“These are the Tools…”

“…I am the weapon.” This pearl of wisdom has been proven true time and again, with the most recent case occurring in Afghanistan. In 2016 Sergeant Dipprasad Pun, of the 1st Battalion the Royal Gurkha Rifles, was awarded the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross for killing thirty Taliban fighters with various weapons he had to hand. Outnumbered … Continue reading “These are the Tools…”

The Beauty and Danger of the Aurora Borealis

Check out this article on the Carrington Event, readers: When the Northern Lights were so Powerful they Started Fires in Observation Equipment Sep 16, 2018 Reed Des Roches Auroras, also known as northern lights, are a phenomenon that causes brilliant and colorful lights that shine in the sky. The bright green and red glows can … Continue reading The Beauty and Danger of the Aurora Borealis

Cloning Cave Lions – What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

It is things like that that make me wish there were more scientists who would ask whether the world is better off following certain animals’ extinction. Can you imagine how many crops would be trampled and/or eaten by wandering Brachiosaurs, readers? I love dinosaurs as much as the next author, but really, who wants to … Continue reading Cloning Cave Lions – What Could Possibly Go Wrong?