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Thursday September 29, 2016     8:00 AM ET


Ellie's World Blogs
Covert Ops
Shimon Peres Dies, New Moon 9° Libra, Rosh Hashanah 2016
First Presidential Debate: Trump vs Hillary





Today's Events, Birthdays and Quotes


September 29, 1980

Zachary Levi

  Zachary Levi Google Videos

Zachary Levi is an award winning American
television actor, director, and singer. Filmography


Entertainment has this way of resetting itself.

Zachary Levi Quotes




September 29, 1942

Ian McShane

  Ian McShane Google Videos

Ian McShane is an award winning
English actor. Filmography


I made decisions that I regret and used them as learning lessons.
I'm human, not perfect, like anybody else.

Ian McShane




September 29, 1962

Roger Bart

  Roger Bart Google Videos

Roger Bart is an award winning
American actor. Filmography


Through humor, you can soften some of the worst blows that life delivers.
Once you find laughter, no matter how painful your situation might be, you can survive it.


Roger Bart Quotes




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September 29, 1935

Jerry Lee Lewis

  Jerry Lee Lewis Google Videos

Jerry Lee Lewis is an award winning American
rock and roll and country music singer and pianist.


When they look back on me I want 'em to remember me simply for my music.

Goodness gracious great balls of fire...

Jerry Lee Lewis Quotes




September 29, 1953

Drake Hogestyn

  Drake Hogestyn Google Videos

Drake Hogestyn is an award winning
American actor. Filmography


My leading ladies on Days have all been different.
One was a spring shower in a forest,
one was a walk along the beach and
another was a full moon through a leafless tree.

Drake Hogestyn Quotes




September 29, 1974

Alexis Cruz

  Alexis Cruz Google Videos

Alexis Cruz is an American actor. Filmography


Playing Skaara on Stargate SG1

opened the doors of my mind to the Many-Worlds Interpretation

one of many Multiverse hypotheses in physics and philosophy.

Alexis Cruz




September 29, 1901 - November 28, 1954

Enrico Fermi

  Enrico Fermi Google Videos

Enrico Fermi was an Italian Nobel Prize winning physicist
development of the first nuclear reactor
contributions to quantum theory, nuclear and particle physics.


The fundamental point in fabricating a chain reacting machine

is of course to see to it that each fission produces a certain number

of neutrons and some of these neutrons will again produce fission.

Enrico Fermi Quotes 1

Enrico Fermi Quotes 2




September 29, 1895 - February 20, 1980

Joseph Banks Rhine

Joseph Banks Rhine - pioneer of parapsychology
extrasensory perception, psychokinesis
survival of consciousness after death.


Extrasensory perception is the ability through which a person

knows things or events without the aid of their physical senses.

Joseph Banks Rhine




Wednesday September 28, 2016     1:00 PM ET


  Shimon Peres: Israel's warrior for peace dies   CNN - September 28, 2016
Shimon Peres, the Israeli elder statesman who shared a Nobel Prize for forging a peace deal between Israelis and Palestinians, has died. He served as a constant force for generations in Israeli politics. The 93-year-old died after suffering a massive stroke two weeks ago.

Appeals Court Overturns Ban on Selfies in Voting Booths   WSJ - September 29, 2016
First Circuit strikes down a New Hampshire law that banned voters from sharing photos of their marked ballots on social media

  Elon Musk outlines Mars colony vision   BBC - September 28, 2016
Entrepreneur Elon Musk has outlined his vision for establishing a human colony on Mars for people that can afford a $200,000 ticket price. Mr Musk, who founded private spaceflight company SpaceX, was speaking at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Guadalajara, Mexico, on Tuesday. His colonization plan uses a fully reusable transportation system that would take 100 people and 80 days to get to Mars and eventually as little as 30 days.

Epigenetic clock predicts life expectancy   Medical Express - September 28, 2016
UCLA geneticist Steve Horvath led a team of 65 scientists in seven countries to record age-related changes to human DNA, calculate biological age and estimate a person's lifespan. A higher biological age - regardless of chronological age - consistently predicted an earlier death. Research reveals valuable clues into what causes human aging, marking a first step toward developing targeted methods to slow the process.

Some brains are blind to moving objects   Medical Express - September 28, 2016
As many as half of people are blind to motion in some part of their field of vision, but the deficit doesn't have anything to do with the eyes. Psychologists have shown that motion blindness is a failure of the brain to properly interpret sensory information - a type of deficit called agnosia. The best-known example of an agnosia is probably face blindness, called prosopagnosia, in which people can't tell one face from another (and thus can't tell people apart without other clues).

Brain disruptions similar across many emotional disorders   Medical Express - September 28, 2016
Researchers have long known that emotional disorders have a lot in common. Many often occur together, like depression and social anxiety disorder. Treatments also tend to work across multiple disorders, suggesting shared underlying elements. But perhaps the most common shared characteristic is that almost all emotional disorders involve persistent negative thinking.

It's Not the Economy: Why Unique Baby Names Are Trending Up   Live Science - September 28, 2016
Babies in the United States are less and less likely to share their names with other kids, new research finds. The trend toward increasingly unique baby names is long-standing, but some researchers had speculated that parents might turn back to tradition amidst the uncertainty of the 2008 Great Recession. Not so, according to a new analysis of Social Security naming data.




Today's Events, Birthdays and Quotes


September 28, 1968

Naomi Watts

  Naomi Watts Google Videos

Naomi Watts is an award winning
British-Australian actress. Filmography


Life is a journey in which we experience

the full gamut of emotions

from beginning to end.

Which emotion best personifies you?



Naomi Watts Quotes




September 28, 1987

Hilary Duff

  Hilary Duff Google Videos

Hilary Duff is an award winning American
actress, singer, author, and fashion designer.
Filmography -- Discography


Mom always tells me to celebrate everyone's uniqueness. I like the way that sounds.

Hilary Duff Quotes 1

Hilary Duff Quotes 2




September 28, 1967

Mira Sorvino

  Mira Sorvino Google Videos

Mira Sorvino is an award winning
American actress. Filmography


My father taught me how to substitute realities.

Mira Sorvino Quotes




September 28, 1938 - April 30, 2015

Ben E. King

  Ben E. King Google Videos

Ben E. King was an award winning
American soul singer. Discography -- The Drifters.


It doesn't take me long to write songs.

Ben E. King Quotes




Tuesday September 27, 2016     8:30 PM ET


How to register to vote   Google - September 27, 2016

  6 takeaways from the first presidential debate   CNN - September 27, 2016

What Your Temperament Says About You (or a Presidential Candidate)   Live Science - September 27, 2016
"Temperament" was the buzzword of last night's presidential debate, the first between Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump. The most tweeted-about line of the night, according to The Hollywood Reporter, was Trump saying, "I think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. I have a winning temperament. I know how to win. She does not." Later, Clinton said that some of Trump's foreign-policy statements revealed a person without the right temperament to be commander in chief.

How we find a face in a crowd:   Daily Mail - September 27, 2016
A new study shows our brains have a special ability to tune what our attention focuses on when we know what to look out for, like faces in a crowd, meaning knowing what our attention should be drawn to makes the process much easier. Our brains use special tricks to pick out certain features from busy scenes. Some areas of the brain used for spotting non-spatial features, like color. Others specialize in looking for spatial cue like the direction of movement. A Study looked at how brains focus attention on two features at once.

The giant rift under the Midwest: Stunning new images show massive area that was 'largest outflowing of lava in our planet's history'   Daily Mail - September 27, 2016
An ancient scar has long hidden beneath the surface of the American Midwest. Using a new technique to combine different types of seismological data, researchers have now visualized the Earth's interior with unprecedented detail, providing a glimpse at the unseen Midcontinent Rift that nearly tore the continent apart. The researchers say the feature was once the site of what could be ‘the largest outflowing of lava in our planet's history,' followed by a compression event that squeezed the area until it became much thicker than the surrounding crust.

First 'three person baby' born using new method   BBC - September 27, 2016
The world's first baby has been born using a new "three person" fertility technique, New Scientist reveals. The five-month-old boy has the usual DNA from his mum and dad, plus a tiny bit of genetic code from a donor. US doctors took the unprecedented step to ensure the baby boy would be free of a genetic condition that his Jordanian mother carries in her genes. Experts say the move heralds a new era in medicine and could help other families with rare genetic conditions. But they warn that rigorous checks of this new and controversial technology, called mitochondrial donation, are needed.

SpaceX CEO Musk to present 'mind blowing' Mars plan   PhysOrg - September 27, 2016
SpaceX chief Elon Musk is set Tuesday to unveil his ambitious plan to build a human colony on Mars after sending a manned spacecraft to the Red Planet within a decade.

Ancient eggshell protein breaks through the DNA time barrier   PhysOrg - September 27, 2016
Scientists fhave identified fossil proteins in a 3.8 million year-old ostrich eggshell, suggesting that proteins could provide valuable new insights into the evolutionary tree, much further back in time than was previously thought.

Over 90% of world breathing bad air: WHO   PhysOrg - September 27, 2016
The problem is most acute in cities, but air in rural areas is worse than many think, WHO experts said. Poorer countries have much dirtier air than the developed world, according to the report, but pollution affects practically all countries in the world and all parts of society.

Methane was not the climate savior once imagined for the middle chapter of Earth history   PhysOrg - September 27, 2016
For at least a billion years of the distant past, planet Earth should have been frozen over but wasn't. Scientists thought they knew why, but a new modeling study from the Alternative Earths team of the NASA Astrobiology Institute has fired the lead actor in that long-accepted scenario.

Ancient global cooling gave rise to modern ecosystems   PhysOrg - September 27, 2016
Around 7 million years ago, landscapes and ecosystems across the world began changing dramatically. Subtropical regions dried out and the Sahara Desert formed in Africa. Rain forests receded and were replaced by the vast savannas and grasslands that persist today in North and South America, Africa and Asia. Up to now, these events have generally been explained by separate tectonic events - the uplift of mountain ranges or the alteration of ocean basins - causing discrete and local changes in climate. But in a new study, a team of researchers has shown that these environmental changes coincided with a previously undocumented period of global cooling, which was likely driven by a sharp reduction in atmospheric carbon dioxide.

Neanderthal middle ear structure found to be closer to modern human than apes   PhysOrg - September 27, 2016
There has been a change in perception of Neanderthals in recent years as archaeologists have uncovered evidence that has suggested the extinct species of human was far more capable than has been conventionally believed. They built primitive homes, for example, created jewelry and painted on walls, and now, it appears they had an ear structure that would have enabled them to use vocal communications similar to modern humans. Prior research has suggested that Neanderthals came to exist approximately 280,000 years ago and lived in much of Europe and parts of Asia - but inexplicably disappeared approximately 40,000 years ago.

Quantum computing advances with control of entanglement   PhysOrg - September 27, 2016
When the quantum computer was imagined 30 years ago, it was revered for its potential to quickly and accurately complete practical tasks often considered impossible for mere humans and for conventional computers. But, there was one big catch: Tiny-scale quantum effects fall apart too easily to be practical for reliably powering computers

Cosmic dust demystified   PhysOrg - September 27, 2016
The solar system is a dusty environment, with trillions of cosmic dust particles left behind by comets and asteroids that orbit the sun. All this dust forms a relatively dense cloud through which the Earth travels, sweeping up the interplanetary dust particles very effectively.

Samsung says only 60 percent of Galaxy Note 7 phones have been replaced in US and Korea   The Verge - September 27, 2016
More than 60 percent of defective Galaxy Note 7 smartphones sold in the United States and South Korea have now been returned and exchanged for new models, Samsung has claimed. In other words, 40 percent of the dangerous devices are still in consumer hands, almost four weeks after Samsung issued a global recall on the Note 7. The new figures appear to show a slowdown in the number of successful exchanges in the United States.




Today's Events, Birthdays and Quotes


September 27, 1998

Google Inc.

When is Google's birthday? Search engine celebrates 18th birthday with a doodle
- but there's something wrong   Mirror - September 27, 2016


How to register to vote   Google - September 27, 2016




September 27, 2016

World Tourism Day

Traveling through time and space


Traveling through the Matrix




September 27, 1972

Gwyneth Paltrow

  Gwyneth Paltrow Google Videos

Gwyneth Paltrow is an award winning America
actress, singer, and model. Filmography


Beauty, to me, is about being comfortable in your own skin.
That, or a kick-ass red lipstick.

Gwyneth Paltrow Quotes




September 27, 1974

Victoria Beckham

  Victoria Beckham Google Videos

Victoria Beckham is an award winning English singer-songwriter,
dancer, fashion designer, author, businesswoman, actress and model.
Filmography -- Discography


If I set my mind to something I do it.


Victoria Beckham Quotes




September 27, 1984

Avril Lavigne

  Avril Lavigne Google Videos

Avril Lavigne is an award winning Canadian
singer songwriter and designer.
Discography -- Filmography


Life is like a roller coaster, live it, be happy, enjoy life.

Avril Lavigne Quotes




September 27, 1970

Tamara Taylor

  Tamara Taylor Google Videos

Tamara Taylor is a Canadian
television actress. Filmography


Souls are here on a journey ... connecting from lifetime to lifetime along the way.

Tamara Taylor




September 27, 1982

Lil Wayne

  Lil Wayne Google Videos

Lil Wayne is an award winning American rapper.
Discography -- Filmography


I don't want a broken heart because I'll lose the pieces.

What do you expect to see when the smoke clears?

Lil Wayne Quotes




September 27, 1961

Andy Lau

  Andy Lau Google Videos

Andy Lau is an award winning Hong Kong
Cantopop singer, actor, and producer. Filmography


Before you do anything, you need to know if it's right or wrong.

Andy Lau Quotes




Monday September 26, 2016     6:00 PM ET


Trump Picks Top Climate Skeptic to Lead EPA Transition   Scientific American - September 26, 2016
Donald Trump has selected one of the best-known climate skeptics to lead his U.S. EPA transition team, according to two sources close to the campaign. Myron Ebell, director of the Center for Energy and Environment at the conservative Competitive Enterprise Institute, is spearheading Trump's transition plans for EPA, the sources said. The Trump team has also lined up leaders for its Energy Department and Interior Department teams. Republican energy lobbyist Mike McKenna is heading the DOE team; former Interior Department solicitor David Bernhardt is leading the effort for that agency, according to sources close to the campaign.

Life in ancient oceans enabled by erosion from land   PhysOrg - September 26, 2016
As scientists continue finding evidence for life in the ocean more than 3 billion years ago, those ancient fossils pose a paradox. Organisms, including the single-celled bacteria living in the ocean at that early date, need a steady supply of phosphorus, but it's very hard to account for this phosphorus unless it is eroding from the continents. So that makes it really hard to explain the fossils we see at this early era.

X-rays that don't come from any known source   Science Daily - September 26, 2016
NASA-funded sounding rocket solves one cosmic mystery, reveals another. Space is filled with types of light we can't see -- from infrared signals released by hot stars and galaxies, to the cosmic microwave background. Some of this invisible light that fills space takes the form of X-rays, the source of which has been hotly contended over the past few decades. A new study confirms some ideas about where these X-rays come from, shedding light on our solar neighborhood's early history. But it also reveals a new mystery -- an entire group of X-rays that don't come from any known source.

New finding supports Moon creation hypothesis   PhysOrg - September 26, 2016
A layer of iron and other elements deep underground is the evidence scientists have long been seeking to support the hypothesis that the moon was formed by a planetary object hitting the infant Earth some 4.5 billion years ago, a new study led by Johns Hopkins University scientists argues. A paper uses laboratory simulations of an Earth impact as evidence that a stratified layer beneath the rocky mantle - which appears in seismic data – was created when the Earth was struck by a smaller object. The authors argue this was the same impact that sent a great mass of debris hurtling into space, creating the moon.

Mercury found to be tectonically active   PhysOrg - September 26, 2016
Images acquired by NASA's MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry, and Ranging (MESSENGER) spacecraft show geologic features that indicate Mercury is likely still contracting today, joining Earth as a tectonically active planet in our Solar System. Previously undetected small fault scarps were observed in images collected during the MESSENGER mission's final 18 months in orbit around Mercury, according to a new paper in Nature Geoscience. During these last months of the mission, the spacecraft's altitude was lowered allowing the surface to be imaged at higher resolutions than ever before possible.

Hubble spots possible water plumes erupting on Jupiter's moon Europa   PhysOrg - September 26, 2016
Astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have imaged what may be water vapor plumes erupting off the surface of Jupiter's moon Europa. This finding bolsters other Hubble observations suggesting the icy moon erupts with high-altitude water vapor plumes. The observation increases the possibility that missions to Europa may be able to sample Europa's ocean without having to drill through miles of ice.

Pluto's 'heart' sheds light on possible buried ocean   Science Daily - September 26, 2016
Ever since NASA's New Horizons spacecraft flew by Pluto last year, evidence has been mounting that the dwarf planet may have a liquid ocean beneath its icy shell. Now, by modeling the impact dynamics that created a massive crater on Pluto's surface, a team of researchers has made a new estimate of how thick that liquid layer might be.

  Pluto's 'Heart' Hints at Deep, Underground Ocean   Live Science - September 26, 2016
A new simulation of how Pluto got its "heart" suggests that the dwarf planet most likely has a deep ocean beneath its surface. Scientists have long suspected that Pluto has liquid water hidden underground. When NASA's New Horizons mission first set sail to the outskirts of the solar system, scientists were already planning to investigate whether the dwarf planet harbors water. When New Horizons flew past Pluto in July 2015 and beamed its observations back to Earth, scientists found evidence suggesting that Pluto had water at some point. However, they weren't sure whether Pluto's had an existing ocean, or if it had frozen solid over time.

The 17th-century man who was buried face down   PhysOrg - September 26, 2016
In 2013 archaeologists discovered a cemetery in use as long ago as the early Middle Ages in the Bernese Lakeland region of Switzerland. One of the bodies interred there was buried in an unusual way, and in order to better understand this puzzling situation coins found in the grave have been studied in detail by Empa's x-ray specialists and reconstructed on the computer.

6 Big Mysteries of Alzheimer's Disease   Live Science - September 26, 2016
Despite intensive, worldwide research efforts for more than three decades to better understand Alzheimer's disease, there are still numerous mysteries surrounding the condition. Alzheimer's disease is a slowly progressing brain disorder. In people with the condition, abnormal deposits of a protein called amyloid-beta forms sticky plaques in the brain, and strands of the protein tau twist around, causing tangles that ultimately kill brain cells and cause a loss of memory, thinking and reasoning skills. About 5.4 million Americans currently have Alzheimer's disease, and the number is expected to grow rapidly in the coming years as a larger share of the population ages, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Researchers restore first ever computer music recording   PhysOrg - September 26, 2016
New Zealand researchers said Monday they have restored the first recording of computer-generated music, created in 1951 on a gigantic contraption built by British genius Alan Turing.

Melting Greenland ice threatens to expose Cold War waste   PhysOrg - September 26, 2016
A snow-covered former US army base in Greenland - dubbed "a city under ice" -could leak pollutants into the environment as the climate changes, raising difficult questions over who is responsible for a clean-up.

In Photos: The 2016 Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony   Live Science - September 26, 2016
Accordion harmonies ushered in the 26th First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony on Sept. 22, at Harvard University's historic Sanders Theater. The Ig Nobel awards honor unusual scientific studies that ask and answer peculiar questions about our world. As visitors entered the theater lobby prior to the ceremony, they were greeted by the dulcet tones of a Timely Concert ("Time" was this year's theme), performed by the Boston Squeezebox Ensemble under the direction of Thomas Michel, accordion player and professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School.

  Golfing great Arnold Palmer dead at 87   CNN - September 26, 2016




Today's Events, Birthdays and Quotes


September 26, 1968

Jim Caviezel

  Jim Caviezel Google Videos

Jim Caviezel is an award winning
American film actor. Filmography


It is important for people to see you for who you are not the roles you play.

Jim Caviezel Quotes




September 26, 1981

Serena Williams

  Serena Williams Google Videos

Serena Williams is an American professional tennis player
who is currently ranked No. 1 in women's singles tennis.


I smile a lot, I win a lot, and I'm really sexy.

Serena Williams Quotes




September 26, 1956

Linda Hamilton

  Linda Hamilton Google Videos

Linda Hamilton is an award winning
American actress. Filmography


I think it's important to stand as an advocate for the mentally ill.

Linda Hamilton




September 26, 1948

Olivia Newton-John

  Olivia Newton-John Google Videos

Olivia Newton-John is an English-Australian
award wining singer and actress.
Filmography -- Discography


After I dealt with breast cancer 20 years ago,
I shed an innate fear of dying.

Olivia Newton-John Quotes




September 26, 1981

Christina Milian

  Christina Milian Google Videos

Christina Milian is an award winning American
recording artist, actress, dancer and model.
Discography -- Filmography


I enjoy being happy every day, and hopefully you can
hear my happiness in my music. Life is beautiful.

Christina Milian Quotes




Sunday September 25, 2016     5:30 AM ET


Ellie's World Blogs
Weekly Roundup September 17-24
Autumn 2016 - Sunset Video, Pictures, Text
Peace and Balance: JonBenet Ramsey Murder Case 20 Years Later
Finding out your father is not your father, Out of Body Experience
What is a Soul?
Consciousness: Why Panpsychism Is Probably Wrong
Gamers and Science
Gamers and Science
Scientists confirm the universe has no direction
Pics: Auroras and Rainbows Over Iceland
Pics: Dead Sea Scrolls
Mysterious Branch of Humanity Possibly Discovered
Australians most ancient civilization on Earth, extensive DNA study confirms
The plate that Australia sits on has been moving relatively fast, about 2.7 inches a year
Ring-Shaped Geoglyphs Found Near Ancient Town in Peru
Neanderthals: tools and ornaments
Video: Ancient skeleton discovered on Antikythera Shipwreck
Associating Colors with Letters: Clues to Synesthesia
How the brain separates relevant and irrelevant information
Where did the biggest baddest lighting strike?
Health: Tags on RNA silence X chromosome in females
Health: Alzheimer's stemmed but not stopped
Art Theory and Channeled Art
Some people's DNA remains youthful in old age
Video Explaining Schroedinger's Cat
Horses can communicate with us
Pigeons can learn to distinguish real words from non-words


  How Scientists Read Ancient Scrolls That Can't Be Opened   Epoch Times - September 25, 2016
The Ein Gedi scroll is an artifact dug out of a Jewish synagogue that was destroyed in A.D. 600. It looks like a lump of coal and will probably never be opened, but we now know it contains the beginning of the book of Leviticus - maybe the oldest example in Hebrew outside of the Dead Sea scrolls. We know that because researchers scanned the scroll with a technique called X-ray microtomography - like a medical CT scan, but more powerful. It looks like a medical CT at first, too.

California eyes unusual power source: its gridlocked roads   PhysOrg - September 25, 2016
All those cars on California's famously gridlocked highways could be doing more than just using energy - they could be producing it.

MIT's flea market specializes in rare, obscure electronics   PhysOrg - September 25, 2016
Once a month in the summer, a small parking lot on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's campus transforms into a high-tech flea market known for its outlandish offerings. Tables overflow with antique radio equipment, some of it a century old. Visitors can buy a telescope that's the size of a cannon. One man has hauled in a NASA space capsule he owns.

Indonesia struggles to tap volcano power   PhysOrg - September 25, 2016
Columns of steam shoot from the ground at an Indonesian power plant sitting in the shadow of an active volcano, as energy is tapped from the red-hot underbelly of the archipelago.




Today's Events, Birthdays and Quotes


September 25, 1968

Will Smith

  Will Smith Google Videos

Will Smith, Jr. is an award winning American
actor, film producer and rapper. Filmography


I don't know what my calling is, but I want to be here for a bigger reason.
I strive to be like the greatest people who have ever lived.


Will Smith Quotes




September 25, 1983

Donald Glover

  Donald Glover Google Videos

Donald Glover is an award winning American
rapper, actor, writer, comedian, and producer.
Discography -- Filmography


I was lucky enough to figure out early on that I wanted
to do comedy, so that's what I put all my effort into.

Donald Glover Quotes




September 25, 1944

Michael Douglas

  Michael Douglas Google Videos

Michael Kirk Douglas is an award winning
American actor and producer.Filmography


When you're making pictures out of heartfelt passion,
it hurts when someone calls them a calculated business move.


Michael Douglas Quotes




September 25, 1969

Catherine Zeta-Jones

  Catherine Zeta-Jones Google Videos

Catherine Zeta-Jones is an award
winning Welsh actress. Filmography


When life seems out of control and you
can't make a decision, get professional help.

It turned my life around.

Catherine Zeta-Jones Quotes




September 25, 1951

Mark Hamill

  Mark Hamill Google Videos

Mark Hamill is an award winning American
actor, producer, director, and writer. Filmography


The force is an energy field created by all living things, it surrounds us,
it penetrates us, it binds the galaxy together.

Obi-Wan to Luke (Mark Hamill)

Mark Hamill Quotes




September 25, 1977

Joel Moore

  Joel Moore Google Videos

Joel Moore is an award winning
American actor. Filmography


Visualization is daydreaming with a purpose.

Joel Moore




September 25, 1961

Heather Locklear

  Heather Locklear Google Videos

Heather Locklear is an award winning
American actress. Filmography


Sometimes negatives turn into positives, so never give up.

Heather Locklear Quotes