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Writers dream of a better place and what they can do to right the wrongs that artists feel so deeply. These readings could have taken place in a San Francisco cellar with Lenny Bruce and George Carlin waiting in the wings.
While skeptics may put it down to chance or informed guesswork, believers insist that these predictions are proof of the higher brain power that many humans apparently possess.
A smarter set of technologies is what we need for the mobile. During periods of high speed and high quality bandwidth, mobile apps should anticipate what we're going to read or watch and cache it for later. Don't make us have to remember to pre-download or prepare for being offline.
"Jelly of Cherryes that is so Clear & Vermillion like a fine Rubey, & of Goodness, Taste & Virtue Excellent, that the Cherryes will Preserve Long in Perfection."
A poetic prophet who wrote in puns, anagrams and quatrains, Nostradamus was the quintessential Renaissance man with a twist. Apothecary, healer and dyslexic, Nostradamus became interested in astrology and the occult.
Few people have it worse in these end times than character actors in dramatic TV portrayals and reenactments on the History Channel or the Discovery Channel.
It's safe to say that most psychic predictions are either inaccurate or so vague that they can be interepreted to mean anything
Since Apollo 11 touched down on July 20, 1969, conspiracy theorists have loudly proclaimed that man never actually made it
And that was quite a feat considering the BBC says he has shrapnel under his heart and other wounds. Saudi King Abdullah
So I'm not buying it. Meanwhile, it seems that the two big events of the last six weeks -- Osama Bin Laden's death and the
A fringe Christian radio group's prediction that "Judgment Day" will be upon us May 21 has created an international sensation
Another shop dying to get some extra customers on the last day of the world is Photoworks, a San Francisco-based photo supply
Let's do a little comparison. Let's look at a few of Moses' predictions to see if we believe that they actually came to pass and then contrast them with the perennially popular 16th century French prophet Nostradamus.
The e-book era is going to be one of incredible innovation and unlimited opportunity. I refuse to believe the skeptics and pessimists. Books are about to get better.
Making a joint appearance at a Tea Party rally in Minneapolis, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn) put out a cryptic call for "two more horsemen" to join their movement.
I had hoped to be out in front of the pack with some pithy prophecies of my own, but the holidays got in the way. Turns out the only thing I'm better at than prognostication is procrastination.
Perhaps the most inaccurate and inept economic forecast of all time was delivered relatively recently by Ben Bernanke who n October '05 said, "There's no housing bubble to go bust"
Is there an analyst, an economist, a professor, government regulator, seer, dowser or astrologer out there who can actually tell anybody what's going on?
According to Dr. Logsdon, in 1555 Nostradamus predicted the alliance between the two right-wing beauties when he wrote, "The slayer of beasts shall meet the barer of breasts."
I had to resort to Nostradamus for Dummies by Scarlet Ross to learn the meaning of Nostradamus' predictions.