What is the connection between religion and art?
By: Spektical-face
I believe religion and art to be one and the same. They run parallel to one another. What is art? It is one of those questions that seems to have infinite answers. Art does not exist without human input. Art is not the sculpture on...
By: John Traveler
Of all the facets of human anatomy, the endocrine system might well be the most fascinating and obscure from cognitive notice. And yet, there is no bodily function, no bio molecular manifestation, not even an instance of thoughtful sagacious endeavor, not a feeling, not an...
By: Elton Gahr
People like to believe they are in complete control of their thoughts and feelings, and the idea of hormones can in some way undermine that. The truth though, is that hormones have major effects on almost everything that humans do and feel. This leads to...
By: Oliver Gray
With more people on this planet the demand for water will grow. Unlike food there is a clear limit to the amount of water, but it is unevenly distributed - Scotland receives far too much for the amount of people living in the country...
Intelligence
By: Christyl Rivers
Intelligence is that which nature has and humans seek. This may be the only article about intelligence from that viewpoint. But until humans can create a Universe, spin galaxies into the building blocks of life, evolve with what may be infinite time to create worlds...
The necessity of unions: Understanding labor history in light of globalization
By: Gary Wonning
Are Unions Necessary? In the United States, there has always been a love-hate relationship with labor unions. There is no doubt that many people who owe a debt of gratitude to the unions because of the elevated standard of living that has been afforded to...
Population growth and the problems it poses
By: Robert Daniel Smith II
The United Nations estimates that the world population could rise to as high as 10.6 billion people by 2050. As the planet’s population grows, demographers worry that it could outstrip its carrying capacity. A large population puts strain on the earth and its...
Population growth and the problems it poses
By: Johnnie D Williams
With the population of the world expected to grow to between 7.5 billion and 10 billion by 2050, according to the Department of Population and Social Affairs, the world faces a massive surge of its demographics. The current population stands at approximately 6.7...
How to make the most of personal development
By: Sue Alexander-Barnes
What is personal development? Personal development is a broad term which is often used to describe a specific programme of self improvement in the context of career or financial success, or in other areas such as health or relationships. A familiar example would be the...
By: Kathy Heasarlen
There are many different factors that influence reactions to stress. Are you the type of person who panics in a stressful situation, or do you handle it calmly? Are you calling 911 when all the person needs is a band-aid? Can you be left in...

 

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