Monthly Archives: May 2012

Moving Away from a Simpson’s Understanding of Nuclear Power

After having read the research on nuclear waste storage by Lubna Hamdan, John Walton and Aruro Woocay, I have come away with a better understanding of the safety of this contentious part of nuclear energy production.  It is absolutely vital … Continue reading

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No pain, no gain: changing the face of body modification culture stereotypes, practices, and the law

Take a second to think about this. Do you, or anyone you know, have a piercing, tattoo, or other form of aesthetic body modification? Have you ever seen somebody with any body modifications? Chances are, you’ve said yes to both … Continue reading

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