Education, Health, medicine

Face Masks In The 1918 Flu Pandemic

The use of masks in the1918 Flu Pandemic, Spanish Flu H1N1 virus

The horrific scale of the 1918 influenza pandemic—known as the “Spanish flu”—is hard to fathom. The virus infected 500 million people worldwide and killed an estimated 20 million to 50 million victims—that’s more than all of the soldiers and civilians killed during World War I combined.

Lack of Quarantines Allowed Flu to Spread and Grow

Take care of your body: Remember that the best medicine is education and prevention—DraMacn

Art, Cooking, eating, Food

Anything Goes On Sunday: Food Art For A Wonderful Relaxing Sunday


Creating wonderful art with nature is a masterpiece for the eyes to admire. It looks so good, would you eat it?


Filippo Tommaso Marinetti was the first artist in the modern era to think of the preparation and consumption of food as art.

The avant-garde Futurist movement, formed by Marinetti and other artists in Milan in 1909, embraced the industrial age and all things mechanical—from automobiles and planes to manufacturing methods and city planning. They thought cooking and dining, so central to everyone’s day-to-day lives, should also be central to their farsighted, far-out ideas.

Free Thinking, Religion, Science

Saturday Night For The Free Thinkers: Let Us Think A Little?

In this gorgeous Saturday night, peaceful, with the sky so clear that I can see Jupiter and Saturn without binoculars, waiting for the Great Conjunction to happen on December 21th, 2020, this thought came to my mind: I cannot believe for the life of me that there are still apologetics for Creationism and Religion fanatics in this world of ours.

It is just logical. Using a little bit of math, simple mathematics. Nothing extreme, no rocket science involved:

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