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The Top 5 Worst Plagues in Human History

By Lisa BernierJanuary 22, 2013

Whenever we turn on The History Channel, or NatGeo, they're always having specials about the next big pandemic. While we find these...More  →

The Top 5 Worst Plagues in Human History

Top 10 Most Badass Female Warriors in History

By Becky FerreiraJanuary 14, 2013

A little while back, we listed our picks for the top 10 Nerdiest Women in History. But women haven't been just brainy...More  →

Top 10 Most Badass Female Warriors in History
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10 Ways the Dinosaurs Definitely DID NOT Go Extinct

By Becky FerreiraDecember 20, 2012

65 million years ago, the great reign of the dinosaurs came to a sudden end. The evidence suggests that they were killed...More  →

10 Ways the Dinosaurs Definitely DID NOT Go Extinct

A Brief History of James Bond

By Becky FerreiraNovember 2, 2012

Next Friday, November 9th, James Bond, M, and even Q will be back for the latest 007 film, Skyfall. Obviously, there's no...More  →

A Brief History of James Bond

I've Got a Problem With Steampunk: a Rebuttal

By Paul KirschNovember 2, 2012

Some time ago, Sparkitor Josh Perilo aired his grievances with the genre of Steampunk in this here article. So, our esteemed contributor...More  →

I've Got a Problem With Steampunk: a Rebuttal

Top Five Most Mysterious Lost Civilizations

By Becky FerreiraAugust 23, 2012

Last week, archeologists in Oaxaca, Mexico, found a crazy pyramid left by the Zapotec civilization. Part-tomb, part-sports-bar, the 1,500-year-old structure contains graves...More  →

Top Five Most Mysterious Lost Civilizations

BOOK REVIEW: "Behemoth," by Scott Westerfeld

By Paul KirschJune 20, 2012

Few things are more enthralling than a good series. I started exploring Scott Westerfeld's Leviathan and, like a transfixed moth, had to keep...More  →

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BOOK REVIEW: Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld

By Paul KirschMay 24, 2012

I originally picked up Leviathan for a base and shallow reason: it has an amazing map. You can tell a lot about a...More  →

BOOK REVIEW: Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld