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9 Examples Of Top Notch Paleoart

Styracosaurus – FabrizioDeRossi Spinosaurus by FabrizioDeRossi Parasaurolophus cyrtocristatus by FabrizioDeRossi Julius Csotonyi Julius Csotonyi – ancient seas Julius Csotonyi – Brachiosaurus Julius Csotonyi – Acheroraptor beats T.

Should People Have The Right To Carry Guns?

I reckon what would be best is if we all just chilled out a bit; but I realise, as do we all, that a global “chilling out” is not particularly likely to happen.

Kamchatka’s Abandoned Wonders

The Kamchatka Peninsula is situated in the Russian Far East and runs for about 800 miles. It covers around 100,000 square miles and lies between the Pacific Ocean to the east and the Sea of Okhotsk to the west.

The Big Players In Europe’s Political Far Right

EDL, BNP, UKIP, all worryingly familiar names in British politics nowadays. Due to economic changes and social issues at home and abroad the far right in Britain and Europe at large is having a frightening resurgence.

North Korea Releases Human Rights Report About Themselves

Earlier in the year the UN released a sweeping and damning report on North Korea’s awful human rights performance.

Black Victorians: Photos Unseen For 120 Years

The following photos are taken from an exhibition of rare photographs of black people in Victorian England.

Thailand’s Incredible White Temple

When people say that something is jaw-dropping, it rarely is. But when I saw pictures of the White Temple in Chiang Rai, Thailand I genuinely did look with my jaw agape. It was designed by Chalermchai Kositpipat in 1997 and, although I dislike using the term, it is kind of mind-blowing isn’t it?

Dinosaurs: OTT Reconstructions & Avant-Garde Depictions

Initially I wanted to present to you a collection of pictures of ropy artist’s impressions of dinosaurs; but when I started searching I came across so many pictures and stories that it sort of mutated into a general look at the lighter side of dinosaur models and a retrospective of mad paleoart.

Japanese Graffiti


Choi Jeong Hwa: Size & Colour In South Korea

Choi Jeong Hwa (61) is a South Korean artist who likes to keep himself busy; Choi Jeong must in fact be one of the most prolific artists in the entire country, if not the world.

Statues Of Mongolia

After the rip roaring success of my article on the Statues of Belarus I decided to spread my wings and flap all the way over to Mongolia to do the same.

The Global Selfie Project #6

Here’s your sixth installment of the Global Selfie Project where we stare at people from around the world.


Twice a year Manhattan turns from a modern city into an ancient mystical sundial. On or around the 28th May and 12th July each year the sun and the skyscrapers align to produce the Manhattan Solstice.

Religion In Antarctica

You might think an article on religion in Antarctica might be pretty short, and you’d be right. But there are at least 7 churches on mainland Antarctica and a couple on the surrounding islands.

Coober Pedy: An Underground Town

Coober Pedy is a small Australian mining town 846 miles north of Adelaide. Its population is about 3,500, around 16% of which are indigenous Australians and 60% Europeans from Southern and Eastern Europe who arrived after WWII.

5 Living Fossils

“Living fossil” isn’t actually a scientific term, but it’s one that’s used frequently, especially in the lay media. For the purpose of this article, a living fossil is a species that has remained pretty much as it is now for an exceedingly long length of time, surviving the mass extinctions that have plagued life over the millenia.

Awesome Photos From Russia With Love: Part E

Just some funny pictures from Russia. that is all… First day of the new term… no one likes that, unless they’re mental… Concrete art installation… No?

The Dolphin Hunters of Krasnodar, Russia

The following set of photos, taken in 1946, documents the dolphin hunters of Krasnodar, Russia. After WWII there was widespread food shortages in Russia, especially in more rural locations.

The Evolution of Knowledge

I have written before about the great truth seekers. Those people who defy the seemingly ingrained human convention of accepting what you have been taught by the prevailing culture of the day without really questioning the objective truth of that wisdom: Copernicus, Galileo, Newton, Da Vinci, Einstein to name only a few of the more obvious.

A Tribute To The Great Truth-Seekers

Galileo, Copernicus and Newton on the Astronomer Obelisk at Griffith Observatory As I continue my abridged odyssey through the history of western philosophy, I come to 3 people who are not philosophers but who have had a profound impact on the course of humanity’s development and the way we understand and interact with the world.