Will Written Text Survive as a Communication Medium
By: Basel Varsally
The written word has been used since it was first shaped in clay tablets 6,000 years ago. Written text will certainly survive as a communication medium because we use it to the extent that it would mean sometimes life or death.I believe forgetting...
Debate between Nature and Nurture
By: Kaitlin Michelle
Nature is something we are born with, its in our genes and they are passed along from our parents to us. Nurture is everything we are exposed to (our environment), and everything that we learn growing up; it has nothing to do with genes. Nurture...
Why man has ceased listening to nature
By: Christyl Rivers
People are of course utterly dependent upon air, water, food and shelter so are still connected to nature, although the relationship is now less appreciated and more exploitative. People no longer live, breathe and experience sources of food, water, air and even how they make...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The oldest living plant is the Bristlecone Pine in the White Mountains of California. It is a historical figure. What has it done? It has lived for over 4,700 years. That is all. It has lived for longer than any plant that we know...
By: Jerome Carter
Today the country of Bolivia, in South America, is landlocked. This was not always the case. Before 1879 the Pacific coast province of Antofagasta was part of Bolivia. As a result of the War of the Pacific (1879-1883), however, Bolivia lost Antofagasta to Chile and...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The mall offers three basics of being a safe place to interact socially: There are people around. That means that there are witnesses around. Excessive drinking of alcohol or drug use is prohibited. Otherwise, the mall offers a bright, clean, beautiful place to get away...
By: Elizabeth M Young
A sacred trust. A sacred cow. A sacred agreement. The word "sacred" has been used to describe everything from the last hundred dollars in a savings account to a prized pair of sewing scissors that no one else is supposed to touch. The Japanese crown...
By: Asher Isbrucker
Six Degrees of Seperation is a phenomena discovered in the 1960's, based on the belief that any one person in the world can be connected to any other person in the world (excluding third world countries) in six degrees of seperation or less. This...
By: Stephen Roberts
Written by two friends, one an economist and the other a writer and journalist, Freakonomics is a study of diverse economic scenarios, rarely looked at by traditional economists. The tag line for this book is "A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side Of Everything". Our...
By: M. Frederick Voorhees
Instead of answering this question, I'm going to tell you why it's a stupid one. There is no such thing as a universal intelligence that exists across all societies. Many people think of IQ (which stands for "intelligence quotient") as the best way to measure...

 

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