Month: February 2018

ENTERING A NEW TOPIC: THE MONTH OF MARCH

“A month for Culture.” March Welcome everyone, tomorrow will be the month of March. A month that I am dedicating to culture. Yes, culture will be the topic for the month of March. Focusing on the mind and science has been a deep two…

HOW THEY SEE US: ANIMALS VIEWS OF PEOPLE

“Through their eyes.” mammalia I have always wondered how do animals see us when they look into our eyes. Do they instantly see a threat, or do they learn that as time progress. Because certain animals it is pure nature and others it can…

CEREBRAL REACH: WHAT IT TAKES TO HARNESS 100 PERCENT OF THE HUMAN MIND

“Think about all the possibilities.” the brain The human brain is a very interesting and very complex organ in the human body. For the longest there has been a myth that humans only use 10% of our human brains. But that is such a…

ENDING THE MONTH: WHAT WILL BE FOR NEXT MONTH’S TOPICS?

“What will be for next month?” this month So everyone who reads my blog, I am writing this to let you know that I am rounding out the month of February. This month was dedicated to the science field. I have analyzed various forms…

BRANCHES OF SCIENCE AND THEIR IMPORTANCE

“The many uses of science.” Science! Science! Science! Science is such an ambiguous term, but it is the entire systematic testing through the use of explanations and predictions to figure out our universe. Now what in the world does that mean; simply put we…

PERSONAL PLANT GROWTH: HOW DOES ONE APPROACH THIS SITUATION

“How to feed self.” self sustaining I have written in previous articles regarding horticulture and growing your own crop. Even recently I wrote about the GMO’s that are in our food. But what is the science behind planting your own crop in your backyard…

HUMAN ARRIVAL: HOW DID WE AS PEOPLE COME TO BE

“From the past into the present.” the beginning The scientific theory is that man started to evolve some 315,000 years in the continent of Africa. And from that point ventured out into the world coming in contact with all types of obstacles along the…