River Thames – The History of London’s Central Waterbody

Extending over 215 miles, The River Thames is the second longest in the United Kingdom and has played a major role in the development of London. It has been used as an economic resource, a transportation route, a source of food and fresh water and, in recent times, an entertainment venue. The evidence of humans… Read More

Underground Dwellers – Life Below the Surface

When most people think of home they imagine walking through the front door at ground level, or entering a high rise apartment building. Unknown to many, there are others that take a journey leading down, before they are greeted by the familiar sight of home. These people live in different parts of the world and… Read More

Harry Potter – Events that Occur 19 Years Later

The Harry Potter series ends with Albus Potter, Harry’s second son, beginning school 19 years after Voldemort is defeated. The date that the next generation returns to classes is September 1, 2017, and in a unique merger of fantasy and reality, fans gathered at Kings Cross Station to countdown their departure. The majority of the… Read More

Bad Bacteria – Microscopic Organisms that can be Harmful to our Health

In The Moon Stealer books the threat to the human race comes in the form of a foreign bacteria – but how much of a genuine threat is bacteria to human health? Bacteria are one of the most prevalent species on the planet, and scientists believe that there are about a trillion species. Fortunately, most… Read More