Archive for November 21st, 2018

The Complete Works of H.P. Lovecraft

It's a bit late for Halloween by the calendar, but every day is Halloween for fans of the American Master of Horror, H.P. Lovecraft. Even if you haven't heard of Lovecraft, you are probably familiar with the grea...

Love is Love: Donkey and Emu Have Fallen in Love

A donkey and an emu have given a new spin to the phrase "love is love." Rescued from an abandoned farm in South Carolina, the male donkey named "Jack" and the female emu named "Diane&qu...

Matching Pets with Owners After Camp Fire

The devastation of the Camp Fire in California has killed at least 80 people and destroyed thousands of homes. Thousands of pets have gone missing, and many have been picked up by search and rescue teams. Animals shelter...

Thanksgiving Dinner with North Koreans

Our typical Thanksgiving dinner is a celebration of foods native to North America. The traditional American feast is astonishing to people from other nations, and particularly to those who grew up never having enough to...

Why We Eat What We Do On Thanksgiving

Why do we eat what we do on Thanksgiving? It turns out there are a lot of reasons, & we're not really sticking to what the Pilgrims would've enjoyed. Colonist Edward Winslow, author of Mourt's Relation: A Jo...

Astronaut Chris Hadfield Debunks Common Space Myths

Retired astronaut Chris Hadfield helps debunk (and confirm!) some common myths about space. [Via: Wired Youtube Channel](

21 Tiny Things That Changed The World In Huge Ways

If you think attention to detail isn't important,  then you need to read some pictofacts about little things that meant a lot. The irony of the story above is that the Germans would have gotten into all kinds of hot...


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