People and Society

Arts,  Culture, History…… it’s all about things that makes us tick and things that bring us together as a greater whole

The Genomic Revolution

In 1988, the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Institutes of Health coordinated the Human Genome Project.   The goals were to identify all the genes in human DNA, sequence the 3 billion chemical base pairs, and store that information in databases. It...

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Failing Better: Evolving Through Honesty

In times of serious need, the global community has always been one to rally the planet and give aid to those ravaged by poverty, natural disaster and lack of infrastructure.   We often see the photos of African children reaping the benefits of this aid: crystal...

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Introduction to Organic Gardening

Organic gardening is quickly becoming popular in the gardening world, and rightly so, as organic gardening is helpful not only for the food you ingest but also for the environment. Organic gardening deals specifically with the type of gardening that is all natural and...

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Medicine for the 99%

The public outcry concerning the disparity of the very rich to the rest of the population has coined the term "the 99%." They are the folks who do not control the wealth in the United States. They are the disappearing middle class, the working class, the working poor...

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Green Communities and New Urbanism

New Terms for Old Fashioned Neighborhoods Back in the day, neighbors sat on their front porches, and got to know each other. When they needed something, they would walk a short way to the corner store. Communities were built around a central gathering area, where...

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