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replied the topic There were four basic tastes: sweetness, sourness, saltiness, and bitterness; but what do many now recognize as the fifth taste? created by andewande

The fifth tast is Umami.

1150 days ago
replied the topic Any suggestions of changing a new title for Euask? created by WiseCleaner_admin

Title should be:
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Ask your problem for learning & answer the others people problem for earning.

1163 days ago
replied the topic How to kill lizzards? created by andewande

Just change them every 3 or 4 weeks. Alternatively keep one variation of an anti-lizard spray handy and spray it around the house every week to keep your house lizard-free. In order to cut the food source of lizards in your house, you can install an UV insect trap to kill insects and bugs.

1173 days ago
replied the topic what things are beneficial to increase the blood flow in the body? created by expert102

10 super foods to help improve blood circulation
The following foods are thought to help healthy circulation

Oranges and other citrus fruits high vitamin C are natural blood thinners and are said to strengthen capillary walls and prevent plaque build-up which leads to poorer circulation.

Dark Chocolate
Cocoa contains flavonoids which is naturally found in plants and fruits and has been well linked to improving blood circulation. A study published in the Circulation Journal showed that dark chocolate rich in natural flavonoids improved blood circulation when compared with white chocolate with no flavonoids.

Cayenne pepper
Cayenne is available as a fresh pepper or dried spice and has been associated with increasing metabolic rate and strengthening arteries and blood vessels. Cayenne pepper is best eaten raw in salads or juiced.

Sunflower seeds
Sunflower seeds are rich in vitamin E which is shown to help keep blood clots from forming. They are great at helping improve circulation. Likewise so are foods such as olives, nuts and pumpkin seeds,

Root Ginger
Ginger is known for helping nausea and digestion problems as well as increasing blood circulation. Ginger can be eaten raw or added to foods or why not try ginger tea.

Garlic has many uses and one of them is it cleanses the blood and helps prevent plaque build-up. Other foods in the bulb group such as radishes, onions and leeks are also good at stimulating blood flow.

Ginkgo Biloba
One of the world's oldest surviving tree species, Ginkgo biloba dilates blood vessels and in doing so increases blood flow. It is also thought to increase blood flow to the brain.

Goji Berries
Goji berries can be found in natural health stores and look similar to raisins. They are high in fibre to help boost the immune system as well as increasing blood circulation.

Watermelons are rich in lycopene which is a natural antioxidant linked to improving circulation. Lycopene is a natural pigment which gives certain foods their reddish colour. Tomatoes, pink grapefruit and apricots also contain lycopene.

Salmon and avocados
Both salmon and avocados contain heart-healthy omega 3 fatty acids which research has shown to support the cardiovascular system and increase blood circulation.

1173 days ago
replied the topic what thing makes a man perfect? created by expert102

love, self-confidence, hard work, their skills, their achievements...................

1173 days ago
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Mr Checkhov!

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Doric, Ionic and Coninthian

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It will be stopped and of course it is better to be stopped because two antiviruses working together slows down ur pc or laptop

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Our tablets and smartphones are mini-computers that contain more computing power than astronauts took to the moon in 1969. But if we want to keep on increasing the amount of computing power we carry around in our pockets, how are we going to do it? There are only so many components you can cram on to a computer chip. Has the limit been reached, or is there another way to make a computer? Scientists are considering new materials, such as atomically thin carbon – graphene – as well as new systems, such as quantum computing.

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Open mook marks menu
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select export & save bookmarks anywhere in the harddrive..................

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By using mspot ,you can share your connection...........

1173 days ago
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The next task for the student is to form a hypothesis which tentatively answers his/her problem. Students should begin the experimental portion of their projects no later than the beginning of the spring semester so that they can be prepared to compete in local science fairs which usually begin in late March. The hypothesis should be testable in such a way that the student can design an experiment which will support or reject it. Once the student designs the experiment, data are collected and analyzed according to their procedure which will be presented in a written report. As recommended by Tant (1992), the most universally used format includes:

1. Title page

2. Abstract

3. Introduction

4. Literature review

5. Experimental procedures

6. Results

7. Discussion of results

8. Acknowledgment of assistance

9. References

Generally in March, schools and/or sponsors of local science fairs hold competitions where students have the opportunity to present their projects. The students' presentations consist of their written reports, a display board and interviews of the students by science fair judges who ultimately decide which students will receive prizes and advance to regional science fairs such as the one sponsored by the Los Angeles County Office of Education. The student report was explained previously and the display board is a graphical overview of the project. A standard display board--available at most office or art suppliers--should be decorated so that it communicates a summary of the project; it should “be clear, concise and visually pleasing” (Manning-Schwartz, 1997). The display board must prominently state the title or purpose of the project, include the abstract, use charts, graphs, diagrams and photographs, and be put together in such a way that “your audience should be able to tell at a glance what your project was about; what your hypothesis was; what you did to test it; and what the outcome was” (Manning-Schwartz, 1997). The interview gives the student the opportunity to present his/her research, experiment and conclusions to the judges, and allows the judges to look over the student's written report and to briefly question the student to clear up unanswered questions, suggest shortcomings, discuss alternatives, and provide encouragement for further research. The California State Science Fair (1997) suggested that its judges ask students the following questions:

How did you come up with the idea for this project?
What did you learn from your background search?
How long did it take you to build the apparatus?
How did you build the apparatus?
How much time (many days) did it take to run the experiments (grow the plants) (collect each data point)?
How many times did you run the experiment with each configuration?
How many experiment runs are represented by each data point on the chart?
Did you take all the data (run the experiment) under the same conditions, e.g., at the same temperature (time of day) (lighting conditions)?
How does your apparatus (equipment) (instrument) work?
What do you mean by (terminology or jargon used by the student)?
Do you think there is an application in industry for this knowledge (technique)?
Were there any books that helped you do your analysis (build your apparatus)?
When did you start this project? Or, how much of the work did you do this year? (Some students bring last year's winning project back, with only a few enhancements).
What is the next experiment to do in continuing this study?
Are there any areas that we do not have covered which you feel are important?
Do you have any questions for me? (

Once the interviews are completed, there is an award ceremony where students receive first place, second place, third place and honorable mention ribbons for each category, i.e., astronomy, botany, computer science, etc. There are also awards for “best in fair” which go to the very best projects regardless of category. Students can also win prizes such as cash awards, scholarships or educational merchandise such as computers and software. It is at this time that students are informed who will advance to the regional science fair.
Promotion of Students to Science Fairs

Local science fairs are usually held and sponsored by public and private primary and secondary schools to give the students within those schools the opportunity to do independent research and to decide which of their students' research is good enough to represent their school at the regional fair. The judges for local science fairs can be teachers, parents or volunteers from the community.

Most regional fairs have a junior division (grades 6-8) and a senior division (grades 9-12), and include participants from public and private schools as well as science clubs from within the regional boundary--usually county wide. Science fairs, such as the Los Angeles County Science Fair, can have nearly 1000 participants competing in 16 categories of science: Behavioral and Social Science; Biochemistry; Botany; Chemistry; Computers; Earth Science; Engineering Applications; Engineering Research; Environmental Science; Mathematics; Microbiology; Pharmacology; Physics and Astronomy; Physiology; Zoology; and Team Projects. Medallions are given for first through third place in each category along with $75, $50 and $25 respectively; there are also best in fair awards and thousands of dollars in scholarships specially awarded by sponsors. The first place winners of each category are advanced to the state fair (Los Angeles County Office of Education, 1997).

1188 days ago
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replied the topic How to cure muscular weakness? created by sam18

Muscle weakness, or myasthenia, is a decrease in strength in one or more muscles. It is a common symptom of muscular, neurological and metabolic disorders.

Muscular diseases, such as muscular dystrophy and dermatomyositis (disorder characterized by muscle inflammation), are common causes of muscle weakness. Other common causes include neurological disorders, such as Guillain-Barre syndrome (an autoimmune nerve disorder), amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease), stroke, and even a pinched nerve. The autoimmune neuromuscular disorder known as myasthenia gravis is accompanied by muscle weakness along with drooping eyelids and double vision.

Metabolic disorders, such as Addison’s disease and hyperthyroidism, can lead to weakness in one muscle or a group of muscles. In rare cases, muscle weakness may be a symptom of Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (an inherited disorder affecting the peripheral nerves). Other possible causes of muscle weakness include paralytic shellfish poisoning, botulism, and low levels of potassium in the blood.

Depending on the cause, weakness may occur in one muscle, a group of muscles, or all the muscles, and it may be accompanied by pain, atrophy, cramping, or other types of muscular symptoms.

In some cases, muscle weakness that happens suddenly, especially on one side of the body, can be a sign of stroke. If it occurs along with severe abdominal pain, it may by a symptom of botulism. Seek immediate medical care (call 911) if you, or someone you are with, have serious symptoms, such as a sudden change in vision, confusion, loss of consciousness for even a brief moment, severe abdominal pain, severe headache, and paralysis or inability to move a body part.

1194 days ago
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