From China in Asia to Nigeria, Africa, mobile innovation has taken a rapid penetration. However, this is possible as young people fully embrace new technologies and become active users. But then, questions arises that these innovations on the other hand become time waster/stealer from young people f
Eton-college/Andover is by far the most preferred institution for boys all over Britain/the-world/The-U.S. Perhaps, because it offers the best education a boy can have. How many coed schools compare? Zero.
Commander Ali Dizaei was promoted to the rank of commander only six months before he was suspended and charged with corruption. The Commissioner of the
Metropolitan Police Sir Paul Stephenson is using it to argue that the power to promote top officers rather than the political body where this
I'm Pakistani and British, I've got a British passport and a Pakistani passport, a British birth certificate and a Pakistani Birth certificate(both saying I was born in Tarbela, which is in the now-notorious Abbottabad district in Pakistan; incidentally it's also the site of the largest dam in the w
A chimp called Santino in Furuvik Zoo in Sweden has rekindled interest in the similarities between chimpanzees and human beings by being observed to be capable of forward planning. Santino was observed stockpiling stones before the zoo opens so that he can throw them at visitors once they arrive. Th
The more money a sport gains the more it seems to move away from its core values and it seems the more likely there is to be cheats. Of course the more money there is as a reward the greater the incentive is to cheat to get that money. This year there have been numerous cases of cheating being caugh
PSYCHOLOGY - PSYCHOPATHOLOGY The medical condition Schizophrenia (not to be confused with multiple personality disorder) is a debilitating psychological condition, and although there are treatments available it is unclear as to what causes schizophrenia in the first place. Some theories suggest the
PSYCHOLOGY - The medical condition Schizophrenia (not to be confused with multiple personality disorder) is a debilitating psychological condition, and although there are treatments available it is unclear as to what causes schizophrenia in the first place. Some theories suggest the condition may or
As we all know that children are the future of any country,the values and habits taught to them not only reflects their future but also reflects the future progress of that country.now we all that election is one of the mechanism to choose our representative at the parliament,so it is very important
‘disabled’ people are often uncomfortable with the description. There are also now many way of describing disability. Multiple identities which one takes precedence, does it matter which they identify with first? Perhaps more importantly is there a need for the description at all or should we al
The latest edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV) has seen more classifications of mental illness than any previous edition. Does this mean that we are developing more mental illnesses, or are we simply finding new labels for types that have already been around
A recent study at the University of Michigan has shown that arguing is good for your health. Essentially having the argument is better than avoiding the confrontation. Avoiding the conflict more often lead to abnormal rates of Cortisol generation, causing more physical stress symptoms the next day.
The internet has given everyone new freedoms, whether it is making shopping easier, planning journeys or looking for information. It has also made giving our opinions to a potentially wide audience much easier. Everyone on the internet is anonymity and this seems to be having negative effects on how
Is there an exercisable feasible solution to the excessive biased voting using fake A/Cs problem?
The voting on this site; tends to be biased and we need people to actually read , judge and vote on debates rather than vote for their own teams or friends/relatives.
Two days ago I ran a
PSYCHOLOGY - SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY - ATTRIBUTION THEORY Attribution theory explains how the individual social perciever uses information to make causal explanations for events. That is to say, attribution theory is how we explain what happens around us. There is no grand unifying theory of attribution a