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Life - Our Special Earth

This is the continuation of the first part. I will now present some facts about how the environment was created for life to exist on Earth. 586 more words

Life

Too much attention can be a deficit

Sometimes being too focused on a task is not a good thing. During tasks that require our attention, we might become so engrossed in what we are doing that we fail to notice there is a better way to get the job done. 725 more words

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Is Your Memory Shaky? Might Not Be Your Age, But All That Sugar Ruining Your Liver

A quarter of the U.S. population suffers from non-alcoholic fatty liver disease caused by dietary sugar.

By Ari LeVaux / AlterNet

We know foods like donuts and soda can make you fat, but the effects of sugar on the liver and brain are less well-known. 499 more words

Visions

Recommended link: why the Guardian is putting threat to Earth front and centre

I have embarked on sequences of new posts which examine a number of ideas from books I have recently read. These ideas relate to where our society is heading and what we as individuals might be able to do about that. 506 more words

Civilisation Building

Where next for the science fiction short stories?

I recently completed writing the last of my Solar System Planets short story. It like the last but one short story is doing the submission rounds. 353 more words

Science Fiction

Research and Revelations

About a dream that I had around the time I was 8. I remember everything to this day but could not control my body or what I was saying to my parents. 143 more words

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