Friday Review: The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare by G. K. Chesterton

The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare by G.K. Chesterton My rating: 2 of 5 stars In this rather odd book, Gabriel Syme is recruited into a secret branch of Scotland Yard whose mission is to track down and eliminate the threat posed by a group of anarchists who, as anarchists will, want to destroy … Continue reading Friday Review: The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare by G. K. Chesterton

Wednesday Wanderings: Ancient Pendulum Saw, Whale Songs, Dragon Fire, and Travel Oregon

This backyard project may hold the key to understanding how ancient civilizations cut stone for temples and columns: Pendulum Saw Scientists have recorded 184 different songs sung by bowhead whales in the Arctic. You can hear some of them here: Whale Songs Do you want to build a- dragon? Nature may be able to help … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Ancient Pendulum Saw, Whale Songs, Dragon Fire, and Travel Oregon

Wednesday Wanderings: Foot Juggling, And Then the Murders, Children’s Book Quotes, and Ancient Cave

This foot juggling video is pretty amazing. And kinda creepy: Twenty Toes There are a lot of these, but some of them are pretty funny: And Then the Murders Began Here are twenty quotes from children's books that every adult should know (Number eleven is my favorite): Twenty Quotes It's a little light on information … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Foot Juggling, And Then the Murders, Children’s Book Quotes, and Ancient Cave