Research Results: Can Plants Hear Themselves Being Eaten? | WafflesatNoon.com

Can Plants Hear Themselves Being Eaten

Here is another article I wrote for the ezine Waffles at Noon. “Plants can selectively distinguish between vibrations caused by different external stimuli and react to those which are threatening to the plants’ survival.”  Read “Research Results: Can Plants Hear … Continue reading

American Folklore: Did Betsy Ross Really Create the First American Flag? | WafflesatNoon.com

Betsy Ross

Here is another article I wrote for the ezine Waffles at Noon. Historians have been unable to produce the evidence necessary to remove Betsy Ross from the mythos of American History.  Read “American Folklore: Did Betsy Ross Really Create the … Continue reading

Medieval Medicine: Will a 9th Century Eye Ointment Finally Kill MRSA? | WafflesatNoon.com

Medival Medicine

Here is another article I wrote for the ezine Waffles at Noon.  “Researchers must now refine and obtain FDA approval for a medieval eye ointment recipe which lab tests show is 90% successful at killing MRSA bacteria on the infected tissue of mice.”  Read “Medieval … Continue reading

Artists Gone Wild: Controversies in Commissioned Artwork | WafflesatNoon.com

Artists Gone Wild

Here is another article I wrote for the ezine Waffles at Noon.  Renowned painter Nelson Shanks’s recent admissions about his portrait of former President Clinton should serve to garner the attention he must be seeking, as well as make patrons … Continue reading

A Review: Jo. M. Sekimonyo’s “Cast Away for These Reasons – Economic Jihad”

Cast Away For These Reasons - Economic Jihad

Immediately after downloading the Kindle eBook version of this work, I began the task of unpacking the author’s message.  That message begins in earnest: quotes from champions of the poor and destitute, anecdotes from a well-traveled memory, a critical view … Continue reading