Articles by Pelliciari




What are the odds of winning the lottery? Sufficient to say most player’s odds are slim to none. With luck like Joan Ginther, I’d be playing everyday.  She recently picked up her…



President Barack Obama, along with the Justice Department, filed a lawsuit against the state of Arizona for the passing of an immigration law that would allow the failure of carrying proper documentation…


The San Diego zoo and The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California have joined together to conduct research on reproducing rare animals.  The frozen stems cells, in theory, will allow a…


President Barack Obama spent four years of his childhood life living in Indonesia.  He attended Primary School 1 in the Menteng district of Jakarta, where they referred to him as Barry. Much…



Since the oil spill in April, the Gulf of Mexico has witnessed numerous accounts of failed attempts to stop the oil from gushing into the water. With BP’s constant efforts to find…



For over the past 5 years, scientific researchers have been observing an ocean in the making.  Scientists at the Royal Society, claim that the African continent will be split in two based…


The Japanese government has proposed the Morning Challenge campaign, put out by the Environment Ministry, to decrease carbon footprints in the home.  The campaign suggests that people go to bed one hour…



If someone meets the U.S. Senate candidate requirements (at least 30 years of age, a U.S. citizen for nine or more years, and having residency in the state where campaigning) are they equipped to run for election? South Carolina seems to think so.

Alvin Greene, a 32 year-old unemployed veteran, won 60% of votes at the Democratic primary. His inexperience in politics and minimal campaigning strategy gave rise to many questions and conspiracy theories. Given Greene’s simplistic interviewing responses, the question of why he won is still unanswered. Did Greene win because his name was first on the ballot? Was he planted by the Republican party? How does an unemployed man, living with his father after being discharged from the Air Force fund a $10,440 filing fee with little to no fund-raising? What are the details to his felony obscenity charge from his arrest last year? Keith Olbermann addresses these questions in an interview on MSNBC:


There has always been an interest in remaining young: immortality in myths, the fountain of youth, plastic surgery. People have continued to search for a means of stopping the aging process to…


Chat Roulette has had a growing success since the beginning of the year. Chat Roulette pairs users with random video chatters from around the world. The video chat site has revealed its…