UNET JOSS: Journal of Science and Society
in association with ChristianUniversityforAustralia.org.au
Volume 2 Issue 1, May 2022
The third issue sees our journal consolidating upon previous issues to establish its own unique blended format of one or more innovative peer-reviewed feature papers complemented by high-interest supplementary contributions. This unique blend of peer-reviewed papers, supplementary contributions (such as research-focused letters and justified hypotheses), and engaging academic journalistic contributions of current social relevance, represents the "best-of-both-worlds". That is, within the overall scope of the journal’s mission we aspire firstly to ........ Read more >>>
Feature Papers (Peer Reviewed)
The State, Security, and Intervention beyond West Africa: examining the arc of instability and conflict on the continent of Africa
Professor Gani Joses Yoroms
Supported by first-hand experience, this powerful paper contributes to the understanding of, and intellectual discussion on, the complex political and security challenges of West Africa (and extends discussion to the entire African continent) and how this has impacted the plight of Christianity in the region.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Quantum Mechanical Perspective
Dr Ricardo J. Simeoni
This article is well timed with the first ever World ME Day just around the corner on May 12th, 2022 (ME is the acronym for myalgic encephalomyelitis, also know as chronic fatigue syndrome). It is quite fitting that May 12th aligns with the birthday of (and so honours) one of the great matriarchs of Medicine, Florence Nightingale. ME appreciation events have run in previous years, but this is the first time major working and support groups have collaboratively come together from across the globe in such a manner, with the event likely to attract an audience of millions. The article introduces ME to the unfamiliar and shares a Case Study of interest. We Hope that it brings Hope.
Please note that an extended version of this article, supporting World ME Day and its theme of #LearnFromME, which was published May 9th, 2022 is available from the Author.