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Mushroom Monday - Mushroom Photography on Vacation in the Pacific Northwest

19 Sep 2022 2 minute read 0 comments tych0_21

Happy Mushroom Monday! Today, I'd like to share some photos of fungi found while on vacation in the Olympic Peninsula of Washington, USA. I had the chance to visit the Olympic Peninsula in the beautiful state of Washington just over a week ago to se...

Natural mysteries connecting Physics with Biology

17 Sep 2022 2 minute read 1 comment Bala

We all know that Albert Einstein is one of the greatest minds that ever lived in this world. His contribution to physics or science, in general, is astonishing. I recently read an article that inspired me to write this one. In one of the letters Eins...

Fungi Friday - A Bright Start to the Autumn Foraging Season

16 Sep 2022 2 minute read 0 comments tych0_21

Happy Fungi Friday! It's already been an eventful fall foraging season here in the woods of western Michigan, USA. Despite not being able to get out into the woods nearly as much as I would have hoped to be able to over the last week, I have already...

This is what depression is made of! - The biological underpinnings of depression

8 Sep 2022 5 minute read 0 comments StopCodon

It is world suicide prevention week. And one of the major risk factors for suicide is depression. There I decided that as my first post on the platform I will share my article on depression.  The biological underpinnings of depressionSketched by me|...

Battle of the Gods: Moral Conflict in America (Part 2)

8 Sep 2022 53 minute read 0 comments MatTehCat

Part IV: The Cause of Human Behavioral and Moral Variation and its Consequences We come to the fourth part of this paper. The last section dealt primarily with the emergence of morality as a function of our species’ evolutionary history; in particula...

The Battle of the Gods: Moral Conflict in America (Part 1)

8 Sep 2022 57 minute read 0 comments MatTehCat

Abstract:    In this paper, I explore the neuroscientific, evolutionary, developmental, and social roots of moral conflict in the United States. I begin by exploring how moral systems are inherently derived from intuitions, and their explanations are...

The importance of reading - Instructions

4 Sep 2022 2 minute read 0 comments Alther

In my beloved country Indonesia, from an early age, we were introduced to the phrase "Reading is like opening a window to the world". What that means is how important reading culture is to open up existing knowledge. In addition, it can also get used...

Learning by googling

3 Sep 2022 3 minute read 0 comments Alther

Study with google is this a mistake? I don't think so if we study it based on knowledge and are willing to accept every side of the view and understanding that can be digested properly and correctly. The power of technology is so great along with the...

Fungi Friday - More Summer Fungi From Michigan, USA

2 Sep 2022 3 minute read 2 comments tych0_21

Happy Fungi Friday everyone! I'm back again with more fascinating fungi from western Michigan, USA. Today, I have a diverse collection of mushrooms, some edible, some poisonous, and plenty of others vibrant and ephemeral, posing on the forest floor w...

True Tales of Medical Horror: Iatrogenic Syphilis Before Tuskegee

30 Aug 2022 9 minute read 7 comments MarvinScottMarvin

Vocabulary word of the day: iatrogenic; adjective : (of a disease or problem) caused by medical treatment or a doctor. Buckle up, Moonbats, it's about to get historically shameful in here! You may have heard or read something about the infamous Tuske...