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When one digests the garbage served up by radical, right wing "servers of garbage" ….. well, …. garbage in … garbage out! :-(

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Then the resolution isn't true

The resolution? Stop talking gibberish.

You admit it won't travel without physical travel of the body it's attached to.

I said nothing about the body. I said that consciousness has mass. Learn to understand your own language please.

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Maybe, if we make it to the North Pole kingdom due to ice making the journey easier and being central to how they conceal it.

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Then the resolution isn't true as you admit it won't travel without physical travel of the body it's attached to.

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Each person has a unique way of learning with different styles and techniques. There are seven identified learning styles listed below. Everyone has some mixture of these styles. There are certain people that have discovered they have a dominant style. There are also different scenarios where learning styles are changed for that episode.

Traditionally schools have mainly used linguistic and logical styles of teaching. Recently evaluation the use of multiple learning styles. There are many professors evaluating changes in this approach to teaching. The standardized tests and textbook teaching do not seem to be the most perfect teaching route. Learning is an individual skill that one must develop for themselves and recognize what work best for your individualized learning. By recognizing and understanding your own learning styles, you can use techniques better suited to you. This improves the speed and quality of your learning

Visual (spatial): You prefer using pictures, images, and spatial understanding.

Aural (auditory-musical): You prefer using sound and music.

Verbal (linguistic): You prefer using words, both in speech and writing.

Physical (kinesthetic): You prefer using your body, hands and sense of touch.

Logical (mathematical): You prefer using logic, reasoning and systems.

Social (interpersonal): You prefer to learn in groups or with other people.

Solitary (intrapersonal): You prefer to work alone and use self-study.

Theories of learning styles suggest that individuals think and learn best in different ways. These are not differences of ability but rather preferences for processing certain types of information or for processing information in certain types of way.

McCrow, Yevchak and Lewis described how surveying your nursing staff for individual learning styles and identifying those styles will provide invaluable information. This information can be used to make informed choices about modification and development of professional hospital-based educational programs. This article also said ‘balanced’ learning style preferences may potentially yield additional preferred learning style information for other health-related disciplines.


Kolb, A. Y., & Kolb, D. A. (2017, November 30). Learning Styles and Learning Spaces: Enhancing Experiential Learning in Higher Education., 4(2).

Mccrow, Yevchak, & Lewis. (2014). A prospective cohort study examining the preferred learning styles of acute care registered nurses. Nurse Education in Practice, 14(2), 170-175.

Willingham, D. T., Hughes, E. M., & Dobolyi, D. G. (2015, June 17). The Scientific Status of Learning Styles Theories. Teaching of Psychology, 42(3), 266-271.

Urick, Michael. (2017). Adapting Training to Meet the Preferred Learning Styles of Different Generations. International Journal of Training and Development, 21(1), 53-59.

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Hello hater

Hi LIAR. Still LYING about being a Jew, I see? Jolly good. Still IGNORING the SCIENCE which PROVES you are a LIAR too? Even better. Keep ignoring it LIAR. It's funny watching you demonstrate how obnoxiously dishonest and stupid you are.

DNA ancestry tests branded 'meaningless'

Commercial DNA tests that claim to tell people whether they are related to Richard III or descended from the Vikings are no more than "genetic astrology", scientists have warned.

Any ancestral "history" identified by a simple genetic test is just one of dozens of possible interpretations, and to try to trace our lineage directly through our genes is "absurd", they claimed.

Why, are there Jew haters like YOU amongst us??

Your question is founded upon the absurd premise that if I don't accept a commercial DNA ancestry test as "proof" that you are Jewish, I therefore hate Jews. Obviously, this is ludicrously stupid, as is everything else you ever write.

Now gtfo of my thread. This is a moron free zone.

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Hello hater:

If the left wing is good, why oh why, are there Jew haters like YOU amongst us??


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I think it is potentially very harmful. For example, many people fall into crime because of peer pressure. It isn't as if the people putting you under pressure have sat down and analysed whether their behaviour is likely to reap great rewards. They in turn have either learned it from someone else or it is simply based on biological factors. When you are young, respect and commendation from your peers is like an opiate, and so peer pressure is really just a tool which exploits a lack of intellectual development in the subject.

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If Stalin was really that bad, why was it only the Nazis who attacked him?


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If bronto has any reasonable point to make, then why does he always load his questions?

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Helping the community is better in that it increases your chances the help will be reciprocated at some point in the future. However, neither option is ideal because -- thanks to mistakes made by various world leaders -- the individualist perspective still dominates society. Many people view helping the community as socialism and so it kicks off their internal self-defence mechanisms. This is why "social justice warriors" often become a target for Conservative trolls.

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Peer pressure has become a big part of our teenager’s lives. Whether they are at school or work, peer pressure can affect their output and even impact their general outlook on life.

All of us, at some point in our lives, have had to deal with peer pressure. The need to follow the crowd and do what majority of us are doing forces us to do things or take up activities which we wouldn’t otherwise. This is especially true for teenagers who are easily influenced by their surroundings or people they socialize with. However, recent studies have shown that peer pressure might have an upside to it; that in certain environments peer pressure can inspire an individual to be a more focused and determined individual. Let’s examine how positive peer pressure works and the impact it has on ones confidence and personality:

Pros of peer pressure

Teenagers tend to follow the crowd. If they are caught in the act of smoking or drinking they cite peer pressure as the main influence behind their actions. It’s a continuous struggle for parents to figure out how to help teenagers deal with peer pressure, especially when they aren’t always around to supervise their activities. What parents fail to understand is that in some instances peer pressure in the right environment can work for the benefit of their child. When a teen makes the right choice under peer pressure doesn’t that count as a plus point?

According to research, if properly harnessed, the same pressure can motivate individuals to stay focused and work hard towards achieving their goals. Positive effects of peer pressure on teenagers are also evident by the example of a student who is motivated to get good grades because his friends are getting good grades – an action that can be attributed to positive peer pressure.

Adopting Good Habits

Positive peer pressure can help you reflect on your actions and amend your ways to become a better individual. Observing others working hard to achieve their goals will definitely encourage you to step up your game and strive towards something positive. When a teen knows that his teammates are practicing hard to become better basketball players then it will directly affect his own performance. He will put in twice the time and energy to raise the level of his game and ensure he has a place on the team. Similarly a kid who knows that his best friend aces English because he regularly reads storybooks will feel compelled to read as well.

Having a group that exerts positive peer pressure can also help you give up bad habits and pick up healthy ones that can shape both your personality and your future. A change in perspective about life and motivation to do well because of pressure from your peers can actually become inspiration in that instance.

Jace(4667) Clarified
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This includes things like language. [...] that we can share this aspect of culture in such complex and consistent way indicates that it is remarkably UNabstract.

I disagree. The concept of 'language' is still completely abstract. We can communicate because we have sufficiently similar linguistic habits, but that does not mean we share the same language.

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Actually, more likely a diet, of consisting of at least 90% cocaine by mass.

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Go ahead and try you little fairy boy butthole bobbing bug-eyed berated billy bob.

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I'm going to kill you. .

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Your data is off. Fiora doesn't like you enough to make you smart.

marcusmoon(516) Clarified
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Interesting follow-up.

I think beliefs are necessarily individuated and actual whereas culture is necessarily aggregated and abstract

I am unsure about how much I disagree with you about that.

Sure, culture is absolutely aggregated. Absolutely the term culture is an abstract generalization for many varied combinations of shared knowledge beliefs, assumptions, and learned/imitated behaviors.

This includes things like language. Yes, there are variations in how people who speak and write, but it is still the same language. You and I share this abstraction together, yet the fact that we can share this aspect of culture in such complex and consistent way indicates that it is remarkably UNabstract.

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I would not swim naked with sharks, "play stupid games; win stupid prizes".

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I think interacting with your community is a great way to build understanding with people who may be different from you. It can also help you evolve as a person as you have more people to bounce off of personality-, social-, and cultural- wise. Helping the community can help one identify problems in a certain area and get varying ideas on how to resolve them.

Supporting Evidence: Importance of a Community (
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Climate change stopped cancer between the years 553 AD and 672 AD.

BlueAgent010(5) Clarified
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Can you accurately represent it for me ?

Nomenclature is with the reds. He can only accurately represent Hitler.

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Guy's teeth aren't falling out. So it's probably either a diet or cancer.

Cancer was invented by french alchemists in the year 1365.

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