Category: People

January 13, 2021 0

Remembering Chuck Yeager

By Stephen Callahan

A War Veteran Who Had a Way with Words

Although war heroes are not usually very approachable, Chuck Yeager proved to be the exception to the rule. Sadly, the decorated Air Force veteran passed away Monday at the age of 97. Interestingly, Yeager proved to be a formidable presence on the social media platform Twitter recently. Answering questions from fans and posting about his experiences as a World War II pilot, Yeager was remarkably humble and down-to-earth for someone who had been famous for the better part of seven decades. But it was not his World War II service for which he was most famous. His crowning achievement would come a bit later. read more

January 12, 2021 0

Former Israeli Space Security Chief, Haim Eshed, Eludes To Long-Standing Relationship With Extraterrestrials

By Stephen Callahan

We’ve made contact, so the former Israeli Space Security Chief, Haim Eshed, is touting. December 7th brought some exciting news regarding our extraterrestrial counterparts. In Hebrew, the interview ran on Friday and gained traction after published in English by the Jerusalem Post on Tuesday. The kicker of this is Eshed proposed that President Trump knew about it all along but kept tight-lipped. read more

January 12, 2021 0

Cher’s Fight for the Beautiful Kaavan

By Stephen Callahan

In 1985, the government of Sri Lanka wanted to send a gift to Pakistan to show their appreciation of continuing good relations. What they chose seemed like a good fit at the time; however, the one and only Cher has recently made headlines by giving this one-time present a new life in Cambodia. What was the gift? A 35-year-old, beautiful Asian elephant named Kaavan. read more

December 31, 2020 0

Timnit Gebru Gets Support From Tech Word After Google Firing

By Stephen Callahan

Timnit Gebru was the co-leader of Google Ethical Artificial Intelligence team until she was fired by the company. She wasn’t exactly fired, instead she received an email stating from her manager accepting her resignation. She had stated in an email that certain conditions must be met in order for her to continue working at Google, which her manager took as a resignation as Google would not meet her conditions. read more

December 30, 2020 0

Carnegie Corporation Hires a New Chief Investment Officer

By Stephen Callahan

Andrew Carnegie is the founder of the non-profit institution. He was a self-made business magnate and arguably the wealthiest entrepreneurs in the nineteenth century. By 1889, Andrew became the owner of Carnegie Steel Corporation, among the biggest of its kind around the globe. Despite his successful business career, he later started focusing on charitable activities after selling his company in 1901. read more