Monthly Archives: October 2015

The ‘Marvel Cinematic Universe’ Chronological Timeline

Originally posted on Geekritique:
[Last edit – July 18, 2015] For those who don’t understand why I placed Daredevil before AoS s2, here is my reasoning: we know that Daredevil takes place after the events of Avengers, because the Battle of NY helped create the landscape in which this aspect of the universe exists: Hell’s…

The Halloween Asteroid

What is being dubbed the “Halloween Asteroid”, Asteroid 2015 TB145, is some 400 meters across and will pass safely by at around 17:00 GMT (18:00 CET) on the 31st of October. The space rock was discovered in Hawaii on October 10th. On the 11th of October, just 12 hours after its discovery, the object was confirmed by ESA from […]

A TOUCH OF EUROPE: Photographer Sandra Niininen

A post long overdue, I would like to introduce Photographer Sandra Niininen, a long time pen pal and friend who resides across the pond. She is a talented photographer, capturing beautiful scenery throughout Sweden’s countryside. Be sure to check out her site here! Also, check out her DeviantArt Studio. If any of her photos capture your heart or […]

Non-Profit: The Panther Group

Hey everyone! Check out The Panther Group. It supports local and national charitable organizations. They are currently building their site, but you can still donate or purchase a few cool items on RedBubble. Funds go to the charities mentioned on their website! This is an excerpt off their page: The Panther Group is a collection of […]

Neurotransmitters: N-acetylaspartylglutamate (NAAG)

Overview of transmitter CHEM218 Seminar Neurotransmitters are chemicals that enable the communication of signals between nerve cells and other cells. They act as “signal bearers”, leaping across the synaptic cleft, exiting the axonic surface of one neuron and attaching to receptor proteins on the dendritic surface of another neuron. Neurotransmitters also enable nerves to communicate […]

A writing response to the Aeneid

The Aeneid, originally published in 19BC, is a Latin epic poem, written by Virgil. Most likely penned between 29 and 19 BC, it tells the legendary story of Aeneas, a Trojan warrior who travelled the seas to Italy, where he became the ancestor of the Romans. It comprises 9,896 lines in dactylic hexameter. This response will provide some incite […]

A Little Then & Now:The Stars of Balleymenone

A compare & contrast article of Henry Glassie’s World Vs The Modern Day, in regards to architecture and housing of the common man in Ireland. The book itself gives a rich glimpse into an intimate art form, the traditional oral performance with a focus on the talented individuals of Ballymenone, County Fermanagh, Ireland. When Henry Glassie […]