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Philosophy Assignment CalculatorHaving trouble getting long term assignments done? Try this calculator out. It will automatically begin with today's date. Then put in the date the assignment is due. Click and voila. After terrifying school massacre, Peshawar teachers pack guns - CNN.com In one of the desk's drawers, within easy reach of Abdul Saeed's right hand, lies a fully loaded pistol. A teacher for 15 years, Saeed argues that bringing a gun to school reassures his students, who are still terrified after a brazen attack on the Army Public School and Degree College in December, when Taliban militants stormed the building and massacred dozens of students during a six-hour siege. "They would look to the door every time they heard a sound. Now when they see me wearing a gun, they need not worry and can focus on the task at hand, which is to educate themselves," Saeed says. READ: Stunned by loss, so much blood, sorrow School security increased

Heritage places and lists There are many different lists or registers of natural, historic and Indigenous heritage places throughout Australia. These are not comprehensive lists of heritage places, but lists of the places that have been identified and recorded up to the present time. A heritage register listing will usually include the location of a place, ownership and title details, a description of the place, and sometimes a statement of significance explaining why the place is important.

Neurophenomenology: Holistic Understandings of the Person in Cognitive Anthropology 1. Introduction: Francisco Varela points out in his book “The Embodied Mind”, for almost all of human history, our view of ourselves has been dominated by spontaneousunderstanding; a folk model born out of experience of how we interact with theworld. Doctors claim jab can regenerate damaged tissue after one injection Pioneering stem cell treatment could avoid thousands of hip replacements Five NHS hospitals will trial jabs which have potential to be 'life-changing'Doctors claim jab can regenerate damaged tissue after just one injection Patients often face years of pain before having a hip replacement By Katherine Keogh and Paul Dinsdale For The Mail On Sunday Published: 22:08 GMT, 31 January 2015 | Updated: 12:33 GMT, 1 February 2015 A pioneering stem cell treatment could avoid thousands of hip replacements – by helping patients 'regrow' damaged bone.

The Creative World The Venus Project is a vision that promotes some tremendous master plan for the future human civilization to design a modern high tech city including its architectures and living,transportation,space stations and housing on and under the seas. The vision of the future technology was first initiated by Jacque Fresco and his partner Roxanne Meadows around 1975. Later they founded the The Venus Project, Inc in 1995 in Venus, Florida, where its 21-acre (8.5-hectare) research center is located to showcase the architecture and concepts of the future construction including residential architecture, transportation system and renewable energy sources. Now lets see what Jacque Fresco’s Venus project designed the major architectures and the living of future civilizations. Future City System

The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland - Overview The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef ecosystem on earth and one of the best managed marine areas in the world. At 348 000 square kilometres, the reef is one of the richest and most diverse natural ecosystems on Earth. The Great Barrier Reef attracts more than 1.6 million visitors each year, contributes more than $5 billion to the Australian economy, and generates about 63,000 jobs. The fact sheet below provides more information about one of the world's most important environmental assets. Fact sheet - The Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area The unique qualities of this property were recognised in 1981 when it was inscribed on the World Heritage List.

Tolerance What is Tolerance? Tolerance is the appreciation of diversity and the ability to live and let others live. It is the ability to exercise a fair and objective attitude towards those whose opinions, practices, religion, nationality and so on differ from one's own.[1] As William Ury notes, "tolerance is not just agreeing with one another or remaining indifferent in the face of injustice, but rather showing respect for the essential humanity in every person."[2] Intolerance is the failure to appreciate and respect the practices, opinions and beliefs of another group. Today’s Front Pages Anyone seeking permission to use or reproduce the front page of a newspaper featured in our Today’s Front Pages online gallery must contact the newspaper’s publisher directly. U.S. copyright laws apply. The Newseum DOES NOT provide access to front pages from previous dates. The archives include dates of historical significance only. The Newseum is not responsible for the content on the front pages. To protect the Newseum’s agreement with the newspapers featured in the gallery, a watermark is occasionally instituted during news events of historic significance.

Field Season IV Jo Anne Van Tilburg, Ph.D. Easter Island Statue Project Conservation Initiative Preliminary Report July-August 2011 Project Target Statues Categories 1. Category Systems 1.1 Aristotelian Realism Philosophical interest in categories may be traced back to Aristotle who, in his treatise Categories, attempts to enumerate the most general kinds into which entities in the world divide. He does not begin from a single highest kind, but rather lists the following as the ten highest categories of things “said without any combination” (Categories 1b25):

Young people are setting up workers’ co-operatives to fight against inequality Rent and property prices are not the only thing stacked against young people. Low wages and insecurity in competitive job markets – be they creative or in the third sector – are extending further into graduates’ working lives. Rather than a youthful rite of passage, zero-hours contracts and low pay are now a regular feature of certain professions well into people’s 30s. Academia is the example par excellence. Once prestigious, secure and well paid; today, while the prestige remains, the pay and security of the next generation of academics has fallen off a cliff.

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