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A recently opened 4,400 year old tomb, buried 16 feet beneath the sands, west of Cairo, leads to the discovery of an unusual artifact wrapped within the folds of a m Egyptian mummy. When subjected to daylight it starts to hum. Researchers are able to unravel its purpose, which is… Read More
I am from France, however, I am a University student studying International Hotel Management in Bangkok, Thailand. I am graduating really soon, I was really interested in the cruise ship industry which brought me to write this really interesting research paper. it is divided into three main points. Read More

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MOTHER EARTH IS WEEPING Look to the sky, see the dying trees. The ocean’s all polluted, from oil refineries. Can you tell by the sky’s color, if it’s day or night? What happened to the bees? They’ve gone from sight. Mother earth is weeping When… Read More

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"A thought provoking and very poignant message indeed. crafted expertly." Read More

When I originally wrote this in high school, I tried to be clever with the title so no one would figure out I was addressing global warming and the arguments that tend to spring up around the subject. This isn't a work of activism; it's the only poem I've… Read More
What is natural and unnatural due to human existence. Read More
Has human harmed the Earth or made it a better place? Read More
Jonathan never thought that he would meet Samantha the love of his dreams by this unexpected way this story goes through emotional situations and investigations, can Jonathan's scar be the reason that they fell for each other? how did he get this so special scar? please read, like and comment… Read More
A satyr from the future, Forsooth may not be as perfect as it may originally seem. Read More
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