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Internet Censorship

The advent of the internet as a souvenir invention of the twentieth century brought with it as much concern as it did excitement. However, the ease of access to information of whatever nature irrespective of age or person became a contentious issue. The term internet censorship denotes the regulatory measures on what an individual could […]

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How much information should be on food labels?

Food names convey helpful data to help you use sound judgment about nourishment. The Food mark will let you know whether the nourishment contains an added substance that you may need to maintain a strategic distance from. The Food data board helps you to think about the supplement profile of comparable items and pick the […]

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To what extent should economic planning be influenced by the need of environmental conservation?

Businesses commencing in modernization era faces stiff competition which may lead to uncertainty. People have different opinions when it comes to economic planning. Some says that economic planning is influences by environmental conservation while others have a completely different opinion all together. At present, various environmental problems have become a huge problem. This has led […]

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Ecotourism

International Ecotourism Society defines ecotourism as travelling responsibly to natural areas that preserve, conserves the environment, and betters the life of the local community. In essence, ecotourism plays such a vital role in ensuring sustainability and that resources are utilized well for the posterity. Duffy (2013) states that ecotourism has become a major area of […]

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SHARE OF WEALTH WITH POOR NATIONS

Foreign aid is intended to help poor countries. Contrary to this, poor countries rarely benefit from foreign aid. It is evident that foreign aid does not always reach those in need in these countries. Foreign aid in form of education or food may not drive these countries out of their problems. Poor countries seem to […]

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How Companies Track Your Habits

With the advancement in technology and extensive use of it, nothing is private anymore. Today, people are required to submit their data, information and even sensitive materials for companies and organizations to attend to them. They argue that this helps in delivering quick services and protect people. However, most organizations use these materials to get […]

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Role of education in development

In any country’s development education is essential.  Some people are of the view that, education is among the subsidiary factor in the development of any country. This paper illustrates that in the development of any country education is of the most importance. First of all, the way people think in any country is dramatically changed […]

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Connection between Robotization and World Poverty

In the current technological development and enhancement of information and communication technology, robotization has escalated globally increasing the use of electronic machines. People use Machines to perform most of the regular jobs in offices. Computers perform various duties efficiently leading to the reduction of human activities and the number of the worker in various sectors […]

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Are our zoos cruel to wild animals?

Zoos have been experiencing an uneven path of popularity throughout the past decades, and one can note a general, global shift in perspectives as to what zoos represent (Frost, 2010). This comes as a result of awareness being raised against animal cruelty at all levels, and primarily directed at the ways in which zoos treat […]

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The sea filibusters (Part 2)

As time went on, and the royal “court” filibusters replaced by other pirates. By joining forces, they formed the base on the island of Tortuga, which is located in the Caribbean Sea, north of Haiti (Hispaniola). Well-protected bay of the island was very convenient base for organizing attacks on the “golden fleet” Spanish. Tortuga Island […]

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The sea filibusters (Part 1)

Where is the legendary sea filibusters? After all, on a geographical map to find it. However, it exists, but has a completely different name. Take a look at the map, namely – on the northern coast of South America. One of the largest seas of the planet – the Caribbean, washes them. It is spread […]

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Treasure Island

Who among us has not read the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Treasure Island” or watching the same film? However, few people know that the island is described in the novel, according to many scientists – not fancy fruit. Take a look at the map in the waters of the Caribbean Sea, near the southern […]

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Robinsons on their own (Part 2)

Surprised American sailors were met with derisive words of voluntary Robinson. He flatly refused to go back into the world, in fact – the news from there is not the least bit interested. After 9 years of Robinson Crusoe, in 1966 Tom Neal returned to his homeland, where published the book “Island for ourselves,” Well, […]

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Robinsons on their own (Part 1)

Among Robinson there are a lot of weirdos, for one reason or another voluntarily left a civilized society, and settled on uninhabited islands or other uninhabited areas. However, to hide from the people with the modern world – almost hopeless undertaking, and eventually the wraps off Robinson. For example, in July 1957, one of the […]

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Modern Robinsons

Among the vast expanses of the World Ocean, and to this day there were many uninhabited islands. Sometimes they find shelter and Robinsons our times. It is likely, even now, as you read these lines, in different corners of our planet they are fighting for survival in the difficult conditions of wildlife. By the way, […]

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In the wake of Robinson Crusoe (Part 2)

It took a long time before the man regained consciousness and was able to tell the story of their extraordinary adventures. His name was Alexander Selkirk. He was born in 1676 in the small Scottish town of Largo, his father was a poor shoemaker John Selkreg. At nineteen years old, due to constant conflicts with […]

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In the wake of Robinson Crusoe (Part 1)

During the reading of the novel by the English writer Daniel Defoe’s “Robinson Crusoe” or watching the same movie, many are likely to seriously thought about Robinson could there be in real life, and if he could, then where exactly it was located island. In fact, Robinson – not fiction. At the heart of Daniel […]

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Taiga Robinsons (Part 2)

After this news helicopter arrived to the residence Robinsons family relatives. After the funeral, they offered to move orphaned Agathius to him, but she refused. VM Peskov also failed to persuade her to move. Agatha said, “The blessing of the Father did not give me.” It did not frighten the life of a single woman […]

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