Evil acedia, sloth form, thus the enemy

Emotionally and cognitively, the evil of acedia finds expression in a lack of any feeling for the world, for the people in it, or for the self. Takes ...

Most hardest sins, Acedia, Hardest sin

Perhaps the hardest sins to define and indeed, to credit as a sin, is sloth. The term, in fact, refers to a peculiar jumble of notions, dating from ...

Relationship between Fungi and Roots, Wood wide web

Relationships between plants and mycorrhizal fungi, roots are key to learn how ecosystems work. I wanted to learn more about the way nutrients passed through fungal networks, but ...

Fungi mushrooms biology, biomaterial

Fungi mushroom biology can help us respond to some of the many problems that arise from ongoing environmental devastation. Antiviral compounds produced by fungal mycelium reduce colony collapse ...

Fungal fruiting bodies, ecosystems with mycelial network, use of molds to treat wounds

Fungal fruiting body. Some fungi, like the yeasts that ferment sugar into alcohol and cause bread to rise, consist of single cells that multiply by budding into two. ...

The ability of fungi, Natural wood wide web, Mushrooms dominate, Fungal Network

The ability of fungi to prosper in such a variety habitats depends on their diverse metabolic abilities. Metabolism is the art of chemical transformation. Are metabolic wizards and ...

Fungi and Fungal-Like Organisms

Fungi and Fungal-Like Organisms in nature but they are easy to miss. They are inside you, around you. They sustain you, all that you depend on. As you ...

The Cult of Thinnes, beauty and dieting industry

The Cult of Thinness she argues that commercial campaigns beauty and dieting industry in 1980s and 1990s imposed unrealistic standards in beauty on contemporary women in first world ...

Uniforms of identity, scout group, private schools

Uniforms of identity fashion. One of the ironies of fashion is that although fashion is inspired by the desire to be distinctive and to embody now-ness, the practice ...