Category Archives: Biology

Getting Ahead Of ADHD

Getting Ahead of ADHD: What The Next Generation of Science Says About Treatments That Work and How You Can Make Them Work For Your Child  By Joel T Nigg, PhD 2017 ADD and ADHD are caused by both Genetics and … Continue reading

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Silent Spring

Silent Spring Rachel Carson, 1962 Silent Spring begins with a “fable for tomorrow” – a true story using a composite of examples drawn from many real communities where the use of DDT had caused damage to wildlife, birds, bees, agricultural … Continue reading

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Our Endangered Atmosphere

Our Endangered Atmosphere Gary E McCuen, 1987 Several major scientific reports have been published on this issues.  The Department of Energy Review, NASA and several foreign agencies agree. Greenhouse warming of 3 to 8 degrees is expected for the doubling … Continue reading

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The Green Lifestyle Handbook

Green Lifestyle Handbook Jeremy Rifkin and Greenhouse Crisis Foundation, 1990 Buy appliances that are energy efficient.  Use less energy by turning off lights and other electronics when you aren’t in the room or they aren’t in use.  Share or borrow … Continue reading

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Weightless

April 25, 2003 Weightless As a child I would stand at the edge of the pool—usually at the YMCA’s indoor pool. Then I would let myself tumble forward into the water. The warm water would surrounded me and for a … Continue reading

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Memory

May 14, 2015 Memory This week has been brought to you by the letter M for Memory. Memory was key both in the movie The Giver and in the movie Still Alice, both which I watched this week. The Giver … Continue reading

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Lucy

February 5, 2015 Lucy Lucy is the name of the 2014 Sci-Fi thriller Luc Besson. Besson is also responsible for the movie La Femme Nikita as well. Lucy is another femme fatale, and in many ways, she is a drug … Continue reading

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