Past, present, future. Infertility was, is and will still being a challenge in the world, actually it is increasing dramatically and will become a bigger challenge than what it is today. We Doctors strive to learn more and more everyday about the peculiar behaviors of Mother Nature, however we still far from the truth.
My deceased grandmother used to say: “the problems of today will become the plagues of the future”. Today I understand what she meant. We are trying to solve problems today that will be very harder to solve in the future. Let’s analyze the way we humans behave. We do have natural resources which we are consuming without the appreciation and gratefulness deserved. We do have amazing, perfect and healthy bodies, which we damage and destroy, with our daily habits. We are part of a perfect designed universe that wants us to learn and grow; instead we are stuck in our stubbornness and believe that we do not need anything else. We think very highly of ourselves when we discover something new, however we still have a lot more work to do with what we’ve accomplished, to collaborate with futures generations’s accomplishments. There is no reason or logic for our lives, according to most humans. We fight the challenges that are put in our way without understanding that those challenges were there for a reason. That is the life we are living right now, and it is not a healthy life.
Owls have always held a certain charm for us – they’re creatures of the night and fierce, unwavering predators, but at the same time they’re quite fluffy and chubby. If you’re a fan of owls, check out this origami folding … Continue reading →
Many of the origami airplanes flying you do will be , at home. Indoor flying has very much advantages – no airflow to carry off the paper airplane or send it crashing to the Earth. No precipitation to change it … Continue reading →
Fearless folding Now that you understand the basic principles of flight, it is time to create a paper airplane, if you are just begin-ding your career as a paper airplane pilot, start with the dart or square models. They both … Continue reading →
How can we describe energy? Energy is a property that cannot be created or destroyed. It is also a mechanical work or heat in thermodynamic language. However, it is really difficult to describe what is energy in biological systems.
British physicist Lord Kelvin once said: “There is nothing new to be discovered in physics now. All that remains is more and more precise measurement.”
Thermodynamics is mainly a matter of discovering and then using the principles, or laws, that govern energy transformations and working out the relationship between those principles (1).
The First Law of Thermodynamics related heat, work and internal energy. It tells us that energy can neither be created nor destroyed, despite being able to change form; the total energy of a reaction, and indeed of the universe, is constant. The First Law tells us with breathtaking generality that a boundary on the possible is a basic characteristic of our universe (2).
The Second Law of Thermodynamics makes biological processes more interesting, including the Entropy of systems. This is the measure of the order of a system, in a way of describing how molecules are arranged in space, and how these molecules change when the system change temperature, pressure, volume, etc. It is a degree of disorder or randomness. The Second Law of Thermodynamics is a principle, which states that in any cyclic process the entropy will increase or remain the same. In every natural thermodynamic process the sum of the entropies of all participating bodies is increased. So the Second Law says that no natural process can occur unless it is accompanied by an increase in the entropy of the universe. Ultimately every process that occurs in nature is irreversible and unidirectional, with the direction being dictated by the requirement of an overall increase in entropy (3).
All living organisms are highly non-equilibrium systems. A system will exhibit net change if it is not at equilibrium, even if the rate of change is imperceptible...Continue reading
How to Make the Ancient Dragon, designed by Satoshi Kamiya, in 3 Simple Steps Originally posted 2012-09-21 20:02:03. Related Post Origami Dragon | Huge Photo Gallery Paper Craft Silver Dragon by Gedo Senki (Tales fr... How to fold the Origami … Continue reading →
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The Guinness world record for the Highest altitude paper plane launch was set On 28 October 2010, at a location about 120 miles west of Madrid, Spain, a team of British space enthusiasts launched a paper aeroplane into space from … Continue reading →
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The toy-maker Hasbro has released an origami press ad that allows readers to create a character from the children’s programme Transformers. DDB Paris, which created the ad, hired the origamist Bertrand le Pautremat to design a pattern to make a … Continue reading →
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My name is Lucy Coleman. I am a Medical Doctor and specialist in Human Reproduction, Fertility and Embryology.