A 2017 article, Why Poverty is Like a Disease by Christian H. Cooper, raises more questions about the biological effects of poverty, even though "the science of the biological effects of the stresses of poverty is in its early stages. For instance, are there any man made systems and technologies that do not bring disease … Continue reading “The term “meritocracy” was coined in 1958 as a mockery of the very idea of evaluation by merit alone.
Citizens need food, clothing, shelter, healthcare, education, defense, and environment regardless of the economy! Stop asking, voting, and writing for things that we citizens can do for ourselves. The system is broken and does not work. Check the social statistics, ask your neighbor, read the paper, watch the news but there is still hope, faith, … Continue reading HUMAN RIGHTS UNION
Even though the top five Sources of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Electricity (28.5%), Transportation (28.5%), Industry (22%), Commercial and Residential (11%), and Agriculture (9%) are in a downward trend compared to a decade ago, global temperatures continue to rise. And the evidence of polar caps shrinking, weather pattern changes, and coral reef destruction isn't enough to … Continue reading ChangE ThE CliMatE with MeaT