Wednesday Wanderings: You Might Be The Killer Movie, Spicy Thai Noodles, Goats Invade Neighborhood, and Man Declared Dead But Is Very Much Alive

I saw this Twitter thread between authors Sam Sykes and Chuck Wendig when it first happened. Many who did said it should be on film. And, now, it is.¬†You Might Be The Killer has done well at indie film festivals and will be aired on the Syfy channel on October 6 at 7 PM. You … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: You Might Be The Killer Movie, Spicy Thai Noodles, Goats Invade Neighborhood, and Man Declared Dead But Is Very Much Alive

Wednesday Wanderings: Weird Cold Remedies, 3000 Year Old Castle In Turkish Lake, Ninth Planet in Solar System, and Thor Live

Well, since last week was the Week of the Cold, here are some weird cold remedies from around the world: Weird Cold Remedies Researchers looking for evidence of the Lake Van monster in Turkey found something else when they dove into the water: a 3000 year-old castle: Lake Van Castle Does our solar system have … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Weird Cold Remedies, 3000 Year Old Castle In Turkish Lake, Ninth Planet in Solar System, and Thor Live

Wednesday Wanderings: Newspaper Sculpture, Toxic Ocean Lake, Ancient Greek Mosaics, and Jupiter

Ever wonder if something other than recycling or composting could be done with old newspapers? Here's your answer: Newspaper Sculpture There is a "lake" in the Gulf of Mexico that you won't want to swim in. (Yeah, the head is kinda click bait-y but I thought it was interesting, anyway): Lake in the Sea Archaeologists … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Newspaper Sculpture, Toxic Ocean Lake, Ancient Greek Mosaics, and Jupiter

Wednesday Wanderings: Einstein and Music, Antioch’s Gates of Hell, Umlauts, and Giant Spheres in Bosnia

It seems Einstein found music an important part of his scientific thinking: Einstein and Music The article is a bit sensationalized, but there seems to be some sort of pyschic phenomenon in the location of the ancient city of Antioch in Turkey: Antioch Gates of Hell The umlaut, that phonetic mark made up of two … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Einstein and Music, Antioch’s Gates of Hell, Umlauts, and Giant Spheres in Bosnia

Wednesday Wanderings: Best Thing To Do with Leftover Turkey, Civil War Trailer, Galaxies in Glass, and Foxes on a Trampoline

Do you have turkey leftover from Thanksgiving? This recipe for turkey croquettes is one we have been making for years. It is a little fussy, and is best if you can do it over a couple days so they can chill thoroughly enough to handle easily, but, trust me, "your patience will be rewarded" (as … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Best Thing To Do with Leftover Turkey, Civil War Trailer, Galaxies in Glass, and Foxes on a Trampoline