Inquiry Question

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...

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...
Last Reply By Priscilla Muthoni (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post

lung cancer

Hello everyone today i will be focusing on causes of lung cancer.About 80% of lung cancer deaths is caused by smoking.Smoking is clearly the strongest risk factor of lung cancer.Doctors believe smoking causes lung cancer by damaging the cells that line the lungs. When you inhale cigarette smoke which is full of cancer causing substances, changes in lung tissue begin almost immediately .At first your body may be able to repair,but with each repeated exposure normal cells that line your lungs...Read More...
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Hey guys so I've done quite a bit of research on eating disorders just out of interest and I stupidly haven't even shared my question on the site yet but here it is. I wanna look at what the symptoms and long term affects are of eating disorders. I've always been interested in this topic but what really peaked my interest was a spoken word piece a student at langley fine arts performed a while back. Currently fighting her eating disorder right now she described some of the symptoms and side...Read More...
Last Reply By Jackline Nyaga (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post

Drugs

I wonder why people use illegal drugs? Hi guys today i will be posting effects of heroin and its effects.Av decided first to look into heroin because one of the generally abused drug worldwide. Heroin is also known as smack,junk,black tar,dope and other names. sing of a person using heroin are ; - borrowing money from your beloved ones. -withdrawal from Friends and family;spending more time with the new friends who you use drugs with. -poor performance in in school or even at work -wearing...Read More...
Last Reply By Agnes Naserian (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post

corruption

Hi all,my INQUIRY QUESTION IS HOW TO AVOID CORRUPTION.Last time that i was putting forward my post was all about how to fight corruption and how to stop it. For now i am looking in same other form of it that are affecting high number of people.One of them is nepotism.It when the members of the public are either denied services or asked to pay for services which should be free.Those who ask to be given money for doing what the government is already paying them to do,are practicing...Read More...
Last Reply By Priscilla Muthoni (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post

what are the causes and effects of earthquakes?

hey everyone! this is what i researched; an earthquake is the shaking of the surface of the earth ,resulting from the sudden release of energy in the earths lithosphere that creates air waves.earthquakes are usually caused when rock underground breaks along a fault.tectonic this particular happens when the continental plate collides against the ocean plate.tectonic occured lastly in assam in 1950.sometimes the earthquakes causes formation of hot springs which are useful to peoples.Read More...
Last Reply By Trizah Gatuiri (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post
Hey guys! It's great to be back on the project. After my last post, I was thinking about what I would do next. I had multiple option, such as how liquid gasses affect/effect the human body. Then a thought came across me: How does the mind settle on one option? That became my new Inquiry Question. I'm really looking forward to this project, so look out for more posts!Read More...
Last Reply By Agnes Naserian (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post
Hey everyone,for now i have a new inquiry question that is on land forming processes, What is a land form? A landform is a natural feature on the landscape,any natural forming rocks or dirt,natural physical features of the earth’s surfaces examples; valleys, plateaus, mountains, plains, hills,canyon, loess, or glaciers.Landform together make up a given terrain and their arrangement in the landscape make up a topography. Major types of land forms on the earth include...Read More...
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what are effects of drugs that affects the nervous system?

what are effects of drugs that affects the nervous system? Stimulant:this drugs push the human body beyond its limits.they affects like making us dance all night, have marathon sex that lasts for days, lose weight without trying.And many other dangerous effects. Short term effects of drugs that affects the nervous system. Alertness: Rapid heart beat, breathing problems and increased temperature . Large doses can cause violent behavior twisting lack of coordination and even death.,seizure...Read More...
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What are effects of drug abuse on body?

Hi guys! it has been long before i posted but i"m still working on my project: what are effects of drug abuse on body? A person who abuses drugs may not realize they have a problem until pronounced effects of drug abuse are seen,all drug abuse negatively impacts ones health. common effects of drug abuse on body include sleep changes and decreased memory and cognitive abilities. other common physical problems include; chest pain. nausea,vomiting,diarrhea,stomach pain. skin can be cool and...Read More...
Last Reply By Priscilla Muthoni (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post

What are physical effects of drug addiction?

What are physical effects of drug addiction? In addiction to the numerous mental health issues that spring up as a result of long term drug addiction,there are also a number of issues affecting the physical health of the individual who is living with a dependence problem for many years. according to the national institute of drug abuse(NIDA) the physical effect include: The kidney;the human kidney can be damaged by habitual drug use over a period of many years.kidney failure is not uncommon...Read More...
Last Reply By Dahabo Abdi (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post
As you may have read in the title, this will be my last post on teleportation. After numerous hours spent researching on both wormholes and quantum entanglement/molecular deconstruction, both seem unfeasable, as the molecular deconstruction would kill any human (or animal). This is where my (and mine alone) idea comes in. What if we managed to travel extremely fast and only make it seem like we are teleporting? If we manage to travel at the speed of light, then we could get across the earth...Read More...
Last Reply By Seth Young (Johnston Heights) · First Unread Post
Hello Everyone, today I will be discussing the Archetypal patterns of the hero. Through different myths and legends heroes tend to go through a formula. They have a great origin, a struggle with the odds stacked against them and once that struggle is overcome they have a standing in society higher than which they where born. Here is a visual representation there are many stories that follow this formula, such as the legends of: king Arthur (12th century) Perseus (bronze age) Prince Yamato...Read More...
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Hi all! I've been doing so much research watching documentaries and reading articles and talking to people about climate change and global warming so I'm going to regurgitate all the knowledge I've gathered over the past month or so tonight... :) !!! some movies I watched have their own websites with facts to check out and I really really recommend watching them especially if you are interested in this topic somewhat.. here are some links from websites I've been looking at...Read More...
In my research cycle 2 I will be looking at a new topic on technology evolution, Technology is the application of specific knowledge for a practical purpose especially in industry while technology evolution is a revolution that describes the major transformation of society through technology growth.It is also the gradual development of something especially from a simple to more complex form . I will be discussing the five types of technologies. Identify the new technology trends. The impacts...Read More...
Last Reply By Payton McIntyre (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Question- how can heating and cooling be made more efficient Heating and cooling has undergone many changes and continues to experience changes. Since its invention in 1902(1), the field of heating and cooling has improved drastically. Heating and cooling units, we see today have successfully achieved everything they needed to do power in terms of comfortability (2). However, there remains much room to improve the efficiency of heating and cooling. Improving the efficiency of will both help...Read More...
Hello Everyone! Imagine, imagine being 6 and a half feet tall how much more stuff you could reach from the top cabinets. Imagine being half robot like the Terminator, or even maybe being extinct. All of these are possibilities of what we known as, Evolution. Even prosthetics may become for more than just for the disabled. An Oxford-led study showed that some HIV infected children in South Africa, lived healthy lives, it actually turned out that their DNA built a anti-HIV defence, it helped...Read More...
Last Reply By Aiesha Trivino (Johnston Heights) · First Unread Post
Hey guys! For those of you who read my project plan, you know that I didn't pick a question yet. Now that I have, I can finally post my inquiry question; what causes people to believe in the supernatural? By this, I mean mythical and supernatural creatures that originated so many centuries ago. After doing 3 cycles on space related topics, I decided it was time for a change. If any of you have suggestions, please let me know!Read More...
Last Reply By Aiesha Trivino (Johnston Heights) · First Unread Post
Hi! As I mentioned in my project plan (a long time ago... heh), I would be reading Textual Poachers by Henry Jenkins to start my research on media fan culture. I actually had this post prepared a month ago, but for some reason I held off on posting it. Anyway, here it is! Stereotypes “ Get a Life!” is a skit performed on Saturday Night Live by William Shatner (Captain Kirk from Star Trek) in 1986. You can watch it here: http://www.dailymotion.com/vid...magzq_get-a-life_fun So this is how the...Read More...
Last Reply By Aiesha Trivino (Johnston Heights) · First Unread Post
My question is: " What is the lifecycle of a Nation?" For Cycle 4, I want to take a look at actual nations, rather than systems behind them (as opposed to 2 of my previous cycles). I was inspired by someone's post about how to improve Kenya through nationalization. It made me think about how countries develop and improve, but also how a country falls. I instantly connected this to a documentary I watched a long time ago called "Four Horsemen" which mentioned something about patterns in the...Read More...
Last Reply By Aiesha Trivino (Johnston Heights) · First Unread Post
So I've already done a bit of work on molecular deconstruction and quantum entanglement, but I wanted to revisit the topic and touch on the near impossibility of this. But note how I said "Near" impossibility. it could still be possible, with the only downside being how dangerous it is. There are many holes in this theory though, such as the possibility that every time you teleport, it really just makes a clone with your memories, and you are dead. Other theories state that it could...Read More...
Last Reply By Idan Treivish (Topham - Junior) · First Unread Post
Research cycle 2. Cultures refers to the collective deposit of knowledge,experience,beliefs,values,attitudes,religions,roles,special relations of the universe,meanings,hierarchies and also the material objects and occupation acquired by a great group of people in the course of generations through individual and group striving. Culture can also be symbolic communication and communication culture.I will deal with cultures existing at the following levels: The National level:Associated with one...Read More...
Last Reply By Aiesha Trivino (Johnston Heights) · First Unread Post
Although I will continue on the topic of teleportation, this will be my last post about wormholes . This is because wormhole travel is deadly. I'm talking about the blow-up-a-planet-after-every-use kind of deadly. Allow me to explain. When you take negative mass from the universe, the universe wants that mass back. And the more you take, the quicker Mr. Universe wants it back. If you keep a wormhole open long enough for a human to travel through, SpaceTime will take care of it. It will...Read More...
Last Reply By Aiesha Trivino (Johnston Heights) · First Unread Post
For this round of research, I wanted to see the possibility of completely phasing out heating and cooling. I decided to look at the time before air conditioning and its process to becoming what it is today. I also found how much the rest of the world relies on heating and cooling. Lastly, I looked at a super-efficient system that is only possible a long time from now. Temperature control has been around for thousands of years and has help humans progress significantly. The earliest form of...Read More...
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