The Declaration of Independence

declaration-of-independence

In my research this morning I found myself needing to refer to the Declaration of Independence and thought about the fact that most of my readers might benefit from simply seeing the document itself. We all deserve the right to “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” and across this country, we are not living […]

Continue reading →

Health Care, Responsibility, and YOU (Part III)

This will be the final post about your responsibility to the health care system, but that doesn’t mean that the discussion ends here. There will no doubt be many future posts that discuss the value of physical activity, and the importance of personal responsibility. After all, that is what these three posts are about, individual […]

Continue reading →

Health Care, Responsibility, and YOU (Part II)

Last week I discussed the obesity epidemic in America (if you missed it, please look below). Today I will discuss a few aspects of the obesity problem most people simply overlook. Let us first take a look at technology. As defined “the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes”. Technology has changed our lives in […]

Continue reading →

Health Care, Responsibility and YOU

This country is rife with controversy about the future of our health care system. Is health care a right? Is the single payer solution reasonable? Are we moving toward Socialism? Our leaders usually answer this question based on the side of the aisle they sit in Congress. This manner of thinking has led our country […]

Continue reading →

Science Fiction to Science

If we are thinking about it now, then at some point in the future, we are likely to see it come to fruition.¬†¬†Jules Verne provides us some great examples of science fiction becoming science, as do places around the globe today. CERN for example using new technologies to smash atoms and bring us more knowledge […]

Continue reading →