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Perceptions Of Social Dominance And How To Change Them

It’s surprising that human infants as young as 10 months may be able to identify social rank. Research suggests that infants learn to distinguish who around them is dominant, using relative body size as a cue. By Marjorie Hecht Experiments by University…

US Reimposes Illegal and Inhumane Oil Sanctions on Venezuela: The New York Times Runs Cover

A minute after midnight on April 18, the US reimposed coercive economic measures designed to cripple Venezuela’s oil industry. Later that day, the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved a new sanctions bill on Nicaragua. Meanwhile, Cuba protested the US’s…

Herbert Marcuse – New Left Revival?

World events serve as a stage of constant search for how best to construct and maintain society, which is an underlying theme of some decades ago found in the works of Herbert Marcuse, 1898–1979, a German-American philosopher of prominent fame…

Night’s Guardians Unveiled: The Enigmatic World of Bats

by: Assaf Levy, BioDB   Every year on April 17, the world turns its attention to the skies at dusk to celebrate Bat Appreciation Day. This special day is not just a tribute but a call to recognize these nocturnal…

Interview with John Reuwer member International Civilian Aid Flotilla to Gaza

The International Freedom Flotilla Coalition (FFC) will sail in mid-April with multiple vessels, carrying 5500 tons of humanitarian aid and hundreds of international human rights observers to challenge the ongoing illegal Israeli blockade of the Gaza Strip. This is an…

The Unsung Engineers of Nature: A Closer Look at Beavers

by: Assaf Levy, BioDB Celebrated annually on April 7th, International Beaver Day serves as a crucial extension of the themes explored in our discussion on beavers, emphasizing the significance of these ecosystem engineers in enhancing biodiversity, water management, and habitat…

Interview with Larry Hebert on hunger strike outside the White House, Mike Ferner, and Jacqui Jill

Interview with Senior Airman Larry Hebert, Active Duty Air Force, on hunger strike outside the White House, Mike Ferner National Director for Veterans for Peace and Jacqui Jill Peace Activist in Long Island NY and contributor with Pressenza Larry has…

Carbon Capture, Too Little Too Late?

Will carbon capture technology bail society out of the latest version of greenhouse gas emissions, CO2 suddenly doubling its rate of increase when compared to the past decade, in breathtaking fashion, thus overheating the ocean and the Arctic and Antarctica…

Building Bridges Through Collaboration: Baguio Central University To Co-Host International Conference

BCU Signs MOU to Co-Host International Conference with WCC Aeronautical & Technological College By Genevieve Balance Kupang   In a collaborative spirit that transcends traditional boundaries, Baguio Central University (BCU), led by its Graduate School, College of Nursing and School…

A PhD Student’s Resilience: Defying Signal Challenges for Online Learning 

By Genevieve Balance Kupang Though International Women’s Month (March) has just come to a close, I would like to greet and celebrate the inspiring women who contribute, persevere, and achieve something for humanity every day! Here is to honoring and…

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