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

Daredevil Evel Knievel Makes One Last Jump

Who can forget the man who was the front runner to today’s impossible dirt bike ramp jumps of over 300 feet. Robert Knievel christened “Evel” while briefly incarcerated early on in his 69 year life went on to entertain the world with his Harley Davidson wheelies and life threatening jumps to the Snake River Canyon … Read moreDaredevil Evel Knievel Makes One Last Jump

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

phenomenal recall. Sorrel and others who have acquired amazing abilities after brain injuries have led Treffert to conclude we all must have genius in us but sometimes it takes a disability like Savage’s or an injury like Sorrel’s to bring it out. Other researchers disagree and say that savants are just able to overcompensate for … Read moreSavants & Prodigies a Glimpse at Early Human Abilities: Part 2