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Historical Significance of Thanksgiving

by novelist in Holidays, November 30, 2013

The time-honored observance of Thanksgiving Day is considered to be one of the best-loved holidays in the United States.

Genetic Engineering

by charlesworthy in Issues, August 29, 2013

Information about genetic engineering.

Problems That Cause Famine

by novelist in Society, June 28, 2012

As we all know, famine is a time when there isn’t enough food to feed all the people.

Minecraft Narrative: Blood Hunger

by Wandering and Writing in People, October 11, 2011

Things can happen on Blocktopia’s Survival Multiplayer server, especially when there is a vampire event, and plugins being put into place.

Genetically Modified Foods

by DHEERUMT in Issues, September 25, 2011

GM foods are gaining importance in today’s daily life. Find Why.

Genetically Modified Foods

by C. Stew in Issues, June 26, 2011

Did you know that the majority of foods you find in an average grocery store have been genetically modified? It’s true, tomatoes are created to ripen without softening, cotton is altered to be pest-resistant, strawberries are made to be bigger. But can such modification be harmful? Should food be labeled to let people know? Let’s take a look…

The Southern or Richmond Bread Riots

by john smither in Politics, April 2, 2011

This series of events occurred in early April 1863 mostly in the Confederate states and were thought to have been triggered by the two opposing armies foraging for food that was being ever more scarce. Available crops had been ravaged and the majority of available livestock, even those used for transportation of goods had been butchered.

Genetically Modified Grain Crops Can be Grown in Saline Water

by voodoobrb in Issues, March 19, 2011

Genetically modified grain crops can be grown in saline water.


by lovejoypeace in Issues, March 7, 2011

Glorious food, hunger, love, appetite.

Mayflower Passengers Finally Step Ashore

by john smither in Ethnicity, December 18, 2010

The British ship mayflower having arrived in the area sometime previously were finally able to come ashore on 18th December 1620 at what is now Plymouth Massachusetts and to begin their new settlement of Plymouth colony.

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