Britfield & The Lost Crown: The Better Alternative to Harry Potter for Our Youth

ShareTweetPin By C.R. Stewart Do we really need to re-visit the Harry Potter controversy? When the book series was launched on June 26, 1997, conservative Christians were alarmed about the dangerous acceptance of the occult. Evangelicals made their case, but clearly the church lost this battle. Ironically, the controversy may have fueled the popularity of […]

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Meet the makers of modular

When Dieter Döpfer, the founder of music instrument manufacturer Doepfer, decided to launch a brand new modular synthesiser system in 1995, no one could have predicted what would follow. Today, his “Eurorack” format supports an ecosystem of hundreds of manufacturers that have collectively produced thousands of compatible modules used by famous musicians, such as Radiohead, […]

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30 Problems Of A Sloth Hilariously Illustrated By Japanese Artist Keigo

Sloths are fantastic animals, and we just can’t get enough. Some of us can definitely agree with this statement 100%. However, there’s hardly anyone who loves sloths more than Japanese artist Keigo. Keigo draws funny and insightful illustrations that feature animals and other quirky characters. Plenty of his drawings feature sloths who like to take […]

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Lesath by A. M. Kherbash

Book Summary: Amateur journalist Greg travels to a remote mountain area to investigate rumors of a sinister building only to find himself imprisoned there. As he tries to escape, he evinces symptoms of a strange affliction, and struggles to remain conscious while maintaining an uncertain hold on reality. Amazon Link – https://amzn.to/2A5KYBi Good Reads – […]

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2,200-Year-Old Remains Of Iron Age Celt Show She Was A VIP Who Dined Richly And Endured Little Physical Labor

Archaeologists in Switzerland have discovered the 2,200-year-old body of a Celt woman who endured little physical labor while indulging in a diet of starchy and sweetened food.  The burial was discovered in 2017 during construction work on a schoolhouse in Zürich. Now, the results of a 2-year-long analysis led by an interdisciplinary team of researchers have been published by Zürich’s […]

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