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replied the topic How many siblings do you have? created by moniter

Simply by virtue of being a couple's first child, a firstborn will naturally be a sort of experiment for the new parents, a mixture of instinct and trial-and-error. Perhaps this will cause the parents to become by-the-book caregivers who are extremely attentive, stringent with rules, and overly neurotic about the minutiae. This in turn may cause the child to become a perfectionist, always striving to please his parents.

In contrast, if the couple decides to have a second child, they might raise their second-born with less of an iron first due to their experiences raising their firstborn. They might also be less attentive to the second-born since there's another child competing for attention, and they probably will be less inclined to impulsively dial 911 every time the child breaks a sweat. This may cause the second-born to be less of a perfectionist but more of a people-pleaser due to the lack of attention he gets in comparison to his older sibling.

In short, it's not necessarily the fact that a child came out of his mother's womb first that he grew up to be a leader who talks a blue streak. Rather, it's the fact that his parents treated him as their firstborn child that shaped his attitude and behavior.

792 days ago
replied the topic Who is the closest friend you’ve ever had? Describe that relationship. created by shahab

My best friend is like a brother to me. My great friend is... well, a great friend. I share every level of silly/random with them, as they do to me. We also talk about more serious issues, when they come up. I share mine more with my best friend than my great friend, however. I see my great friend probably at least once a month. He is in walking distance. He has ADHD and can act like a know it all. He's also a salesman. He can get on my nerves in large quantities. My best friend I see about every other week or so. He lives about 20 minutes away from me. If I am around him constantly, (like in the past with staying over each others houses for a week) we can get at each others throats. I don't talk to my great friend online much. I don't get on messengers often, and he doesn't pay attention to his... despite being nearly constantly on. He also doesn't usually type coherently on them. I speak to my best friend more online, but that too is somewhat limited. Recently I have texted him more over my phone due to a new plan/phone... if that counts as "Online" The only boundaries "set" to my knowledge are the obvious ones, like sexual ones. We don't really care about boundaries in general. Thats partly why we are such great friends. We can just be ourselves.

792 days ago
replied the topic answers these questions created by metab

At amusement parks, are you drawn more to the scariest roller coaster or the tamest merry-go-round? Why?
Totally scared of roller coasters. I’d be more drawn to the tamest merry-go-round.
. When’s the last time you square-daned or line-danced? Rate your dancing ability on a scale of 1 to 10.
Never, ever.
. What are some of the wildest animals you’ve ever touched?
Probably sharks and stingrays in a touch tank at an aquarium
. How many hours do you spend on your computer each day? How much time do you spend “surfing the Web”?
I’m on a computer all day every day whether it’s at home or at work. At home I probably spend a solid 3 hours on the computer during an average day. It’s fun and I enjoy it. I don’t just waste my time, I do accomplish things…I think.
. What makes you tick?
Music and cartoons.
. What has been your best work of art? Describe it?
I used to draw a ton when I was younger. Probably my favorite things I ever drew were these two Star Wars characters. Even today when I look at them I’m impressed. Music is art too though, and I’m most proud of the last album I wrote which was a few years ago now.
. What is something mischievous you have done?
I stole a door knob from someone’s house.

792 days ago
replied the topic How many expire before you use them? created by mondy

I have been couponing for over a decade. I have saved thousands. I wish I would’ve been meticulous about tracking how much I have saved, but an estimated guess would be that I have easily saved over $25,000.00 in the 10 years I have been couponing. Right now, I save about $200-300 a month, which is over $2,400 a year. So in case you haven’t gotten into couponing yet, now is a great time. This is a couponing for beginners article. If you are already a seasoned pro, I offer my online video training course which outlines my efficient step-by-step couponing system which will save you $45.00 in 35 minutes

792 days ago
replied the topic project created by amish

With the progress of the project, submitted a report on its activities and its status to team members and executives and shareholders. Project reports can help you to create an attractive and professional presentations you can create in minutes.

Share resources using a resource pool and main projects

To help manage the people on multiple projects, keep all persons in your projects in a single project file. This file as a resource pool. From the resource pool file, you can share resources in multiple projects (Project Server).

Preparation costs for your project

May be dealing with the costs of the project daunting for any project manager. But using Project, you may find that this work is not difficult at all. Learn tips to help you work without skipping the budget.

820 days ago
replied the topic tello created by mirza

Click HERE to see film from the 1991 NASA STS-48 Discovery Space Shuttle mission. It’s some of the best, officially documented UFO footage that’s out there today.

HERE is a video that made headlines once released. It came from straight front the Mexican Air Force. Do a quick UFO search on youtube and you’ll see many fakes, but many real videos of unknown aerial objects.

Final Thoughts

A few years ago the question was “Do UFOs exist?” Today that question has been answered, and the presence of UFOs performing maneuvers that defy our laws of physics has been well documented. The question has more so shifted to, “Is that an extraterrestrial space craft?”

820 days ago
replied the topic universe andb its questions created by awais

The difference between the universe (Cosmos) and universe (Universe) to the first label that expresses our visible universe, the second is the overall spacetime being either visible. The word "Cosmos" was used in philosophy, is derived from Greek origin meaning "the system", as opposed to the chaos, and calling the universe as a whole (the known universe) given regularity. "Universe" has been from the outset reflects both the physical presence: the Earth, planets, Sun, Moon etc. In fact the word "universe" in Arabic is almost a synonym for "Universe", "Cosmos", there is no synonym for near or far in the Arabic language.

820 days ago
replied the topic our universe and earth created by kings60

This comes as a fourth unanswered science question that where we put all the carbons. With globalization and with ever increasing industrialization we are putting much more carbon in the environment that is a cause of global warming. What step we must take to stop this and to revolutionize our impact on environment? And

820 days ago
replied the topic technology In which decade with the first transatlantic radio broadcast occur? created by moniter

American Institute of Electrical Engineers (AIEE) was a United States based organization of electrical engineers that existed from 1884 through 1962

820 days ago
replied the topic earth created by tiger161

Earth rotates around itself every 24 hours from Sun's perspective, and rotates once every 23 hours, 56 minutes and 4 seconds from the perspective of the Astral "see below for explanation. The rotation of the earth around itself is slowing over time, noting that in the past day was shorter than it is now, because the effects of tides caused by the moon on the Earth's rotation.

829 days ago
replied the topic next experiment created by player

Three individuals were involved: the one running the experiment, the subject of the experiment (a volunteer), and a confederate pretending to be a volunteer. These three people fill three distinct roles: the Experimenter (an authoritative role), the Teacher (a role intended to obey the orders of the Experimenter), and the Learner (the recipient of stimulus from the Teacher). The subject and the actor both drew slips of paper to determine their roles, but unknown to the subject, both slips said "teacher". The actor would always claim to have drawn the slip that read "learner", thus guaranteeing that the subject would always be the "teacher". At this point, the "teacher" and "learner" were separated into different rooms where they could communicate but not see each other. In one version of the experiment, the confederate was sure to mention to the participant that he had a heart condition.[1]

At some point prior to the actual test, the "teacher" was given a sample electric shock from the electroshock generator in order to experience firsthand what the shock that the "learner" would supposedly receive during the experiment would feel like. The "teacher" was then given a list of word pairs that he was to teach the learner. The teacher began by reading the list of word pairs to the learner. The teacher would then read the first word of each pair and read four possible answers. The learner would press a button to indicate his response. If the answer was incorrect, the teacher would administer a shock to the learner, with the voltage increasing in 15-volt increments for each wrong answer. If correct, the teacher would read the next word pair.[1]

The subjects believed that for each wrong answer, the learner was receiving actual shocks. In reality, there were no shocks. After the confederate was separated from the subject, the confederate set up a tape recorder integrated with the electroshock generator, which played prerecorded sounds for each shock level. After a number of voltage-level increases, the actor started to bang on the wall that separated him from the subject. After several times banging on the wall and complaining about his heart condition, all responses by the learner would cease.[1]

At this point, many people indicated their desire to stop the experiment and check on the learner. Some test subjects paused at 135 volts and began to question the purpose of the experiment. Most continued after being assured that they would not be held responsible. A few subjects began to laugh nervously or exhibit other signs of extreme stress once they heard the screams of pain coming from the learner.[1]

If at any time the subject indicated his desire to halt the experiment, he was given a succession of verbal prods by the experimenter, in this order:[1]

Please continue.
The experiment requires that you continue.
It is absolutely essential that you continue.
You have no other choice, you must go on.
If the subject still wished to stop after all four successive verbal prods, the experiment was halted. Otherwise, it was halted after the subject had given the maximum 450-volt shock three times in succession.[1]

The experimenter also gave special prods if the teacher made specific comments. If the teacher asked whether the learner might suffer permanent physical harm, the experimenter replied, "Although the shocks may be painful, there is no permanent tissue damage, so please go on." If the teacher said that the learner clearly wants to stop, the experimenter replied, "Whether the learner likes it or not, you must go on until he has learned all the word pairs correctly, so please go on."

830 days ago
replied the topic scince created by abcman

Surrounding the embryo is a hard shell. When the kernel is heated to about 400 degrees Fahrenheit, the water turns to steam. The pressure from the steam causes the kernel’s shell to explode and the starch to spill out. You have to add the butter!

831 days ago
replied the topic scinse mind created by awais

When air rises and falls within a thunderstorm, positive and negative charges form in the cloud. The bottom of the thundercloud has a negative charge, and the top has a positive charge. A flash of lightning happens when a charge becomes so strong that the air can’t stop it from jumping from the cloud to the ground, which has a positive charge. Lightning can also form inside the cloud, moving between the positively and negatively charged areas........................................................

831 days ago
replied the topic crazzy created by mirza

Inside your ears are tubes filled with liquid. The liquid moves when you move, telling your brain what position your body is in. When you spin, the liquid also spins. The liquid continues to spin after you stop. Your brain thinks you’re still spinning, so you continue to feel that everything is going in circles-until the liquid stops moving.

831 days ago
replied the topic country? created by zoolo

Most of Russia’s gas exports to Europe are sent by pipeline through through Poland country.............

831 days ago
replied the topic carior plan created by beauty1

i become a engineer in ficuture........................“Engineering” literally means “making things happen”. In a very basic sense, engineering is the practical application of science and mathematics to solve problems. Traditionally, engineering is about infrastructure. Engineers were known to create bridges and vehicles that got us from one location to another more efficiently.

In today’s world, engineering is acknowledged as a discipline that opens up opportunities and creates technology and products that help make our lives easier. Almost every aspect in our lives has somehow been influenced by engineers – the products created in factories; the buildings we live in; the water we drink; the computers we surf the net on; medical services and technologies we rely on; the appliances and vehicles. There is no limit to what engineers can do.

Choosing to pursue a career in engineering entails a clear understanding of what’s ahead. You have to be ready to put everything into it – time, effort, money and resources, and of course, dedication. Spending 4-5 years learning mathematics and science combined with theoretical and practical applications is still not enough to prepare you for what you’re expected to do once you graduate. Quite simply, an engineering career is a work in progress; it’s something you have to continuously develop through experience and real-life applications.

The road ahead as an engineer might not be easy but the rewards of your hard-work will all be worth it. Here are top reasons why you should consider the path of an engineer.



Work that you will be proud of

Unlike taking up a role in the financial world, the thing with being an engineer is that most of the work you do are tangible – bridges, buildings, products, etc, these are things you can see everyday once they’re done. The pride of being part of something great would bring you the job satisfaction you need to keep going.

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