Science

Tomorrow marks the 50th anniversary that two men landed on the surface of the moon. It’s impossible to overemphasize the extraordinary achievement that took place 50 years ago this week. Technical skills aside, the courage that three men took was beyond anything that had ever … Read More

In my mind, only a handful of moments in the last 50 years are iconic. The launch of Apollo 11 and subsequent landing of the first men on an extraterrestrial surface certainly remains one of the few for several reasons: excellence in planning, mathematics, physics, … Read More

This is What Genius Looks Like

Global warming, according to a majority of climate scientists, is a global threat. And an 81-year-old man thinks knows he’s found an answer.

This is the face of genius. In a story from the CBS program 60 Minutes, Lesley Stahl interviewed a man with … Read More

Here I am relaxing on a Sunday morning with my double-espresso watching CNN’s Jake Tapper spend nearly thirty minutes interviewing Vice-President Mike Pence on a variety of issues when it happened…

“I want to ask you a question about climate change,” Tapper begins. “The director … Read More

Juliana v. United States

Some people talk about climate change, some do something about it and others… well, look at Kelsey Juliana and 20 others who chose to do something big.

In 2015, 19-year-old Kelsey Juliana decided enough was enough. “There was a wildfire season that was so … Read More

Apollo 11

This isn’t a movie review about the new documentary. This is a memory review.

1969… While the war in Vietnam was grinding away at America’s soul, one extraordinary moment electrified and uplifted Americans and the world like never before. On July 21, 1969, Neil Armstrong … Read More

Costas is Right!

I’m not a football fan. Never have been. Like boxing, I just saw too much brutality in it, and the more brutal it got, the more fans seemed to cheer.

However, I never understood the ultimate consequence of all that head-bashing until I saw the … Read More