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Roses One

by Emma Lee Spry in Issues, April 26, 2015

Pink bouquet of roses photographed against white background in natural daylight.

Drawing Delight: Four Leaved Clover!

by Raj the Tora in Support Groups, January 25, 2013

Symmetry can be easily studied by observing many plants and animals and one of the best examples of quadrilateral (square) symmetry is four-leaved clover. It is easy to draw one.

The Philosophy of Biology

by Menelito P Mansueto in Philosophy, March 3, 2012

This brief essay introduces a new field of study which is surprisingly getting more and more interesting and relevant to the technologically advanced society today. There is an increasing demand for a philosophy of biology.

Repaying Humanities Debt to Nature

by Brenda Nelson in Issues, November 20, 2011

There are over seven billion people on planet Earth, and while our population grows, other populations are becoming extinct. What can we do to repay our debt to mother nature?

Plight of The Rainforests- Fact or Fiction?

by Rynell Chavez in Issues, July 12, 2011

Investigating the truth.

Forests on The Brink

by tonyleather in Issues, June 28, 2011

In this, the International Year of the Forests, is it not about time that we stopped our headlong, stupid rush to self-deatruction, chopping the lungs of our planet into ever smaller pieces?

Flora and Fauna Threatened Nusakambangan Continues

by martoyo in Issues, April 21, 2011

Flora and fauna in Nusakambangan.

Festivals a Source of Real History

by akram saqib in Holidays, May 30, 2010

A festival or celebration is an occasion of unusual significance observable by supporter enthusiast and devotee to that religion or tradition. The collective celebrations are rotatory in nature and are celebrated on the fixed days seasons or dates of the lunar or solar calendar. An ordinary look on the human history makes us believe that man has been joyously celebrating the days from the very beginning.

There was no difference in the war or marriage ceremonies. The wars were fought less and celebrated more in the dark and medieval ages. There were drum beaters and bards invigorating the wild spirits in the warriors. It is said that these activities were the deciding factors for many a time in the war. The poets narrated the bravery of the warriors. The same spirit of celebration succeeded in the later generations of the man. Today man is enjoying the festivals and religious days with greater zeal and zest.

A Description of Tomorrow

by elaginn in Future, September 22, 2009

Thinking over about society.

Causes of Extinction of Species

by Greatest in Issues, August 24, 2009

There are various factors, which have contributed to the extinction of different species of flora and fauna. Destruction of Habitats, Environmental Pollution, Environmental Pollution, Physical Alteration of Environment are some reasons.

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