Fake Tattoos – Are They for Posers?

Harmony Cardenas

In the past, fake tattoos were only for kids. However, that never stopped adults from wearing them back then. Unfortunately, they did it at the risk of being called “posers”. If you wore a custom designed temporary tattoo in the past, it sent out the message that you didn’t have […]

The Genesis of Philosophy

Harmony Cardenas

The genesis of philosophy can be observed across a wide range of human interests such as religion, creative arts, education and economy. In its very essence, philosophy involves unique belief systems that refine the conditions and thoughts pertaining to life, growth and death. Philosophers are considered to be wise visionaries […]

How Does Wittgenstein Understand Philosophy?

Harmony Cardenas

Does it still make any sense to maintain dividing lines or boundaries between sciences or disciplines? In other words, are epistemological hierarchies still valid? Wouldn’t it be more productive, starting with teaching, that the narratives were free of barriers between them? As knowledge advances, themes expand and intertwine.To the point […]

Two Science-Art Philosophies – Utopia or Oblivion?

Harmony Cardenas

A warning to the reader: This article argues that modern science has been turned upside down, revealing the remedy to Steven Hawking’s observation that the greatest mistake humanity has ever made was to invent artificial intelligence. The correction to that mistake necessitates an up-to-date familiarity with Buckminster Fuller and C […]

The Global Impact Of Orthopedic Surgeons

Harmony Cardenas

Imagine a world where every step is a painful battle. A world where picking up your child or grandchild seems like an impossible task. This is the reality for many individuals living with severe joint problems. But thankfully, there is a light at the end of the tunnel – total […]

Black Henna Tattoos

Harmony Cardenas

First henna is never black. It is a plant that is native to tropical regions of Africa, Southern Asia ad Australasia, and its leaves produce a dye called lawsone, which is a red-orange colour, which bonds well to proteins and therefore is used to dye skin, hair, fingernails and silk. […]

The Ethical Dilemmas Faced By Oncologists

Harmony Cardenas

Imagine a bustling day in Peoria, a city painted with the hustle and bustle of life. Right in the heart of it, a medical term, sarcoma peoria, echoes through the corridors of an oncology clinic. An unusual term used to describe a rare, aggressive form of cancer found predominantly in […]