By: Elizabeth M Young
The Gulf, or BP, oil spill has consequences that are obvious and immediate and it has consequences that are very hard to relate to the spill. There will be future consequences that will reverberate throughout the world for as far as we can look into...
By: Tamara Haddock
A criminal is a person who has either done something illegally or was convicted of a crime. While this brings to mind large dirty sweaty men in cramped jails. In reality your average criminal is a lot less threatening. There are different types of criminals...
Human sexuality
By: Ravindra Ranasinha
Sexual desire is the energy that any human being acquires with the birth. It is the instinctive propelling of any being to procreate and therefore amounts to be the primary emotion that governs the body of humans as well as animals. However, the only difference...
Archaeology and Indiana Jones
By: Dale Charleston
ITS JUST ENTERTAINMENT! The Indiana Jones character and of course the four movies are all pure fiction that has placed the Jones character into some heated, hostile and dangerous situations where the life of himself and his companions are often balancing on a metaphorical tightrope...
By: Paul Schingle
While seeming to be a contradiction in terms, people who display passive-agressive tendencies can be downright dangerous. Now, before going too far, it's important to note that everyone, at one time or another, displays moments of passive-aggressiveness. This is true of almost any negative personality...
By: Patrick Stephen Baker
Let us be clear: There is no archaeological evidence for the existence of any place called Atlantis. There is no city remains, no walls, not even a potshard that has anything to do with the mythical Atlantis. The sole and primary source for the legend...
The physical, mental, emotional, and behavioral effects of stress
By: Christyl Rivers
Out stress is more complicated than other animals, and its side effects are not cautiously considered. In effect, we do not listen to the wise counsel of our own bodies, because our analytical brain allows our thoughts to often sublimate warnings. We slip into denial...
By: Ravindra Ranasinha
Tension as many consider is a sickness that requires medication. However, human life does not exist without tension and it is the gravitational process that runs through the human mind till death. Tension pulls man to one thing and then pulls to another direction at...
By: Patrick Stephen Baker
Neanderthals lived in Ice Age Europe between 350,000 and 30,000 years ago. Neanderthals are considered a sub-species of humans and called Homo sapiens neanderthalensis and now that we know that modern humans share about 4% of our DNA with Neanderthals the the sub...
Depression: Is society taking the wrong approach?
By: Christyl Rivers
Depression: Is society taking the wrong approach? What about another way, more hugs, less drugs? Yes, we’ve been taking the wrong approach. Assessment of depression is based on intake models that were developed long before there were hundreds of drugs prescribed. Pharmaceutical corporations are...

 

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