Ok so here I am venting myself out again. Unexpectedly, I had to walk home through 10 kilometres of minus 7 degree weather plus wind-chill temperatures. Probably got a frostbitten somewhere on my body. I’m still so numb all over. The shower did help though but for some reason I still feel chills. Here I am in my apartment all by myself. I have few friends, no family in close proximity, and my love life, well that seems to be as non-existent as gravitons at the Large Hadron Collider (if you know physics you’d be cracking up at this point). It seems just like my journey to return the loneliness of my apartment my love life keep walking in the cold, and can’t seem to find a little house with a light on. There’s no fire place where the coals burn brightly, and taking shelter under frost covered pine trees takes its toll at some point. Even now, I don’t really feel like I’m home. Where is home? That is the question I keep asking myself. Well first off what exactly is a home? A home is can be defined literally as a place where one can take shelter or refuge. More figuratively, and in my case psychologically, a home is a place where one feels they belong and can feel comfortable. Where I am now, this is no home. Sure the bed is a place to sleep, the food is mediocre, and there is some privacy, but the people that surround you in this place and their ability to take your life from you is a toxin to my body. Like the cold, its harmful, it sucks the energy out of my system, and leaves impressionable marks when it is harmful enough. There is no love in this place. The walls, the beds, the floor, my clothes, and this laptop I’m typing on; these do no radiate love to me. Affection is the scarcest recourse humanity has access too. And some of us seem to have very limited or virtually no access. The sheets may cover you, but there are times when you go to bed at night, and you wish someone was lying next to you, comforting you, telling you that things will work out, making you smile, filling emotions into your life that you can’t get from other places. Our bodies consume. We get our nutrients from the food we eat and our bodies use chemical reactions to break these down and give us energy and provide our bodies ways of fueling, repairing, and enabling complex actions. We also use senses to help us understand our outside world; sight to view our surroundings, hearing to listen, taste to know what food we are eating, smell to again identify various objects and finally touch, to help us recognize physically object by feeling. I think there is a different type of absorption for our bodies than just nutrients or our senses for information about our world. I think our minds have their own system called “ARE” or Attention Requiring Elements. These elements are thinks that all humans need on a basic level to survive. Things like feeling secure, having a friend, you get the idea. One thing, in my opinion, that there is so scarce of that causes us to be much unhappier than we should be as a species is affection. There is little to no input of affection in the average person’s life. It’s a contributing factor to a healthy human beings life. We need someone to show that they care about us, to give us purpose and goals to achieve, which helps benefit this person and ourselves. Let’s go back to senses for a minute. There is one sense that enables us to feel like some cares about us. Touch. All levels of intimacy, from putting a hand on a shoulder, up to sexual intercourse; all of these action show that someone outside of our mindset, outside of our perspective of life and world cares about you. Someone cares about you. To know that they see you as someone worth caring about, that gives your life a whole new layer to build on. It enables us to feel less insecure about ourselves; it lets us feel freer to explore our options and express our feelings, knowing that someone will always be there for you. Having this safety net allows every one of us to be more
Magnesium is required as a co-factor for thermostable DNA polymerase. Taq polymerase is a magnesium-dependent enzyme and determining the optimum concentration to use is critical to the success of the PCR reaction. Some of the components of the 1. Alpha Helix
• rod like
• CO & NH of the main chain are hydrogen bonded together, allowing the main chain to be buried
• n+4 H bonding scheme
• all alpha carbons are H bonded and in line with each other
• R groups are on the outside
referees, with two games going on at a time to ensure the tournament goes by faster and more efficiently.
Also two members will be called upon to be the announcers for the games. This creates a more realistic electric atmosphere to give the participants and spectators the best experience possible. Spectators will be ushered in and directed to their seats, so this will require 1-2 members from the chapter to be chosen for this position depending on the turnout.
The remaining members of the
The Worst Human Tragedy in History
The Holocaust that occurred in Germany during World War II remains the worst historical event impacting all aspects of society. Other genocides have occurred in the world, but pale in comparison to the Holocaust. One other significant genocide was in the country of Rwanda in 1994. While some similarities between the German Holocaust and the Rwandan Genocide are evident, the differences are apparent. In comparison with the Rwanda Genocide, the Holocaust
United States Worst/Best
There are roughly 190 countries in the world today.
These countries vary in size, population, and forms of
government. All share same characteristics such as
territory, population, and sovereignty. The forms of
government are as diverse as the countries themselves,
they vary from very restrictive to less restrictive
form of government. United States of America is
without a doubt one of the worst countries in the
The Worst Discipline
The worst and painful discipline ever is spanking, but it is one also of the most debatable discipline methods and one of the oldest disciplinary actions throughout many decades. Spanking is a method of punishment in which an adult inflicts pain upon a child in response to their unsatisfactory behavior. At times, children forget to practice good behavior skills or they disobey their parent’s rules and commands, which results in being disciplined.
As a frustrated parent
Dr. Merriman February 11, 2013
Dr. Merriman February 11, 2013
The best and the worst of the Supper Bowl commercials
The Super Bowl is a big part of the American coulter. Every year it gets thousands of people together to watch America’s favorite sport, and also every body knows that the best part of the Super Bowl is the commercials. The commercials are a big deal
History’s Worst Jobs: The Roman/ Anglo Saxon Period
The Anglo Saxon period has always been portrayed as time of ignorance and brutality - a mysterious and myth-ridden period of history so lacking in culture and civilization it is known simply as the Dark Ages. And in this the Dark Ages, there have always been plenty of gruesome and stomach turning jobs to do for any reasons. In the hundreds jobs, those three jobs mostly represent this periods: The Guillemot Egg Collector, The Viking Warrior
special kind of evil. An evil, that unfortunately is a huge business for many people in this country.
The worst of these charities is called the Kids Wish Network. According to CNN, Since the start of this organization in 1997, they have raised a whopping $127.8 million dollars in donations, yet sadly, only 2.5% of this is spent on aid for the children and families they claim to help, so to put that in perspective, if you donated $1 to this charity, not even 3 cents goes to help children. In the
The worst Christmas
It was the night before Christmas and I was very sad because my family life had been severely disrupted and I was sure that Christmas would never come. There was none of the usual joy and anticipation that I always felt during the Christmas season. I was eight years old, but in the past few months, I had aged greatly.
Christmas had always been for me one of the joyous religious festivals. The children and all the young people loved to make colorful crepe paper ornaments
Best of Times, Worst of Times
March 23, 2015
“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”1 This was the inspirational phrase from Martin Luther King Jr. when he was fighting against racial intolerance in the 50s. This was the era when black people in Canada had a difficult time being accepted as part of Canada with