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Spotting Storm Clouds

A cool breeze sweeps through the summer air after a warm day, stirring the trees and playing with my hair as I watch the distant sky turn that beautiful deep blue color the sky always becomes right before it rains.   475 more words

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I'm Back!

After a lengthy hiatus, I have decided to return!

I have been very busy working as a lab technician and taking on some new duties, but I want to get back to writing about the interesting things I have seen over the past year or so. 115 more words

A Powerful Glass of Water

Rick and Sally learned a trick in science class when they were in High School. If you say, “you’re going to die to a droplet of water and then freeze the water droplet it will freeze in a grotesque mannerism. 1,048 more words

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Automation is the Joker in the market deck

http://www.americanthinker.com/2014/07/automation_the_joker_in_the_deck.html

The Socialist Student body that votes in these policies will be the first to suffer. And since most occupational power is made in the 20-35 bracket, they will suffer the rest of their lives for that folly. 21 more words

Possible treatment and Prevention for Parkinson’s

Parkinson’s disease affects neurons in a particular brain region, when it develops brain cells have their mitochondrial activity cease and then the cells die. But now researchers have shown that supplying D-lactate or glycolate can stop and even counteract this process, a huge step forward to finding a cure or even a way to prevent parkinson’s.

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Random Thoughts on Patriarchy, Gender, and World Views

Recently, at another online forum where I participate, a woman named Paula mentioned how other people’s perception of her changed as she went from self-identifying as a cross dresser to identifying as transgender then transitioning to live as a woman full time. 569 more words

Transgender