Green Peas and Genetic Disease? CRISPR Cas9 is truly divine!

Genes contain instructions, Our traits are carried by DNA, DNA in the form of nitrogenous bases: G, T, C and A Sometimes when you’re typing,  you make mistakes You accidentally use the wrong letter, It seems unnatural or misplaced Similarly, we have genetic typos: The nucleotide bases in our genes Are sometimes wrongly substituted This... Continue Reading →

Ariana Grande’s ‘God Is A Woman’ Questions The Conservative Mindset And Empowers Women

Ariana Grande released her new single 'God is a Woman' on July 13th and essentially broke the internet. The song has since received wide acclaimed praise for deviating from the standard societal norms of what a song is about. It challenges the traditional mind set and even brings to the surface historic aspects pertaining to... Continue Reading →

Update: A change in plans

Hello readers! When I initially started this blog, I believed I could best express myself by publishing my wild imagination and most absurd thoughts through fictional short stories. While this has been the case for a while, I now realize that there is so much more to me that I feel I should represent. There... Continue Reading →

The Hidden City 1

There are legends of a city that stands on the coast of the Sahara dessert in Egypt. Myths of a land with buildings standing tall and roads paving the way through out. The mythical part, or the lesser believed part of the legend says that this city could think on its own. The city could... Continue Reading →

The “Unworthy” Children

Long gone are the days when children were born into their families and actually lived with them. That process of raising children was dropped in the year 2068, when the government officials finally realized the oppression faced by the kids in orphanages and foster care. Back then, no one was willing to adopt these children... Continue Reading →

The Inevitable War

John looked forward with a steely look on his face. As he scanned the area where the war was going to take place, he couldn't help but ponder on how the events over the past week had brought this war on all of them. The soldiers marched on wards, thinking of their loved ones, but... Continue Reading →

Day of Vigilance 2

As soon as Alexson woke up he realized that he had a terrible cold and could barely breathe. He didn't think that DoVs could give sicknesses as well. No one knew the extent of damage this mysterious phenomenon can cause. Alexson was scared to find out. He jumped out of bed to get breakfast when... Continue Reading →

Monster Under The Bed

I was sitting in my chair for 3 hours on that day; assigning the various cases to the monsters I thought suited best. One thing to remember when assigning cases is that all younger children aren’t frightened so easily. I could not simply give the rookie monsters the cases of younger children.  For example, take... Continue Reading →

Day of Vigilance

Alexson's life till now has been a series of boring, uneventful happenings. The lack of the element of surprise and his lack of interest in any suggestion given by anyone together has made his experience overall quite dull. He isn't one of those special needs kids, but he isn't exactly top of the class either.... Continue Reading →

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