Mollie Tibbets, a life cut short


We like most Americans were horrified by the murder of college student Mollie Tibbets, and so to honour her decided to do her chart.  We have rectified it against her death and feel comfortable with presenting it. Certain things in her map do alarm us:  Neptune in the ninth of higher education and university study … Continue reading Mollie Tibbets, a life cut short

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Batting Average 1.00 – George Abrams


George Allen Abrams was a Major League Baseball pitcher who played for one season. He pitched in three games for the Cincinnati Reds in the 1923 Cincinnati Reds season. A single in his only at-bat left Abrams with a rare MLB career batting average of 1.000. He was picked up by the Reds when he … Continue reading Batting Average 1.00 – George Abrams

Marc Edmund Jones on the Hyleg


Dromenoner Mo Saladin wrote in about Dr. Jones' thoughts on Hyleg.  You can view the original post here on Facebook. "Although man's physical organism is neither the whole of himself nor the controlling factor in his make-up, the body with its social and spiritual relations nonetheless remains a primary barometer of his well-being on all … Continue reading Marc Edmund Jones on the Hyleg

An Aussie Great: Don Bradman


Biograph: Donald George "Don" Bradman, AC (27 August 1908 – 25 February 2001), is referred to as "The Don", and widely acknowledged as the greatest batsman of all time. His career Test batting average of 99.94 is often cited as the greatest achievement by any sportsman in any sport. Sir Donald had a meteoric rise … Continue reading An Aussie Great: Don Bradman