The father of the GOP’s 2012 presidential hopeful took a stand for justice 50 years ago. Michigan Gov. George Romney “led 10,000 persons in a 10-block march in Detroit,” the New York Times reported on its March 10, 1965, front page. Continue reading
Old, handpainted postcards reveal the past in its pristine glory — a world as it should have been, without soot belching from mills or horns honking or gray skies. Continue reading
An Italian doctor says that within two years he will perform a body transplant, in which the head of a living person would be moved onto a donor body. Continue reading
Yo! Want some snow?
Well, you might not want any, but think about those poor, deprived kids in Miami or L.A. basking in the winter sun who’ve never been able to have a snowball fight.
An entrepreneur near Boston, which has now gotten a record-breaking 100 inches+ of snow, has figured out how to make money off of Mother Nature: He’ll overnight a shipment of the white stuff for only $89, Boston.com reports. Continue reading
Researchers have thrown out the verdict against the rat, for centuries blamed as the primary carrier of the bubonic plague that struck Medieval Europe again and again with such ferocity.