Archive for August, 2011
by admin, August 27, 2011
Many individuals and world organizations dedicate themselves both justifiably and correctly in protecting endangered species of wild life.
Conservationists strive continually to protect such creatures as Pandas, Elephants, Seals, Rhinos, and Whales It would seem that there is some kind of built in mechanism to protect our fellow mammals, but what about the most common occupants of the oceans and rivers; the fish?
The general public either is not aware or does not care that approximately 90% of all species of fish have simply vanished, and that all of the world’s oceans and rivers are undergoing great ecological changes; the reason?; over fishing!!
The Effects of Over Fishing.
Continue reading Effects of Over Fishing301 words, reading time ~ 1:12 mins
by admin, August 18, 2011
Torture is a method of inflicting severe anguish on another person. The torture may either be of an emotional or physical nature.
Physical torture involves causing much physical punishment and pain to another person. Emotional torture can consist of continual verbal abuse, or a continual deliberate lowering of the self esteem of another person. Indoctrination is a form of emotional torture.
The effects of torture will often show as the following –
- Acute anxiety, depression and extreme irritability.
- Loss of concentration, memory impairment or memory loss.
- Feelings of guilt and suspicion.
- Complete sexual dysfunction.
Continue reading Effects of Torture263 words, reading time ~ 1:03 mins
by admin, August 8, 2011
For any computer user who has suffered the effects of a computer virus he or she will know the annoyance and trouble which can be caused. A computer virus is a contagious program attached within another program or e-mail, which will self replicate and affect the integrity of the computer and stored data.
The virus can spread between computers and between differing organizations even by the act of opening or executing an affected file.
A commonly known type of computer virus is the Trojan horse. This has the effect of being a program which appears to have a valid function, but in fact damages other stored programs when executed. A computer worm is another highly invasive virus which commonly invades from another computer network. It replicates itself, thus avoiding deletion, and affects the operation of the host computer.
Continue reading Effects of a Computer Virus287 words, reading time ~ 1:09 mins