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Exclusive Interview With Documentary Producer Darcy Weir – Director of Volcanic UFO Mysteries

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing producer Darcy Weir, whose latest documentary focuses on the relationship between UFO sightings and Latin American volcanoes.  We had a fascinating discussion about UFOs, extraterrestrials, alien abductions, artificial intelligence, the singularity, Space X, secret space programs, nuclear weapon issues, underground military bases, crop circles, and so much more. Weir […]

Hugh Jackman Admits He Never Knew What A Wolverine Was

Hugh Jackman, AKA X-Men’s Wolverine, admitted to Stephen Colbert on The Late Show that he’d studied wolves before his first film with the X-Men. He mistakenly thought a wolverine was a type of wolf. [pullquote position=”left”]So, kudos to an actor who immersed himself in zoology for a part.  And now I have to see the original […]

Fact or Fiction – First Man and Neil Armstrong

First Man is a surprising film. It’s surprisingly devoid of excitement, I mean. Instead of a rousing tale of man’s journey to the moon, it focuses narrowly on life through the eyes of the taciturn and insular Neil Armstrong. He’s a strange choice to be awarded the honor of the first person to set foot […]

Movie Review – First Man

  First Man is a thoughtfully crafted, well-made film that a lot of reviewers seemed to love. Ryan Gosling definitely dove into the part. The nostalgia of returning to the 1960s was neat, and the scenes in actual space were close to brilliant at times.  It felt like being there, as the Saturn V thundered […]

Through the Wormhole – Are We All Bigots?

Morgan Freeman has a Science Channel series called Through the Wormhole. I highly recommend the series for those interested in learning about a broad range of topics from is the universe a simulation to is privacy dead. One of my favorite episodes is about the nature of racism: Are We All Bigots? In this episode Freeman […]

First Man Opinion — Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

When I was in college, I worked at the United States Space Academy. It was an amazing experience. I grew up fascinated with space and science. I literally cried when my parents dragged me out of the Space and Rocket Center after our first, and only, visit. Years later, when I got to work there, […]

Apollo 11 Trivia Quiz

Do you have what it takes to suit up? Take the Apollo 11/Lunar history quiz, and learn some great trivia about  mankind’s first trip to the moon, and the astronauts who made that historic journey in 1969. (Ten questions) [quiz-cat id=”10412″] Dan GardnerCreator and developer of the RunPee app. When something doesn’t work right in […]

Where’s the American Flag in First Man?

Much ado has been made about the omission of the moment when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin planted the American flag on the moon in the movie First Man. So what’s the deal? Here’s what the director had to say about this decision: “It surprised me because there are so many things that we weren’t able […]

Meet the Real Megalodon

Megalodon, meaning big tooth, is an extinct species of shark that lived approximately 23 to 2.6 million years ago. For reference, the age of dinosaurs (Mesozoic Era) was 245-66 million years ago — so, 43 million years separated megalodon from the dinosaurs. It’s a fish, not a dinosaur, for your distinction. Just a mega-sized one. […]

The Ant Man Movie — Sexism and Real Ants

Assuming the MCU is in our universe, every ant we see in the film Ant Man is female. All worker ants are sterile female clones. Male ants are called drones, and are only used for breeding, then discarded. Queens stay in the nest. This is how ant society works, and if you study ants at […]

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