Maybe the aurora borealis isn’t what you think.
Question the Narrative | Giants, Mines, and Manmade Mountains
I live in a beautiful part of the country. It’s rich with history and, oh, so many questions. Every time I drive down the highway I see these mountains that look to me like they might not be what we’ve always thought. Let’s talk today about giants, mines, and manmade mountains.
Question the Narrative | Volcanoes, Resets, and the Invention of Time
Today’s video was inspired by two emails I received which delve into possible mudflood explanations and the history of time. Very cool stuff.
I’m Worried About the Rise in Homeschooling
Rather than give an intro to this video, all I’m going to say is this: SMH at the number of people who saw the title, scrolled down, and left a comment WITHOUT watching the video. Yikes.
Question the Narrative | Cartography
When questioning things, it’s important to remember that regurgitating what you learned in school doesn’t cut it. Take cartography, for example…
Remember What I Said About Preschool?
I’ve discussed the topic of preschool off on and for at least six years now (starting with my blog). Every day we see propaganda for universal pre-k and early childhood education everywhere we turn, but is it REALLY good for children? According to this study, the answer is just what I suspected.
When the World Overwhelms You
These past several years have been a doozy for most of us. Here’s what I’m doing to reduce the #anxiety I’ve felt for far too long.
Question the Narrative | Arctic vs Antarctic Circle
In memory of Rob Skiba
Have you ever wondered why there’s such a huge difference between the climates of the Arctic and Antarctic Circle if they’re both exposed to the same amount of the sun’s rays? Did you ever even know there was a difference? Yesterday I explored both the mainstream explanation and one that, well, just makes more sense.
Question the Narrative | Tartaria = Kingdom of Hell?
For several months I had jumped on the bandwagon of referring to Christ’s possible millennial kingdom as Tartaria. Believe me, I will not make that mistake again. Words matter.
Question the Narrative | Wait…Can’t We Raise Cities Anymore??
If raising cities was so commonplace in the 19th century, why aren’t we doing it anymore?