SCRIBOLOGERY – Information Cost

Not every information is worth writing as much as not every information is worth reading. There is an old saying, “You can’t have your cake and eat it too.” It gets at the heart of one of the most important concepts in knowledge sharing: information cost. The information cost of something is simply what you…

Prostatic Prolapse and Yoga Posture as Preventive Measure/Cure

The pride of a woman is the beauty of femininity and sexuality her mammary gland endowed upon her. Such pride makes it emotionally challenging for any woman to come to terms with anything that will suggest lumps or cutting off anyone or two of the mammary gland. This is often the sad consequence of breast…

Pressurized Emotion

With scientific and technological advancements, we have benefited from the concept of pressurization. The benefit cuts across pressurized containers such as the foot ball played on a football pitch to a passenger airplane flying up in the sky. As beneficial as the concept of pressurization is, it can be destructive when not used with caution….

Quest for Face to Mind

What is in a face? Is it how we look or what comes from inside out? It is often said that “looks can be deceptive” or that someone is “double faced”. How many of us will want to put on an ugly mask or how many of us will want to be identified with an…

Biointellectics – Fringes of Instinct and Intelligence (The Cockroach)

Biologically, humans are classified as higher mammals. Every human will agree to that higher ranking as much as they’ll want to accept the recognition as mammals. There is a clear difference between the higher mammals, humans and the lower mammals, animals. This clear difference is in the use of intelligence by humans while animals are…