With thanks to Carlos Carrasco for the original link to this fantastic article: Masculinity and the Marvel movies SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2019 Some time back, John Haldane gave a Thomistic Institute talk here in Los Angeles on the theme of evil in the movies and in the movie industry. During the Q and A (at about … Continue reading A Reflection on the MCU
The Chinese say there is. Apparently, before it “took a nap,” their Yutu-2 rover snapped some photographs of a strange substance on the dark side of the moon. Once they saw the odd goo, scientists reactivated the machine and had it begin testing the gunk to try and figure out what it is. Currently, the … Continue reading Is There Liquefied Glass on the Moon?
Take a look at this thought-provoking piece Benjamin Cheah, readers: This world is a dark world. Open a newspaper and see for yourself. Murder, genocide, civil war, assaults, rapes, kidnapping, sex trafficking, corruption, on and on, and endless litany of crimes high and petty. Any outrage, if any, will last until the moment a … Continue reading Reposted: Going Bright
The second book in Tuscany Bay’s Planetary Anthology: Luna, is available for pre-order on Amazon here*! This pre-order is for the e-book edition, not the paperback, which will come later. It is also worth noting that this collection is longer than Pluto*, clocking in at eight hundred pages plus! I am thrilled to be part … Continue reading Bulletin: Planetary Anthology Luna Is Available for Pre-Order!
Take a look at this inspiring story from World War II Poland, readers: During WWII these Polish nuns offered their lives so that others might live Philip Kosloski | Sep 04, 2019 The martyrs of Nowogródek prayed to God that the Nazis would kill them instead of a group of prisoners. In 1942 the Nazis invaded … Continue reading “Greater love than this hath no man: than to lay down his life for his friend.”
This author has discovered many benefits in listening to various, untranslated media from other countries. While I only know only two languages, I find there is a great deal to learn about the craft of fiction while viewing and/or listening to stories or songs from other countries. Siervas’* albums are one example. Despite being written … Continue reading Star Wars in the Land of the Rising Sun
It seems James Gurney, author of Dinotopia*, may have been closer to the truth with his work of fiction than anyone realized. Scientists recently discovered human-style footprints in Crete. According to tests, the tracks are 57 million years old – meaning the person or creature that made them was a contemporary of the dinosaurs. According … Continue reading Well, This Is Awkward….