Last Jedi was the Last Straw For Many Fans

*UNWARNING* (This article contains NO spoilers) Since the release of the new Star Wars movie, The Last Jedi, it has been met with intense fan dissatisfaction to the point and I quote. “Terrible movie…..I’m done with Star wars….I’ve read over a 100 star wars books…I’m out”  Fans are feeling empty, the movie franchise has not … Read moreLast Jedi was the Last Straw For Many Fans

World’s Largest (4 tusk) Mastodon

  Museum owner, John Adolfi, announced today that a replica of the world’s largest (4 tusk) Mastodon will grace the Lost World  Museum in Phoenix, NY. Found in a Texan gravel bed in 2000 and then painstakingly restored by bone digger and artist Joe Taylor of the Mount Blanco Museum, the Lone Star Mastodon is … Read moreWorld’s Largest (4 tusk) Mastodon

Darwin’s Mistake

Could Darwin have possibly made a mistake? Impossible you say? If Darwin had known about the evidence found in Dr. Hans J. Zillmer book Darwin’s Mistake, would Charles Darwin have renounced his position and re-joined the ranks of Creationists? See why author Dr. Hans J. Zillmer’s case is so compelling. Read about dinosaurs and other … Read moreDarwin’s Mistake

Savants & Prodigies a Glimpse at Early Human Abilities: Part 2

Are you a genius that just needs a good bump on the head? Perhaps you are! Meet Orlando Serrell. His savant skills came about after a brain injury. In 1979, then ten-year-old Orlando was playing baseball when the ball struck him hard on the left side of his head. He fell to the ground but … Read moreSavants & Prodigies a Glimpse at Early Human Abilities: Part 2