July 2017

Hi guys. How have you all been. Hope youve been great. Ive not updated you for weeks which was due to some misunderstandings here and there in our school. But now everything has been settled. last time posted I promised to research at how the earth is evolving; that is in terms of poverty.Here are some of the information I got from some articles. Research shows that Nearly 1 billion people have been taken out of extreme poverty in 20 years. The world should aim to do the same again and there...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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Hello all. been off so long but was busy doing more research on my project. I came by a certain story where one truth Anne Wafula a Kenyan knows too well "Disability is not Inability".Her story how she does her stuff on the track racing on a wheelchair which has become currently an inspiration to many and an indelible proff that if you focus on whats missing, you will never appreciate what you have. Having fought the stigma that comes with disability to build a career in sports, her services...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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Technique of how social media aids in the society and worldwide.

Hello everyone it feels good to be back after a long time of silence but despite that i was able to come up with other benefits that social media is offering us. Social media is well known world wide and it acts as an useful and open site where everyone can access it.More so it helps out with ways or ideas that might help an individual stuck in a certain situation. Its also a site where business can be run and of which various people can get to meet and interact so as to get to know each...Read More...
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SOCIAL MEDIA DEPRESSION

hello everyone, i was able to come up with ways of how we can cause Social media depression to ourselves and of how it could end us up in embarrassing incidences or scenes. Having social media accounts has its both positive and negative outcomes.For one, a positive outcome is when we make and meet new friend and also when keeping in touch with them. The negative tends to be more evident that it causes 'social media depression' as warned by a mental health expert. Not only does it cause...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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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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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...
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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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ORIGIN OF SOCCER (AGES INVOLVED IN SOCCER)

I wonder how sport started, what motivated the start and what are the things facilitated the start? Hi guys, i promised you that i will focus on ages that involved in soccer. From interviewing my fellow players in school, newspapers a'v gathered a lot of information. I understand that the ages involved in soccer game is the youth because if we consider a lot of games are being discovered by youths. I can say for example marble game (mostly played by children) it's a very ridiculous game that...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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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...
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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,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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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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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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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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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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Hey, everyone today I am taking about how child labor happens. It all include poverty,shortage of resources,scarce opportunities for decent employment, and lack of understanding about what child labor and why it can be harmful to children and to the social-economic development of communities and countries. Poverty of households. Households with low interest and salary that are living standards tend to invest less in their children's education and have a higher propensity to engage children...Read More...
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Hey everyone, today i am talking about child labour in agriculture. Gender characters determine occupations and tasks undertake by boys and girls, the conditions and hours of work, and educational opportunities.Agriculture is still a significant form of child labor in both and girls.Boys are more likely to undertake activities in agriculture (62.8% for boys versus 37.2% for girls) and industry (68.5% for boys versus 31.5% for girls), girls out number in services (47.4% for boys versus 52.6%...Read More...
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The reason as to why we do not get our drinking water from the ocean is that the desalination of water requires a lot of energy. Energy and technology to desalinate water are both expensive which means that desalinating water can be pretty costly and also prefered the use of local fresh water than to desalinate seawater. How energy is used to separate salt from water. There are two methods of breaking the bonds in saltwater which are; Thermal distillation. Membrane separation. Thermal...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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Hi everyone today i will research on how the whole world has avoided controling or they are not preventing the Ozone layer they are just destroying it. Newman and colleagues set out to predict ozone losses as if nothing had been done to stop them. The team started with the Goddard Earth Observing System Chemistry-Climate Model, an earth system model of atmospheric circulation that accounts for variations in solar energy, atmospheric chemical reactions, temperature changes and winds, and...Read More...
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