This week, I’ll try to provide some resources on staying up to date on the nightmarish U.S. government situation. There are plenty of politicians and journalists to follow on Twitter, but sometimes stepping away from Crisis Alerts every two hours is necessary to keep
In an age where we log how far we run, our thoughts in 140 or less, shouldn’t the government be more interactive and informative with the people it claims to represent? Here are my unsolicited ideas for the direction of Occupy Wallstreet's demands.
I have always joked that I am prone to Murphy’s Law (whatever can go wrong will), but I never actually believed it. This past winter has convinced me that perhaps I AM a little more prone to Murphy’s Law than I originally thought.
On multiple occasions, I have been told that a child learns more in their first 5 years of life than they do throughout the rest of their life. Being the argumentative person I am, there are times that I have wanted to debate this theory. Upon further reflection, there is no way that I would win this argument.
The development of people is quite fascinating. Starting from conception, fewer than half of all fertilized eggs (zygotes) survive beyond the first two weeks. Those lucky ones that survive work their way into the embryonic stage (weeks 2-8). During this stage, humans are pretty much formed. The embryo develops all the major organs which are necessary for survival. The heart begins to beat and the liver starts making red blood cells. Weeks 9 through birth (fetal stage), all the fine details are worked on and the baby pops out with all fingers and toes in the right places (hopefully). Then the fun begins…