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Category: Environment

The Bio-Social Effects

“While body is the Bio-political reality, medicine is the Bio-political strategy.” – Paul-Michel Foucault (October 15, 1926 – June 25, 1984) Paul Edward Farmer passed away on February 21, 2022 […]

On Petrology

The most important Australian cities are situated in the eastern part of the country. The spectators, who watch the game of cricket sitting inside beautiful stadia in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra […]

A Waning Trust

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has triggered a sensation by claiming that the trust in Government among the youth decreased in the last couple of years due to COVID-19 Pandemic […]

Sand & Sustainability

The world is about to face another crisis. The UN has warned the global community to save sand, saying that there would be acute shortage of sand in near future. […]

His ‘Signature’

The name of this year’s winner of Pritzker Architecture Prize, the profession’s highest honour, has recently been announced. Diébédo Francis Kéré has created history, as the 57-year-old becomes the first […]

On The Might Of Solar Power

It seems that seas and oceans may be saved from the pollution of crude oil, leaking from the ships, et al.. Perhaps, the marine lives, coastal lives, environment and marine […]

Subsidising Our Own Extinction

The Human Civilisation has become desperate for self-destruction and extinction, instead of survival. The International Community has increased the expenditure in order to bring Doomsday closer. Millions of dollars have […]

Supermountains & The Evolution Boon…

The Himalayas cover a large part of Asia, as the range has some of the planet’s highest peaks, including the highest, Mount Everest. Over 100 peaks, exceeding 7,200mt (or 23,600ft) […]

Heading Towards The ‘Sixth’

Putting an end to all speculation, the Sixth Mass Extinction has already begun on the Earth. A study, published in Biological Reviews – a journal covering categories related to Agricultural […]