You’d think a soft, tasty, eight-legged sea creature with no shell, protection, or even a skeleton would be hard pressed to survive. You’d be wrong. Octopi are part of the cephalopod animal group. There’s only seven hundred known species of cephalopods, but those that do exist are very diverse. From Mimic Octopi, that can disguise … Continue reading More Than Meets the Eye
Depression is mud. Your body and mind is in a mud hole and you have to use all of your energy to move an inch. Imagine a world with depression; using all of your energy all the time to do the simplest thing. You don’t understand how you could ever think of anything positive. You … Continue reading Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones, but Words DO Hurt Me
Climate change, also known as global warming, has been occurring for the last century. Many studies have been conducting to see if it is a legitimate problem or only a minor change to the ecosystem. What hasn’t been decided if it is linked with life and biodiversity or the opposite, death and extinction. Many believe … Continue reading Climate Change: Life or Death?
Alzheimer’s is a disease that many of us have had an experience with. For me, it was with my Great-Grandmother. I never got to know her because of this disease. All I met was a shell of what she once was. My family tells me all of the stories of who she was, and how … Continue reading The Disease that Takes Away Who You Are : Alzheimers