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Hey guys ,as i promised in my earliest post i will be looking on the challenges and benefit of technology. The development of technology have affected in various way in people work and lives technology like robotic and internet have brought various changes like in education as i looked in my last blog . Today i will look at the challenge and benefits of technology evolution. I will start `off with the challenges Challenges of technology in education. Space cost This is the laboratory space...Read More...
Hi everyone Almost three- quarters of disabled people take part in no sport or either physical activity like that of non-disabled people. They are not only missing the health benefits but walking outdoors offers them a greater choice, control and independence to lead more fulfilling lives through job access, services and family social life. By overcoming one of the barries that disabled people face is by getting possible care package which should involve family and friends especially women...Read More...
How is HIV spread? HIV is spread in certain body fluids from a person infected with HIV these are: Blood,semen,pre-seminal fluids,Rectal fluids,vaginal fluids and breast milk. HIV transmission is only possible if these fluids come in contact with a mucous membrane or damaged tissue or are directly injected into the blood stream. In the US HIV is spread through: 1)Having sex mainly with someone who has HIV without taking HIV medicines to prevent HIV. 2)Sharing injection,drug equipment such as...Read More...

leadership

Forum: The Burn
Angela Mukami (Sweetwaters)
Hello everyone, What skills and experience should a candidate have to be able to run for president of the United States? I find this research by Angelica Carniello (Charles Best) very interesting. [When she explaining much about Donald trump,and what He talks about Hillary Clinton on his official website, he keeps talking about how he should be in jail and him being a liar and crooked. I'm just astonished with the things he says and accuses people despite him being a president, but doesn't...Read More...

MEDIA AND AGRICULTURE.

Hello everybody; I did a research of how media is of use and help to the part of agriculture and this is what i found;- Agriculture is one of the industries,that is seen to improve realization of Canadian agriculture by creating positive dialogue regarding the industry. The media has been of great help since one is able to view and share feedback that are of value and promote fast conversation. Agriculture more than ever will; Operate in English and any other language that a person will...Read More...

WILDLIFE AND TOURISM

Wildlife tourism is an element of many nations' travel industry centered around observation and interaction with local animal and plant life in their natural habitats.Tourism can bring many economic and social benefits, particularly in rural areas and developing countries. Tourism creates jobs, both through direct employment within the tourism industry and indirectly in sectors such as retail and transportation. When these people spend their wages on goods and services, it leads to what is...Read More...
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Hello everyone,it has been long since i posted but am back with a research.In my last research i was looking at one of the five types of cultures,but before i prattle the next type of culture i will elaborate the impacts of National Culture. Adopting the practices of the world leading economy is a desirable and sensible strategy since these practices are based on the largest existing poor experiences. Power Distance. It characterizes the extent to which people consider it being natural that...Read More...

risk factors of lung cancer

Hi everyone as i said early today i will be looking on risk factors of cancer. Smoking. Your risk of lung cancer increases with the number of cigarettes you smoke each day and the number of years you have smoked. Quitting at any age can significantly lower your risk of developing lung cancer. Exposure to secondhand smoke. Even if you don't smoke, your risk of lung cancer increases if you're exposed to secondhand smoke. Exposure to radon gas. Radon is produced by the natural breakdown of...Read More...
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Drugs

Hi everyone today i'm going to check on effects of bang as i had promised on effects of bang there are short term and long term effects so i will start with long term effects. LONG-TERM EFFECTS Decline in IQ (up to 8 points if prolonged use started in adolescent age) Poor school performance and higher chance of dropping out Impaired thinking and ability to learn and perform complex tasks Lower life satisfaction Addiction (about 9% of adults and 17% of people who started smoking as teens)...Read More...
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THE EFFECTS OF DROUGHT.

Hello butterfly. There are usually three classifications of drought.Namely: Economic,Environmental and Social effects of drought. ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF DROUGHT This involves losing money as individuals,families,businesses and governments. The following are the economic impacts of drought: 1.Farmers will have to spend more money to irrigate their crops and provide water for livestock or animal farms and ranches.They spend more money on drilling new boreholes or buying water in tankers from far...Read More...
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BENEFITS OF WILD WIFE

Hi everyone today i will be talking about the benefits of wildlife conservation; If properly managed,wildlife is a natural resource that could yield substantial benefits to a country.Wildlife earns foreign exchange through the tourist industry.While conserving wildlife in its natural habitat,forests have been preserved and this has helped protect water catchment areas and the soil. Commercial exploitation of wildlife population through consumptive methods for meat or other products earns...Read More...
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Decisions can be affected by many things, but by what more than emotions? Emotions are the biggest thing that can affect your consious decisions. Anger will make you more reckless, while happiness will make you more generous, and calmness makes you more thoughtful of your actions. Today we will be talking about anger. So without further ado: let's hop right in! Anger is a dangerous emotion. Quite literally. When you are angry, you become more likely to make bad decisions, as well as the...Read More...
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YOUR GIFT

Hi everyone? What do you think about gifts? Have you discovered your gift?If not good news are here. Gift is a natural ability or talent.The main thing is that everybody was created with a gift.God kept for everyone a gift and so it's everybody's duty to discover his/her gift.But before you do so you need to discover whom you are so as to discover your purpose of being so that you may start living and stop just existing.The discovery does not make you flow in any direction but it makes you...Read More...
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I WONDER HOW SOME PEOPLE FILL WHEN THEY TAKE AWAY OTHER PEOPLE'S LIVES

hy there been away for a while but back with a research.Actually according to my research i found out that some people are heartless they never care about others,that was why i tried to do this research.These was an example i found,the armed robbers.They tend to attack you and take everything away from you that is not the worst part,i thought they only wanted your property but they also shoot or injure you using other weapons.Is this really fair?If you fill mercy for animals why not for your...Read More...
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Hello everyone today I will be looking at how the suns rays affect the Albinos. Skin cancers are the most common cancers among albinos in our environment. Albinism and exposure to ultraviolet light appears to be the most important risk factor in the development of these cancers. Early institution of preventive measures, early presentation and treatment, and follow-up should be encouraged in this population for better results. Sunburn, recognized by erythema and blistering, is the commonest...Read More...
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Hi everyone today i will be looking on the effect of drugs on the brain.The brain is wired in such a way that you incline to do it again. Life sustaining activities, such as eating, activate a circuit of specialized nerve cells experted to producing and regulating pleasure. One significant set of these nerve cells, which uses a chemical neurotransmitter called intropin, sits at the very top of the brainstem in the ventral tegmental area (VTA) . These intropin-containing neurons relay...Read More...
Last Reply By Wallace Wamboo (Tigithi) · First Unread Post
Hello everyone,as i told you before am going to post again very soon.So today i have posted again on the methods or practices of sustainable farming. The methods include the following: 1. Make use of Renewable Energy Sources: The most important practice is the use of the alternate source of energy. Use of solar, hydro power is ecologically friendly. Farmers can use solar panels in different ways including the electrical fencing and pumping of water. Running river can be source of...Read More...
Last Reply By Moses Muchiri (Tigithi) · First Unread Post
Hey,everyone today am talking about challanges that children in child labor face. IlO'S second global report on child labor reported signifacant progress to fight against child labor.A visionary target is established by ILO, to elimination child labor in its worst forms by 2016.Although child labor continues to decline, it is at a slower pace.In new report says there was a reduction of just 3 per cent in child labor in period of 4 year covered by the global estimates. 215 million children...Read More...
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Decisions. decisions, decisions. There are just too many of them. So, with that in mind, how do we settle on them? The answer is this: we don't. This is less of a scientific post than it is a philosophical one, but I believev it is perfectly valid. When we are at a crossroads, we decide to go left , right, or forward. That's your typical definition of a choice. But what about instincts. Reflexes. they are also decisions. We can deside to follow them or not. That's where you find the...Read More...
Last Reply By Wallace Wamboo (Tigithi) · First Unread Post
Hello everyone,it has been a long time since i posted but today am back and ready to work as usually.Today am going to post about sustainable farming and it's benefits.It is part of my enquiry question if you try to look where i started.I have decided to follow each step of my topic,so don't get confused. Sustainable farming is ecologically enhancing better methods of farming that are environmentally friendly and protect health. It does not only deal with the economic aspect of farming, but...Read More...
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Hi everyone today i will be looking at reasons why teens abuse alcohol or drugs. One of the most challenging decisions, for an age group that is unready to make difficult choices, whether to start using alcohol or drugs. One is that, adolescence is a time of self-exploration. One could argue that it’s absolutely natural and normal to want to try new things, such as getting high or drunk for the first time. However, others would argue so wisely that adolescents, by virtue of their young age...Read More...
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Hello everyone today am looking at the effects of solar radiation on people with dark coloured skin. Dark complexions have both advantages and disadvantages when it comes to sun exposure. On one hand, dark skin is less likely to get sunburned and less likely to develop skin cancer. On the other hand, because dark skin naturally provides protection from the sun's ultraviolet rays, it prevents dark-skinned people from producing the necessary amount of vitamin D.(1) People who are at a high...Read More...
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The most effective way to prevent HIV is by avoiding activities that allow exchange of bodily fluids with others following a positive HIV diagnosis. It is essential to contact existing and previous sexual partners who might have become infected. Examples: 1)Safe sex-Use a new un-compromised condom during sex to prevent the transmission of virus through open sores or open skin. 2)occupational safety- Medical care providers and scientists who regularly treat patients samples must use personal...Read More...
Last Reply By Moses Muchiri (Tigithi) · First Unread Post

Drugs

I wonder why people use illegal drugs why they tend to go against the laws just for fun or self gain? Effects of cocaine. There are long term effects of cocaine and short term effect of cocaine Long term effects of cocaine The phase "dope fiend"was originally coined many years ago to describe the negative effects of cocaine use.As tolerance to the drug increases,it becomes necessary to take greater and greater quantities to get the same high. Prolonged daily use causes sleep deprivation and...Read More...
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wildlife conservation

i wonder how we can stop the problems facing wildlife : Hi,everyone i have been away for long but hope you will like what i have for you : We all know deep that these magnificent animals matter,yet we have driven many of them towards the brink of death .1.Poaching is the greatest current problem facing wildlife among other problems.It is threatening the survival of some animal species which have declined in number and their number have reduced drastically. 2. Destruction of Habitat: Over the...Read More...
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Earthquakes.

Important facts and tips of earthquakes. Hello everyone,,This is what i have researched for the last few weeks.earthquakes develops in the crust of the earths.the crust involves the earths surface ,submarine levels down to the ocean floors.the inner parts of the contain massive energy. Some of these energy escapes through crack and other volcanic activity,but bulk of it is stored within the earths inner parts contained in the crust.there earths outer crust is held in place like completed...Read More...
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the effects of corruption on economic development

corruption is the abuse of entrusted power for private gain the negative effect economic inequality on sustainable economic development and importance of redistribution on grounds of the marginal utility theory. to redistribution as the most effective method of poverty. the negative effects of low approval ratings (unhappiness) on sustainable economic development since the poor benefit is much greater than the rich loss out of the process. while the countries policies and thus are not...Read More...
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what are major causes of poverty?

hey everyone,i was away for sometimes and this is what i was researching about;what are major causes of poverty?can we deal with these causes of poverty?1;lack of education-education offers you an opportunity to get a job,set up a business,manufacture ,plan and make appropriate budgets for meaningful spending and development(2)poor environment -you are unconsciously frozen in your poor prison.nothing motivates or challenges you to make progress in such a place (3)lack of supervision,and poor...Read More...
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causes of lung cancer(part 3)

familial predisposition inquiry question;what are the major causes of lung cancer?.While the majority of lung cancers are associated with tobacco smoking, the fact that not all smokers eventually develop lung cancer suggests that other factors, such as individual genetic susceptibility, may play a role in the causation of lung cancer. Numerous studies have shown that lung cancer is more likely to occur in both smoking and nonsmoking relatives of those who have had lung cancer than in the...Read More...
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CAUSES OF DROUGHT

Hello there!As I said earlier,drought has been what many governments are trying to sort out first.Earlier on,I had mentioned what drought is and I am now going to outline the causes of this monster.They include; 1.lack of rain or precipitation-people have a tendency of thinking that when there is a period of time without rain,there is a drought whereas that should not be the case.some places go for months without having rain and that would be normal for them.But when farmers plant in...Read More...
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Inquiry question ; How to make a virtual reality box? Requirements Two lenses a rubber band glue cello tape Good quality carton scalpel A pair of scissors A geometrical set. The lenses helps to combine the pictures. They magnify the screen but according to the specifications. The rubber band helps to hold the gadget when watching or when using it. It is not tiresome and it is advisable to make a simple light gadget. This is why I decided to use a carton. However using a carton is a little...Read More...
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Hello everyone in this time round I have a new inquiry question which is;I wonder whether solar radiation has different health effects on people with different coloured skin Effects of solar radiation on people with light coloured skin. Short term effects . The short term effects of skin exposure to ultraviolet radiation include; 1.Sunburn-which is most intense 24 hours later repeated exposure to ultraviolet radiation to obtain deeper causes the epidermis to thicken which the skin to feel...Read More...
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THE EARTH

Waitan Mohamed (Thome)
INQUIRY QUESTION:How is life on earth. Hay gay it has being long but I want to go through life on earth .Life is everywhere on earth You ca find life on the pole ,from the bottom of the sea ,several mile in the air from freezing water to dry valley and over the land .Over the last 3.7 billion year or so ; living organism on earth have diversified and adopted to almost every condition imaginable . The diversity of life is truly amazing but all living organisms do share certain similarity .Read More...
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poverty

hey everyone!my inquiry question is that i wonder if there is positive side of poverty but fast;what is poverty?it is the conditions where peoples basic needs for food,clothing and shelter are not being met.poverty is generally of two types 1.absolute poverty-is synonymous with destitution and occurs when people cannot obtain adequate resources(measured in terms of calories or nutrition)to support a minimum level of physical health.absolute poverty means about the same everywhere and can be...Read More...
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Corruption

Inquiry question:I wounder what corruption en-tales and what are effect. "Positive"effects of corruption: -Corruption reduces and speeds the implementation of administrative practices governing economic forces of the market. -Corruption can be accepted as a normal state of affairs in countries at a certain . -Corruption is a condition of developing states and should be seen as a childhood disease .yes because is modern technology or bad corruption starts a chain of benefits for all economic...Read More...
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Calamities of earthquakes

HI guys. what are the causes of earthquakes and its impacts? This week on my project I focused on what are some of the impacts of earthquakes and to begin I started withe positive. Here is some of the information I got. Surveys were conducted to gather information from experts on structural vulnerability and the benefits and costs of Refforting a structural for an earthquakes hazard .the results indicate that the views of structural engineers on the benefits of migration and contractors on...Read More...
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Drugs

I wonder why people use illegal drugs why they think it is right and why they tend to go against the laws just for fun or self gain? Hi everyone!today i will be looking at the short term effects and long term effects of heroin as i had promised you?From the internet I have collected some information about the effects of heroin. This addictive nature of this substance is reinforced by its abilities in creating intensely pleasurable feelings.Heroin accomplishes this by binding to opioid...Read More...
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causes and risk factors. HIV originated from a qualification strain that infected non human primates in Africa. It is believed that contact with blood from an infected monkey transmitted the virus to humans where it mutated to HIV. HIV is transmitted through individuals via bodily fluids from one person to make contact with broken tissue or the mucus membrane on another person. HIV infected pregnant women can pass on the virus to their infant during childbirth or through breast milk.Read More...
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Hey everyone today i’m going to cope on groundwater, Groundwater is the water found in the cracks and spaces in soil, sand and rock. It is stored in and moves slowly through geologic formations of soil, sand and rocks called aquifers.Its helps in various ways; Supplies drinking water. Helps in the growth of food. Is a source of recharge for lakes, rivers and wetlands. Important in many industrial processes. Groundwater is often cheaper, more convenient and less vulnerable to pollution than...Read More...
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The rates of disability are increasing in some parts while some health conditions associated with disability result in poor health and extensive health care needs however people with disabilities have the same general health care needs as everyone else. People with disabilities encounter range of barriers when they attempt to access health care including the following; Prohibitive costs Affordability of health care services and transportation are reasons why people with disabilities do not...Read More...
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Hi everyone today i will be researching on the solution or the ways on how to prevent the ozone layers. METHOND ONE:Avoiding ozone depleting products 1. check your fire extinguishers If halon is the main ingredient,find a hazardous waste centre at which to recycle. 2. Don't buy aerosol products with {CFC} Although CFCs has been banned by many applications,the only way to be sure is to check the label on all your hairsprays,deodorants and household chemicals. 3.Dispose of pre-1995...Read More...
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Hey everyone today I'm viewing on introduction of internal land forming processes. Earth movement It refers to the movement of the crustal rocks caused by forces originating and operating in the interior of the earth known as tectonic forces.These forces are responsible for the formation of various land form that can either be external or internal.However can only be determined by The nature and the age of the earth materials for example the degree of their elasticity. The type of movement...Read More...
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Hey guys, so it’s been a few weeks since i posted , i have been researching on impact of technology on us today. so today i will look at the impact of technology has on us today or how has technology changed our lives today ,because we use technology to communicate ,to travel to learn to do businesses that make as live in comfort.We have the positive impact of technology and negative impact of technology,first I will look at the positive impacts ; How has technology changed education...Read More...
Last Reply By Wallace Wamboo (Tigithi) · First Unread Post
Hello everyone today I will be discussing on how the sun affects our skin. Cell damage The solar radiation effects on the skin are greatly dependent on the type of rays (proportion of UVB and UVA), the amount and intensity of solar radiation and the stage at which the cells on the skin are in during their normal division and resuming an activity. Ultraviolet rays can have a number of effects within the cell including identified types of DNA harms in skin cells and, with extreme solar...Read More...
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Hey everyone,not so long but today i'll be posting on the factors considered when practicing agriculture.These are some of the factors considered: 1.Soil,topographic and climate requirements of the crop. The first part in the planning stage before site selection is to learn about crop to be grown.This involves identification and adaptation of the crop.Mostly it's soil,topographic and climatic requirements, with such information one can select a suitable location and farming can...Read More...
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Lung cancer staging

lung cancer staging Inquiry question; which is the cheapest way of treating lung cancer. hi everyone, today a'm focusing on lung cancer staging.Lung cancer staging is the assessment of the extent to which a lung cancer has spread from it's original source.In general, more advanced stages of cancer are less amenable to treatment and have a worse prognosis.The initial evaluation of non-small cell lung cancer staging uses the TNM classification.This is based on the size of the primary tumor...Read More...
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Hi everyone,today I will be looking to reason why people use drugs. Individuals use drugs for different reasons. Some people may use for more than one reason, while others may begin using for a particular reason (curiosity, pleasure, medical) and then continue using for another (relief, tension, escape). Below are some of the main reasons why people use drugs: 1: Curiosity Drugs are often topic of conversation and most people have friends or relationships that use them. As curiosity is part...Read More...
Last Reply By Angela Mukami (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post
Hello everyone? Its long since i posted though back with a research.I was to look at five different types of cultures as a nation.I will start with National culture where i will prattle it as organization culture and the role of management. In the continuing globalisation and the new ways used in interaction shows that people are facing an ever more diverse choice of affliction and also cultural membership.We can too express the affliction to any number of subcultures,raging them from a...Read More...
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...during disaster situations for example in refugee camps women with disabilities are extremely in great trouble especially those who are deaf and mute they cannot call for help when necessary or express their needs because they are unlikely to be fully understood. African women in rural areas are often sexually abused and their family who know about it or involved in such abuses stay silent about it due to fear of further discrimination. by Trizah Gatuiri. I was viewing Trizah's post when...Read More...
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