This Golden Record Is Now Available To Humans

By Jair Martinez Thirty years ago, NASA scientists launched the famed Golden Records, into space, intended to communicate the story of our world to extraterrestrials. This record includes pictures and sounds that, if found by an intelligent alien civilization, will help them understand the human race. For years, the only people who would be able…

Big Void

By Jair Martinez The Khufu’s Great Pyramid at Giza is surrounded by mysteries—many of which include how people from that time were able to build such magnificent, and complicated, structures. Khufu is most famously known for having three large interior chambers and a series of passageways, the longest being the Grand Gallery of 47m-long and…

Television: The Rise of Home Entertainment

By Jair Martinez Ever since the invention of the television, most people spend their time at home watching it. Especially with so many shows, movies, and sports that stream daily, who wouldn’t want to watch TV in their free time? Now, television has surpassed most forms of home entertainment like reading and listening to the…

How Directors Make Audiences Cry

By Alec Nunez Sadness is difficult for a director to convey and have the audience feel. Emotions such as grief cannot feel forced or it will negate the director’s original goal of making the audience cry, nor can it be lacking as a result of attempting to prevent a forceful feeling. A bad filmmaker will…