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The Permian Extinction event, beginning approximately two-hundred-and-fifty million years ago and responsible for a global special loss bordering on total, is aptly referred to today as the "Great Dying". It comes as some surprise to up-and-coming star of the Anthropology world, Every Daniels, that it is he who is tasked… Read More
Biology titles introduce ideas that we will investigate further in future texts. Your reader can bring their knowledge of plants and animals to the book, and put this understanding in the context of concepts like the biosphere, evolution, and pollution. I hope that these books allow them to apply their… Read More
Very loosely based on a true event Read More
On Saturn's moon Titan, a husband and wife team of exo-biologists attempt to study the migratory habits of extraterrestrial eels until something unexpected happens. Read More

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In this essay I try to dismantle the "logic" behind homophobia, from a survivalist point of view (my own deffinition of survivalism, the biological sense, not the paranoid group of people who are constantly preparing for disasters). Its contents may serve as armament for the knight against homophobia, as simple… Read More
Using several sources of information from the media on a specific mental illness or on mental illness in general. I discuss depression and its many factors. The difficulty in labeling. And how does the biology of the human body of the male and female sex play an extremely important role. Read More
A GIRL AND BOY AFTER BIOLOGY CLASS IN 1962 AND A PROMISE OF A KISS Read More

Book / Fantasy

January 23, 2015

Reads: 408

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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A young vampire, William gets enrolled into a school that trains students to kill vampires. He ends up liking the school, but what happens when his identity is uncovered? Read More
///AFRIKAANS/// A poem inspired by the absolute struggles of cell biology and how terribly boring it is. Read More
This is all that is going on in my soul. That's all the knowledge that comes out from me and that's everything i can do for the world. I don't want to be special. I just want to play my game of The Sims real life fair and square, but… Read More
A BOY AND GIRL AFTER BIOLOGY CLASS IN 1962. Read More
One of three parts short story about who we really our! Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 09, 2014

Reads: 153

Comments: 1

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This rather simple poem expresses my misgivings about the widespread application of the concept of the "rhizome", as popularized by Deleuze and Guattari. Read More

Poem / Fantasy

January 20, 2014

A.I What is the difference between A.I and Humans? Read More

Reads: 168

Comments: 2

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Wrote this in High-school. Literature teacher took the class outside, had us sit and look at everything around us, then told us we had __ amount of minutes to come up with a poem using the first thing that came to mind. The poem has multiple meaning, comparing humans to… Read More
Zombie Story, Appocalpytic horror, I will expand my summary when I have got more time. Read More

Poem / Other

January 24, 2013

Reads: 110

Comments: 2

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A short poem about the human brain, and what it can do. Read More
If you're wondering what kind of nerd would take the lyrics of a popular Disney song and replace the words to make the song about cellular respiration, it would be the nerdhood to which I belong. This is what happened when I got bored with making a notecard for a… Read More
This is my first writing ive ever done that i chose to publish, theres no rough drafts or anything it is the original copy. i only used grammar editing and basic revising. please read it. i think it has very good reason and is possibly the key to tranquility. Read More

Book / Travel

October 05, 2012

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Comments: 1

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In the summer of 1980, a maverick young doctor gave it all up, to hitchhike around the world. The first part of his odyssey took him through South America and up through Africa, accompanied by his mythical hunter companion, Orion. His vision quest continued around the second cartwheel of the… Read More
In the summer of 1980, a maverick young doctor gave it all up, to hitchhike around the world. The first part of his odyssey took him through South America and up through Africa, accompanied by his mythical hunter companion, Orion. Between the Cartwheels is the sequel to that cartwheel, his… Read More

Book / Travel

September 01, 2012

In the summer of 1980, a maverick young doctor gave it all up, to hitchhike around the world. The first arc he carved with his thumb stopped a little red pickup that took him over the horizon. Like his mythical hunter companion, Orion, he was on a vision quest, propelled… Read More

Book / Memoir

September 01, 2012

Reads: 497

Comments: 2

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Twenty-five years ago they bought a homestead, in the middle of Vancouver Island, on the water’s edge. There are still reflections off the small lake at the foot of Mount Benson- of gardens and vineyards and woodland encounters. Westwood Lake Chronicles is a dreamscape diary, a backyard inventory of life… Read More
This is a short article about how humans could extend what they see by exploring their minds. Read More
Imagine if electricity had never been invented, and instead of harnessing metals to do our work, we harness cells. What if cables of nervous cells connected us, instead of cables of wire? And what if, after the entire world has begun using this new technology, a virus kills off these… Read More
The amniotic egg has given birth to reptiles, dinosaurs, and birds. The bloodline from dinosaurs to birds is evidenced by shared anatomy and physiological traits discovered by scientists in multiple fields. Birds are classified as dinosaurs using cladistics which is the system used in evolutionary biology. Fossils have been found… Read More
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