Human Interest News

21 Jan 19
TodayGhanaNews

EXCLUSIVE: RAWLNGS INSTIGATES BEN KUNBUOR, ALHAJI PMC, NUAMAH DONKOR AND OTHERS TO FORM A NEW PARTY LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OF THE MEDIA My attention has been drawn to a news item trending on social media, dated 21st January, 2019 and attributed to ghananewsonline. The said news item conveyed malicious, fabricated and vicious attributes to me; […]

21 Jan 19
Not My First Rodeo

I have posted at length here and here and here about the presence and work of “evil spirits” in the world, their likely origins and their goal in eternity. In the light of what I posted there I sought out the prayers used daily by Auxiliam Christianorum in dealing with oppression and the work of […]

21 Jan 19
National Post

Shutting down Canadian oil does not reduce global oil consumption — it only increases the Saudis’ market share

21 Jan 19
adroitkey

A binary option is a financial exotic option in which the payoff is either some fixed monetary amount or nothing at all. They are also called all-or-nothing options, digital options (more common in forex/interest rate markets), and fixed return options (FROs). Binary Options became famous globally especially after the advent of binary options exchanges. In […]

21 Jan 19
Woman Aloud

Love’s the only engine of survival – Leonard Cohen, The Future 60 Minutes is almost always interesting, and occasionally infuriating. But Sunday, January 13, 2019, it rose to heights that resonate specifically with my interest in the mysteries of the consciousness and cognition, and how love and compassion seem to endure in the worst of times. First, the […]

21 Jan 19
Grumpy Opinions --

In 1962, Rachael Carson published a book, “Silent Spring,” – which was basically a treatise, where Ms Carson contended that the entire ecosystem was adversely affected by the indiscriminate use of pesticides, particularly, DDT. Using “Silent Spring” as a metaphor, her premise was that the adverse environmental effects were so catastrophic that conceivably, some day, spring, when […]

21 Jan 19
The HAPS Blog

Back in October, I shared a personal anecdote in part 1 “The Rule of Threes: Self-care advice for the A&P instructor”. In the post, I mentioned a list I created over the summer while preparing for the fall semester. This list included three behaviors to stop and three behaviors to start, both for the sake […]

21 Jan 19
Russia News Now

The weather is the effective change-agent, not we nor our politicians(Image by Art by Nick Roney)   Details   DMCA – Advertisement – As Trump projects his Imperial power in the direction of our southern border, demanding to reinforce its security by building a wall, the real threat to America’s safety weather terrorism (Bruno Latour’s term for […]

21 Jan 19
My Writing Portfolio

Chatbots are changing the electronic commerce industry for the better, by improving consumer experiences, thus contributing to the continued growth of the industry. Chatbots have been used in the eCommerce trade since 2016 and will be utilized in 2019 and beyond, which will enable them to become more advanced and serviceable. Chatbots use neural networks […]

21 Jan 19
Thoughts and Afterthoughts

Picture yourself a scene identical to the Gare de Lyon rail accident. There is a brakeless commuter train heading towards the train station that is about to collide with a stationary outbound train, killing 56. Now, for the sake of this discussion, let’s add one minor, but significant change. You’re standing next to a switch/button […]

21 Jan 19
Jemma Balmer

It’s a fascinating experience when someone famous turns out not to be who you thought they were. Where image, values and persona are carefully manufactured by the media machine, when someone acts out of what we think their ‘character’ is, we catch ourselves. We’ve seen it happen with Kevin Spacey, Casey Affleck, Brett Kavanaugh, Lena […]

21 Jan 19
Serapeion Humanitas

Hello everyone! To start this new year I am back with another contribution to the current book review series. This time we will leave Latin America for a while to focus on the Soviet Union and its history. One of the most intriguing historical processes of the 20th century is the fall of the Soviet […]

21 Jan 19
For the Love of Books

  He’s the hot-as-sin rocker hiding a secret that would devastate his fans. She’s the only girl he’s ever loved, but keeping her safe means he had to walk away… Only Ever You, an all-new second chance standalone from USA Today bestselling author Siobhan Davis is coming February 28th, and we have the sexy new […]

21 Jan 19
ribbon&ink

Not everyone feels the need to categorise their reading, but as lovers of lists, organisation and in-depth conversations, the obvious conclusion for over a year’s worth of reading was to create our own book awards. Again, not fans of doing things by halves, we thought up an extensive list of categories, and then individually decided […]

21 Jan 19
Niagara At Large

How Climate Change is Affecting Ice on Lake Superior   By Lianna Lopez,  York University for the Canada/U.S. International Joint Commission From the International Joint Commission’s newsletter Great Lakes Connection Posted January 21st, 2019 on Niagara At Large Changes in lake ice tell a story about a region’s climate. The time when lake ice freezes […]