Kuwadzana Press is a community newspaper which seeks to bring the community together through promoting local businesses and services, exposing talent within the community, & encouraging community driven development.
Kuwadzana Press is a community newspaper which seeks to bring the community together through promoting local businesses and services, exposing talent within the community, & encouraging community driven development through spreading awareness and encouraging voluntarism. The purpose is to create a sustainable community market for every goods and services that are produced by community members, and
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Highest level of human development!
theguardian.com In the first of our new series, The Upside, we look at how the country went from famine to topping nearly every global social ranking
When planning community development, it is essential to consider the inclusion of both youth and senior citizens. Both age groups 'bring a large body of experiential (life experience, skills) and emerging bodies of knowledge (technological understanding, social media, global citizenship)'. (Olson & Brennan, 2018).
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The Hydrologic (water) Cycle
#Hydrology# #watercycle# #hydrogeology#
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Behaviour of Monopolies under Capitalist Mode of Production
Many countries have competition laws that prohibit monopolies and cartels from forming. Despite anti-monopoly laws, large corporations can form near-monopolies in some industries. Such firms can temporarily drop prices and accept losses to prevent competition from entering the market and then raise them again once the threat of entry is reduced.
en.wikipedia.org Capitalism is an economic system based on the private ownership of the means of production and their operation for profit. Characteristics central to capitalism include private property, capital accumulation, wage labor, voluntary exchange, a price system, and competitive markets. In....
A demand curve shows how much people will want at different prices. For example, if the price of bread decreases, the number of daily consumers of bread increases as well, and decrease as the price increase.
“Day 50: Burkina Faso, Monday 17 May 2010, Ouagadougou – Africa needs more Thomas Sankaras. The people of Burkina Faso love to love Thomas Sankara. Even from his humble grave, Sankara continues to guide his fellow countrymen towards a path of progress and integrity. - See more at: http://newafricanmagazine.com/21-countries-car-journey-heart-africa/#sthash.rkSuTxvH.dpuf
newafricanmagazine.com is ordinary – not even his name. He entered the Guinness Book of Records by delivering the longest lecture in history and then became the first black African to traverse the continent in a car. He is now working on a couple of book projects. Editor-at-Large,
Don’t ask me what poverty is because you have
met it outside my house. Look at the house and
count the number of holes. Look at the utensils
and the clothes I am wearing. Look at everything
and write what you see. What you see is poverty.
—Poor man in Kenya
The Science Explorer
Breathtaking! Earth from the International Space Station!
The Master Shift
...knowledge is the condition of freedom, and that only as man knows can he compel.
"Improving the ways of governing in Africa has never been easy. As Sankara was to tragically discover in his own country, efforts to restructure state institutions, carry out controversial reforms, and chip away at elite privileges can foster resistance and opposition both from within and external forces. Mistakes, brash initiatives and heavy handedness can shake the confidence of potential supporters. And seemingly, minor differences with close comrades can deepen under pressure. Sankara was killed by some of those comrades on October 15 1987".
Extract from Thomas Sankara: An African Revolutionary; by Ernest Harsch, 2014.
A light-year is a unit of distance. It is the distance that light can travel in one year. Light moves at a velocity of about 300,000 kilometers (km) each second. So in one year, it can travel about 10 trillion km. More p recisely, one light-year is equal to 9,500,000,000,000 kilometers.
Being student at UMA Science Group
The following disabled physicists are not only impressive for their varied accomplishments, but also for their mental perseverance in the face of adversity.
1. Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein, the german physicist published his renowned mass-energy equivalence formula (E=mc2) in 1905, completed his General Theory of Relativity in 1915, earned a Nobel Prize in Physics for his "services to theoretical physics" in 1921, and discovered the photoelectric effect, a pivotal step in the evolution of quantum theory. What's even more impressive than these stats? Although autism wasn't defined until after Einstein's death, many believe he was on the autism spectrum (possibly Asperger's Syndrome). Einstein had difficulties with social interactions, had trouble learning in school and didn't like to be touched. Others, however, consider his behavior to be a direct result of his passion for science. Along with notable inventors Henry Ford and Leonardo Da Vinci, Einstein also suffered from dyslexia.
2. Isaac Newton
Another passionate physicist, Sir Isaac Newton, has also been theorized to have been on the autism spectrum. Newton often forgot to eat because he was so focused on his work. He also suffered from stuttering and epilepsy his entire life. According to Mental Floss, Newton, a Parliament member, "was so self-conscious about his speech impediment, he asked that the windows of the Parliament building be closed so people on the street wouldn't hear him stammer." Despite these setbacks, the famed English physicist and mathematician is best known for his law of gravitation, as well as several other profound discoveries during the 17th century Scientific Revolution. If that's not enough, Newton also published the book "Principia," widely considered the single most influential book on physics and possibly all of science.
3. Thomas Edison
Businessman and physicist Thomas Edison invented the phonograph, motion picture camera and the first successful incandescent light bulb. He also suffered from a learning disability and hearing impairment, and diabetes. Edison was also diabetic and eventually died from diabetes in his home in 1931. Due to his learning disability, Edison was unable to read until the age of twelve. He also developed hearing loss at a young age and attributed his deafness to a bout of scarlet fever during his childhood, combined with several untreated middle-ear infections.
4. Stephen Hawking
English physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking, well-known in the fields of cosmology, general relativity and quantum gravity (specifically black holes and singularities), has suffered from a crippling neurodegenerative disease called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or "Lou Gehrig's disease" since the age of 21. Upon diagnosis, doctors wrongly predicted that Hawking wouldn't survive for more than two or three years. But he's still very much alive and continues to contribute to science. Hawking has become a role model for people with disabilities since the 1990s, giving lectures and contributing to various fundraising efforts. In July 2015, Hawking helped launch "Breakthrough Initiatives," which describes itself as a "program of scientific and technological exploration, probing the big questions of life in the Universe: Are we alone?"
Happy Birthday Sylvester James Gates! The University of Maryland theoretical physicist was born in Tampa, Florida, in 1950. As he was working toward his PhD at MIT in the 1970s, he came across a couple of papers on superspace and supersymmetry. Gates jumped on that area of research and became a leading expert just as it took off. In 1984 he published the first comprehensive book on supersymmetry, which posits that each particle in the standard model has an associated partner particle. Searches for supersymmetry are ongoing at the Large Hadron Collider and other particle accelerators. Gates received the National Medal of Science in 2013, and he serves on both the US President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology and the National Commission on Forensic Science. He has appeared in many popular science documentaries and even a TurboTax commercial. (Photo credit: AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives, Ronald E. Mickens Collection)
Two years back then, and the will still growing bigger.
Kids plant a tree in their area...
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Life Lesson & Science
collective-evolution.com Society is made up of the collaborated efforts of people in the form of institutions. Institutions are investments people put in, and those with the most power to invest have the greatest influence on society. Behind The Mask Of the Cabal Despite the seeming equality we have achieved, the rich elite...
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*Why are blacks not wealthy*
Excerpts from an interview with a Jewish leader about Blacks.
Why are blacks so behind Economically?
The only thing blacks understand is Consumption.
Blacks don't understand the importance of creating and building wealth.
The fundamental rule is to keep your money within your racial group.
We the Jews
- build Jewish business,
- hire Jewish,
- buy Jewish and
- spend Jewish. There is nothing wrong with that but it is a basic rule blacks cannot comprehend and follow;
"He kills his fellow blacks daily instead of wanting to see his fellow black do succeed"
93% of blacks killed in America are by other blacks.
Their leaders steal from their people and send the money back to their colonial master from whom they borrow the same money from.
Every successful black wants to spend his money in the country of his colonial masters.
- go on holiday abroad,
- buy houses abroad,
- school abroad,
- go for medical treatment abroad etc
instead of spending this money in their own country to benefit their people.
Statistics show that the Jew's money exchanges hands 18 times before leaving his community while for blacks it is probably a maximum of once or even zero.
Only 6% of black money goes back into their community. This is why Jews are at the top and blacks are at the bottom of every ladder of society.
Instead of buying
- Louis Vuitton,
- expensive cars,
- industralize Africa,
- build banks and get rid of colonial institutions by putting them out of business.
What is your thought on failure of blacks after 150yrs?
Well, nothing is ever the blackman's fault. His
-compulsive habit of killing his own,
- compulsive material consumption.
-His inability to build businesses or
-preserve wealth are usually somebody else's fault.
So what can blacks do to liberate themselves
JEWISH LEADER: Blacks must take responsibility. Blacks must unite. And vehemently fight corrupt leaders who run down their country and run to IMF as though IMF is Father Christmas.
They need to look inwards otherwise they will continuously remain colonized and lose their place in history.
Pls forward this until it goes round the continent of Africa.
We all need to learn our lessons quick and build our Nation.
historytoday.com In the People’s Republic of China, archives do not belong to the people, they belong to the Communist Party. They are often housed in a special building on the local party committee premises, which are generally set among lush and lovingly manicured grounds guarded by military personnel. Access woul...
'The wise have eyes in their heads'.
- Ecclesiastes 2v14
simplecapacity.com Once activated, that person is able to freely travel to other dimensions, or otherwise referred to as astral projection or remote viewing.
Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche
#MindfulnessMonday #Humor #MindfulMonday #MotivationMonday
"It takes a long time to take our fences down. The first step is to learn to love ourselves, make friends with ourselves, not torture ourselves anymore. And the second step is to communicate to people, to establish a relationship and gradually help them. It takes a long time and a long process of disciplined patience."
~ Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche
Education is more than just 1+1=2.
European nations saw Africa as ripe for the taking. Some Europeans argued that by colonizing Africa, they were also exporting civilization to a continent which they regarded as evolutionary backward and undeveloped. It was a European responsibility to act as trustees of Africa until Africans were mature enough to govern themselves. However, colonization was in reality driven by commercial interests. Europe would benefit enormously from its exploitation of Africa. The de-colonization process would reveal the one-sidedness of colonial rule. The departing colonial powers left behind economies that were designed to benefit themselves. Crops grown, for example, required processing in Europe. The departing powers left behind few Africans equipped to lead their newly independent nations. Others argue that for all the injustices of colonialism, Africans have become members of a single global civilization characterized by "institutions and principles such as representative democracy, judiciary, banking" and "factories" and "Africans and other non-westerners have to master the new civilization to strengthen themselves and benefit from the advantages"
- Passage from 'Scramble for Africa' in New World Encyclopedia.
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