This is amazing, readers! Click the link to learn more! 2 Origami Warriors Folded From a Single Sheet of Paper—Check Out the Incredible Details BY E. S. Armstrong March 27, 2022 The scene: two knights face off in an intense battle; one knight slashes with his longsword while the other crouches to block the hit … Continue reading Still Life in Paper
If you have not heard the famous Sabaton song about Witold Pilecki (titled “Inmate 4859”), then the quote heading this post will not make sense for you. The article below has more information on Mr. Pilecki, who certainly was a hero by all accounts, but the Sabaton song is also worth hearing. You can click … Continue reading “Inmate in Hell, or a Hero in Prison…?”
They just keep popping up! Click the link to learn more, readers! “Perfectly Preserved” Late Bronze Age Sword Discovered In Mallorca Nov 9, 2021 Clare Fitzgerald Archaeologists with the University of Granada have released more information about the 2019 discovery of a Late Bronze Age sword on the holiday island of Mallorca. The findings will … Continue reading Another Ancient Sword Discovered!
Bloopers are some of the best parts of a film – if you get to see them. Older films do not always have extant bloopers to add to a DVD, and if the actors are no longer in the realm of the living, we have to hope they mentioned the things that went wrong in … Continue reading Where No Man Has… Wait, What’s the Line Again?
Click the link to learn more, readers: The Principle of Subsidiarity by David A. Bosnich July 20, 2010 One of the key principles of Catholic social thought is known as the principle of subsidiarity. This tenet holds that nothing should be done by a larger and more complex organization which can be done as well … Continue reading A Thoughtful Essay
Click the link to learn more, readers! Sergeant First Class Jerry M. Shriver If you ask any man who served with MSG Jerry “Mad Dog” Shriver, they’ll tell you he was more of a warrior than a Soldier: a man wholly dedicated to warfare and violence. He was the distilled essence of war in its … Continue reading A Mighty Legend
You can learn details about the letter linked below here, readers. This is a tear-jerker story, so make sure you bring a tissue. It is a window to the past that, in the words of the History Guy, “deserves to be remembered”: DEAR JACKIE A letter from Lt. Commander John J. Shea, USN, USS Wasp, … Continue reading Memory: The Jackie Letter
Click the link to learn more, readers: What Happens Inside the Chrysalis of a Butterfly? Updated November 22, 2019 By Asa Jomard The transformation of a caterpillar to a butterfly takes place in the chrysalis or pupa. Butterflies goes through a life cycle of five stages: egg, larva, pupa and adult. Inside the chrysalis, several … Continue reading Growing Up, Butterfly Style!
If you have a character with powers similar to the Master of Magnetism from Marvel Comics, then this story might appeal to you. As it turns out, magnetic force can be used to make things explode. Click the link to learn more: Scientists blow up their lab after creating strongest magnet ever Hard Science — … Continue reading Magnetically Explosive
The gag song from The LEGO Movie 2 might have real world precedent, readers. At the very least, the Finns had a very good reason to get one particular polka tune trapped in their minds. Learn more about this nerve-wracking adventure through the link: The Finnish Stopped Soviet Mines from Exploding by playing a Single … Continue reading “This Song is Going to Get Stuck Inside Your Head”