As much of a documentary nut as I am, I have to admit I've never seen a second of Cosmos--either version. I've heard about it occasionally over the decades and then of course came the newer version. Part of me would lean toward Tyson's because I'd bet that there's extra science in there not known … Continue reading #096 Blitz Q–Which One Is the Better Version of Cosmos: Carl Sagan’s or Neil deGrasse Tyson’s?
(Title edited because I forgot how to count) This is a question that's been bugging me for many years. In the age of sexual harassment seminars and iffy rules on dating in the workplace, it still amazes me that some people do date someone from work and may eventually get married. I guess when you've … Continue reading #025–Do couples who live & work together have a work-life balance, & how do they do it without going crazy?
In the past few years, several books have been written about an event I'd only heard of in the fantastic BBC documentary series Secrets of World War II. Suddenly, there are plenty of books detailing "Operation Pastorius," a unique one in that German agents were sent to the United States in 1942 to perform sabotage operations and spy on the American war effort.