Best Christmas Gifts for 2016: Creativity & Science Overcome the Technology Wasteland

Yes, do not be afraid, there will be LED TV’s on the market this year that are so big

Avoiding a Greek Tragedy

For those who love history, or just extremely good movies

Birds Are People Too

More and more data is being collected in regards to the coexistence of humans and wildlife

Marriage & Family Therapist Holli Kenley Launches ‘Another Way Wednesday’ Podcast for Parents and Teens

  Recovery expert, family therapist, and author Holli Kenley, M.A. MFT is co-hosting a dynamic weekly podcast entitled “Another Way Wednesday Series”! The podcast series expands on Kenley’s 2015 educational novel Another Way which empowers teens with concrete strategies for making choices based on their worth and their unique levels of readiness. With an inclusive, […]

Neo-Realism of Lost Childhoods

Neo-Realism of Lost Childhoods ~ Dinesh Sharma   Child labor is a serious problem in India.  A country that is home to over 60 million child laborers, according to some NGO estimates, hopes to be a superpower. Is it possible for India to rise while almost 14% of its children are working in the streets and […]

Rainbow Academy’s Unique Use of Technology in Education

Established in 1997 by Guy and Julia Falzarano, Rainbow Academy Early Learning Centers has grown steadily, right along with the children it nurtures, to thirteen locations throughout New Jersey. In 2011, they began franchising and already have another fifteen franchises currently under development. In all this time, Rainbow Academy has never outgrown its’ unique approach […]

The Green Register Takes a Look at the Stunning Salt Marsh Landscape

The Green Register Takes a Look at the Stunning Salt Marsh Landscape   Every week we discuss a new ‘green’ movement, product, company, or discuss the newest way to recycle items. Whether it be the latest in fashion or food or other businesses, ‘going green’ is a large part of every industry on the map. […]

Newly Discovered Planet Appears To Be a “Short Timer”

A newly discovered possible exoplanet some 1,500 light years away is being shredded by the intense heat of its parent star. The team from NASA and MIT found that the planet circles its host star every 15 hours, making it one of the shortest planetary orbits ever observed, which implies that the planet orbits very […]

Smart Car Turtle Fossil Found in Columbia

Florida paleontologists digging in a northern Colombia coal mine have discovered the remains of a giant turtle so big it was capable of snacking on ancient alligators, according to a new report in the online version of the Journal of Systematic Palaeontology. The 60-million-year-old reptile, dubbed Carbonemys cofrinii or “coal turtle,” is considered to be […]

Nearly 100 Endangered Species Making Come Back

Nearly 100 endangered species should be on track to meet federal scientists’ recovery goals, according to a new analysis by a national nonprofit organization that seeks to protect the planet’s biological diversity. The Center for Biological Diversity’s review examined population trends of 110 endangered plant and animals protected under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) in […]