Apollo 13

On April 11, the mission of Apollo 13 was launched. The mission was to explore the Fra Maura highlands to get geological specimen and to give us advanced knowledge of the lu landscape. Unfortunately, when the crew of Apollo 13 conducted a broadcast on the 13 of April, an explosion took place in the cryogenetic …

Hades

Hades, the ruthless God of the underworld, was so feared no one would speak of his name. His myth showed how Ancient Greeks viewed death. No matter how good you were, you went to the underworld. For the Greeks, it was heaven, hell, and limbo combined. The majority of souls would wander aimlessly into a …

Experiments of Josef Mengele

Josef Mengele was a Schutzstuffel officer and physician in the concentration camps during World War II. Nowadays, his nickname is the angel of death, due to his grotesque and inhumane experiments conducted on twins, who were mostly children. He was interested in utilizing twins for medical research through Verschuer, whom Mengele was an assistant to, …

Centaurs

A favorite beast portrayed in greek mythology, is the half-man half-horse creature, the centaur. They inhabit the mountains and forests of Thessaly. They were said to be primal, they were in tribes, living cozy in caves, and to feed them selves, they usually went hunting for wild animals in armor maid out of rocks and …

The Flying Dutchman

This maritime ghost story has been the most famous for more than 300 years. Captain Cornelius Vanderdecken gambled his salvation to round Cape of good hope in a storm, when he was homeward bound from Batavia. Battling against headwinds for nine weeks, the captain could not make progress. He swore to God that he would …

The Sphinx

This was a female monster with the body of lion, the breast and head  a woman, an eagles in Greek mythology. Many times, she is described as the daughter of Echidna and Typhon, or Chimaera and Typhon, or Orthos and Chimaera. Sent by the gods, the sphinx was to plague the town of Thebes. Because …