US Air Force serviceman Spencer Stone departs the Clinique Lille Sud, which specializes in hand injuries, in Lesquin, France. Photo: Reuters.
Spencer Stone, a member of the US Air Force, charged at the gunman. He sustained knife wounds to his hand and neck but has now been released from the hospital. Despite his injuries, he helped another passenger who had been shot. Witnesses credited him with saving the man’s life. His childhood friends and travel companions Alek Skarlatos, a US Army soldier, and Anthony Sadler, a university student, helped wrestle the man to the ground. Chris Norman, a British consultant, helped the men tie up the terrorist. President Barack Obama phoned the three Americans to thank them on behalf of the American people for their heroism. Continue reading Brave Americans Save The Day in France
To many Americans and scientists, Native American artifacts are a window into the past of our amazing country. They were the first people on this land and developed amazing weaponry and skills that we modeled our modern day weapons after. They developed different tools and methods for doing things that we still use in our everyday lives hundreds of years later.
Another reason the Native American artifacts resonate so strongly with us is because they left behind so many different types of interesting artifacts that we stare at in wonder today. Arrowheads, bows and arrows and artwork are example of thing they have left behind that we still look at today.
However, people continue to be infatuated with the Native American culture because there are still Native American people alive today, unlike other ancient civilizations where the people have been dead for thousands of years. We still see how they practice their ancient traditions while adapting to modern life. We will most likely never figure out their rituals but we will continue to study the artifacts they left behind in an attempt to understand a little big about their culture and background. Continue reading Native American Artifacts