There were many different manuscripts, letters, poems and songs written to and for the early Christians. What effect did this early literature and philosophy have on the medieval Christians? Did it encourage them to exercise political leadership, or instead persuade them stay away from that kind of role? In Augustine’s book, City of God he… Continue reading The Effects of Medieval Literature on the Society
What Does it Mean When We Say an Animal is Intelligent? How Is Human Intelligence Different from That of Animals? An animal is said to be intelligent when it shows signs of being able to learn, teach, and communicate with others of its species. A Gorilla, for example is thought to be highly intelligent, because of its… Continue reading Animal Intelligence Vs Human Intelligence
The phylum Arthropoda is perhaps one of the most diverse. It contains everything from insects to crustaceans. It has more species than in any other phyla known, and is incredibly varied. There are quite a lot of harmful species in this phyla such as; spiders, scorpions, centipedes etc. Many of these are not only deadly… Continue reading The Transformation: From Dangerous Venom to Helpful Medicine
Animals and Fungi differ in many different ways, but one of the most obvious is the way that they consume their food. The digestion and absorption of food in fungi is very unique and interesting; so let’s jump into this! 🙂 Fungi possess special chemicals that they will secrete onto their food source. These chemicals… Continue reading Feeding Habits of Fungi Vs That of Animals
Some people would say that soil is just something that holds up a plant so that it can grow. Is that true? Is soil really that important anyway? I believe that soil (or dirt) is not just a stabilizer for plants. It is much more important than that. It is a source of nutrients and… Continue reading What is the Purpose of Soil?
Hey guys! I was nominated for the Liebester Award today and I was really surprised. I never ever get nominated for anything, so I was super excited today! Anyway here are the rules: 1. Thank the blog who nominated you and link back to them. 2. Make a blog post outlining eleven facts about you. 3. Answer… Continue reading The Liebester Award
A Roman poet named Ovid wrote a book about the history of the Roman Empire. In his book, he tells all about the founding of Rome up to the assassination of Julius Caesar. Today, I will answer the question: is there any reason for an optimistic view of Rome in Ovid’s book? Well first of… Continue reading Did Romans Have an Optimistic Future?