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One down, One in progress and One to go

A third of my degree is over. It has gone a lot faster than I would have liked, so much has happened in this last year and I’m really happy with where I am at the moment. 410 more words


The kinky truth about adult Halloween costumes.

You might be surprised at the truth. Those adult Halloween costumes meant to excite and produce sexual treats were once, long ago, required for our species’ survival. 179 more words

NOVA: "Secrets of Noah's Ark"

If you haven’t already watched NOVA’s “Secrets of Noah’s Ark” I would recommend doing so. NOVA is always great, but if you’re interesting in the connection between the Sumerian/Babylonian flood myths and the Biblical flood myth you’ll find this fascinating. 26 more words


Fact or Fiction? Ancient Scary Turnips

Pumpkins in North America are ubiquitous this time of year, and they are no more evident than on Halloween, when they are on display carved with frightening faces to ward off evil spirits. 132 more words


Living With the Yin & Yang

This image may look familiar; you may remember it as one of those cool things you drew in elementary school.

A Bit of Background

The Yin and Yang, also known as the Tai Chi symbol or the Tao/Dao, shows duality that arrived from the chaos of the universe. 438 more words


Bon Appetit Wednesday! National Seafood Month

It’s National Seafood Month in the U.S., and when it comes to ancient eats, you can’t get more ancient than seafood. The bounty of the oceans has sustained mankind since prehistoric times. 185 more words