I return with another essay for my science course. This time I have been looking at where a plant gets nutrients and how they receive it. Read more
As of writing this, I conclude my study of the book of Acts from the ever famous collection of books known as the Bible. Read more
Recently I have been looking at some problems relating to government that are not so much the government’s fault (though they do distort things a bit), but are misconceptions made by us. Read more
For the past few lessons, I have been looking at the different kinds of plants, and why they are different from each other. Read more
This essay marks the conclusion of my studies of Mark, one of the four gospels in the Bible. Read more
Recently in my Government course, I have been looking at a few episodes in history that have often been used to prove that government intervention is essential. Read more
In the past few lessons of my Literature course, I have shifted my focus to the Biblical New Testament, namely the gospel accounts of Jesus’ ministry on Earth. Read more
For the past few lessons, I have been taking a vast look at how governments are not always the angelic, just forces of good we may have been duped into thinking they are. Read more
Everyone knows that historians never lie, right? Sure they tend to exaggerate events to tilt them more towards people’s likings, but that doesn’t mean they could completely mask the truth about what happened in our past… right?
Paper can be read here.
Once again, it is time for me to expound on what I have learned in science by answering a question that has been presented to me. My assignment for this essay has to do with plants and how they make energy. Read more