Aromatherapy Myth Or Reality

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The origin of aroma therapy can be traced back to pre historic period, in the countries of ancient Egypt, Far East and China. The concept aims at the holistic treatment of the human body by making use of the immensely useful essential oils obtained from various herbs and plants. The essential oils are normally obtained […]


Debunking The Myths About Iridology

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Debunking the myths about Iridology “We cannot attempt to cure one part of the body without treating the others. We cannot attempt to cure the body if we forgot the Soul.” ———————–Plato There have been several erroneous ideas about iridology. Unfortunately some of these beliefs have come from the medical field, as well as some […]


What S Science Got To Do With It

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Once upon a time, healing was considered an art. Healing was understood by all to be a complex interaction between the patient, the healer, the community of living people, the communities of the plants and animals (and insects and rocks and fish), the communities of the non-living people (such as ancestors, spirit guides, and archetypes) […]


Finding Science Articles Online

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The Internet is a wonderful resource for anyone looking for science articles. Whether you are a student doing homework research or a scientist who needs to keep abreast of the latest findings and publications in your field of endeavor, there are many sources of science articles online that are right for you. Many sources of […]


Incorporating Science Into Your Next Backyard Adventure

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Your backyard is a great place for your child to get outside in play. In addition to swimming and playing outdoor sports, your child can also use your backyard as a science experiment. If you are interested in helping them achieve this, you may want to familiarize yourself with some popular backyard activities, especially those […]


Science Or Not Astrology Is What I Like To Believe In

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If you checked out the statistics, mobile Operators in India seem to be raking in their moolah from Value Added Services and guess which VAS ( Value Added Service) people are subscribing to on an increasing basis at a pace that is nothing less than Scorching? It is Astrology, mostly pertaining to daily, monthly and […]


Spirituality And Science Opposites

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Do spirituality and science have to be opposed to each other? Unfortunately, just defining either concept seems almost hopeless at times. On the other hand, describing them is much easier, so let’s start there. Science isn’t system, but an approach to knowledge, a method. Scientists will argue forever about the definition of science, but still […]


Reality Exposed

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Did you know that our thoughts may be influencing our reality and lives? Have you ever seen a movie called ‘What the Bleep Do We Know!?’. Interestingly, there is a part in the movie about how different emotional states affect water molecules and cause them to form patterns. Imagine your suprise upon discovering that there […]


Exploring Criminology Theory

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When it comes to the science of exploring how crime and society interacts, there are number of different theories that have been developed with the attempt to explain what causes such reactions in individuals. Over time, there have been many different theories that have been established and in most cases these theories have been developed […]


Exploring The History Of Criminology

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To many people interested in the roots and origin of Criminology, Lombroso is considered to be the father of the science, meaning that he explored it and examined it from many angles in order to expose it. It was first used by a law professor in Italy, Raffaele Garofalo, who actually used the Italian term […]


Criminology And Forensic Science

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How to Use Criminology and Forensic Science to Effectively Solve Crimes There are a number of ways in which an individual is able to couple criminology and the practices of forensic science in order to catch a criminal. In some cases, the individual is profiled through criminology and matched up to the forensic evidence left […]


T Stem Initiative A Boost For Texas Schools Students

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The T-STEM initiative was launched in December 2005 by the Governor Perry’s office in partnership with the Texas schools, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, National Instruments, and the Communities Foundation of Texas. The Texas Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (T-STEM) initiative is a $71 million dollar project to […]


Evolution And Faith

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While it may surprise some, a noted theologian says a person can be religious and still believe in the theory of evolution. “Not only is it possible, but it’s essential to a fuller understanding of the way God creates,” says theologian John Haught of Georgetown Uni-versity, a Roman Catholic. Haught, one of the speakers at […]


San Antonio Schools Celebrate Successes And Create New Programs To Further Achievement

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San Antonio Schools Creates Program to Prepare Freshman for Future Success Beginning this school year, Ninth grade students in San Antonio Schools will have more resources in helping them gain success in academic studies, college, and future careers. In addition to their regular classes ninth grade students will be required to take Freshman Prep class. […]


Calculus The Science Of Fluxions

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The science of fluxions was Sir Isaac Newton’s terminology for the new field of science known today as calculus. Newton and German mathematician Leibnitz appear to have discovered the principles of calculus in about the same time; but Leibnitz published his work first. For years, there was friction between the two countries, England and Germany […]


Eleven California Schools Districts Awarded 150 000 To Encourage Students To Attend Health Career Institute

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In June of 2006, superintendent of public instruction Jack O’Connell awarded $150,000 in grants to 11 districts within the California schools. The funds are for California schools student attendance at the California Health Science Education Institute and associated costs of the program. Currently, there are numerous jobs in the healthcare industry for applicants with college […]


The Fascination With Astrology How Good

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In the 1920’s, there was a big sensation in the US. Two sisters had photographed fairies flying around flowers in their garden. It was an unbelievable event. The two gave interviews and talked stuff. It was after more than sixty years that one sister revealed the whole thing was a hoax. The fairies were made […]


Ohio Schools Award 4 Million To School Districts For Teacher Training In Mathematics And Science

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In June 2006, the Ohio schools awarded more than $4 million in competitive grants to school districts across the state. The grants are funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Mathematics and Science Partnership (MSP) program, and authorized by the federal No Child Left Behind Act. The MSP grants, which are funded throughout the 2006-2007 […]


How You Can Prepare For Your Ged

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To receive a GED diploma, you’re required to pass five tests covering writing, reading, social studies, science, and math. Altogether, the GED includes 240 questions, plus an original essay. Completing the entire set of tests can take nearly 7 1/2 hours. A daunting task at first glance. But it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. With […]