humanity

The evolution of humanity, from one advancement to the next.

  • Lady Sunday
    Published 2 years ago
    Global Warming: We Have Only Been Dangerous to Ourselves

    Global Warming: We Have Only Been Dangerous to Ourselves

    Our human activity is why the things we figured would take a million or so years to begin, are happening right now. It is cause and effect. Yes, I am talking about global warming. Human beings have kind of hurried along the natural process of global warming. We consume everything on our planet. Being at the top of the food chain has its drawbacks. We have littered every mountain and body of water we get into. We have ripped up the land to farm and mine, for nutrition and wealth. We leave tons upon tons of our human waste everywhere. Just think of angry monkeys locked in a cage. We even make some of our hills with poop!
  • Gideon Antonio
    Published 2 years ago
    Why Flat Earth Theory Matters

    Why Flat Earth Theory Matters

    By now most people have heard of the flat Earth theory and rightfully so, many have disregarded this idea as a ridiculously absurd, one not based on any empirical evidence. But despite not being backed by any hard science this idea is still gaining momentum as more and more are starting to question whether our planet really is a sphere. Furthermore, I don't intend this to be hyperbolic when I say that this theory and other similar ideas that challenge the literal and figurative foundation of our reality could very well be the downfall of Western civilization.
  • Maurice Bernier
    Published 2 years ago
    Cave Man Versus Condo Man

    Cave Man Versus Condo Man

    One day, I quickly left the house, got all the way to my destination, and then immediately returned home...because I forgot my cell phone. On the way back to my original destination, I remember saying to myself:
  • Cosmic Peak
    Published 2 years ago
    The Prognosis for Our Planet

    The Prognosis for Our Planet

    We live in one of the most exciting and fascinating times in the history of human civilisation. Our technical and scientific achievements are unparalleled by any other era. Yet while we enjoy the taste of our labours, the environment is covering the bill.
  • Kristopher Kristianson
    Published 2 years ago
    Human Species, Did We Screw Up?

    Human Species, Did We Screw Up?

    The human species: supposedly the most intelligent beings on our planet. Yet what type of intelligent creature destroys their only home? You see most intelligent creatures adapt to their environment, living in harmony with nature and the other animals in that area. We, human beings, do not do this. Instead, we adapt everything to us. We don't care how much we destroy as long as it suits our needs. This is not a sign of an intelligent creature. In fact, this is the sign of a primitive being: something that doesn't understand the delicate balance of the planet they live on.
  • Christen King
    Published 2 years ago
    The Law of Attraction

    The Law of Attraction

    In quantum physics, there's a basic theory on which everything that happens in life hinges upon. Basically, the theory goes like this: everything that happens on a physical level manifests in the spiritual level. Simply — you manifest in your thoughts what you want to happen in your life, in the natural realm. This theory is known as the Law of Attraction.
  • Anna Flaherty
    Published 2 years ago
    Why We Always Desire to Know More

    Why We Always Desire to Know More

    As human beings, we inherently strive to know more and more and more. When will this stop? Probably never. We seek out answers and knowledge and facts relentlessly and I expect that we always will. And this extends further than simply scientific pursuits. It occurs just as much in our everyday lives—hearing snippets of conversation and wanting to know the full story, hearing gossip and wanting to know what's happening. We see it all the time in popular culture, right back to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein in 1818, whose protagonist Victor was destroyed by his craving for scientific discovery, and even before that.
  • Tommy Pritchard
    Published 2 years ago
    Wake Up to Reality

    Wake Up to Reality

    M. Night Shyamalan is my favorite director. “The Sixth Sense”, “Signs”, “Unbreakable”, and “The Village” are some of my all-time favorite movies. He has such a unique way of telling a story. He shows you just enough imagery to get your creativity started. Instead of showing a bunch of gore, he uses suspense and lets your imagination fill in all of the special effects.
  • Jessica Haight
    Published 2 years ago
    Twisted Rings

    Twisted Rings

    Five twisted lines link to create a stable ring. There are four in total, and four bridges connect them, forming a circle around the group, four gateways pass into the physical world. Universe (one song) plucks these strings in space to the tune of time, playing the spectrum of colors in mind’s eye. Vibrations ripple out from a point, then sink into the abyss and disappear.
  • mayukhab117 .
    Published 2 years ago
    Extraterrestrials?

    Extraterrestrials?

    Sometimes, I feel like you have to just sit down and talk about aliens.
  • Dallas Hemingway
    Published 2 years ago
    What Is Truth?

    What Is Truth?

    That which is written can never be Truth. So how am I to express this to you, the reader? This is my conundrum . . .
  • Joseph Civitella
    Published 2 years ago
    Temple of the Reverend Seeker

    Temple of the Reverend Seeker

    In the Beginning, As in the End, There is the Summons