An amazing video of the Belly of the Beast. San Francisco in many ways has declined from a very evenly split pro-life city in 1973 to one where we are out numbered 10 to 1 but many people of faith remain and return to fight the battle for Truth. We will not abandon the […]
Next spring, seniors at about 200 U.S. colleges will take a new test that could prove more important to their future than final exams: an SAT-like assessment that aims to cut through grade-point averages and judge students’ real value to employers. Source: Are You Ready for the Post-College SAT? – WSJ
Country musician Josh Turner made dreams come true for Logan Blade, a young musician with autism that we told you about earlier in May. Logan’s favorite singer is Josh Turner and it’s been his dream to sing on the Opry stage.
African lives have already greatly improved over the past decade, says Oliver August. The next ten years will be even better Source: A hopeful continent | The Economist
The commercials from the ’60s and ’70s were just about as memorable as the shows. From the Frito Bandito to Old Iron Eyes Cody with that unforgettable tear in his eye, these were the classic TV spots we remember most.
THE giant stone statues scattered around remote Easter Island are even more impressive than they first appear. Hidden from view, the heads are attached to bodies that extend metres underground. Source: Archaeologists have known since 1919 that Easter Island’s heads have bodies. Did you?
Pollination: it’s vital to life on Earth, but largely unseen by the human eye. Filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg shows us the intricate world of pollen and pollinators with gorgeous high-speed images from his film “Wings of Life,” inspired by the vanishing of one of nature’s primary pollinators, the honeybee.
Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, fogged in on a sunny day. The fog horns sounded great and the final edit is quite relaxing.