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My personal views on science, technology and research Read More
An article about creative wholeness. And the relative lack of such wholeness in my earlier writing efforts. Leading to a presentation of my new creative process and future work. Read More
dr koch is appointed for the project and disappears while on his mission. now, everything needs to be investigated, but further investigation only creates questions... Read More

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This is just an observation on my part. Read More
A nurse loosing a friend to suicide...seeking JUSTICE! Read More

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Writing novels opens wide the doors of perception. Read More
It is the themed hotels and casinos that have transformed Las Vegas from the two dimensional 1970s 'Sin City' urban landscapes to its current incarnation that embraces and celebrates various forms of hyper-reality. Read More
REFLECTION Seminar on Education-Research-Industry Nexus: Advances and Techniques In the 21st Century CSU Conference Hall, Ampayon, Butuan City May 6-7, 2017 By: Hazel R. Balan – Student, Ph.D. in Science Education-Biology The two-day Seminar on Education-Research-Industry Nexus: Advances and Techniques In the 21st Century was sponsored by the Graduate School… Read More

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An abridged history of Japan. Enjoy. Read More
Christopher Marlowe wrote Edward The Second in 1590..comprises the background information on the Elizabethan Age and the Concept of Tragedy - "Our lady's first love is not wavering; My life for thine, she will have Gaveston." Read More

Essay / Non-Fiction

February 14, 2017

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A research paper discussing the importance of the brain. Read More

Tags: brain, research

My Paper on Prostitution in Nevada. Read More

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Just because we don't agree it doesn't mean that either of us is wrong. Read More
The usual suspects: Racial Profiling against Canadian minorities Read More
An essay on the expansion of Christianity. Read More
A knife rests in the pockets of a bloodthirsty man bent to make his mark on history. But he already had two hundred years ago. Area 51 figures out a way to predict upcoming criminals through research of past ones such as Jesse James, Al Capone, and Jack the Ripper.… Read More
BUILDING A BRIDGE TO WHICH BOTH MILLENNIALS AND BABY BOOMERS CAN OPERATE Read More
"The destructive effects of jealousy underlie the drama of Shakespeare's first mature tragedy. OTHELLO, a man of quality and superior intelligence, is brought down by his suspicions of his wife, the lovely Desdemona" Read More
In the mid-eighties, snow-thrower manufacturing firm Toro, launched a promotion where purchasers of snow blower could refund a part of their purchase in the event that the next winter was characterized by modest snowfalls. The amount of money that was refunded was related to the amounts of snowfall thus putting… Read More

Script / Non-Fiction

January 25, 2015

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Timeline. Saudi Arabia. Read More
Finding knowledge about my ancestors. Read More
A new topic out of Box just reflect in this essay for every mind. Hope you take part in this priceless note. :) Read More
Steve White is an author struggling to get published until he meets the mysterious Mr Devlin, and his life changes forever. Read More
This is some opinion and insight I have in mind, with all concerns of getting an MA in Literature despite of having a different degree. Read More
Respecting all views and criticisms on regard to the drama, I have given a way on The Merchant, of Venice that personally I have analysed through- Read More
She wakes up, unable to move, with blinding lights shining on her. A scalpel appears; she screams. What'll happen next? Read More
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