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Nicole Elise Derakhshanian
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When I am 100 years old, it will be hard to pass on all the knowledge I have acc**ulated throughout the years. Just doing the smallest things to contribute to the planet and its well being go a long way. People often take for granted what they have been given: their lives, their loves, their personal possessions, to the very planet they live on. Never take advantage of the things you have been blessed with.

Posted on May 13, 2010 at 5:23am

Traditional knowledge and technical knowledge are used to go against each other in the past. Because aditional knowledge was considered largely a research topic, and technical knowledge was considere…

Traditional knowledge and technical knowledge are used to go against each other in the past. Because aditional knowledge was considered largely a research topic, and technical knowledge was

considered as a replacement for primitive or outdated practices.…


Posted on May 13, 2010 at 5:16am


How do People React in a Pandemic?

A pandemic is preventable, and, even when it happens, preventing it from becoming worse it possible. Many people do not understand it. If they do, their sheer panic takes precedence over their common sense, By reading over this link it gives people a detailed insight on how to react and what to do.

Posted on May 13, 2010 at 5:05am — 1 Comment


For Urgent Evoke Season 2, I think there should be a script about kids being brought over from all around the world to discuss all the issues gone over in Season 1. By doing this, it allows a social debate about real world issues. The majority of the people who have taken part in this Evokation are the younger generations, which, in a sense, are the ones who are going to eventually have to assume the responsibilities of protecting Earth and all of its country's well being.

Posted on May 13, 2010 at 4:52am

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At 5:41am on May 13, 2010, Erin Sammons said…
I just finished reading your blog posts - great work!

At 1:43pm on April 15, 2010, PJE said…
Thank you Nicole Elise Deraskhshanian
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Keep it up!

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