Short Stories

Solar System Planets: Moon, Mars and Its Moons

Solar System

The solar system planets are the many planets that orbit the sun. These can be broken down into three groups: the inner planets, the outer planets, and the dwarf planets. For example, Mercury and Venus, the closest planets to the sun, are known as the inner planets, while Neptune and …

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Signs of life on Europa

Signs of life on Europa

Scientists believe that Europa has an oxygen-rich ocean similar to Earth’s. Jupiter’s moon Europa is an important moon in the search for life. The ice-frozen moon has a subsurface ocean, and evidence suggests that it may be hot, salty, and rich in the chemistry that makes life possible. To investigate …

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Othello Syndrome A Psychiatric Illness

Othello Syndrome A Psychiatric Illness

Illness is of two types, one is physical and the other is psychological or mental. Symptoms of physical illness are very obvious. Even an ignorant and illiterate person, when a physical disorder occurs, he understands that he is surrounded by some disease. He goes to the doctor and gets treated. …

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Suffering and Our Intellectuals

Suffering and Our Intellectuals

By the way, I am not interested in reading memoirs, but three years ago today, I not only read the biography of a young Dr. Paul Kalhanti, “When Breath Becomes Air”, but I read the end of the book. But got emotional and started crying. Paul is a young doctor …

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Why Are Self-Help Books Disliked?

Why Are Self-Help Books Disliked

Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskowitz was once asked in an intro, “And tell me how it felt to become a successful billionaire overnight?” “By overnight, if you mean working hours every night for seven years, believe me, it was very hard and mentally exhausting work to become a billionaire,” Dustin replied. …

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My Wish Tea, My Tea, My Passion Tea

My Wish Tea, My Passion Tea

My passion is tea, my choice is tea, my weakness is tea, and my strength is tea. Friend of loneliness, companion of sorrow, cure of sorrow, relieves pain, increases happiness. When I think about it, I start to get nervous. If you look at the picture, you will be shocked. …

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From Varun to Khizr

Theory of Evaluation

Professor Brown writes in his book Literature of Iran, that it is a strange thing in the East that ancient beliefs do not perish and they come out in a changed form. Here I will only disagree with Professor Brown that this is a feature of the whole world and …

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What Is The Theory of Evolution?

The Theory of Evaluation

These two concepts – that life is static in its various forms. All creatures have come into existence in the same way from the beginning and there is no mutual relationship between them and there is no mutual relationships between them and there is no evolution in them. The second …

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