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Facts that Will Blow Your Mind

How is your brain doing right this minute?  Does it need some mind-blowing facts?  Take a look at these interesting facts. Let’s start with some interesting facts about dreams. While sleeping, part of your brain activity generates the vivid images during the rapid-eye movement sleep called REM sleep. It is here that you can be conscious in a dream. Lucid… Read more →

Paralyzed Cat Finds Unlikely Friend

Paralyzed Cat Finds Unlikely Friend

If there was one thing that people could rely on, it was that cats and dogs didn’t get along. Hollywood even made a pair of movies about evil cats trying to take over the world and the secret agent dogs who stop them. Then came the pictures of cuddling and embraces. And then social media sites like YouTube got flooded… Read more →

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DMX and Several Other Famous People Go Bankrupt

What is bankruptcy and what does the U.S. Constitution say about it? The following is a small section taken from a U.S. Government site “Article I, Section 8, of the United States Constitution authorizes Congress to enact “uniform Laws on the subject of Bankruptcies.” Under this grant of authority, Congress enacted the “Bankruptcy Code” in 1978. The Bankruptcy Code, which… Read more →

Drug Ring Collapses, Special Ed Teacher and Probation Officer Involved

Drug Ring Collapses, Special Ed Teacher and Probation Officer Involved

On July 29th, 2010, three years ago in Newark, New Jersey, 13 people were arrested in a smuggling ring that involved 2 Essex County Jail corrections officers. The smuggling ring allowed prisoners to get cell phones, drugs and other types of contraband at will in the facility. The supposed ringleader was a correctional officer within the prison system itself.  Further… Read more →

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Photo credit: http://www.access2knowledge.org/jobs-education/how-much-does-a-phlebotomist-make/ Every year approximately 9 million Americans have their identity stolen; who’s protecting your identity and helping you avoid situations like the following (look for tips on checking your credit score after you read this true story)? According to a report posted by New York Daily news on 6/20/12, the feds charged a nurse, Jaishree Arbuckle-Pierre, 26, with… Read more →

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How Does The New Rule That Paralegals Can Practice Law Affect Lawyers?

  Today, paralegals are now able to practice law under certain circumstances in Canada, assuming that lawyers are there to supervise their actions. This new ruling will certainly change the culture of the law profession in Canada, but to what extent remains the subject for hot debate. The Growth of Paralegals Practicing the Law In Alberta, there are already a… Read more →

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Retired Professor Donates History Archives To Local College

A retired Glendale community college professor has impressed students, colleagues, and media resources worldwide as he, in the act of ultimate kindness and selflessness, donated important history archives to the library of a local college. Professor Emetrius Carlos Ugalde, who is recently retired, donated the first volume of the archives of the association of Latin American students, and Latino and… Read more →

People With High Stress Jobs Require More Vacation

People With High Stress Jobs Require More Vacation

Pic credit: http://ampulse.com/aba-approved-paralegal-programs/ As a manager, it can be extremely difficult to walk away from work for a day let alone an entire week. Cell phones and email are a big part of this problem for managers because it means that a manager has to be available to his or her employees even when the manager is off of work…. Read more →

Skilled Workers And Entrepreneurs Immigrate To Canada, Requirements Not Stringent

Skilled Workers And Entrepreneurs Immigrate To Canada, Requirements Not Stringent

British Columbia, CA is becoming a more popular for people who are looking for a peaceful place to live. They do this by opening a new business or expanding an existing business to this Canadian territory. Additionally, however, they can also do it through the Federal Skilled Worker provision. Canadian authorities are clear that they want to encourage job creation… Read more →

Chemosynthetic Microbial Life Found In Earth's Oceanic Crust

Chemosynthetic Microbial Life Found In Earth’s Oceanic Crust

According to recent findings published in Science, a study has suggested that chemosynthetic microbes are creating their energy in the depths of the ocean, directly from the rocky layers of the sea bed. Whereas most of life on Earth’s surface depends on the sun for its energy, these microbes seem to be subsisting on energy from chemical reactions, void of… Read more →