A Strange Waltz Around A Blue Ice Giant

Lisa R. Parker

Strange things happen in the cold twilight of the outer Solar System. In this faraway region, four gigantic planets entice observers on Earth with their tantalizing treasure trove of delightful, shocking, weird, and wildly wonderful mysteries. The banded, beautiful, and blue ice-giant Neptune is both the most distant giant planet […]

Career And Vocational Education

Lisa R. Parker

Education is a primary requirement for a person to be successful in life. There are many students who pursue vocational courses that offer them a number of lucrative job opportunities. Career and vocational education is designed to develop the basic skills required to perform jobs, mainly in technical fields. Every […]

Free Money For College Students

Lisa R. Parker

Free Money? Sounds too good to be true, however, if you’re preparing for and funding your education beyond high school, it’s definitely worth looking into. This year, the Department of Education will provide more than $83 billion, which is about 60 percent of all student aid, to help millions of […]

Cure for Cancer Mathematics

Lisa R. Parker

The concept that cancer is endemic to tribes but not to species has been associated with the evolution of science itself. Tribal science evolves human intellect by developing weapons of war. This evolutionary procedure becomes a form of neurological cancer when DNA shows that the human species is harming itself. […]

Edward Leedskalnin and the Castle Mystery

Lisa R. Parker

Egypt has seemed very mysterious to people, and it will most likely remain so – at least until someone convincingly recreates the great pyramid, and every scrap of the language is fully understood. Edward Leedskalnin, builder of the Floridian Coral Castle, claimed to know how the great pyramid was constructed. […]