“If you ask kids to show you what a scientist looks like, the first thing they’ll draw is wild white hair.”

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Einstein is universally welcomed as the magazine cover for ‘genius’- the face of Modern Physics, one of the most formidable scientists of the last centennial. Globally known for his mass-energy equivalence formula: E=mc²

Einstein’s celebrity has been celebrated throughout the years. In fact, on December 31, 1999, Times Magazine recognized…

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Details, Apollo program:

Country United States
Organization NASA
Purpose Crewed lunar landing
Duration 1961–1972
First crewed flight Apollo 7 (October 11, 1968)
Last flight Apollo 17 (December 19, 1972)

Ken Thompson (sitting) and Dennis Ritchie at PDP-11 (CC BY-SA 2.0)

It was in the 60s when Dennis Ritchie and Ken Thompson started collaborating at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Bell Labs. The pair was developing — a time-sharing operating system, which was to be constructed on the concept of a single-level memory — Multics. Retro-computers were in use, they were bulky…

Dr Pass, CEO of the Astrosociology Research Institute, is a devited member of the National Space Society as well as the Planetary Society. He established astrosociology as a multidisciplinary social science committed to the study of astrosocial phenomena.

Photo by Jim Pass

Where did you grow up, and how much did your upbringing have an impact on your pursuit of sociology and space exploration?

I grew up in southern California. My parents were always supportive of the pursuit of my interests. They bought me a book about the solar system when I was 7 years old or so that had a strong impact on my interest in space (even though many of the “facts”…

An honest book review ★★★☆☆

The books I very well written, a quick read, pretty much the perfect starter to the world of JFK assassination. In the epilogue the author talks about how people reject the fact that History changed its course based on pure chance. In fact, I reject it. Are you telling me…

An honest book review ★★★☆☆

Failosophy is a no-bullshit guide to Elizabeth Day’s philosophy on failure. This book talks about the biosphere of failure that a person carries around as they get progressively older. It is a fast-paced narrative that aims to shift your perspective on failure. It looks at failure, at a distance and…

An honest book review ★★★☆☆

You, dear reader, you need to read this book. Not because it is the best story you will ever read or something but because it will introduce you to a world of culture and tradition.

Book cover from Goodreads

The Henna Artist by Alka Joshi is the story of Lakshmi Shastri — a smart…

An honest book review ★☆☆☆☆

Oh, a romance novel, where two people become roommates and fall in love? Oh, so original!

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In the spirit of review writing, let us discuss the sluggish steamy scenes and the unpleasant experience that was the plot.

  1. What did you think of the main characters?

-Tiffy: Tiffany Rose Moore

A board game for game night; pop culture’s vogue every Halloween or a portal to Hell?

“ The ouija boards became so well acclaimed that the New York Times compared its popularity to ‘chewing gum’, in an article printed in 1920.”

Original ouija board

“If you call it we-ja or wee-gee, it still spells good fun.”

Ouija boards have equal parts intrigued and intimidated their way into pop culture…

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President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden indulged in a war of words on Thursday, October 22, 2020, for the final presidential debate at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. The final debate consisted of six segments — Fighting COVID-19, American Families, Race in America, Climate Change, National Security, Leadership…

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