Author: Jed Relativo

A lot of people knew it by now. Years of education, TV documentaries and internet will give us what we need. It’s simply common sense and science. Yet I’m pretty... Read More

Sometimes, nothing is permanent in science. Ideas must give way to newer and more accurate discoveries. Most of the time, people are okay with it, though letting go a beloved... Read More

Recently I started in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and I fell in love with the sports. It’s one of those manly habits I have been trying, together with archery. I’m still... Read More

This hub is inspired by a question sent by a visitor months ago, when I did an article about slender Gundams (the title is “Are Slim Gundams a Good Thing,”... Read More

Fans probably knew about this, but this is for the sake of the newbies who are new to the twisted universe of Neon Genesis Evangelion. Years of following the show,... Read More

In the height of the Cold War, both the Soviet Union and the U.S. did their best to outdo each other. No shots were fired back then, but the sworn... Read More

As a part of my EDC, I carry both a double-handed opener knife (like the Opinel), and a single-handed deploying folder. They complement each other, and both have their places.... Read More

We hear a lot of sensationalized hearsay from fringe theorists, and one of their favorites is Ancient Egypt. Their so-called historical facts range from the outrageous, to somewhat insulting. Their... Read More

We hear a lot of sensationalized hearsay from fringe theorists, and one of their favorites is Ancient Egypt. Their so-called historical facts range from the outrageous, to somewhat insulting. Their... Read More

When I first saw it, I never had any idea how the original Star Wars came up with their visual effects. Years ago, stuffs like internet, where people could geek... Read More