In this excerpt, Eric Norris writes about an awkward, thoughtful conversation with his Japanese-American boyfriend, both men recalling their fathers’ roles in World War II.
Why living in nature keeps us happy.
Tsach Gilboa looks at nuclear power plants in light of tsunami’s and earthquakes, and wonders if are setting ourselves up for future catastrophes.
Have young people in Japan given up on sex and relationships? Thomas Pluck wonders.
Early last week, a box of World War II medals, awards, and mementos was discovered at a Missouri Goodwill; the owner’s family was overwhelmed to hear that they would be returned home.
I’m no economist, so I’m expecting that someone who understands global commerce better than I will set me straight. But until then…
Scientists are testing a drug that may ‘cure’ meth addiction, and early results are good.
“He was just a typical World War II guy. Came home, went to work and got involved in civic and church stuff,” Barry Miller said.
One father’s heartbreaking story of sacrifice and love
An “unnatural” earthquake may indicate more nuclear testing in North Korea.
The Algerian Communications Minister said, “Search efforts are ongoing at the gas installation … I fear the numbers will be updated with more victims later today.”
These new mobile missiles have caught the attention of Washington and intelligence agencies in the West, and they are worried.
Algerian officials state, “Contact with the site is extremely difficult, but we understand that armed individuals are still occupying the In Amenas operations site.”
This is a comment by Marcus Williams on the post “Vikings’ Chris Kluwe Kicks Serious Verbal Ass—And You Should Too”.
The Luna Ring plan, which was introduced in Tokyo, is only the most recent in a long line of envelope pushing, seemingly kooky ideas to come from Shimizu Corp.