I’ve always had a love for art and could spend hours visiting museums & galleries. This photo was taken back in 2015, showcasing the work of artist, … 65 more words
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In Michael Crichton’s “State of Fear” he follows a group of misguided, ignorant, gullible, exploited and developmentally arrested “environmentalists,” as they pursue their Quixotic quest to save the earth from the ravages of global warming.
It’s been over a year since An Absolute Mind was released. When I had first started writing it, while I had considered all the possibilities on how many of today’s issues and circumstances could change – mostly for the better – in the future to come, I didn’t realize just how on point I’d be with my optimistic future. 512 more words
In recent years, several excellent historical drama series have emerged that depict the life and times of ancient peoples and cultures. We sit back comfortably in our chairs, on our couches, or even lay back on our bed pillows and watch in high definition color on our flat screens as peoples’ thirsts drive them forward at any and all costs in their quests for political and social stature, and even designs of world dominance. 1,153 more words