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This is a how-to guide to create a community using B.F.Skinner's Walden Two as a blueprint. The location would be somewhere inside the United States. George Lucas said that Kurosawa had commented that his movies were essentially about the questions of why can't we be happier, and why can't we...
Jonathan "Johnny Appleseed" Chapman roamed the frontier Midwest of post-Revolutionary War America planting apple seeds. However, while he loved Nature and was perhaps a gentle and caring man he was no philanthropist: Johnny Appleseed's legendary apple trees had been planted for profit.
Dolphins and a New View of Our Kind leads you on an unexpected journey into the minds and hearts of animals based on the most recent studies. Especially if you are an animal lover, you will love this article but even if you are not, you will love the contemplations. Lots of great photographs too!
Tragedies are many times writ small upon the human landscape, and the death of a self-absorbed, hedonistic celebrity generally would not rate much public sympathy. Child stars are particularly noted for their later bad behaivor. But the death of one truly sad young woman, Dana Plato, indicates just how far removed from simple compassion the entertainment industry is.
Native Americans: A New View is a highly informative and entertaining read taking you back 30,000 years into modern times; its history told in a make-U-think, make-U-feel way and gives you lots to enjoy with some surprises all along your way and great photographs too! Learn his healing secrets and all about his mysterious Sun Dance--and more, Becoming Indian!
We all feel as if we are in a rut from time to time--this can happen in our work, in our marriage or just from the routines of our daily lives.This article strives to show you ways to break free from from feel stuick in unhappy or boring situations. Feekling stuck is the best metaphor for experiencing a "rut." A fast and interesting read.
The house at 112 Ocean Avenue in Amityville, Long Island, New York, grew into an icon representing malevolent poltergeist activity. The haunting of The Amityville Horror turned out to be a contrived fraud. What is generally overlooked, though, is the REAL horror that happened only 13 months before the house became infamous: the murder of an entire family by a troubled young man, Ronald DeFeo, Jr. The family he killed was his own.
The Bazaar, the Wicked and the Downright Crazy is an unexpected journey into human action--it is "our" story as a species, as a people and as individuals. If you are a thinker, you will probably relish in this piece as it is a little bazaar, a little wicked and maybe even a little crazy in and of itself. Yet, it finds it way into the promising and positive. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it.
There are very few members of royalty who will ever--certainly in this day--put their lives, literally, on the line to do something they think might better the perception of their people. The Indian princess, Noor Inayat Khan, was one such rare royal personage--she acted as a spy on behalf of the British during World War II and was executed by the Germans.
Folk hero, legend, killer of 21 men before he reached the age of 21? Or, in reality, an adenoidal moron, a lucky bastard whose luck finally ran out? The complete picture of the man/boy known more infamously today as Billy The Kid will likely never be clearly drawn.
Ruth Ellis, the last woman executed in Britain before it abolished capital punishment, was a bleached-blonde party-girl. Her crime, shooting her lowlife boyfriend to death was, was not very interesting or unique. The only reason Ruth Ellis' execution is remembered today is simply this: she was pretty. And pretty people make for better copy.
Burke and Hare were a pair of serial murderers operating in Edinburgh in the early nineteenth century. The result of their actions was a change to how anatomy was done in the country, with greater regulation and an increase in the supply of corpses, in order to remove the circumstances that resulted in these murders.