Affect Of Genes On Behavior Of Child

Genetics and Heredity There is evidence available regarding that a child is similar in behavior to his or her parents. There have been debates on aggressive parents having aggressive children and agreeable parents being primary caregivers of their agreeable children. Most of the children have been raised up by their biological parents, and each of... Continue Reading →

Kalabagh Dam: A Solution For Energy Crisis

“If humanity continues using resources at its current rates, we would need three planets by 2050” ("Report Warns" 1). Following the period of independence, the energy crisis is one of the severe problems with Pakistan. The question of the development of energy resources has been under considerable debate, and commencement of several projects have held.... Continue Reading →

Critique On “Why Competition” By Alfie Kohn

Link to The Original Article The essay "Why competition" is Alfie Kohn's famous publication that appeared in "The Humanist" during the year 1980. Kohn's writing is a part of extensive literature that is already found shedding light on both the pros and cons of competition owing to its undeniable relevance in our lives. Whether it's... Continue Reading →

What Is Life About?

Every person’s life is constituted of two major things; the good times and the bad times a person goes through. When talking about the ups and downs, it is important not to forget the golden opportunities as well as the difficulties one faces. However, the way a person handles these things depend largely on his... Continue Reading →

Social Media: For Good or For Bad

It is an undeniable fact that social media has plagued our lives. It allows us to create and share information, ideas and other form of expressions via virtual networks. Social media has been so intertwined in our lifestyle that it has become an irreplaceable element of our lives. In recent years, social media has proved... Continue Reading →

Freewill: An Illusion

Human beings are believed to be greatly aware of themselves, yet most of their decisions are governed by a variety of social, political and religious factors. The norms and traditions of a society also play their role in limiting and restricting the decisions and choices of its inhabitants. We may observe some free will at... Continue Reading →

Critique on “How To Stop Rape” by Roosh Valizadeh

"Roosh Valizadeh, an American blogger, pickup artist and writer, graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in microbiology. He initially started working as an industrial biologist but after leaving his job, he started his local blog called "DC bachelor" which later he named as "Roosh V" "("About Roosh V (Daryush Valizadeh)"). Roosh Valizadeh... Continue Reading →

Electoral System in Democratic Countries

One of the most often problems faced by many democratic countries is the process of voting. There are about 192 countries in the world and within them about 123 are democratic. Every country has its own voting system through which they elect their leaders and government. When we talk about the voting system the power... Continue Reading →

The Cataclysm Wave Of Revolution

The wave of French revolution arose somewhere from 1987 to 1989 in various parts of Europe, especially in France, Poland, Dutch republic and Austria. And as a result, it finally broke out in the form of 5th October incident. The French revolution is very important in history because the French were considered one of the... Continue Reading →

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