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The Birth of a Killer: How are Psychopaths formed?

Surrounded by bloggers, this recent event in the news scared me to the depths of hell. It made me reevaluate the psychopathic tendencies anyone can possess, even a teenage blogger like Ashelee Martinson. With her entertaining pieces of poetry, she is now sentenced to 12 years prison, and will start her bout of prison …

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The Science Behind Lucid Dreaming

Successions of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep, with content and purpose not definitively understood is called a dream. Our writer Tanya Patil has rightly stated in her article “Science behind dreams: Why do we forget them after waking up?” that …

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Three TV Shows That Molded my Childhood

The past has passed, but the memories always remain in human mind. These memories make us cry sometimes and also have that nostalgic tinge or hue that can make us laugh sometimes. Being an inseparable part of life, our childhood memories are beautiful and can be quite useful if we …

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What’s in a Name: Nice to meet you “Oscar”?

While looking for the references to make a research before writing an article about “Oscar-winning movies and their  stories”, I found ‘n’ number of sources directly or indirectly stating that “The Academy Awards presented in an annual American awards ceremony, hosted by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences …

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Mind and the Conscience: The Science of Morality

The mind is the element of a person that enables them to be aware of the world and their experiences, to think, and to feel. This faculty of consciousness and thought is assisted by the conscience in making moral judgments and in distinguishing right from wrong. For those who are …

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The Ocean In You: Tapping Into the Subconscious Mind

The human mind is undeniably the most magnificent, and arguably the most powerful thing in the universe. It has the amazing ability to learn, mold and even retrain itself through the process of unwiring and rewiring. Being a set of cognitive faculties, enabling consciousness, perception, thinking, judgment, and memory, the …

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The Music of Nature: A Perpetual Performance

Music, in general, is defined as the art of combining vocal and instrumental sounds (sometimes just one of them) to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion. But the more we explore about music, just then we would realize that it is not only a rhythm, a melody …

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