• As I write this article, the first case of the Ebola virus has been reported in Toronto, the city I reside in. It does seem very far fetched when all you hear about this seemingly hellish virus happens half way across where you live in another misfortune African country. As it is with many of …   Read More

  • At some point or another, we have wondered about this very question or at least just: what is going on with the environment? After all, we all share this planet, therefore, the ‘environment’ is really something that should concern us all as it is our home. In reality, it is not really about saving the …   Read More

  • Cancer is bar none one the deadliest diseases we humans need to worry about. On average cancer claims of the lives of 7.6 million people worldwide, according to the WHO. The worrying can in itself be harmful to our health, but it does have a merit. It seems it is common nature that cancer touches …   Read More

  • We have made so much way in our world in order to try to understand. At least, we would like to believe that at least in land, we pretty much know everything there is to know about the life, well that is except for many still hardly accessible rainforest, at least much of what we …   Read More

  • Ever since General Electric and other companies made sure our society relies on fossil fuels in order to power the majority vehicles that go on land and on air, to machines that have been key in the onset of the industrial revolution. Our reliance on a resource which exist, allegedly, in short supplies has been …   Read More

  • Perhaps it is not common that when we go do our groceries we stop to think what makes it possible for us to conveniently shop for a wide variety of foods. If there is one thing we may tend to forget is that a tiny insect, often feared due to its very threatening sting, but …   Read More

  • Cancer is like the flu in that we all have the latent potential for it to happen to us. Like the flu, cancer ignites on those whose defences are eligible for an attack. Like the flu, cancer does not happen by chance, it could happen for a number of factors, but usually when we get …   Read More

  • It is said that if we do not learn from history “we are doomed to repeat it.” What exactly does this mean? It means we need to reach a consensus of well informed individuals who have the will to learn from history and ensure that we do not make the same mistakes. It does happen …   Read More

  • A few days ago, I went to watched the movie Iron Man 3. I don’t particularly jump to watch much of the Marvel created movies, others such as the Incredible Hulk, Spiderman and The Avengers brought nothing attractive other than the idea of great computer generated graphics pushing the limits of processing powers and 3D …   Read More

  • As it is the case with many topics, we are not being told the entire truth about the severity behind the Fukishima nuclear disaster. For a while now, reports about the continous impact of the Fukushima disaster have been circulating and coming through the mainstream media. A couple of weeks ago, we heard reports of …   Read More