This author has made no secret of her abiding affection for and interest in Zoids: Chaotic Century*, a mecha anime released in Japan in 1999 which made its way to the United States in the early 2000s. Nor has she shied away from paying homage to the series (see her story in Unbound III: Goodbye, … Continue reading A Field of Wild Flowers
Click the link to learn more, readers: Inside Antarctica’s Catholic Ice Chapel, the World’s Southernmost Church by ChurchPOP Editor - Dec 30, 2015 Praising God at the South Pole! via adventure-network Antarctica is an amazing giant continent at the south pole of our globe. Braving winter temperatures of over a hundred degrees Fahrenheit below zero, a few thousand people … Continue reading Antarctic Chapel
….But that does not make it irrelevant by any stretch of the imagination. Click the link to read more of this fascinating piece from Sci-Fi/Fantasy Grandmaster John C. Wright, readers! Faith and Works in a Science Fictional Universe John C. Wright August 1, 2016 Few men have ever hated Christ as much as I have, … Continue reading It’s an Older Article….
And we come to the second fiction review this author has decided to post, readers: They said that God didn’t exist. They said that the time for religion was over. If mankind was to progress, the human race had to be purged of superstitions. Like everyone else, Chelsea Shields believed the Lumen Corporation, even when … Continue reading Review: League of Angels by Thomas Tan
While this is relatively old news (the article came out in 2013), the information in this piece is still fascinating. According to this research, alpine swifts do not make contact with the ground for six months while they are wintering in Africa. This incredible feat is not fully understood, but it remains fascinating nonetheless. Learn … Continue reading Birds of a Feather – Don’t Land?!
Coming off the previous post on architecture, we have this fascinating example from Nature herself. Meet the bagworm moth, readers! It is an insect that builds its cocoon out of miniature logs which it cuts for itself! Don’t believe me? Click the link to learn more about this amazing creature yourselves. That way you do … Continue reading The Caterpillar with the Log House
One with a lot of meaning! Click the link to learn more, readers: 14th-Century Illustration of Venice Is the Oldest Found Yet The drawing accompanied one friar’s first-person account of a trip from Venice to Jerusalem and Egypt By Theresa Machemer SMITHSONIANMAG.COM JANUARY 10, 2020 Friar Niccolò da Poggibonsi began his travelogue with a prayer. Per … Continue reading An Old Drawing
How do you like the Star Trek* reference, readers? That episode is one of the original series’ best, tapping into both parapsychology and the question of what beauty really is. Is it something tangible, visible, or spiritual? Is it in the eye of the beholder or is it an objective fact? Along with Alexander Hellene … Continue reading Is There in Truth No Beauty?
The joke was so good, this author could not pass it up! Find out more about the Viking burial site discovered in a farmer’s field last year through the link below, readers: Unsuspecting Farmer Finds out Huge Viking Ship is Buried Under his Farm Dec 9, 2019 Ian Harvey A Viking ship has been found … Continue reading All I Ask Is a Longship….