It’s Okay to Make a Mistake – Lanna A

A large issue with human nature has always been pride. We've taken pride in the strangest and smallest of things. Braces are used to correct teeth, we lose weight for the appearance of it (skinny or obese), our height somehow determines control, etc. We also take pride in intellectual aspects. A girl who scored an... Continue Reading →

Mishaps with Mice – Lanna A

"Nobody keeps a tally of the numbers used, but often-quoted estimates put the figure in the United States alone at well over 10 million animals a year, the vast majority being mice." (pg. 74). So I've given you a number, but why is it significant. What if I told you that this was the number... Continue Reading →

Research Errata – Lanna A

After reading the short introduction to Richard Harris's Rigor Mortis, the least I can say is that I was surprised (No, this is not the Richard Harris who played Professor Dumbledore in the first two Harry Potter movies). I did not realize how fact-based the PREFACE of this novel would be, nor the beginning chapter. The... Continue Reading →

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