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For the Greater Good and the Earth Itself

Nathaniel Wang, GhD in Governmentologism

January 21, 2019

Filed under Opinion

The current federal government shutdown is wreaking havoc across its various branches. Between the Coast Guard, NASA, and everything in-between, civil servants are either trudging forwards with their work without compensation...

Nature’s Own Abomination

William Doyle, Contributor

November 25, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Living in Northport, surrounded by maritime paraphernalia and an easy-going coastal spirit, it is hard to imagine any great danger befalling our neighbors and besieging our quaint and humble town.  The truth is that we don’t ...

Flying Fish vs. The World – Understanding the Plight of the Winged

Nathaniel Wang, Ph.D. in Phish

November 25, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Flying fish get a lot of flak for being, well, flying fish. “Fish shouldn’t have wings; that’s just creepy,” and “Why does something that lives in the ocean need to fly?” are a couple of the many commonly used phrases...

The Civilized Soup – a.k.a How my Favorite Food Started a Dairy Race War

William Doyle, Freelancer

November 8, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Consistency is mankind’s mark upon the world.  Nature is an unpredictable mistress, often succumbing to the radical winds of change.  However, man and his two hands have bridled nature, making consistent the inconsistent,...

Down With the Old Regime – The Second French Revolution

Nathaniel Wang, Freelancer, ChD in Cheesegenics

November 8, 2018

Filed under Opinion

French onion soup is a classic member of the French cuisine family, but its optimal cheese topping is a topic of intense debate. There is no question as to if there should be cheese or not, but rather what cheese there should ...

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