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Entertainment
by Chedie
4 years ago
9 Reasons Why Anime Fans Think Anime is Good Entertainment

Anime has gained worldwide recognition. It has set its own genre and caters to all ages. These are the reasons how anime became so popular.

History
by egdcltd
6 years ago
December in History

Every month has had many events of a historical or interesting nature happen during it. Here are some from the month of December.

Technology
by ZackProser
8 years ago
The Best Android Phone and Top 5 Free Android Apps

Android based smartphones and apps are exploding onto the scene in a quest to rival Apple's entrenched software and iPhones. Find out which Android phone is best and learn about the best free android apps.

Technology
by RoseWrites
3 years ago
Wolbachia-Infected Mosquitoes Might Reduce Dengue, Enhance Zika, and Cause a Million Souls to Become Sterile

The carelessness of our public health authorities over the Zika virus has disappointed me immensely this past year. And just when I thought there would be some signs of remorse, WHO's director-general, Dr. Margaret Chan, blamed the vector control strategies of countries in southeast Asia. Meanwhile, she has known since February 2016 that Culex mosquitoes were also a likely Zika vector that require entirely different eradication methods. But even worse: Wolbachia-infected Aedes mosquitoes have been released in various regions of the world for the past six years. And while Wolbachia in Aedes may not be transmitted to humans; Culex mosquitoes are capable of acquiring it and transmitting it. Culex are able to infect humans with filarial worms infected with Wolbachia. And Wolbachia seem to play an inordinate role in diseases. For weeks I pored over studies and found to my utter shock that Culex with Zika and Wolbachia could be responsible for some of the most devastating outcomes for human life.

Lifestyle
by Marlando
6 years ago
How To Turn a Lousy Day into a Great Day

This article is NOT one more positive thinking or jog around the blog piece. It is an alternative view for constructing a happier more positive lifestyle and pulling oneself up from the doldrums. Indeed, after reading this article you may never look at down moods in the same way again. It is well worth the read for

Technology
by K_Y_Lai
4 years ago
Rethinking the Dialect-Language Distinction

Traditional dialect-language distinctions have been widely challenged in recent years, with Mandarin and Cantonese reclassified as languages. Yet is mutually intelligibility that good a criterion? What exactly are dialects and languages? Is our popular conception of a 'language' completely wrong?

Sports
by luckyescape
10 years ago
How To Find And Buy Your Perfect (Used) Sailboat - Key Lessons Learned From A Recent First-Time Buyer

After having been laid off in the midst of the financial crisis, my (now) husband and I decided to take a break from our fast-paced urban careers and "Live The Dream" - aka buy a sailboat and cruise. We packed up our apartment in New York City at the...

Lifestyle
by Marlando
6 years ago
Mindfulness: The Unexpected How-to Article

Mindfulness is most simply a truly wonderful way to reduced stress and anxiety in your life while creating peace and joy along your way. Most certainly this article is worth the read for anyone who is seeking a greater loving calm amidst the chaos of modern life.

Travel & Places
by Yindee
2 years ago
The Four Pillars of Happiness We Discovered in Bhutan

From visiting public places in Bhutan where people work, trade or study in the name of gross national happiness we discovered their science of happiness. A national strategy - to boost the sustainability of its economy and citizens. One rarely encounters so many motivated, dedicated and highly enthusiastic individuals.Here is their formula - the four pillars of happiness.

Lifestyle
by Yindee
5 years ago
The Challenge of Sibling Rivalry Affects Us All

Jealousy and defensive behaviour begins when children have to share the same mother. The rivalry is a primal instinct to survive, to get the food and the acknowledgement we need. But it can get ugly and we need to get to grips with how to give the rivals equal time of day. (and night) Learn how to generate harmony, love and sharing in the home. Quit the kiddie battle!

Business & Money
by Alexpii400
7 years ago
Boeing-- How to Build a Global Power

How Boeing has built a global power business.

Entertainment
by egdcltd
5 years ago
8 Great: The Funniest Comedies of the Modern Film Era

Comedies are among the most difficult films to make well.  Many are released annually; some spark briefly then disappear from the public consciousness.  Here, however, are eight great comedies from the modern film era that have endured for several years, and in some cases, decades.  

Lifestyle
by egdcltd
8 years ago
Burke & Hare: Turning Corpses Into Cash

Medical schools had a need for more and more cadavers for classwork, but demand far outstripped supply. Two enterprising early 19th century laborers, Burke and Hare, figured out that murder was a better way to make money than digging in the dirt.

Home & Garden
by philbechtel
7 years ago
20 Great Gender Neutral Nursery Themes

There are many different options to weigh before choosing a gender neutral nursery theme for your baby. Peruse this helpful list to help you decide on the best theme for the little one.

Business & Money
by Ghostwriter
5 years ago
10 Key Items When Negotiating Commercial Leases

Negotiating Commercial Leases can be like getting a root canal! But is also can be an interesting an enlightening activity especially if your businesses success depends upon how well you and your team successfully negotiate the lease to arrive at an equitable solution that benefits your business and the landlord!

Lifestyle
by Yindee
5 years ago
How to Slim Down During the Festive Season

Enjoy a big family feast and still lose weight. Use these tasty tips to enjoy yourself without stinting on the good stuff. Replace fattening food with fat burning food. Stay slim, get slimmer!

History
by crin
6 years ago
Was Dracula A Monster?

At the beginning of the seventies, I was working as a tour guide in Romania, for the only agency which was state-owned. It was a lot of fun, however at times there was a lot of work, and not enough hours to rest, but overall, it was not a bad experience. Here are some stories related to a tour whose main character was... Dracula

Lifestyle
by egdcltd
8 years ago
People I Wanna Smack Around

The world, perhaps, truly IS going to hell in a hand-basket! Humanity seems determined to undermine its progress over the past several thousand years. Daily, people do not know how to dress, they steal and pretend it's for a social good, they smell bad and hug trees, but then later go on to "protest" on Wall Street with no agenda. Sad, but true -- we'll be replaced by roaches soon.

Technology
by RoseWrites
3 years ago
Birds as Reservoir Hosts of Zika: What You Are Not Being Told

No surprise: money is probably at the root of why the public (and many in the scientific community) are ignoring, omitting, or downplaying the fact that the Zika virus is found in birds. Forty-five years ago, 15 percent of birds studied in Uganda were found to be reservoir hosts of the Zika virus. That percentage would only increase as Zika has spread and mutated around the globe. And Culex are also vectors of the Zika virus (this has been proven by three independent research teams out of Brazil, China, and Canada). Those culpable for the most harmful strain of Zika may be the backers of Wolbachia-infected mosquito releases. The people involved include Bill and Melinda Gates and the following governments: UK Department for International Development, United States Agency for International Development through the Combating Zika and Future Threats Grand Challenge, Australian and Queensland governments, and the Brazilian government. With those deep pockets and power, it's no wonder why crucial studies and reports have magically disappeared from the internet.

Lifestyle
by Marlando
7 years ago
Choices: Make the Right Ones and Avoid Making the Wrong Ones

We have all made wrong choices and most of us have made many of them. Some of our choices have lifelong affects; some hurt others and many hurt ourselves. This article sets out to show the reader exactly how to make "good choices" in their lives. Enjoy.

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