Editorials - Page 9

The History of Gas Powered Appliances for Homes

April 19, 2016 3:43 pm

There is a constant battle regarding exactly what is best, most-efficient, and, in the long-term, environmentally friendly way to power our homes. Gas, even today in the twenty-first century remains a key cog in the machine that supplies power to our respective abodes. And the history of the appliances powered by this vital energy source is an intriguing one to say the least…

The Philadelphia Experiment – A Case Study

January 1, 2015 2:29 pm 1 comment

The Philadelphia Experiment reads like a movie script, which is ironic given that it was a movie of the same name that triggered apparent repressed memories in one Al Bielek who would come forward claiming not only was the film and the conspiracy that inspired it very true, but he was a part of the events – events that would, if accept the story, would lead to incidents much further afield…

The Roswell UFO Incident: A Case Study

December 9, 2014 4:37 pm 1 comment

Although we now know of a wealth of accounts of UFO activity and even crashes before 1947, the Roswell Incident in Roswell, New Mexico is largely regarded as the incident that kick-started the intense interest of the world’s public, as well as the soon to become regular activity between these disc-shaped crafts from other worlds. Just what did take place that summer’s evening in 1947…?

How Facebook Causes Problems in Social Groups

May 21, 2012 1:26 pm

Many people, ourselves included, use Facebook and social media in general on a daily basis. Indeed, it is perhaps as much a part of our lives now as reading a daily newspaper was only two or three decades ago. While such technology is undoubtedly a good thing, there are always cons to any good situation…