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5 years after the Ebola outbreak, the world is in a rage
I briefly discuss how we are destroying our planet and ultimately ourselves by various means.
This is a short writing about the con's of having camera's in the urine collection area to watch patients via video surveillance while collecting a urine specimen. I discuss the negative outcomes, the effects on moral of the patient populous and the possible legal ramifications due to 4th...
Some thoughts into this thing we call Life. How everything is related and we are the last to know.
This was all written on Twitter in February 2014, so you have to read it from the bottom up - just like a good drink of brandy!
The chilling tale of a person wracked with guilt from the things they have done. (I am not so good at summaries D=)
By Alena Adams
Thoughts on universal energy, human energy, human biofield, time, our connection to the Universe and God.
This is a story about the lives of bacteria.It is fun to read.
This story is a mixture of science,technology,love,fun and lots more.It will be a nice reading experience if you spare a bit of time to read this cute story about the world of bacteria.
Set in a post apocalyptic world, where the remaining survivors have rebuilt their cities. These rebuilt cities are called "Saints." However there is nothing holy about these places. They are few and far between, and are ravished by war, poverty, and crime. There is no government, no law, no...
By Eric Shapiro
A rather morbid poem in which the speaker decides to eat his dead lover.
I wrote this in an English course and that explains its shortness. Its a futuristic personal narrative that depicts a time in 10 years where the entire American population is destroyed because of a bacteria. Thus the title. I'm bad at summaries, sorry.
Short Story | Updated Jul 10, 2009 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Joseph Parazoo
The bacteria that causes "strep throat" - a bacteria called "msra" - can cause necrotising fasciitis - layman terms - flesh eating bacteria.
This book was inspired by true events -
By P Doobody
A brilliant phycisist once said that humans are pretty insignificant in the universe, like scum on in the grand scheme of things. This is my quick take on this.
Poetry | Updated Nov 29, 2006 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 4