Monthly Archives: January 2009

Could Ancient Man Fly?

Models of airplanes thousands of years old… vast works of art that can only be seen from the air… ancient texts that describe aerial battles. Are they proof that ancient civilizations mastered powered flight? Flight has been the dream of humankind … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins

The Hunger Games is set it a world where the Capitol watches over the twelve districts, and they are controlling, dangerous, everywhere. It’s a world where every year, twelve boys and twelve girls are forced into taking part in a … Continue reading

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The Past Lives of Children

As soon as they learn to speak, some children are able to tell remarkably detailed stories of people, places and events in what might be their past lives.  Have you lived before? Over 60 percent of the world’s population believes … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Alchemy Of Stone – Ekaterina Sedia

This was a surprise gift from my wife over Christmas – I’ve been trying to get a hold of this book, The Alchemy of Stone, for a little while now, and had some problems. This third book by Ekaterina Sedia was one that … Continue reading

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Growing Up in a Haunted House

GHOST HUNTERS and paranormal researchers go out of their way to find haunted locations to explore and investigate. Some people, however, don’t have to go searching for ghosts… the ghosts are already present, all around them – in their own … Continue reading

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