See on Scoop.it - Traveling Through Time There's never a good time to get clobbered by an asteroid — something the dinosaurs discovered in the worst way possible. It was 65.5 million years ago when an asteroid measuring 6 miles (10 km) across slammed into the earth just off the coast of the Yucatán Peninsula, … Continue reading Death of the Dinosaurs: The Asteroid Didn’t Act Alone
It started out as a joke. My husband sent me an email and I thought it was funny. It made me laugh, so without worrying much about the source, the deeper truths, the verifiable facts of the matter, taking into consideration only the fact that it made me laugh, I published it. It is called … Continue reading Have a laugh … on me!
I loved it ... and hated it ... simultaneously. I have rarely been more conflicted about a book than I was about this one. In many ways it was gripping and sometimes mesmerizing and then again, it was also annoying and at the same time, utterly appalling. The indifference and callously entrenched anti-Semitism of US … Continue reading In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler’s Berlin, by Erik Larson