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Sep. 21, 2013 5:16 pm
Spending my birthday with my dear in-laws, especially my bro Oct und Fumpfzein hoyte!  Read More
Dec. 27, 2010 7:50 pm
This is not exactly a comfortable subject for many people, but it is an important one.  With as many as 50% of men in their sixties and 90% in their seventies and eighties http://tiny.cc/7wrhp developing some symptoms of an enlarged prostate, its time to address the question of, How do you shrink an enlarged prostate?  Symptoms of an Enlarged Prostate First, a quick look at...  Read More
Nov. 6, 2010 8:41 pm
Robert Ardrey postulated that territory for early humans was a function of the pair bond. Extrapolating from stamping ground behavior of certain ungulates, wherein males possessed of territory ignored available females outside of their personal territory, he developed the idea that territory was not for sex but that sex was for territory. While early humans lived in communal groups, the greater...  Read More
Nov. 6, 2010 8:39 pm
The more strongly held an attitude is the more difficult it is to change also the greater lengths of time of view is held the more difficult used to change there are Cross links to other attitudes and behaviors a social identity an attitude that is publicly known is the most difficult to change there are three components to persuasion the messenger the message and the audience and this would be...  Read More
Sep. 17, 2010 2:26 am
The process of the application of the scientific method can be described as a feedback loop where in the output of one research question becomes the input of another. It has been said that with complex issues, the more answers that are found, the more questions that need to be asked. It is the important questions that are begged. The application of the scientific method is an incremental process...  Read More
Feb. 20, 2010 7:13 pm
Archaeological evidence places pottery making and food storage in northern Syria and eastern Anatolia at a very remote date. Technological improvements rapidly spread to the Danube valley. The outward spread of proto-civilization radiates from a center that would be today on the bottom of the “friendly” sea.  Read More
Feb. 6, 2010 11:53 am
opic> Today is my grandson’s eleventh birthday.  Read More
Feb. 4, 2010 10:31 pm
Had she lived, my daughter would have celebrated her 29th birthday today  Read More
Feb. 4, 2010 6:11 am
One of the most prominent motives of organizational members is the self interest motive. The discipline of economics provides useful concepts and tools for thinking about self interest motivated behavior. When individuals behave in ways that are consistent with their self interests, they are behaving rationally. The essence of rational behavior is the assumption that the individual has an...  Read More
Feb. 4, 2010 2:41 am
Is the answer to the Essene reaction to the mainstream cultural movement, which was expressed in oratorical conflict and consensus, in Israel psychological or sociological? Menachim Begin bought his cabinet and his party with a concession to end Saturday flights by EL-AL.  Read More
Jan. 26, 2010 2:20 pm
In the beginning there was Entropy.  Since entropy encompassed all, it was an infinite sphere.  As Entropy transcended itself through its internal identity the naval of the NON Individuality and Divergency were born, therefore this and that came to be such.  As thisness came to be itself and congealed it came to be the other to that and vice versa the opposition of thisness to thatness gave birth...  Read More
Jan. 22, 2010 12:08 am
In consideration of Aristotle's Categories, a definition of predication becomes even more necessary and mysterious than in Kant's critique Kart claimed that a predicate contained within The subject is meaningless, Aristotle claimed that The Two were mutually exclusive in That a characteristic, quality or condition (i. e. a subject) could not both be present in, as well as predicable of an object....  Read More

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