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Alzheimer’s Warning Signs by Filipino Nurses on Feb 12, 2013[caption id="attachment_15901" align="alignright" width="225"] Alzheimer's Disease Patient (Photo credit: blog.lib.umn.edu)[/caption] One of the most important things that we can educate ourselves about with regard to brain health is knowledge con...



Philosophizing Thoughts by Clairvoyance In Verities on Feb 17, 2012My college professor for my Philosophy of Man class, Mr. Benito Villareal III, told us to group ourselves into two and ask our partner to formulate 2 philosophized thoughts. Then, we need to elaborate and coherently explain its correspondence to the...



Philosophizing Thoughts by Clairvoyance In Verities on Jan 27, 2012My college professor for my Philosophy of Man class, Mr. Ben Villarreal, told our class to group ourselves into two and ask our partner to formulate two philosophized thoughts to elaborate and coherently explain its correspondence to the nature of th...



Philosophizing Thoughts by Clairvoyance In Verities on Jan 24, 2012My college professor for my Philosophy of Man class, Mr. Ben Villarreal III, told us to group ourselves in twos and ask our partner to formulate two philosophized thoughts. Then, we have to elaborate and coherently explain its correspondence to the n...



Cognition and our Brain by Whims And Views on Jun 28, 2011We usually engage ourselves in stuff like healthy diet, exercise, rigid workout and many others to keep our body fit and healthy. But we’re forgetting one very important thing. What about our mind? We also need to make sure that our mind is as...



Its only a Fallacy when it’s an Observable Fact by Filipino Freethinkers on Dec 9, 2010The Latin Fallacies are being called out so frequently in arguments, you'd think they were Spells like in Harry Potter.



Too old for new tricks? by The Construct by Alex Maximo on Jun 18, 2009You can’t teach an old dog new tricks. I don’t know about dog years but I’m twenty-five and I feel as if I’m struggling to learn new things compared to how I used to just four years ago. Mental stress and fatigue or drawn out...



stand and listen by LearnIt.LiveIt.LoveIt. on Apr 11, 2009Gone for blog hopping enough to notice blogtracks - songs, artists, play, pause, and stop buttons. And I must admit, I was once – perhaps last year or last last year – tempted to put in the same. But in the back of my mind, there’s this word NO...



stand and listen by LearnIt.LiveIt.LoveIt. on Apr 10, 2009Gone for blog hopping enough to notice blogtracks - songs, artists, play, pause, and stop buttons. And I must admit, I was once – perhaps last year or last last year – tempted to put in the same. Bu tin the back of my mind, there’s this word NO...



mind of a neurotic by LearnIt.LiveIt.LoveIt. on Mar 31, 2009There is no such thing as black and white. It's all gray. If you tell someone something that you think is true. Then it's true to you; it's true when you tell them. But it's not really true, so if it's not true, then it's a lie. So, now you're a liar...