“I think the bottom line of everything, even when we talk about healing this colorism issue in the world, is that it starts with healing yourself. Because really you’re the only person you can control. Work on yourself and treat yourself, talk to yourself the way you would talk to somebody who you’re trying to... Continue Reading →
"Life has a funny way of working itself out" - Gloria Jordan When I left University in December of 2014, I had no idea that life would deal such a hard hand. I thought when I applied for a job I would get a good feedback and called in for an interview; I blame television... Continue Reading →
"Ocean Acidification is just the evil twin of global warming..." As if global warming isn't evil enough... Being from a country where glass bottom boats, snorkeling and coral reef exploration are parts of tourism, Ocean Acidification is one of the global warming effects we need to discuss. Before we dive into that, let's first understand pH, acids, bases... Continue Reading →
"You never know what's hiding behind a beautiful smile." - Anonymous Most of the people who've been around me can tell you I love a laugh and I love to make people happy. I care about people a lot even when its to my own detriment. I know for most of you reading this right... Continue Reading →
"David and Goliath? Wuh she really talking bout?" I know that is what some of you are thinking. But, that popular bible story can be applied to many real life situations and today I choose to apply it to mankind and the skyscrapers of the environment, trees. Earth Day is being celebrated today, April 22nd 2016, and I want to shed some light on the movement and it's purpose as well as highlighting the importance of trees and the processes which make them our saviours.
Welcome back, everyone. I hope this post finds you in good health and spirits. With any chemistry course the first lecture should always be on course overview and laboratory safety (only if experiments are to be done). This blog post seeks to educate you and what should and should not be done in lab. So... Continue Reading →