Education and Science
Unravelling the Mystery of Anglo- Saxon Involvement in Ukraine
The USA and UK after defeats on the global scale are using Ukraine as a prop to further their hegemony.
COVID-19 in 2021
The year 2021 began with a lot of hope the COVID-19 Pandemic would soon end. COVID-19 vaccines were available. The Pfizer and Moderna claimed efficacy rates above 90%. . The incoming U.S. administration promised to make stopping the COVID-19 Pandemic a top priority. What did 2021 bring?
Netaji Honored at Last: his Statue Will Adorn the Canopy at India Gate
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was one of the icons of the Indian freedom movement who had declared that he would shake hands with the devil to free India from British rule. At long last, he has been given his due by the Modi government, denied to him for seven decades by the Congress party.
Is Virtual Medical Training a Reliable Option in the Wake of COVID-19 Pandemic?
Online teaching methods help learners to create innovative virtual learning environments through the meaningful use of technological applications.
Solution of the Schrödinger Equation For a Simple Harmonic Oscillator
The Simple Harmonic Oscillator is one of the most basic applications of Schrodinger equation and can be used as an excellent case study for a student's foray into the world of quantum mechanics. This article also discusses the quantization of energy for a quantum simple harmonic oscillator.
Gaining a Simple Insight into the Milky Way Galaxy Background
A galaxy is a star or cluster of stars that depicts a circular motion. The components including gas, clouds, clouds of dust, cosmic rays, and other unidentifiable objects swirl the center. Our solar system with the sun as the center is a tiny galaxy and part of the milky way.
Home Hospital Becomes an Option for School
Normally used as a temporary placement, home hospital instruction have become a popular option for students who are anxious to attend school during the COVID pandemic. Still, there's regulations to follow.
14 Instructional Techniques for Students with Usher Syndrome and More
How do students with this dual sensory impairment differ from people who are blind or deaf? What are relevant instructional considerations for people who are deaf-blind? Read about these topics from a person who has taught students with Usher syndrome.
Four Major Factors of Cultural Diffusion in German Ethnology
Author pays attention to the specificity of German ethnology. He considers main features of the theory of cultural diffusion. It says about principles of this discipline formulated by its founder Friedrich Ratzel and his pupil and follower Leo Frobenius.
3 Things That Need to Be Taken Care of to Make You a Happy Person
Read and try to understand these three things, make you a happy person
The New Madrid Earthquakes of 1811-1812
It is unusual to have earthquakes that occur in the interior of a tectonic plate. However, in New Madrid, Missouri, between the years of 1811-1812, three earthquakes occurred, and their effects were felt as far as Canada. Here's how these earthquakes changed North America forever.
The Mountain's Magnetism: Kotkin's Magnetic Mountain in Review
Stephen Kotkin's Magnetic Mountain: Stalinism as Civilization explores early Soviet rule in the planned city of Magnitogorsk.
The Life, Times, and Works of the Ancient Roman Historian Titus Livius “Livy”
Titus Livius, known in English as “Livy,” was a Roman citizen and writer who recorded some of the earliest accounts of ancient Rome in his massive work, History of Rome. To this historian, the modern world is forever indebted to him for his masterful recording of events of ancient Rome.
Futurist: Climate Change Is a Huge Problem. What Can I Do About It?
Climate change is huge. But so is mass extinction. If we all cut our emissions by 5% it is a huge step in the right direction! Join the 5% Challenge!
The Whitney Plantation: A Voice For Those Who Had None
The Whitney Plantation is the first designed around the enslaved giving them a voice. Memorials on the plantation such as A Wall Of Honor with names of 350 enslaved to educate visitors about their lives.
Bad Teacher News: October 2021
Bad actors, police officers and politicians will make the national news for their misbehavior. Teachers and school staff who misbehave are rarely reported outside of their city or state. This monthly series of articles on Hub Pages will try to partially correct this. It's for the school children ...
Did You Know There Are Over 3000 Tonnes of Unexploded ww2 Bombs Hidden Underneath Staffordshire?
The explosion at RAF Fauld is the biggest non-nuclear explosion of WW2 and it happened right here in Staffordshire. Find out more about the disaster that caused the Hanbury Crater.
How to Overcome Shyness When Speaking Another Language?
It's always fun to learn and speak a new language. Many people feel hesitation in speaking languages other than their own. If you are trying to study and speak a new language, this article will be helpful. Learn how to overcome shyness, fear, and shame while learning a new language
Emmeline Pankhurst: Fearless Leader of the Suffragettes
Emmeline Pankhurst fought for women to have the right to vote in Britain. She was the leader of the suffragettes. Her fight took forty years, indignities, arrests, hunger strikes and the brilliant flame of determination to succeed. She changed women's lives forever.
Kings Who fought Their Own Battles
Generally, leaders led from the back and tried to not expose themselves to danger, it was sound logic since the death of a king often unleashed bloody succession crises, however, some rulers threw caution to the wind and led from the front.
Bad Teacher News: November 2021
Bad actors, police officers and (sometimes) politicians will make the national news for their misbehavior. Teachers and school staff who misbehave are rarely reported outside of their city or state. This series of articles on Hub Pages will try to partially correct this. Our children are worth it!
Read-Aloud Across Secondary Curriculum
A Strategy that Works! Reading aloud to your students has a powerful impact on their comprehension and learning. A read-aloud is a short yet powerful way to demonstrate effective reading techniques to move your students beyond a superficial reading level.
A Guide to Amending the United Nation's Space Treaty to Prepare for Near-Earth Asteroid Threats
In the event of an asteroid collision, it would be catastrophic for life on Earth. There is a possibility that if such an event occurs, humans may not survive it. The only way to prevent such an occurrence is by finding asteroids before they enter Earth's orbit.
Caterpillars With Spots: An Identification Guide to Spotted Caterpillars (With Photos)
This spotted caterpillar identification guide tells you what you need to know about the caterpillar you have found
Why AI is the Future of Marketing & Merchandising
Artificial intelligence is the ability of programs to be able to perform tasks that typically require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making and translation between languages.
Smart Technologies: How Digital Data Technology is Enhancing Businesses Worldwide
Digital Data Technology Smart Technologies are used by companies to manage their digital presence and create unique customer experiences. They can also be used by businesses to manage their marketing campaigns and generate revenue from it.
Two Factors in the Rococo Influenced the European Enlightenment
The author tries to show the role of Rococo in the European culture of the XVIII century. He pays attention to two important factors in its development such as influence of Arab literature and philosophy of irony and sarcasm.
First Woman Doctor in U.S, Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell
We owe a debt to Elizabeth Blackwell in medicine due to her perseverance and advocating for women physicians. Elizabeth defied odds becoming the first female doctor in the U.S. She was a champion for women guiding them to become physicians,
Why is Learning English Important?
English is the language of international communication. Most countries are globally competitive and so are the must people thus, making English as one of the most important skill that one should have. In this article, I'm going to talk about some of the reasons why English is important.
The Worst Bodyguards of History
Throughout history being a ruler was never a safe job, to protect themselves rulers hired personal guards, often these guards proved themselves loyal and reliable servants of their masters, sometimes however they turned against them and deposed the man or woman they were supposed to protect.
Eleanor, Duchess of Gloucester: Medieval Royal Accused of Witchcraft
Long before Henry VIII and Thomas Cromwell decided that Anne Boleyn was a witch there was another trial of a royal wife which captured England’s attention. Eleanor Cobham married too well for many people’s liking, had the throne of England in her sights and fell from grace accused of witchcraft.
Brutal Last Stands of Military History
Military history is full of examples of determined, if not even reckless, men refusing to surrender and rather fight to their last breath, in this article I brought a few examples of men deciding to fight to the bitter end.
Brand Storytelling in the Digital Age
Brand storytelling is more important than ever in the digital age. But if you rely only on social media, you're missing key opportunities to strengthen your story and create a meaningful connection with your audience. Learn how to tell your business story through all channels,