May 2019

corruption is the misuse of public resources by those how are in power. there are many ways in which people in many backgrounds of the world believe that if a police officer who takes bribes from a matatu(passenger vehicle) taut is corrupt,but not the headteacher who takes a bribe to admit a child to school,even though the child have not qualified to join the school. The public officer who takes a bribe to render a surface in government office is corrupt.but not the official who demands...Read More...
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*Funny story- Two weeks ago, I had typed an entire introduction to my new research study on what influences a negative sex culture, on my phone, straight on the 'post' category on this website (Not a well thought out decision) as opposed to having a copy on my google doc. Then, only until a few days ago I noticed my post never actually went through, (by that I mean, I probably got distracted by a notification and left the page without realizing that I didn't actually click 'publish') So, I...Read More...
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Lung cancer in animals

Roba Abduba (Tigithi)
Hi guys today I will be checking on lung cancer in cats of which I was researching on: Lung cancer in cats Lung cancer is not common to cats as it is to dogs.But it is more fatal when it occurs in cats. Symptoms of lung cancer in cats The symptoms of lung cancer may depend on where the cancer originated though most of them are related to respiratory system. 1.Pain. 2.Difficult in breathing. 3.Rapid breathing. 4.Poor appetite. 5.Fever in some patients. 6.Coughing up blood. 7.Weight loss.Read More...
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The Connection between Beauty and Self Esteem As a society we value beauty? Whether it be a flower, a sunset, a car or a person. As a society we also value intelligence, kindness, strength, speed, humor, compassion, and creativity. What we choose to see or not, is influenced by family, peers, social media, marketing messaging and life experiences.(1) The value of beauty can turn into a quest to become beautiful. Sometimes we can start to understand that to be beautiful is to be valued. A...Read More...
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Hi ladies and gentlemen, i hereby come with a lot of apologies of being quiet for quite sometime but according to my findings and research this what i have compiled and came up with. ELEPHANTS AND MAMMOTHS 1.ELEPHANTS Elephants are large mammals,the current known elephant species are; (i) African bush elephant (i) African forest elephant (ii) Asian elephant All elephants have several distinctive features, the most notable of which is a long trunk, used for many purposes, particularly...Read More...
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BLUE LIGHT

Dorcas  Akinyi (Sweetwaters)
Hello everyone it has been a long time since I posted my research but am now back.I am still looking at the BLUE LIGHT in relation to the health of human beings. What’s blue light? Sunlight contains blue or green light, which gets the shortest wavelength but highest energy in the visible light spectrum. Where does it come from? Blue light comes from sunlight, and some other man-made sources like LED lighting and flat screen TVs, display screens of computers,laptops,tablets etc. Sun light is...Read More...
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There are many problems surrounding livers. The liver is a very important part of the body as it regulates glucose levels, detoxifies, makes vital proteins and does many more important things for our body. If the liver does not function properly you could be put in a life-threatening situation. While you are able to live with part of a liver and it can grow back to full size, no liver no life. Unfortunately for us, the liver is a very important part of the body we can’t live without and it...Read More...
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Hey, everyone today am talking about countries with high child trafficking. .1 Belarus Criminals smuggle other victims to Poland, Turkey and various countries in Eurasia and the Middle East. The women seeking foreign employment in the adult entertainment and hotel industries often fall prey to sex traffickers.The presidential rule condemns mothers and fathers (who have had their parental rights revoked) to necessary labor ; the government retains 70 percent of their wages. 2. Central African...Read More...
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Hello everybody, Sorry I haven't posted in quite a while, I've been at a bit of a lull in terms of my research as I am waiting for some survey results to come in. However, I dug up some new research on another type of personality test: The Big Five. The Big Five is a personality test that is considered to be more valid than MBTI, mainly because it assesses people using a range of traits, (2) rather than giving them four letters and placing them in a box. Many psychologists also believe that...Read More...
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First of all, I would like to say thank you to everyone who sent me information and links last post. They really helped me go into the right direction. However, the war between Modern North American Medicine (Which I am defining as whatever your GP would recommend) and Naturopathy (Specifically traditional medicine and plant usage for one's well being) can be a messy battlefield. Naturopathy articles themselves can often be very questionable... ...so, I've created a chart to help me stay...Read More...
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Round 1 Science of Beauty How does the brain decide what is beautiful? Some say "beauty is in the eye of the beholder” What are we looking at? What do we really see? According to wikipedia “Beauty" is an experience that often involves an interpretation of some entity as being in balance and harmony with nature , which may lead to feelings of attraction and emotional well-being . Anjan Chatter , a cognitive neuroscientist explored studies of how the brain responds to characteristics...Read More...
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Last Reply By Jasmine Paduraru (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hi everyone, for this post I will be sharing information about how much students use technology in their everyday lives. This week I watched a movie called Screenagers. This movie explores the impact that technology and screens have on teenagers. It was filled with lots of interesting information about how much kids and teenagers use screens, as well as how technology effects them, which is what I will be talking about in my next post. One of the things that stood out to me in the movie was...Read More...
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Artificial Organ Timeline

Haley Mills (LFAS)
1885 - “The first artificial Heart-lung apparatus for organ perfusion studies,” (Echo.gmu.edu, 2019) was built. The device works only with thinned out blood. It includes “heating and cooling chambers, manometers, and sampling outlets, which permits monitoring of temperature, pressure, and blood gases during perfusion.” (Echo.gmu.edu, 2019) (Doctors: M. Von Frey and M. Gruber, Location: Leipzig). First Artificial Heart: 1913 - The first idea of having an artificial kidney “made of collodion...Read More...
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