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'Escape' is a heavy word.

The whole of life is perhaps an act of escaping, escaping into cheerful moments, escaping from miserable moments. Escaping from abusive relationships to escaping into gleeful relationships. 46 more words


Significance, Influence, & Leadership

It has been said that leadership is influence. This is so true, and I was reminded of this today. I had the honor of being part of a book launch and signing at one of our local Barnes and Noble stores today for author, … 1,318 more words


It seems like a perfect plot for a drama fuelled movie: a young, pretty and audaciously smart woman drops out of university to “revolutionise” an existing industry with the encouragement of her old supervisor (punch line “ 918 more words


Review of Matthew Mather's Nomad Series

Matthew Mather, author of the best-selling techno-thriller Cyberstorm, has recently released the Nomad series with the first book of the series, Nomad, released last summer and the newest addition, … 9 more words

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For the Love of Pandas

Next week, on August 22nd, a very special little guy named Bei Bei will have his first birthday. Bei Bei is a giant panda, Ailuropoda melanoleuca… 841 more words


Recently, Katie Mack, an astrophysicist, was “called out” on twitter by  what I can only guess as a science-illiterate person. Mack tweeted that she finds climate change to be a scary scenario that we clearly underestimate the power of.   159 more words


Failure Of Turkish Students in Science Lesson

The vision of Turkish science education’s curriculum is defined as “to train all the students as scientifically literate individuals” (2013). In the Curriculum of Elementary Science Education (2013), it is stated that “scientifically literate individuals have basic knowledge about physical sciences that are Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental sciences, Health and Natural disasters and have science process skills about discovering natural environment”. 183 more words