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The purpose of the thesis is to consider the topic of legal regulation of the social protection system, the concept of social protection, its types and tasks, as well as methods and principles of legal regulation of social protection. Read More

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A detailed account of my experience dealing with infertility. Read More

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This is republished edit of a discontinued short-story I wrote back in March 2005. I originally wrote it as a series of chapters and distributed the content in a child-oriented forum which catered to a small community that I left in 2006. I think it's the longest short story I've… Read More
This is a short-story revolving around three main characters; the Doctor, his pet robot, and a villain who tries to take over his lab (and eventually the world). I originally wrote this story as a series of small chapters in July 2004 when I was ten and distributed said content… Read More
This is a short-story revolving around three main characters; the Doctor, his pet robot, and a villain who tries to take over his lab (and eventually the world). I originally wrote this story as a series of small chapters in July 2004 when I was ten and distributed said content… Read More
Love survives evern across space and time. Read More
This is short story, maybe even a humour piece exploring humour. Read More

Essay / Romance

September 07, 2017

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What the hell's going on? Read More

Tags: politics, science

Book / Science Fiction

September 01, 2017

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The Redoak Vanishing was an event that shook a generation. Townspeople are going missing, mysterious witch-doctors have arrived to observe us. It is the solemn duty of a trio who against all odds must meet the cannibals head on and put an end to the vanishing forever, but a dark… Read More
A book about all of the elements that start with the letter H Read More

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It's hard to be an atheist with so much evidence around pointing a Master Designer Read More

Tags: god, science

Essay / Humor

August 17, 2017

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sometimes we pretend to know everything, even those well-known persons who are sitting with great power. but that is not true at all.....!! Read More
A regaling two thousand word tale about a future where robots want to exterminate human masters, the brave scientists struggle to avert holocaust and troubling questions about why it came to pass. Inspired by Robot Carnival anime. Uncovered amongst action and human misery, a profound examination of mankind. Read More

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About a computer A.I. that tries to launch nuclear missiles and scientists trying to stop their own creation. The computer is virtual reality where a person's mind is transferred to and enables a person to battle the computer inside the cyberworld. Able take any form and shatter laws of physics.… Read More

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I've been encouraged by a friend to share this. This is my first attempt at writing a book, and I am still learning, but I write for creative purposes when I have time, so I hope you enjoy. This is a huge work in progress and I will update it… Read More
When a top scientist blinded by his successful career and plenty of riches understands the true meaning of life. Read through the story to discover the revelation has brought in his life. Read More
When a top scientist blinded by his successful career and plenty of riches understands the true meaning of life. Read through the story to discover the changes the revelation had brought in his life Read More
The contemporary philosophy of science (epistemology) featuring K.Popper, T.Kuhn, I.Lakatos, P.Feyerabend, Hanson among others, has exercised a decisive critique to the dominant views of the positivist and neo-positivist model of knowledge and has in fact undermined its credibility. Read More

Book / Other

June 30, 2017

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The essays on this book are the notes from the e – learning courses that were given by the thinker Alexis Karpouzos during the winter of 2014. Students studying in London, Amsterdam, Berlin and Paris took part in the courses, which were held by the educational and cultural center “Think… Read More

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This is poem about the horrors of Ebola. Read More

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The following short stories are about the odd types of heroes. Heroes come usually in glorified forms and invoke enthusiasm from the admirers. But in reality those heroes we relate to might be far from having a happy ending or a noble purpose. They come closer to resemble war donkeys.… Read More

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i mapped the 6th dimension. Read More

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I am taking a course on futurelearn. This is my first assignment to write about my fsavorite robot Read More

Book / Literary Fiction

May 17, 2017

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A coming of age story in a world of horror. This is the first chapter/prologue and I'll probably even add more to this. The story happens years after the last paragraph, and follows Eighal's disciples. Read More

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As I walk down the stairs, I start to remember the promise I kept making. “I did the best a 60 year old Schizophrenic could do, Edith…” Read More

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when holograms take control of the world, what will happen to the humans, and how will they fight back. Read More

Tags: space, science

Reads: 87

Comments: 7

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I shouldn't be writing this. The organisation I work for is very conscious about security. And rightly so, when you consider that we control the weather. Security is so tight that I don't know who runs WeatherCorp. I was head-hunted online by them through an anonymous encrypted email. They had… Read More
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