People or Penguins?

IMG_8903In “People or Penguins: The Case for Optimal Pollution,” William F. Baxter uses an argumentative tone to prove to the reader that it is appropriate for us to take care of the environment, when doing so is in our best interest. Baxter is misguided is his philosophical approach because his argument fails to consider that every animal has a specific role in the environment that works to benefit other animals in the food chain.Read More »


Technology and Religion in the Biota


When asked to provide the meaning of the word “nature” it is understood that there is not an objective definition. Nature is an idea that consists of a multitude of definitions. Anything that was in existence before mankind, is not man-made, and works to balance the universal system can be viewed as something of the natural world.Read More »