Valentine’s day has not always been about love, even in 1929 during the prohibition days there was a fight between the Irish American gang and the South Side Italian gang led by Al Capone to take over organized crime and control parts of Chicago. Seven men died that night. The St. Valentine’s day Massacre as it would be come to be known was a dark hour in our history much like yesterday. But what happens the day after the massacre? Unfortunately massacres or mass shootings are happening more often than we should accept in our society, but it has...Read More
Author: Danny Stanton
EPCOT’s International Festival of the Arts: A Celebration of Visual and Performing Arts Disney Style
For the past few weeks EPCOT’s International Festival of the Arts have been in full swing. It’s a festival that celebrates creativity and explores the human condition through culinary, visual and performing arts. And, of course, there is a lot of Disney magic mixed in. Throughout the day there are demonstrations by all types of artists from one artists that paints Disney iconic characters while listening to his favorite music to the Disney on Broadway concert series with some of the biggest stars from Disney on Broadway shows. You can find art being created on murals and chalk artists...Read More
Today, February 6th at 1:30pm SpaceX will launch the Falcon Heavy rocket, the most powerful rocket this generation has ever seen. With the ability to lift double payload, the rocket has three Falcon 9 engine cores with a total of 27 engines and a combined total of 5 million pounds of thrust. SpaceX is also attesting a triple retrieval of engine cores, two which will land at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and the third will land on the Of Course I Still Love you, an autonomous spaceport drone ship or ASDS, in the Atlantic Ocean. The stakes are extremely...Read More
In the wee hours of the morning (for the US East coast at least) on January 31st, a supermoon, a blood moon, and a lunar eclipse will coincide in what NASA is calling a ‘Super Blue Blood Moon.’ The last time this occurred was 152 years again in 1866. While the moon’s average distance to the Earth is 238,000 (382,900km), the moon actually travels in an elliptical path and not a true circle. Additionally, the moon’s orbit varies as the Earth goes around the sun. A perigee full moon, better known as a supermoon, occurs when the moon reaches...Read More
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