Our Universe could be a Multiverse?: Realistic Considerations Some assumptions in science seem to integrate so harmoniously with our existence that we rarely question their validity. It is particularly challenging to think of truths, for example, that contradict the presence of three spatial dimensions, the unidirectional flow of time, … [Read more...] about Could Our Universe Be a Multiverse?
Hall v. Florida: A Cauldron of Scientific Jurisprudence? Freddie Lee Hall, a man whose mental capacity resembles that of a four year-old, who as a child was “constantly beaten because he was ‘slow’ or because he made simple mistakes,” and whose siblings say plainly there is something “very wrong” with him intellectually, was nearly executed in … [Read more...] about Hall v. Florida: A Cauldron of Scientific Jurisprudence?
On November 22nd, 1963, America was hit by a tragedy. Our Commander-in-Chief, the beloved John F. Kennedy, was assassinated in Dallas by Lee Harvey Oswalt and the world would stand in disbelief as for only the would have to rise up and lead the country. This leader was Lyndon B. Johnson, and he had just under a year to assert himself as the right man for the job before he would … [Read more...] about Election Edification: Coming Off the Bench, 1964
As the nation continued reeling from the great depression, American citizens were getting antsy to exit their Hoovervilles and begin a new chapter under a new leader. With the depression continuing to plague Americans all around the country, it seemed time for change. And with the long reign of Republicans becoming stagnant and stale, Americans voted for a new voice to lead … [Read more...] about Election Edification: A New Voice
In the election of 2000, Al Gore was pitted against George W. Bush. This was an interesting election for multiple reasons and it created much controversy in the political world and debate continues to rage over who really won the election. This was only the fourth election in U.S. history where the candidate who won the popular vote, did not win the presidency. The … [Read more...] about Election Edification: The Controversy of 2000