Month: September 2019

Millennials are the polarizing generation. They lead the way in a lot of trends, ideas and innovations; yet they frustrate other generations. Many media outlets run stories on Millennials which contain stereotypes about avocado on toast or the fact they don’t drink alcohol. However, some of the sweeping generalizations are incorrect and today’s list looks
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Murder is an all too common occurrence, and it can be carried out in a multitude of ways. The phrase “murder weapon” generally conjures mental images of firearms, knives, blunt objects, and so forth, but what about water? Simple water. Murders by drowning happen, too, and they can be hard to prove. Killing someone by
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Workplace accidents are a common occurrence. There are many dangerous jobs, which tend to have higher salaries to make up for the risk. Policemen, firefighters, bodyguards, and stuntmen are only a few examples of life-threatening professions. However, purposely avoiding dangerous professions is far from a safety guarantee. Anyone can end up in the wrong place
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Every singleton experiences veiled insults and pressure about their relationship status. The real picture is far more serious. Unmarried individuals face discrimination when they travel, use facilities and when the taxman knocks. More disturbingly, studies have found that people do not take happiness or success seriously in the spouseless. Additionally, a researcher nearly lost her
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The term “apophenia” is defined as the tendency to see things that are not really there. Seeing figures in the clouds or a face in some random object are examples of apophenia. While this error usually has no serious consequences, sometimes it does; even soldiers have confused simple natural phenomena with enemy attacks.[1] It happens
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