The bombing of Hiroshima & Nagasaki is a vital human flaw stemming from the belief that we actually have absolute control over future events.



There are two sided views on the debate over the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in World War II. If you look around the web, the debate is locked in two sides where a percentage of us believe that the bombing is justified and argue a 'future tense' and those that disagree will argue for the case against civilian life...

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The Big Bang Theory – A Personal Viewpoint



I was intrigued by Stephen Hawkings highly praised documentary on cosmology called ‘Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking’ which comes in 3 episodes. I watched both the ‘Time Travel’ (episode 2) and ‘ The Story of Everything’ (episode 3).

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Jack Reacher doesn’t reach new heights, sadly



Jack Reacher is a movie based around the novels by Lee Child and produced by Tom Cruise and also stars Tom Cruise. The beginning credit makes sure of this fact. This movie has had mixed reviews from critics but overall the movie seems to have been well received by the public domain.

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Facebook shares on the decline?



The glitz and glamor may have gone as the most anticipated IPO for years entered the stock exchange market only to see its initial offering drop by 10%.

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Printer setup on a home network connected to a Mac



I thought this blog may be of use to some folks having difficulty witha printer that is connected to their Mac and they wish to print throughthe other laptops or PCs (wirelessly) connected to their home network.

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Flat Screen Displays (FPD) and where it’s taking us



It wasn't too long ago when folks would lug around one of the heaviest item after the sofa in the living room to position their trusted CRT (cathod ray tube) TV. Those TVs were not only small and exceptionally heavy but they also took up a huge space in depth to accommodate the cathode ray tube (CRT) protruding out of the back.

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Words as they mean to me – Boisterous



I remember when I was at school at the tender age of thirteen I think, I had a home work assignment of a short essay that I needed to write and hand in the next day.

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Toshiba Portege Ultrabook Review



I am happy to say that I am the proud owner of the Toshiba Portege Ultrabook (Z835-P330) that have recently hit the streets and created a new sensation in mobile computing.

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Mankind’s miracle of existence – the temperature median



I once watched a documentary on the mysteries of the Universe, I forget how the exact title went, but it showed how man’s survival and very existence in this Universe wasn’t by sheer chance but by design...

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Words as they mean to me – Consideration



I actually believe the British have invented this word and take this word more seriously than any other nation. Let me explain. I believe the word became more important as a result of the many years of colonization of the British rule...

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