Global events weather good or bad can facilitate the proliferation of scientific discoveries and the building of productive social action. Event Reflector hopes to play a part by providing media of past and current events to help humanity succeed in reconstituting the natural world, rehabilitating from error and adding the personal experiences of humanity as the initial measure of change. found below are the catagories in this section.
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The history of mankind, of its economy, of its politics, of its science, of its art – is the history of the struggle against pain and suffering. And this struggle is the motor of the progress. This struggle is not between mechanical forces. It is not a natural reflection. It is a struggle between human intentions. And, precisely this is what enables one to speak of oppressors and oppressed, of just and unjust ones, of heroes and cowards. This is the only thing that enables one to rescue the personal subjectivity and is the only thing that enables one to practice with meaning the social solidarity and the commitment with the liberation of those discriminated against, be these majorities or minorities. At this point, a definition of "human being" causing Humanistic Events is a must. It will not suffice to say "man is the social animal" or "man is the manufacturer of objects" or "man is the possessor of language", etc. In the Siloist doctrine "Man is the historical being whose mode of social action transforms his own nature." and the interpretation of experiences, activities, constructs, and artifacts associated with human beings. The study of the human sciences attempts to expand and enlighten the human being's knowledge of their existence, its interrelationship with other species and systems, and the development of artifacts to perpetuate the human expression and thought. It is the study of human phenomena. The study of the human experience is historical and current in nature. It requires the evaluation and interpretation of the historic human experience and the analysis of current human activity to gain an understanding of human phenomena and to project the outlines of human evolution. Human science is the objective, informed critique of human existence and how it relates to reality and the outcome of our actions.
The time from roughly 15,000 to 5,000 BC was a time of transition, and swift and extensive environmental change, as the planet was moving from an Ice age, towards an interstadial (warm period). Sea levels rose dramatically (and are continuing to do so), land that was depressed by glaciers began lifting up again, forests and deserts expanded, and the climate gradually became more modern. In the process of warming up, the planet saw several "cold snaps" and "warm snaps", such as the Older Dryas and the Holocene climatic optimum, as well as heavier precipitation. In addition, the Pleistocene megafauna became extinct due to environmental and evolutionary pressures from the changing climate. This marked the end of the Quaternary extinction event, which was continued into the modern era by humans. The time around 11,700 years ago (9700 BC) is widely considered to be the end of the old age (Pleistocene, Paleolithic, Stone age, Wisconsin Ice Age), and the beginning of the modern world as we know it. The aggregate of surrounding things, conditions, or influences; surroundings; milieu. Ecology. the air, water, minerals, organisms, and all other external factors surrounding and affecting a given organism at any time.The social and cultural forces that shape the life of a person or a population of an environmental emergency or environmental occurrence, such as an oil or chemical release. The timeline lists events in the external environment that could have influenced events in human history.
Astronomers once pictured the cosmos as an arena of calm, as planets moved serenely in their orbits around stars, stars orbited within galaxies, and galaxies moved through galaxy clusters. From time to time, something happens that forms a part of the material universe, especially outside of the earth that is immeasurably extended in time and space that is regarded as happening; an occurrence, especially one of some importance and have revealed cosmic arenas of extreme violence.
Crucial news about these violent locales reaches Earth in the form of high-energy x-ray and gamma-ray photons, typically created in enormous outbursts thus creating COSMIC EVENTS. Earth's atmosphere blocks all x-rays and gamma rays, protecting life on Earth's surface but seriously restricting our ability to study the most violent cosmic phenomena. In humainitys efforts to improve our ability to observe the universe,astronomers have followed two lines of technological development. First, we have designed and constructed increasingly powerful telescopes and detectors,capable of observing progressively fainter sources with greater clarity. To that extent, astronomers will construct telescopes with ever finer resolution, and will also link these instruments to create systems whose observational precision equals that of a single giant telescope as large as the maximum separation of the individual instruments. Second, as a more subtle but equally important way to widen our observational capabilities, astronomers have attempted to study different regions of the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation. This spectrum includes a variety of waves that differ in their wavelengths of vibration. Only a tiny part of the spectrum includes the waves that our eyes can detect. We call these waves "light," and our eyes and brains recognize the different wavelengths of light as different colors.