What’s Next for Humanity? Our Near Future in the Stars

Cameron Norris November 23, 2020

Humans are resourceful, and we’ve been advancing rapidly for the better part of 2,000 years. A short 2,000 years ago, our most advanced vehicles were simple wooden boats. Now, our most advanced vehicles can carry humans to the moon and beyond. As we continue to manipulate the earth to generate …

Daily Trivia: Did You Know These Fun Facts?

Cameron Norris November 9, 2020

Want to seem like the smartest person at your next Zoom meeting? Looking for a fun fact to drop on a date? I don’t know if these will help you with the hook up – but they certainly won’t hurt! Left-Handedness Did you know that only around eleven percent of …

Daily Trivia: The Giant Weta, One of Earth’s Largest Insect

Cameron Norris November 2, 2020

One of the largest species of insects on Earth is the giant weta, a creature that outsizes nearly all other bugs and even some species of rodents. The insect is a native of New Zealand, and is the namesake for Weta Workshop, the prop and special effects house that worked …

Daily Trivia: Capybaras, Earth’s Largest Rodent

Cameron Norris October 26, 2020

The largest rodent on Earth, the capybara, is native to South America. The large, barrel-shaped rodents can grow to stand nearly a foot-and-a-half at the shoulder, and can weigh as much as 180 pounds! Interestingly, the critters are rather friendly and are often seen socializing with members of other species …

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Word of the Day: Complete by Dawn Jones

Word of the Day: Complete

complete/ kəmˈplit /adjective Definition of Complete finished, concluded, ended perfect in quality or in kind unmodified, uncompromised, thorough, total having all elements of a given whole Usage of Complete “Our work here is complete.” “This is a complete explanation of the task.” “We have a book of the complete works …
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What’s Next for Humanity? Our Near Future in the Stars

Humans are resourceful, and we’ve been advancing rapidly for the better part of 2,000 years. A short 2,000 years ago, our most advanced vehicles were simple wooden boats. Now, our most advanced vehicles can carry humans to the moon and beyond. As we continue to manipulate the earth to generate …

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