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6 Pointers on How to Talk to Your Kitty

6 Pointers on How to Talk to Your Kitty

Many people who have good friends that are cat lovers tend to struggle with why they get so attached to these felines. But one of the things that non cat people have trouble understanding is the ability to communicate with cats. To most people, they like to compare how cats …

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Why Socrates Hated Democracy

Why Socrates Hated Democracy

All across the ages, people have always searched for reasons to distrust governments based on democracy. It is no secret that societies from the west have placed a supreme value on democracy, but this has not always been the case. In fact, a few of history’s greatest thinkers had some …

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Reasons Why Smart People Do Foolish Things

Reasons Why Smart People Do Foolish Things

Most likely, all of us know somebody who is very intelligent, but for some reason, does amazingly stupid things.  Often times, these silly things are objects of fun and humor.  But what does it really mean for someone to be considered smart or intelligent? Generally speaking, we use these terms when we describe …

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Meditation Could Prevent Heart Disease

Meditation Could Prevent Heart Disease

Experts are now telling us that meditation could very well help prevent heart disease. Amazing how each one of us could set aside twenty or thirty minutes each day to meditate and calm our minds, and that activity could provide long term benefits such as improving our heart health. Yet …

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Moore’s Law is Dead Claims Nvidia CEO

Moore’s Law is Dead Claims Nvidia CEO

If you were not aware, the famous Moore’s Law is not relevant anymore. This is because GPUs are progressing at a lot quicker rate than CPUs. This happens to be the big message from the CEO of Nvidia Jensen Huang. He made this statement while attending the 2017 GPU Technology …

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The Opioid Effect on Social Life

Opioid Effect on Social Life

Have you ever considered the opioid effect on social life in America? When you consider that painkiller prescriptions have tripled nationwide, it is easy to understand how opioids are viewed upon as the villain. Sadly, we have seen policy makers and research pay much less attention to the social losses …

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