Reality As a Simulation?

By Mark Antony Rossi Recently I was conversing with an engineer on social media who works at Space X the independent upstart regularly launching its unique rockets into space. He began to lecture me about his reality is really just a big simulation; thus we were pawn’s in a bigger […]

September 16, 2018 · 0 comments · Articles, Latest Post

Of Math And Men

By Mark Antony Rossi Beware of the bean counters they respect little but soulless digits that dance across their ledger sheet. Number crunchers choose distance because they are in love with process. They distrust flesh and blood. They embrace the comfort of contrasts rather than the grays of personal gravity. […]

September 9, 2018 · 0 comments · Articles

Social Media and Your Consumers

By Blessing Afolabi Social Media is everywhere and impacts all walks of life. Social networks have evolved from being a handy means for keeping in touch with friends and family to being used in ways that have a real impact on the society. The relationship between a brand and its […]

September 2, 2018 · 0 comments · Articles

Nuance Is Deader Than Abraham Lincoln

By Mark Antony Rossi In a world that turns increasingly grey the strangest irony is most gravitate to the extremes. We want black or white. We want night or day. We want easy answers. We can’t deal with hardship or sacrifice. And it’s much more acceptable to blame suits in […]

September 2, 2018 · 0 comments · Articles


By Mark Antony Rossi I don’t write this to defend something. Because I strongly believe it doesn’t need a defense. I’ve been an adherent of electronic publishing (eBooks) since 1999. Once I saw there was a valid avenue to contain my writing and deliver it to people —I was convinced […]

August 26, 2018 · 0 comments · Articles

Sustainable Urbanisation of the Indian Himalayan Region

By Krittika Uniyal A large fraction of the mountain communities across the world live in villages with living arrangements still encompassing subsistence agribusiness and pastoralism. The Himalayan region isn’t absolved from this worldwide livelihood pattern. The Himalayas are a home to numerous indigenous ethnic communities whose subsistence to a great […]

August 26, 2018 · 1 comment · Articles

Hells Of Our Own Making

By Mark Antony Rossi We are in Hells of our own making. This does not absolve the oppressor in our midst. However; it explains that our choices bring harm to our lives. Therefore, part of our anger should be directed at the mirror. But instead we help the darkness by […]

August 19, 2018 · 3 comments · Articles

Hang the Yes Men

By Mark Antony Rossi From Adolph Hitler down to the soulless corporate executive they all have one thing in common: they need help to carry out their nefarious agenda. And who is it you ask helps these monsters with mechanical innards? Not the brilliant scientists or financial tycoons or even […]

August 12, 2018 · 4 comments · Articles

Bonnie Bernstein’s Experience with Thrombosis

By Anusha Tembe, Divya Joshi, Prasad Shetye, The GTF Group Introduction We are volunteers for Georgia Thrombosis Forum, a nonprofit organization dedicated to spreading awareness of thrombosis. At the tenth anniversary of NATF in 2016, some of our members met Ms. Bernstein, who had suffered from some serious thrombotic episodes. […]

August 12, 2018 · 2 comments · Articles

Mushroom: Sprouting Sustainability in Adversity

By Ravi Shankar Behera, Kari Jackson and Ranjit K. Sahu Increased demand for food production has been leading to loss of wild habitats. Similarly, over harvesting of forest products has been having a detrimental effect on the environment. Mushrooms, traditionally gathered from the wild are usually seasonal.  A major source of […]

August 12, 2018 · 1 comment · Articles