Leonardo da Vinci transformed mapping from art to science

At the beginning of the 16th century, Leonardo da Vinci returned to Florence after almost two decades in the employ of Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan. Nearing 50, Leonardo was already famed for his scientific genius and artistic achievements, including the design of an innovative catapult around 1485 and the fresco The Last Supper (1495-98). Combining practicality and…

They’re Cesspools Of Conspiracies. Or is it a WAKEUP CALL!! PLEASE WATCH!

Numerous groups campaigning against coronavirus quarantines have become hubs for misinformation about Black Lives Matter and vaccines. At the height of nationwide protests over coronavirus lockdowns, Facebook groups with names like Reopen Alabama and Michiganders Against Excessive Quarantine collectively accumulated hundreds of thousands of members and widespread mainstream media coverage as followers of those groups took to the streets…

Is the Earth Flat?

There has been a debate on rather or not the world is flat or not. Well. Let’s examine the evidence.  Now, I would typically go the usual route with the US being the main driver of the lies, but I will like to try a different strategy. However, my convictions are a result of philosophical…