In the madness of war, I saw that taking a life could be banal.
Zachary R. Wood“On Killing” deconstructs the psychology of taking human life. Before killing the first time a reluctance tempers the desire to know whether you are capable of doing it. But once killing loses its mystique, it no longer becomes a tool of last resort.”
Mr. Persico, nicknamed the Snake, died in prison. He was serving a combined 139-year sentence after being convicted of leading a vast and violent criminal enterprise.
Zachary R. Wood“He was the most fascinating figure I encountered in the world of organized crime...His reputation for violent audacity increased after the murder on Oct. 25, 1957, of Albert Anastasia, feared boss of mob organization later called the Gambino family.”
Nuclear testing left a signature of radioactive carbon all around the world—in trees and sharks, in oceans and human bodies. Even as that signal disappears, it’s revealing new secrets to scientists.
Zachary R. WoodHere is an interesting read.
“Clark radioed for a rescue but was denied...A little carbon 14 made its way into Clark’s body, into his blood, his fat, his gut, and his muscles. Clark carried a signature of the nuclear weapons he tested to his grave.”
Learn why wolves let out their spine-tingling howls. Find out how they team up to hunt down larger prey like deer, elk, and moose.
Zachary R. Wood“With their piercing looks & spine-tingling howls, wolves inspire adoration & controversy around the world. A lone wolf howls to attract attention of his pack, while communal howls send territorial messages to other packs. Some howls are confrontational.”
We elect Democrats!DigiDems was founded in the wake of the 2016 election with a mission to elect a Democratic majority by helping campaigns use technology effectively. In 2018 we placed 80 technologists on critical Democratic campaigns across the ...