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dr-steve-mcswain's picture
Sep.05.2013
It is a difficult question, I know. What Assad has done to his own people is terrifying and inexcusable. What the U.S. did to the innocent citizens of Hiroshima and Nagasaki was equally terrifying and… “But it ended the war,” you say. Did it? Does violence ever end violence? Do we ever learn...
barry-eva's picture
Apr.13.2013
Nadine Singel writing under “N.M Singel” is another author who I came across when hopping around "The Next Big Thing" blog sites. I was really impressed when reading about her book "The Wicked Passage". Nadine is an award winning author who studied at Warwick, one of the best universities in...
SusanVH's picture
Mar.29.2013
When E. F. Hutton talks, people listen. And when Jennifer Berne writes, kids read—and explore and discover and dream… The former Madison Avenue copywriter responsible for one of the most iconic campaigns in advertising—yes, the E. F. Hutton line is hers—has emerged as an exciting, fresh voice in...
dr-steve-mcswain's picture
Jan.23.2013
Yet, I know what Albert Einstein said. “There are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” I think I’ve decided that everything is a miracle. When I woke up this morning, even before being reminded of this remarkable...
dr-steve-mcswain's picture
Aug.30.2012
  Such messages are everywhere. But, all too often, I am seldom still enough, or present enough, to notice them…to hear their wisdom…to benefit from their transformative power. Even when I’m driving, I am often lost in thoughts (which might explain why I am accident-prone)…thoughts, for...
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Oct.17.2010
The best historical novels are based on some element of real history which has been either neglected or is little known. Philip Sington’s “The Einstein Girl” grows out of the revelation that Albert Einstein had a secret daughter. Sington takes that seed and, with the hand of a true thriller master...
allan-james-cox's picture
Mar.01.2010
This book is a pleasant survey and recounting of some of our leading light founders, statesman, politicians (Harry Truman said a statesman is a politician who’s been dead 10 years), journalists, scientists, technologists and personages who have left their mark on our country and world. The author...
farzana-versey's picture
Jun.24.2009
He is a brand. He could stick anything out and it would sell. He chose his tongue. As tongues go, it is decent enough. Not too long, not too short, not dry, not slobbering. I wish the picture were in colour so I could ‘read’ it more clearly. The shade of the tongue tells you a lot. I wish I could...
edmund-jenks's picture
Nov.21.2008
People walk past a giant sculpture featuring Albert Einstein's formula "E=mc2" in front of Berlin's Altes Museum in 2006. It's taken more than a century, but Einstein's celebrated formula e=mc2 has finally been corroborated, thanks to a heroic computational effort by French, German and...