David DeMar Articles 484
David has a Master of Arts in English Literature from the State University of New York at New Paltz, where he specialized in the Anglo-Saxon period prior to the Norman invasion of 1066. A professional freelance writer and fiction author, he currently lives in the Adirondack State Park with his wife and daughter. David’s favorite historical period is 10th century England.
Just a scant 12 miles north of San Francisco and nestled in a stand of coastal redwood trees is Tree 76. The tallest tree in the entire Muir Woods National Park, Tree 76 stands at nearly 250... Read more
A paleontologist from Stony Brook University in New York says that, contrary to popular belief and even in the face of a detailed 2014 study that says otherwise, dinosaurs had metabolic rate... Read more
A startling archaeological find in southern Russia has revealed proof that the ancient Scythians, a nomadic race that ruled the region some 2,400 years in the past, smoked a concoction of ca... Read more
Not all fossil discoveries are the result of exhaustive paleontology digs out in the deserted regions of the globe. In fact, there are many instances where fossilised remains of long-extinct... Read more