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Don’t Pop the Pimple

Human beings are ingenious in the telling of their stories. They rattle off all sorts of calibrated situations, embellished circumstances and complicated intricately woven events which make for the enriched ‘soil to toil’ in their furtively imaginative lives. It goes with the territory of being alive. Insistence and impatience rules the roost. Like the nasty little pimple, people won’t just let it dissolve. They try to get rid of it as soon as possible.

Two Kinds of Emotions on the Death of Osama Bin Laden

Bin Laden is dead. Do we feel a sense of relief, that this great injustice has been finally put to rest? Or do we exult in the triumph of finally nailing the guy. Our emotional response to this welcome news tells us a lot about how normally deal with loss and anger.

Global Science Research and the Value of International Collaboration

Science research spending around the globe has increased by 45 percent to more than $1,000 billion (one trillion) U.S. dollars since 2002. BRIC and other developing countries, including China, India, Brazil and South Korea, account for much of the increase in scientific publications. Global collaboration in science research has a strong, positive impact on scientific discovery, knowledge dissemination and addressing important global issues.

Breaking The Bin Laden Story

Osama bin Laden’s death is, for Americans and many others around the world, the biggest news since Sept. 11, 2001. So who broke the story?

And, Justice For All

Osama bin Laden, the world’s most wanted criminal, is dead. On May 1, 2011, bin Laden was shot in the head, by U.S. Navy Seals, in Abboadad, Pakistan, where he had been living in a compound. The body was clearly identified, and was DNA tested by the United States Military, and it has been proven to be that of Osama bin Laden.

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