Today we examine the creative effect the moon has had upon earthling and how this power could be augment with explosives.
When we take a cold hard look at the world’s inequality and social problems, it might be helpful to alloy our thinking caps with the mettle of ancient Sparta, for she hated the sun just as much as us.
Listen today as Michel de Montaigne, Marcel Proust, and Abraham Lincoln speak on how Civil War reenactors could offer the elixir of wisdom this country (USA) desperately needs to dredge it from the stinky jaws of hate.
When the great Julius Caesar and his dumb kin Claudius visited Albion (Britain) all those years ago, they encountered some of the most advanced social planners life has ever produced. Today we delve into the matter and talk about saving the earth.
Have you ever asked yourself: “How does one crush one’s friends in the workplace?” The ancients did; for always on these men’s minds was how to better oneself. And of course, they found that the answer to this deadly equation lay in nutrition.
Archimedes, the sea god, once said that if he had a large enough lever, he’d be able to use it to tip over all of Sicily onto the faces of the invading Persian forces. Likewise, can we not do so onto the faces of our mortal enemy, time? With the help of our other enemy, disease? Let us find out.
Let me ask you a question: What would you do if the solar system ended up being dumb? Would you run away?
Hello, I’m Seth Seppala, and with the aid of history, I will answer the question that has confounded our time. Join me for the premier episode of this groundbreaking information.