Maritime disasters, whether in times of war or peace, can be some of the deadliest, most devastating events imaginable.This article lists five of the worst shipwrecks in history, from the famous sinking of the Titanic to the little know tragedy of the MV Wilhelm Gustloff.
Many Americans believe they need a car to survive. In major American cities, not only is this untrue, but not owning a car may be better for you. It can save you money and improve your life.
Economic uncertainty and not enough alone time can trouble even the strongest minds, and have you seen the price of gasoline lately? How often does a person get into an automobile to drive just a few blocks or a few miles? I say, ride a bicycle for...
In this probably the most famous of shipwrecks, the question is was it really the Titanic that sank or her sister the Olympic. Also we explore some other myths and facts
dog sledding, dog sledding tours, northern travel, arctic travel, dog sled tours. Long before we had heard the words eco-friendly, my family was already traveling in the Arctic in the time-honored and traditional way - by dog sled. My parents, explorers at heart I'm sure
Want to help the environment and save money, too? Public transportation is just the thing! Save on gas, get some reading done, and meet a new friend by riding the rails. Read on for survival tips!
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Here are studies and tips to avoid tickets. Though there is marginal increase in safety, public sentiment is growing against them. Studies on effectiveness of red light cameras show mixed results.
The Titanic sank in April 1912 and the Italian Contra Concordia almost exactly 100 years later (January 2012)...at almost the same time of night. But that's not all they have in common.
Why do we spend so much money on transportation infrastructure but fail to see improvements in traffic congestion?