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Hemp Inflorescences

Hemp (Cannabis sativa) is produced for use in different things. Hemp is dealt with in food, prosperity things, clothing, ropes, common fixes, etc. Different parts of the coral plant are used to create different things. Hemp seeds are palatable and particularly nutritious. In any case, hemp contains only a hidden amount of THC, the guideline manufactured in weed, which gives people a “high.” Hemp contains almost no THC, so it is made without medicinal properties. What does Ayurveda say about hemp seed oil? In Ayurveda, hemp has a long tradition of use in both religion and medicine. It is mentioned in … Continue reading Hemp Inflorescences

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GLOW UP

What we as humans get most wrong most often is assuming we are better than those who came before us simply because we have made changes.  In some ways, we certainly have made changes for the better, but change in general does not automatically indicate betterment but only difference.  We may choose different paths than our predecessors, but these do not necessarily move us forward.  Instead of picturing progress as a straight line, it is perhaps more of a circular maze.  Humanity started out at the very center, and we find ourselves now in the midst of it, striving to … Continue reading GLOW UP

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SWAIN

you pick the funniest days to fight and i pick the worst ones to cry,so maybe that’s why we hold a little piece of each other at all times, becauseit can’t be easy to see just red in anger and yet feel love rip you apart like a bladeso we take breaks when we scream to keep ourselves from falling apartover missed texts, and low batteries. to the boy i think of when my screen flashes blue, and a little bit of him seeps through my heart;i hate smiling but god knows i steal laughterwhen it comes to you, and … Continue reading SWAIN

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Washrooms| NOT Safe for women|

What is the safest place for women in today’s world?. Why I need to think about this question so long??… I can’t consider the society, where every day they are raped by skunks. I can’t consider the homes, where every day they’re realized that they are only Girls……………. Then where???………. Sorry to say, but as far as I can see, the washroom is the safest place for them to survive…… Oh wait!!! I don’t think that’s either true anymore after the chandigarh University incident that recently took place where nude videos of girls bathing in their washrooms were leaked? They aren’t … Continue reading Washrooms| NOT Safe for women|

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Pretty

MOYOISAMAZING Your words hurt me- They break my heart and cut deeply through my skin.They make me feel like less of me-Thin;How ironic;A thin me makes for a pretty package, easier to cut through-normal; a proper female. —————- Your constant cuts make me want to change- indeed they force this change.But when I put in efforts I’ll hide them from you; Its worse when you know your words made me admit to being wrongly beautiful.If we lived in a world where we were allowed to write on our skin. I’d capitalize on my face, “Do not comment on me”. Continue reading Pretty

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THE STARBUCKS EFFECT

WEBNERBOB Often you see news stories that combine odd facts and statistics, and you wonder:  is the story reporting causation, or just correlation? Consider the so-called “Starbucks Effect.” If you’ve bought a house recently, you’ve probably used Zillow, a real estate website that provides lots of useful information about houses on the market with just a few keystrokes.    Zillow’s CEO and its chief economist, Spencer Rascoff and Stan Humphries, wrote a book called Zillow Talk: The New Rules of Real Estate that addresses the economics of home buying and home owning and attempts to answer questions that have long bedeviled home owners … Continue reading THE STARBUCKS EFFECT

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lust

Even though I try to fight it, my heart beat calls out your name, I try my best to resist you but it is just a futile game You are running through my veins, you are the air I breath, a night spent without you in my dream, is a night I can’t conceive. When I lay myself down to sleep, I close my eyes so tight, hoping that you will come to me every single night. Bring you to share my bed, to bring you into my waiting arms, so I can see your beautiful face and all your … Continue reading lust

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Expectations

Hey, so how you guys have been? , so today while I was sitting on the bed I thought of many things, and one of them was about “Expectations”, expectations so nowadays we can find so much stuff on the Internet, social media about it , never-ending things is an expectation, so many articles, blogs, videos, podcast and what not you will be seen on the Internet about expectation or expectation v/s reality check, Expectations are a strong belief that something will happen or be the case. More than anything else, our expectations determine our reality. And our expectations also … Continue reading Expectations

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People, trains, violence, rapes

People work their asses all their lives, save money, and invest it to buy things they worked their whole life for. And suddenly one day, a few guys, who have no conscience of what’s happening in the world, and without feeling guilty for their actions, get away with their crimes which have caused so much loss and suffering to normal people who had nothing to do with their business. I have seen news stories about violence and protests for the last 4 years, and while this may seem normal, what makes me sad is that the right to protest has … Continue reading People, trains, violence, rapes

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Appearances

No matter how many protestations we make against what we are or for what we would like to be, the truth remains, however much we might wish differently.  Wishing for change does little but hold our attention on self-perceived issues.  Without action one way or another, we find ourselves in a rut, if not a downward spiral.  The longer we allow ourselves to leave them as they are, the worse they become with time and opportunity added to the baggage for which we may punish ourselves for not utilizing.  Instead, we can use that focus proactively to either change our … Continue reading Appearances

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Truth and Intent

In an era which documents and then circulates nearly every action, why would someone lie?  With near certainty of exposure and the potential threat of very public consequences, the risks would seem to outweigh the benefits.  However, with the volume of information available and even more constantly bombarding us day after day, we must choose what to tune out and to what to give attention, allowing many shady and corrupt practices – though known – to disappear in the jumble.  We understand people lie, but with the high number of interactions in which we participate every day, we do not … Continue reading Truth and Intent

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Pornography should be Banned

To best confine the harms associated with pornography, I propose a regulatory ban on all forms of videographic pornography. This complete and total ban will simplify the application of the regulation. A more technocratic approach may allow for greater nuance but would almost certainly compromise privacy or be too complex for application. Just as obscene videographic content is removed from the internet by search engines and internet providers, under this regulation so too will all pornographic content. Opponents of this regulation will argue that a ban of pornography is an inappropriate limitation of freedom of expression. Is pornography an issue … Continue reading Pornography should be Banned

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Consequences of Outlawing Porn

Reblog: Reprobate As the British government continues to push through its Online Harms legislation, complete with a block on legally-produced adult material unless users and producers alike are prepared to jump through assorted ID hoops that risk both the privacy and the personal safety of the viewer, we might ask why no one – not the politicians, not the journalists cheering this on or the assorted age verification ambulance-chasers who have popped up to profit from the restrictions – is pausing to think about this. So far, there has been little mainstream coverage of the dangers of pushing porn back … Continue reading Consequences of Outlawing Porn

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Miscommunication leading to Misunderstanding

We all are human beings capable of communicating with each other. Some are good at it while some are not. The ones who are good at it get along with anyone easily and the ones who are not that good attract misunderstanding. We will see how we fall into misunderstanding. As I have observed, the ones who are not good at communicating think a lot. They are more concerned about how they are being perceived than how they are being. It is fine given they, as someone who finds it hard to understand people, are trying to understand other people … Continue reading Miscommunication leading to Misunderstanding

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How to Overcome Hopelessness

From time to time, we all go through feelings of hopelessness and melancholy. Feeling down and drained which leads to feeling isolated is a natural response of our body letting us know that we are overworking ourselves, both mentally and physically. That’s why, I wanted to share with you some ways on how to overcome those emotions. DO ACTIVITIES THAT UPLIFT YOU When you feel you are at your lowest point, do activities that uplift you whether it’s a hobby of yours or things that you enjoy doing. For instance, I tend to gravitate towards art and nature when I … Continue reading How to Overcome Hopelessness

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Loosing someone

I have been up all night listening songs, thinking about upcoming days, and thinking loosing someone you have gained is really sensitive, hard, painful and that makes me numb, exactly feels like a hot sunny day in a beach and the cool water waves want’s to meet the hot sand but they aren’t meeting each other, feels like fire needs an ice but instead someone is playing with the ice, uselessly instead of solving the problem going on. Loosing someone is really painful, someone who used to talk to in school, see everyday in school, “lost” this word is really … Continue reading Loosing someone

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SHE

SHE sees how her stomach looks when she’s standing in her bra. She sees how her face looks without any make up on. She sees how her chin looks when she looks down at her reflection. She sees how her arms sag when she has them up. She sees how her thighs jiggle when she walks or runs. She seethes how her boobs look when she’s wearing a top. She sees how her face looks when she washes her face. She sees how her legs look when she looks at all her scars. She sees how her hair looks when … Continue reading SHE

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Abortion Rates and Contraceptives

Over the past couple of days, I have researched abortion rates in relation to contraceptive access and abortion policies in the United States. Well, what do all these topics have to do with one another? I assumed that if women lacked access to contraceptives, then abortion rates would be higher in those communities. Where abortion policies were strict, then abortion rates would be low in those communities. However, results surprised me quite a bit. What are Contraceptives? What are the Different Types? In the United States, the FDA has approved 18 different types of contraceptives, also known as birth control. … Continue reading Abortion Rates and Contraceptives

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Book Review: It ends with us

I ended up not enjoying this book as much as I liked others as, I thought that it was cliché and not developed enough to handle the difficult topics that it wanted to. The biggest issue I have with this book is how it deals with serious topics in a way that is, in my opinion, too romanticized. This begins with the synopsis, which advertises it as a sort of love triangle, to the inclusion of Atlas and the subplot involving him. The book does firmly establishes his behavior as abusive, I will give credit where it is due. I’ll … Continue reading Book Review: It ends with us

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Book Review: The finance curse and the British Economy

Book Review Credits: The next wave I read The Finance Curse a while ago but have only just got round to constructing a review. The book, by Nicholas Shaxson, was published in 2018, and is about the effects of an over-developed finance sector on the British economy. As you read it, you realise also that it explains the political economy of the United Kingdom. By political economy, I mean that it describes the workings of the UK in a way that makes otherwise apparently irrational political decisions make sense, at least on their own terms. Bloated finance sector In short, the book … Continue reading Book Review: The finance curse and the British Economy

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Abortion Rulings: Roe V Wade Case

Credits article by :Fish Of Gold I wasn’t going to write on this subject, because it makes me so furious that I couldn’t avoid writing it. Just a word of warning, this post will contain a lot of swearing, because how can it fucking not. If you haven’t been paying attention to the American news, a draft of a majority SCOTUS opinion written by supreme asshat Justice Samuel Alito was leaked to the press. You can read all 98 pages of it here if you enjoy reading legalese hogwash written by an elitist, condescending jackass who doesn’t even have his own uterus. … Continue reading Abortion Rulings: Roe V Wade Case

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Sometimes I hate writing

I hate writing!.  Yes, the girl who does a lot of writing, hates writing.  I have my reasons…which I now have to write about!.  To begin with, and despite what people think, I am not a good writer. I can write in my head and it sounds wonderful but let me loose near a blank page and I fill that page with absolute mush and garbage. Just anything. Just rubbish that’s full of poorly executed paragraphs and sentences that dearly wish to be somewhere else. And don’t get me started on grammar and spelling.  I find it frustrating. I know … Continue reading Sometimes I hate writing

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Wine and Stagflation

CREDITS: MIKE VESETH THE WINE ECONOMIST The conventional wisdom is that we are likely entering the first significant period of stagflation — inflation + stagnant economic growth — in several decades.  We have experienced recessions in the recent past, but not rising inflation, and not the two of them at once. Inflation is in the headlines every day, but unemployment is very low — so why worry about slow growth or a recession? The answer is that while Federal Reserve policies will try to finesse the situation and bring inflation down to a “soft landing,” most observers think that a … Continue reading Wine and Stagflation

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Inflation and Stagflation: Difference?

As most of you have not doubt heard, inflation rates are being measured at levels we have not seen since early in the Reagan Administration. That was the “hell to pay” period in which the the no-nonsense Chairman of the Federal Reserve did the hard work to wring inflation out of the system in a way that held for the next forty years. But now people are starting to talk about “Stagflation”, which seemed like a good idea to wade back into this area for a little more “inflation education”. Lots of people use these terms and very few really … Continue reading Inflation and Stagflation: Difference?

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Humour of opinion

What one notices another never considers. What each person finds important. I suppose, there are various reasons people blog, but I think the two main ones are to make money and to share ideas and observations.  The first I get, and as such, know the writer is subject to the audience’s approval, but some are looking only for substance: real substance.  The second I gather some have discovered a better way to share with others, perhaps reaching a larger audience, and they wish to communicate areas of interest or importance, perhaps both..  And among those are some quite well-thought articles, … Continue reading Humour of opinion

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Book Review: Without Merit

Author: Colleen Hoover Published October 3rd 2017 by Atria Books “The Voss family is anything but normal. They live in a repurposed church, newly baptized Dollar Voss. The once cancer-stricken mother lives in the basement, the father is married to the mother’s former nurse, the little half-brother isn’t allowed to do or eat anything fun, and the eldest siblings are irritatingly perfect. Then, there’s Merit. Merit Voss collects trophies she hasn’t earned and secrets her family forces her to keep. While browsing the local antique shop for her next trophy, she finds Sagan. His wit and unapologetic idealism disarm and … Continue reading Book Review: Without Merit

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New world bullies and Media responsibilities

Credits: Forestwood The full attention of the media has moved from the pandemic to Ukraine. It is undoubtedly a concern with diabolical implications for global safety. But it also is a godsend for the media as listeners who had tuned out, weary of hearing about Covid tune in again. Simplistically, it raises media revenue through a higher number of viewers or listeners and associated advertising.  Putin is, according to accounts I have heard, a hell-bent dictator with dated geopolitical aspirations, who’s prepared to go to any length to secure his borders/economic and security interests/wealth. However, I note there is almost … Continue reading New world bullies and Media responsibilities

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On periods and dudes who fear them

So today I had to see what is probably a joke about men’s attitudes towards periods, but which also might be a really stupid take about periods from some man on the internet, and I thought that was as good an excuse as any to talk about conceptions of menstruation in the medieval period. In theory, we have come a long way towards understanding how and why uterus’s bleed. In practice there’s a sad number of guys like this out in the world who just…feel the need to say things like this: Now even though this take is allegedly satirical, … Continue reading On periods and dudes who fear them

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Healing wounds with power of electricity

Once upon a time, even a simple cut or scrape could be a death sentence. Before germ theory and today’s scientific understanding of medicine, infections ran rampant and took many lives. While we’re now well-armed with disinfectants, dressings, and antibiotics, scientists are continuing to investigate new and unique methods to improve the treatment of wounds. As it turns out, a little electricity might actually help wounds heal faster. Zap! The bandages come in two designs for treating circular or linear wounds. Credit: Research paper Past research has found that the application of electric current may actually assist in the wound healing process. … Continue reading Healing wounds with power of electricity

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Economic cost and benefits of war

Every war we choose to fight costs us. The cost can be much greater than the benefit. We may then erroneously conclude that peacetime brings prosperity. But that conclusion would also be false. War has an economic burden that must be weighed against the future benefits that the war may bring. War destroys capital that has been accumulated through prior economic activity. The true purpose of war, however, is not to destroy prior economic activity, but to gain from it. Defence economics is an area of national defence that concerns itself with the economic costs and benefits of military expenditure. This encompasses … Continue reading Economic cost and benefits of war

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If high culture is like a gourmet meal, folk culture like a home-cooked dinner.

If high culture is like a gourmet meal, folk culture like a homecooked dinner, and pop culture is like junk food, what is social media? We live in a culture that is quick to accept something simply because it is popular. Today, we often consider a cultural expression a “classic” simply because millions of people like it, not because it was necessarily good. How does this play into the phenomenon of social media? Do millions of people use it because it is good, or is it considered good because millions of people use it? Where does social media fit in the cultural spectrum? To take a … Continue reading If high culture is like a gourmet meal, folk culture like a home-cooked dinner.

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How does Direct Selling contribute to Indian Economy?

Direct selling is worth millions in India. But its worth to the economy is the impeccable support it has given to the marginalized groups. Anybody can carry out a direct selling business. People who have a business and regular jobs are doing direct selling business in India. The significant impact is what the industry has done for women empowerment. Also, it supports people in rural areas to step into business. When more small-scale business gets started in the country, it is beneficial in many ways. More businesses bring more money and consumption to the economy. A high level of financial activities … Continue reading How does Direct Selling contribute to Indian Economy?

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14/07/2021

I am sitting with the rain, feeling its love, loving it in turn. I am finding beauty again. The bed sheets are washing. Life. The gift prevails. Sheets of rain now cleansing the tall trees. This is a special day, as they all are of course, but today’s moments are more present to me. I feel it all out there waiting. Each drop a revelation. I make the bed with the clean sheets. Aware. Aware.  They smell clean and fresh. Soft softness in the smell, in the light outside, in my heart.  And still the revelations of the universe come … Continue reading 14/07/2021

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Mississippi Abortion laws

What is this case all about? The Mississippi law, which makes most abortions illegal after 15 weeks of pregnancy, is a direct challenge to Roe v. Wade.  Roe, is the 1973 decision that established a constitutional right to abortion and barred states from banning the procedure before fetal viability. At stake is the state’s right to legislate abortion. Is abortion really a constitutionally protected right? According to New York Times reporter, Carl Hulse, the Supreme Court is likely to release its decision in the case at the end of its term in June or early July. In the meantime, America … Continue reading Mississippi Abortion laws

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Embrace the failure

How many of us are afraid of failure? Why do you need to embrace it and pass through the dip?  “If you don’t make mistakes, you’re not working on hard enough problems. And that’s a big mistake.” -FRANK WILCZEK, 2004 Nobel Prize winner in physics  You do work and when it doesn’t work out according to your plan then try out the next work. There is no escape from running away from your work and if you do so, then you are not a professional. A child when born fails so many times and that is how a kid learns … Continue reading Embrace the failure

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Making Ice Cream without a Refrigerator

  Technology, migration and explorations have tremendously changed what we eat. The story of the evolution of ice cream is one such story. Ice cream is one of the most wonderful human creations. Today, ice cream is a $66 bn industry, and is still growing. But when it started spreading around the world, it wasn’t meant for everyone to consume. It was considered a royalty, until some enterprising individuals decided to make it available for the masses, very much similar to the history of sugar. So, what does the history of ice cream look like? And how exactly did they make … Continue reading Making Ice Cream without a Refrigerator

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How china made sri lanka bankrupt

Credits: Ground Report, India Ground Report | New Delhi: Srilanka Bankrupt; China’s indebted Sri Lankan economy is going through a very bad period. Inflation has risen so much that people are finding it difficult to buy food. The Corona pandemic has left the treasury empty. Foreign exchange reserves have reached a 10-year low. In such a scenario, it has become difficult for Sri Lanka to repay the debt and it may go bankrupt in 2022. Sri Lanka’s Department of Census and Statistics announced that the overall rate of inflation for February 2022, as measured by National Consumer Price Index (NCPI) … Continue reading How china made sri lanka bankrupt

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The Metaverse

Mental Health and Virtual Reality – Do they Mix? The metaverse is a virtual-reality space in which users can interact with a computer-generated environment and other users. People will be able to wear a device or log onto a platform on their computer or television and enter the metaverse. What you will be able to do in VR is endless. Imagine being able to play table tennis, hang out with friends at virtual bars or go hiking on your favorite Appalachian trail. Everything you’ve always wanted to do in real life, you will be able to do so in the … Continue reading The Metaverse

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Book Review: November 9

Fallon O’Neil is a young woman who meets a boy while at lunch with her Dad. The boy inserts himself into her life and they fall in love almost instantly. What they decide on, however, is to only spend one day of the year together and have no communication in-between. That day is November 9th. Originally, Fallon hates the day because it is the anniversary of the house fire that almost took her life, but Ben changes that. The story is gripping and completely unique.  * Believe it or not, this was my first Colleen Hoover book. Her name kept … Continue reading Book Review: November 9

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Ignorance is Not Bliss

How many of us here are guilty of assuming people`s gender based on their appearances, dressing styles, hair, makeup, speech, etc.? Why is he walking like this, he definitely would be into boys. He`s wearing such girly colors and has such weird hair. Why does she dress like a boy; is she into girls; no boy would marry her. Such thinking comes to us so naturally, homophobia runs in our veins and we are so wired to think in the gender binary construct even when there is knowledge of other genders being around. The main reason for deliberate ignorance is … Continue reading Ignorance is Not Bliss

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When exams come over

I always thought the concept of academic validation was one of the most relatable things there could be and it actually is. I got the portions and timetable for my exam yesterday and to say i’m stressed,,, would be an understatement. I don’t even remember how to study ?? open the book and start taking notes ?? its been a while since i actually and genuinely sat down and studied and I’m pretty sure many of the people around me feel the same way. thankfully ( and like always) it’s not too late to start studying, preparing, and stuff and i hope I’ll be able … Continue reading When exams come over

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My generation

My generation is a quiet rebellion,a monster without a face,but a monster with a heart. have you ever heard the storyof the bagpiper of Hamelin?he was the first #influencer,the first to have a rat racefollow himwe grew up on that tale. we were throwninto fairytales, andraised with hope,no one to tell us that sometimesthe moon won’t come out,the magic won’t make it till midnight,that sometimes, Alice won’t goto Wonderland,she will be far too tiredto follow curiosity we weren’t told thatone day instead of saying“once upon a time, there was kind girl”,the grown-ups will suddenly switch to“life isn’t a fairytale, you … Continue reading My generation

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Book review: Holding up the universe

A couple months ago, I tried to read All The Bright Places which is written by Niven as well. However, as beautiful and as touching as the book is, I couldn’t get through the whole thing after finding out how it ended, because I have personal issues with the subject matter that the book covers. As a result, I ended up only reading chunks of the story. So recently, I decided to try out Holding Up The Universe and found that I enjoyed it a lot. I’ve said this many times, but I’ll say it again – if a book has strong characterization … Continue reading Book review: Holding up the universe

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What is Inflation? It is not that scary

What is inflation? Inflation, while important, is often used as a marketing board in the financial industry. Before selling your fixed deposit, insurance, funds, or even buying stocks, you will first move out of the inflation threat. In fact, apart from stocks, there are many financial products that are not necessarily anti-inflationary. In particular, there are some financial products with low returns and even far more dangerous than inflation, and they will use inflation as a marketing slogan. All in all, if you know inflation, it’s actually not that scary. At the moment of writing, toilet paper has recently risen … Continue reading What is Inflation? It is not that scary

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Brain Drain

Brain Drain in a nation happens when the country’s intense residents who have imagination and virtuoso withdraw for other better nations abroad to improve working freedoms. This relocation and take off of talented people are known as Brain Drain. Cerebrum Drain can be a crucial misfortune to a country since it loses a lot of proficient individuals, who might have in any case contributed altogether to the country’s monetary and logical accomplishments. Brain Drain can reach out over different degrees dependent on their inclination. The normal sorts of cerebrum channel incorporate – Organizational Brain Drain, geological mind channel, and mechanical … Continue reading Brain Drain

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How to create NFT?

Rarible has been one of the most popular NFT market place. The site has seen tremendous popularity thanks to the feature which lets people create and sell their own NFTs. Steps to create and sell your own NFT Firstly, you would need a Rarible account. The site lets you sign in through multiple ways such as: Metamask Torus Beacon Blocto Mobile Wallet Portis Coinbase My Ether Wallet Fortmatic If you have one of these accounts, you can easily login and create your own NFTs. Since, Metamask is the most popular crypto-wallet, we will use it to login and then create NFTs. … Continue reading How to create NFT?

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Tech Monopolies

Google is by all practical definitions a monopoly, and they control the very markets they “work” in. They make the decisions and they decide who wins and loses. They also own 90% of the Ad marketplace and systems in place for it. And not only that, but they have actually underbid competitors in markets and WON, because they control the marketplace they are using to do the bidding. This only scratches the surface of the issues involved with Google, and they are being taken to task for it in lawsuits. The government MUST break up Google and punish them for … Continue reading Tech Monopolies