You have probably heard that a group of scientists are planning to send a select group of people to Mars to colonize it. The mission, called Mars One, will establish the first human settlement on Mars in 2025. The committee is taking applications from people interested in moving to Mars in 2025. For real! Continue reading
This week’s Movie of the Week is Prehistoric Beast. It’s about an imagined Tyrannosaurus Rex and the film was released in 1984. The success of this shorter film (about 10 minutes) led to a full-length television documentary about dinosaurs in 1985, called Dinosaur! By today’s standards the effects don’t seem all that great, but at the time these came out they were quite good. In fact, Dinosaur! Won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Visual Effects in 1986. Continue reading
“Earth Vs. The Spider” is the first post in a regular series entitled, “Free Movie of the Week.” It’ll just be unusual movies that I think have some sort of coolness to them and that are no longer under copyright.
Grab some popcorn, sit back, relax and enjoy my feature presentation of “Earth Vs. The Spider”! Continue reading
This has been a long time coming, or at least it seems that way. The e-book of my novel, The Last Hybrid: Bloodline of Angels will be re-released as a Film-Enhanced E-book. What does that mean? Until now, electronic novels have not contained what modern e-readers and tablets have had the capacity to provide – videos within the content of an e-book. Continue reading
An 80-year-old historian named Walter Elliot unearthed a forgotten Sherlock Holmes after it had been sitting in his attic Selkirk, Scotland, for nearly 50 years. Continue reading