The Remarkable Cannibalized Neanderthals

The Remarkable Cannibalized Neanderthals
The remains of 13 Neanderthals were found in Spain's El Sidron cave that revealed evidence of prehistoric cannibalism, originally mistaken for soldiers.
Posted on: July 28th, 2023

We Are Star Stuff

We Are Star Stuff
Carl Sagan famously said this many times, "We are star stuff." But what does that mean? Let's take a closer look at how we came to be.
Posted on: July 28th, 2023

50 Amazing Facts that will blow your mind

50 Amazing Facts that will blow your mind
Fifty facts that will blow your mind. Some of these facts correct other 'facts' floating around the internet. Let's start this off with unicorns. Did you know?
Posted on: July 28th, 2023

It’s All Just History Repeating Itself

It’s All Just History Repeating Itself
Being famous and receiving media attention can be necessary for winning reelection. The past decade has left me asking, 'Is history repeating itself?'
Posted on: July 27th, 2023

Why teens think parents are dumb

Why teens think parents are dumb
During the teenage years, teens start to see their parents differently. This change happens for many reasons that affect how teens interact with their parents.
Posted on: July 28th, 2023

History is Stellar

Every decision made, every action taken, and every reaction observed in the past can be seen as a blueprint, mapping the potential trajectory of our future. The narrative of human history acts as a valuable handbook, providing us with life lessons, the understanding of cause-and-effect relationships, and the consequences of certain actions. By learning from the past, we can craft better policies, make wiser decisions, and avoid repeating the same mistakes, while reaping the benefits of what worked well. This is Stellar History.