11 Things We Didn’t Know Last Week

News, discoveries and … fun 1. Long dismissed as a separate species of dinosaur, the Brontosaurus (Thunder Lizard) is enjoying a comeback among scientists. (Learn more at Scientific American) 2. A 100-year-old Japanese woman can swim 1,500 meters in record time. (Learn more at Washington Post) 3. Middle-aged night owls have a much higher risk for diabetes and some other health problems than early-risers. (Learn more at AARP) Get discounts on airfare, car rentals, hotels and more with your AARP …

7 Unsolved Mysteries Boomers Can’t Forget

The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has become an obsession for cable TV news and spawned a slew of increasingly outlandish conspiracy theories on the Internet, including suggestions that it was hijacked by North Korean agents or accidentally destroyed by a secret military weapon test. The puzzlement has a familiar feel to baby boomers. We’ve grown up in an age full of uncertainties, ambiguities and unanswered conundrums – some serious (unexplained questions about the JFK assassination) and others not so …

11 Things We Didn’t Know Last Week – Thanksgiving Edition

News, discoveries and fun … 1. Millennials are about twice as likely to believe in aliens as boomers (27 percent vs. 14 percent). (Learn more at AARP) 2. Connecticut twins who never married and lived modestly in their parents’  home revealed a multi-million dollar secret when they died. (Learn more at AARP) 3. Men’s noses are bigger than women’s. (Learn more at Discovery) 4. The U.S. Postal Service has begun Sunday deliveries in New York and Los Angeles. (Learn more at Yahoo) 5. Vancouver outlawed doorknobs. (Learn …