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Green Beret Designs First-Ever Fireproof American Flag Made of Kevlar to Withstand Rioters

Green Beret Designs First-Ever Fireproof American Flag Made of Kevlar to Withstand Rioters

BY ROBERT JAY WATSON Green Berets represent the U.S. Army’s elite fighting force, and Staff Sergeant Kyle Daniels has taken that skill and dedication from the battlefield abroad to his work at home. The former Special Forces officer is the founder and CEO of the nonprofit Firebrand Flag Company, which has produced the first-ever fireproof flag. […]

Pilot Photographs Storm Clouds, Lightning, Northern Lights In-flight–and the Results Are Epic

Pilot Photographs Storm Clouds, Lightning, Northern Lights In-flight–and the Results Are Epic

BY ROBERT JAY WATSON While rough weather might deter some pilots who navigate the skies, there’s one who relishes the chance to head right for the storm. Dutch aviation photographer Christiaan van Heijst has manned the cockpit of a 747 past lightning storms, epic thunderclouds, and the northern lights—all to capture some epic photography. “When viewing […]

NASA Discovery Reveals Saturn’s Moon Titan Drifting Away 100 Times Faster Than Previous Estimate

NASA Discovery Reveals Saturn’s Moon Titan Drifting Away 100 Times Faster Than Previous Estimate

BY ROBERT JAY WATSON   NASA’s Cassini probe crashed into the surface of the solar system’s second-largest planet, Saturn, in 2017, yet its incredible mission is still revealing new information. Findings from Cassini’s data, published in the journal Nature Astronomy, revealed “that Titan rapidly migrates away from Saturn on a timescale of roughly 10 billion years, corresponding to […]

Teen Who Sews Bow Ties to Help Animals Get Adopted Now Makes Masks for Essential Workers

Teen Who Sews Bow Ties to Help Animals Get Adopted Now Makes Masks for Essential Workers

BY ROBERT JAY WATSON   A 13-year-old boy from New Jersey who made headlines in the past for using his sewing talents to make bow ties to help animals get adopted is now applying those skills to create masks for essential workers amid the CCP virus that has swept across the globe. Sir Darius Brown, who hails from Newark, is an animal […]

Non-Profit on a Mission to Save ‘Retired’ Mill Dogs and Find Them Forever Homes

Non-Profit on a Mission to Save ‘Retired’ Mill Dogs and Find Them Forever Homes

BY ROBERT JAY WATSON It was a day of celebration and some furry cuddles at a Colorado-based animal welfare organization when the staff welcomed 96 dogs rescued from captivity. Non-profit National Mill Dog Rescue (NMDR) posted a video on Feb. 3, 2020, of its staff busy “offloading” the dogs that had arrived at Lily’s Haven, the Peyton-based facility named after the […]

Retired Military Dogs in Need of Forever Homes–and Air Force Seeks Loving Owners to Adopt Them

Retired Military Dogs in Need of Forever Homes–and Air Force Seeks Loving Owners to Adopt Them

BY ROBERT JAY WATSON While the general public is slowly becoming more aware of the issue of supporting veterans returning from combat zones, there’s one demographic that’s hardly on the radar at all: military working dogs (MWDs). These canines, once dedicated to defending their fellow soldiers, served on the front lines in conflict zones and are in need […]

20-Year-Old Inventor in India Creates Biodegradable Plastic Substitute Made From Banana Leaves

20-Year-Old Inventor in India Creates Biodegradable Plastic Substitute Made From Banana Leaves

BY ROBERT JAY WATSON   “I do not want to live with problems, I want to solve them,” says 20-year-old entrepreneur Tenith Adithyaa from Tamil Nadu in Southern India. Adithyaa has been winning awards for his designs and tech accomplishments since he was a boy and has devoted his considerable talents and time to solving one […]