Please help....its kinda urgent...i give u a situation tell me what would u do in it????
You made a decision with some reasons of it of your own....as time passes u realize that all the reasons that you gave to yourself and everyone else were not valid at all...they don't even exist...but still there's something in u which tells u that u shouldn't change your decision...in fact that something in you also knows that u don't have any perfect reason for it...but still u feel like u shouldn't change your decision....this thing will change your life forever...it can make it better or it can even make it worse....but you've got a positive feeling that dis is gonna be better.......
what would u do to convince everyone else (family and other elders) to trust u and agree with your decision and support u in it????????????.....they have their own doubts and fears about your decision...
its totally confusing i agree but i'm in such a kind of situation rite now....
plz plz plz help every1 help...i want it to work.....
Euthanasia refers to the practice of ending a life in a manner which relieves pain and suffering. According to the House of Lords Select Committee onMedical Ethics, the precise definition of euthanasia is "a deliberate intervention undertaken with the express intention of ending a life, to relieve intractable suffering.
i read this article in a local news paper recently:-
Scientists may have uncovered evidence that the universe existed before the Big Bang.
Concentric circles discovered in cosmic microwave background (CMB) radiation — the after-effects of the Big Bang — display evidence of events that took place before most scientists believe the universe came into being.
The controversial finding points to the existence of a universe that did not begin 13.7 billion years ago, as is generally accepted, but is instead a cycle of so-called aeons.
The discovery has been posted online by Professor Roger Penrose from the Oxford University and Professor Vahe Gurzadyan from Yerevan State University, Armenia, the Daily Mail reports.
Most scientists believe the universe was created in the Big Bang around 13.7 billion years ago. Our sun was born around five billion years ago, while life first appeared on the earth around 3.7 billion years ago. The CMB dates to 3,00,000 years after the Big Bang and has now cooled to around
-270 degrees Celsius. But Prof Penrose and Prof Gurzadyan argue that evidence unearthed by Nasa’s Wilkinson Microwave Anisotophy Probe in the CMB shows imprints in the radiation that are older than the Big Bang.
They say they have discovered 12 examples of concentric circles, some of which have five rings, meaning the same object has had five massive events in its history.
They believe the circles are imprints of extremely violent gravitational radiation waves generated by supermassive black hole collisions in a previous aeon before the last big bang.
Prof Penrose believes that his new theory means that black holes will eventually consume all the matter in the universe.
well im not sure bout it ?
nd i wanted to know ur opinion?
It would be foolhardy to venture technological predictions for 2050. Even more so to predict social and geopolitical changes. The most important advances, the qualitative leaps, are the least predictable. Not even the best scientists predicted the impact of nuclear physics, and everyday consumer items such as the iPhone would have seemed magic back in the 1950s.
But there are some trends that we can predict with confidence. There will, barring a global catastrophe, be far more people on Earth than today. Fifty years ago the world population was below 3 billion. It has more than doubled since then, to 6.7 billion. The percentage growth rate has slowed, but it is projected to reach 9 billion by 2050. The excess will almost all be in the developing world where the young hugely outnumber the old.
If population growth were to continue beyond 2050, one can't be other than exceedingly gloomy about the prospects. And the challenge of feeding such a rapidly growing population will be aggravated by climate change.
The world will be warmer than today in 2050; the patterns of rainfall and drought across the world will be different. If we pursue "business as usual",
A newfound Earth-sized planet discovered in the habitable zone of a nearby star looks very promising for the possibility of extraterrestrial life, but many unknowns remain.The planet, Gliese 581g, is one of two new worlds discovered orbiting the red dwarf star Gliese 581, which now has a family of planets that totals six.