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“We All Live In a Yellow Submarine”

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Our insect future

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Do nothing. Rest afterwards.

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2015.11.17 let science-2 Let Science Lead You to Spirit

For all the trillions of dollars spent throughout history, science has yet to prove the existence of one basic thing: solid matter. Even today, at the Hadron Collider in Switzerland, physicists are searching for matter — solid, touchable, provable matter. The conclusion is that solid matter does not exist — anywhere.

Sum it up: Science tells us plainly that everything we think is solid is actually made of atoms...

Doctor Mysterian

<p>Soon you will be inside the battle for the future of the universe.</p> Inside the movie

The next big trend in home entertainment will be virtual reality. The technology is already in place for entertainment that places the viewer inside the action, allowing them to look around the world of the film, as though they are present at events as they occur. Some VR stories will include the viewer as a character, but many will simply place them in the scene, a ghostly viewer.

This technology will prove so...

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2015.11.10 jennifer-garner-card-hed-2014-2 What’s In Your Food?

German shepherds have notoriously sensitive tummies. So when our big one had a little upset recently, I headed for the store to get fixin’s for his bland diet routine: lean ground turkey breast and plain white rice. I was hurried so stopped at an (unnamed, headquartered in Des Moines,) supermarket instead of my usual run to Whole Foods. The meat section at said market sells pre-packaged ground turkey. I asked the...

Theater Feature

Hardy Hardy’s one-man “A Christmas Carol” highlights Dickens-themed literary festival

The Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol has long haunted actor-writer-director John Hardy. Though ghosts have yet to visit him ala Scrooge, the story's held an enchanted place in Hardy's heart ever since he got his Equity card acting in a professional stage version. 

Much theater work followed but he soon tired of others dictating his artistic life and took creative matters into his own hands. He's since...

Doctor Mysterian

<p>Our past should have been like this, and will be.</p> Yesterday’s past tomorrow

Look for a strange new trend in science fiction: Instead of setting stories in the future, they will be set in the past. But they will be set in the past that much older science fiction thought would be the future. So, as an example, a new science fiction novel might take place in the year 2001, but it would be the 2001 Arthur C. Clarke envisioned in his book "2001: A Space Odyssey," where there are intelligent...

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