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10 Things Star Trek Discovery Must Do To Avoid Epic Failure

As a Star Trek fan, I too have heard the reports of ongoing friction and difficulty in producing the first season of Star Trek: Discovery. There is a …

Star Trek

V-E Day in Perspective: How Different Originally Were Each of the Allies Own Plans to Defeat Hitler?

Today May 8th, 2017 is the 72nd anniversary of Victory in Europe Day. The very day the guns fell silent in Europe, and the world rejoiced in the …

Indian Court Rules Ganges River A Living Person – A Useful Tactic Against Pollution?

<b>Uttarakhand, India</b> <b>–</b> On March, 20th, an Indian court in the state of Uttarakhand issued a historic ruling that the Ganges River was a living person, …

India

Rose Valland: The Unassuming WWII Heroine of French Art

<i>With the recent 71st Anniversary of Victory in Europe Day, the conclusion of the Second World War in Europe, TGNR is commemorating one of the most</i> …

History

Ghosts of the Thylacine: Tasmanian Tiger Spied in the Wild?

<i>The last known living Tasmanian Tiger – also known as the thylacine – died in captivity eighty years ago. However, sightings of the striped, dog-like</i> …

Opening Day: Understanding Baseball’s Holiday

Baseball season has been compared to reading an epic novel…a six month long novel with a chapter of the story written and read every game. Unlike the …

Assassin’s Creed REVIEW | Film EDERtorials

The Assassin’s Creed video game franchise is incredibly popular, but does the magic extend to the big screen? Harking back to beloved titles like …

First Artificial Embryo Grown: A Solution to the Stem Cell Debate

A Cambridge University research team lead by Dr. Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz has successfully grown the first functioning <i>artificial animal embryo</i> in …

The Complete Guide to WWII in 10 Books

It’s fair to ask, “Could there possibly be a comprehensive list of books that encompasses arguably the greatest cataclysm in history?” Never mind …

Military History

The Final Problem: Predictions for Sherlock Season 4 Finale

<i>The biggest – and arguably the only – clue the audience gets for Sherlock’s season four finale is Mycroft’s statement that everything Sherlock is</i> …

Did You Miss Me? Sherlock’s Next Move for Episode 2 – Season 4

Following last year’s one-off special episode, “The Abominable Bride,” we made a few predictions regarding season 4. Now that the first episode has …

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Canada (* But Didn’t Know Where to Ask)

<i>On December 11th, 2016, Paul K. DiCostanzo sat down with noted YouTube vlogger, writer, Canadian political personality (recently published in the</i> …

Rogue One SPOILER-FREE REVIEW | Film EDERtorials

The Star Wars franchise Imperial Marches on with its first spin-off film (dubbed “stories”), <i>Rogue One</i>! This newest Star Wars film provides the …

Top 5 Theories About Sherlock Season 4

Last year the creators of BBC’s Sherlock announced that season four of the mystery drama would be pushed back until 2017. However, they did deliver …

TV

Top 3 Tracks From The Hamilton Mixtape

Released on December 2nd, <i>The Hamilton Mixtape</i> is the latest chapter of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical phenomenon centered around America’s, “ten dollar …

Never Before Seen John Lennon Doodles – And An Afternoon on Central Park West

<i>Today TGNR shares an incredible story about John Lennon, an exclusive TGNR release of never-before-seen work of his famous autobiographical doodling,</i> …

WWI Out Of The Trenches And Into Perspective: The Great War Project

Between the years 1918 and 1939, humanity only knew the First World War as “The war to end all wars,” or “The great war.” The conflict lasted from …

Pearl Harbor in Perspective: What Happened Around The World The Day Japan Attacked?

December 7th, 1941 holds a singular place in America’s historical memory. It is the day that changed the national identity and destiny as few others. …

German Nuclear Fusion Reactor Passes Major Test

In December of 2015, the Institute for Plasma Physics in Germany successfully activated one of the worlds largest <i>nuclear fusion</i> reactors, the</i> …

Doctor Strange REVIEW | Film EDERtorials

Marvel and Benedict Cumberbatch have teamed up to take a decidedly magical turn in their newest film, <i>Doctor Strange</i>. In a year packed with superhero …

100 Years Of Beauty: A New Look

(<b>Image Credit:</b> <b>Urek Meniashvili</b>)<p><i>By Kristen E. Strubberg Editor-in-Chief</i><p>On 16 March 2016 WatchCut Video released the nineteenth chapter in their “100 …

Dominos Delivery Drones Hit New Zealand

<b>Whangaparaoa, New Zealand –</b> It is the dawning age of personal and commercial aerial drones use. No longer is this technology exclusively available …

Nanobodies Show Unique Promise To Prevent Human Inflammation and Pain

In the ongoing research to control pain and inflammation, a special subgroup of antibodies called “nanobodies” have demonstrated this ability in a …

Ingmar Bergmans ‘Persona’ | Cadre Cinematique

(<b>Image Credit: “Persona,” Ingmar Berman, AB Svenk Filmindustri, 1966.</b><p>)<i>Filmmaker David Sporn’ CadreCinematique explores classic, esoteric, and just</i> …

Festival de Cannes 2016: The Spin

(<b>Image Credit: The Hollywood Reporter</b>)<p><i>By David Sporn Entertainment & Arts Contributor</i><p>The 2016 Cannes Film Festival ended Sunday, May 22nd. Cannes is …

Honeysuckle Fights The Flu!

<i>Could tea cure the flu?</i> (<b>Image Credit: Wikicommons</b>)<p><i>By Kristen E. Strubberg Editor-in-Chief</i><p>Researchers have found the first naturally occurring flu …

Medicine