Safety is in numbers

The dolphin is an aquatic mammal known for its docile nature and intelligence. Although it may seem to be a harmless creature, it can still be vicious if threatened especially in a group. A group of dolphins is known as either a “school” or a “pod”. Dolphins are fast swimmers because of their streamlined bodies and a horizontal tail. These features allow greater flexibility and … Continue reading Safety is in numbers

The future of education

Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic spread worldwide, many countries have closed their schools starting with China in January. As of 29th July 2020, 106 countries have had nationwide closures of all schools and institutions while a few countries such as USA, South Africa and China have localised school closure. This has had great impact not only on the children but even the parents, teachers and … Continue reading The future of education

A We Sisters Three Box Set (Books 1 – 3) by Melissa F. Miller

Meet Rosemary, Sage and Thyme, the wacky Field sisters, in three funny, fresh romantic murder mysteries. Genres: Murder mystery, Amateur sleuth, Anthology, Contemporary romance, Romantic comedy Blurb: Book 1 – Rosemary’s Gravy Working for a Hollywood family as their personal chef can be exhausting, keeping in mind who likes what and who’s allergic to what. But when her miserable boss is murdered, Rosemary becomes the … Continue reading A We Sisters Three Box Set (Books 1 – 3) by Melissa F. Miller

Mental health effects on women and children during lockdown

Man is a social animal. It is in our nature to move about, meet people and interact with each other. However since the lockdown started all over the world early this year, there have been repercussions especially due to people staying at home for months. From the closure of many schools around the world to the uncertainty of an effective vaccine and then to the … Continue reading Mental health effects on women and children during lockdown

The contribution of art during the pandemic

With the regulations forcing people to comply by wearing masks and social distancing, many fields of work have been disrupted. With many events cancelled, musicians have embraced technology by live-streaming concerts to audiences around the world. Musicians from the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra posted a virtual performance of Beethoven’s Ode to Joy which garnered up to 2 million views in less than two weeks. “Creative forces … Continue reading The contribution of art during the pandemic

New study redefines movement of the human sperm

More than three centuries ago, Anton van Leeuwenhoek discovered the human sperm using the compound microscope he had invented. He observed that the sperm has a tail which lashes from side to side to make the sperm move forward in a snake-like fashion. Since then, this knowledge has been passed down for centuries until recently this observation has been revealed to be an optical illusion. … Continue reading New study redefines movement of the human sperm

Animal protein vs Plant protein: Which is better?

For a long time, there has been an on-going debate about if animal protein is better than plant protein or not. Many people have been vegetarians either for religious reasons or health reasons. For a long time it has been for religious reasons. This is because animals have life and to kill an animal to satisfy one’s own hunger is equal to murdering a human. … Continue reading Animal protein vs Plant protein: Which is better?

The Ice Twins by S.K. Tremayne

  Angus and Sarah Moorcraft had twin daughters, Kirstie and Lydia. However one of the daughters, Lydia died after falling from the first floor balcony of their house. A year later, Angus takes his family to an old house on a Scottish Island he inherited from his grandmother. Then the strangest thing happens. Kirstie claims that she is Lydia and that Kirstie was the dead … Continue reading The Ice Twins by S.K. Tremayne