tragedy: those tears and terrors are silenced, even more effectively by the Fundamentalist Christian philosphy of male domination in the households.
More SPOOKY places in New York State to give you chills!
All the SPOOKIEST places in New York State!
The Harvey Girls--those Harvey Girls were the unique way the American West was won by women. They went west to serve in the Harvey hotels, all along the railroad west.
Ah, celibacy--believe it or not, it has its advantages. It's not all a downhill ride, saying goodbye to your sexual connections.
Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote "The Celestial Railroad" as sort of a spin-off of John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress". Even though it has the flavor of an earlier age, it is still fresh, insightful and with razor-sharp wit; spot-on obeservation of human nature, which characterizes all of Hawthorne's...
Free Electricity--how would you like it if your electricity was FREE??? And further--how would you like it if you didn't have to plug anything in to get power to your electric appliances? Nikola Tesla had the answer, which was lost for a while and now found again.