Quantum Physics and the Law of Cause & Effect!

Everything that has ever happened, happens and will happen in the entire Universe, first originated as a thought originating from the Mind of a Being. This thought in turn also had a corresponding effect on Energy and became a corresponding and potentially observable effect.

The ultimate act of Creation by The Source, in all its glorious spheres, planes and dimensions originated in the very beginning as a thought in the Mind of God. It can be said that before that we all exist as "impressions & expressions", within the Mind of God, made in the true Spiritual image of God.

So by seeing things from an unified perspective, we know that the physical state of matter and energy are "created and destroyed" by being converted from one form to another. All things pre-exist in spiritual form and are converted to physical form and back.

Many experiments now show that particles separated by space and time somehow know exactly what the other is doing at the exact time the other is doing that particular thing. They do not communicate. Communication takes time and requires a message. This is different.

They know without even having to communicate. They act simultaneously as if they are intimately connected somehow across space and time, in a way that does not get affected by the separation in space and time between them.

Dr. JS Bell, a physicist at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Switzerland, came up with mathematical proof in 1964 that showed that all the 'separate' parts of the universe are all connected in an immediate and close way.

The other substantial thing that Bell's mathematical constructs shows us that the action of a sub-atomic particle is dependent on something happening somewhere else to another sub-atomic particle. In other words, all sub-atomic events are effects of others, and causes of others.

This brings the law of cause and effect, of Karma, of reaping and sowing, to a completely new light! The law of cause and effect, karma, is not only spiritual but also scientific. All along, we have said that all the universe's thoughts individually and collectively cause the energy to 'form' into the physical reality we experience.

This is so, but there is an even stronger cause. This is being – the state of being. There are many states of being, such as happy, fast, wealthy, and so on. This is the strongest cause, the First Cause of all. It is so because it is the declaration of Spirit, of Self. From a state follows certain thoughts relating to that state.

Here is another way of looking at how we are all one: Science shows us that everything is made up of energy and exchanges that energy with everything else at all times in a most complex way. Energy is the building block of all matter. The energy that composes your flesh is the same one that composes the bricks of the walls of your house and the trees outside your …

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Areas of Strength With Jobs in IT Software

The US economy is still struggling and yet there are areas of strength with jobs in IT in the market. If you're looking for an IT job, the best thing you can do is to look into any of the following areas of specialization:

o Data Management
o Business Intelligence
o Data Mining
o Data Warehousing
o IT security / Network security
o IT sourcing
o Vendor Relationship Management
o Networking / wireless
o Web development
o IT Sales
o Quality Management
o IT Education and Support
o Healthcare in IT
o IT hiring
o Federal government / defense initiatives

These areas of specialization were listed by baselinemag.com as the places 'where the IT jobs are now'.

To get jobs in IT, you should begin by creating an online account with any leading job site. Find a job site that can not only connect you to recruiters, but one that connects you to recruiters using your social media to bag the job you want.

Use your online social networking accounts to portray the type of person you are and what you can do before a recruiter calls you for an interview. How can you do this you might wonder? It is not a science. It is not even an art. You can take your social networking, and turn it into a professional, effective, job hunting route.

Take Twitter for instance. Begin by using a professional looking background. You can use PowerPoint to create and export professional backgrounds to your Twitter account. In the Bio space, add a few lines about you, who you are professionally, and what you can do. Try and sum it up in a line if you can. Keep it clear, crisp and to the point.

Do not forget that it is not always about finding the right person. Sometimes the right people are just waiting for a candidate like you! Do not underestimate yourself.

Remember that you as a candidate are exactly what some recruiters out there are looking for; all you need to do is connect the right recruiter to the right candidate! Online social networking can help with that. It can advertise the 'product' – you – to people who did not know how good it was before.

It's just like when a new product comes out, no matter how good it is, if it is not effectively and cleverly marketed, no one will use or buy it, because no one knows about it.

Effective advertising is done in places where the most people will have access to seeing it. In your case, you – the product – have to choose to market yourself in a place – online market – where the most people will be able to find you and view your profile.

Use your social networking accounts like Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, PeerPower, Orkut, etc, to outline who you are and what you can do professionally. Keep those recruiters coming to your page. Force those recruiters to acknowledge that you are the …

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Affordable Education Abroad

Nigeria is a country with about one hundred and forty million inhabitants: a fast growing country with a near-vibrant economy. The Country over the years has been bedeviled by corruption. The social fabric has been in deplorable condition, leading to unfanciful placements in the world index standards.

Education is vital in human existence; it is a tool which helps government, private sector and informal units. For Nigeria as a country to forge ahead we need qualitative and substantive education. Over the years the educational system has been in disorder and the future of our children is in peril. The efforts of our founding fathers to make Nigerian Universities and Polytechnics solid seem to have gone down the drain.

The latest ranking of World Universities, places the first University in Nigeria- University of Ife, a distant six thousand three hundred and thirty four (6,334) .Succor seemed to have been found in foreign education. Countries like: US, UK, Australia, Canada, Singapore, Finland, Japan, etc have good educational system. Acquiring education outside the country is expensive per se. Average tuition fees (Bsc) of some selected countries (excluding living expenses) for undergraduate are: US $ 8,000, UK 6,000 pounds, Singapore $ 4,000, Malta $ 20,000, Malaysia $ 1,000, Ireland 6,000 euro, Norway-free, Sweden-free, Germany-free , Denmark-free, Finland-free, etc. These fees when converted to Naira is: Malaysia N130,000, UK N1,400,000, US N1,040,000, Malta N2,600,000, etc.

Free education- in all levels, is available in some countries in Europe-Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Germany. In Sweden, all levels of education are free. The Swedish system includes not only traditional universities but also different kinds of Teacher Training, Health Care Training, Technical Training; etc.Education funding is the responsibility of: the Central government, regional authorities and private interests. All institutions of higher education fall under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education except the University Sciences (Ministry of Agriculture) .Higher education is divided into undergraduate studies (combined towards a first degree) and postgraduate studies and research. Sweden has 39 accredited institutions of Higher education that offer structured degree programs.English language is a mode of study at some universities. Foreign students are allowed to work and study. Sweden has a boisterous economy with a very high per-capa income. Nigerian students should take this opportunity to study in Sweden.

In Finland all institutions of higher education are subject to the authority of the Ministry of Education, Research and Church Affairs. Higher Education in Norway is mainly offered at state institutions: Universities, University colleges, state colleges and art Colleges. Bachelor degree is completed after 3yrs of study, Master's degree is completed after 2yrs duration, and PhD is after 3 years duration. Education is free at all levels in Finland. Foreign students can study in English since some universities and colleges offer their courses in English Language. Students can work and study in Finland. There is no specific minimum wage, because there is no legislation on it.

In Malaysia there are four types of institutions offering higher education, namely: local public university, international …

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Data Science for a Better Future of Medical and Healthcare Industry

Today, technology is everything, every industry is now depending on technological advances to increase their revenue. However, the most basic reason why industries rely on technology is to keep market competition high and offer the best customer services. One such revolutionary stream which has taken almost every other industry by storm is data science for which one can find many quality certificates.

It is all about gathering data, pruning data and then understanding the data to find meaningful insights at the end of the data pipeline. All these insights are then used to create value to the company by increasing customer satisfaction, developing new products and making existing products and services more efficiently. One such field which is now extensively using large data is medicine and healthcare.

BIG DATA IN HEALTHCARE

By 2020, healthcare data will be exceeding 2,314 exabytes. What use is of all the intense data pile if not applied to understand the healthcare scenario better. In the past, all the medical records were stored as hard copies, but with big data emerging the records are collected, stored and interpreted via data science tools. Having structured medical data helps in better patient care and healthcare decision making.

There are three types of data that is grouped by healthcare units across the globe. They are:

  1. Electronic patient records.
  2. Clinical records made by doctors, nurses in the form of prescriptions, medical reports, laboratory notes, and medical insurance companies.
  3. And machine-generated data from social media, website traffic, news data, journals and machines showing vital signs.

DATA SCIENCE IN TRACKING PATIENT VITALS

It helps in tracking the vitality of all the patients who are plugged into different devices which keeps the track of all the vital signs like blood pressure, heart rate, respiratory rate etc. Using big data helps doctors in knowing any kind of vital changes in the patient's body quickly without a need to monitor them personally all the time.

DATA SCIENCE IN DATA SOLUTIONS

Medical and health care industry handles an intense amount of data on every day basis, which needs systematic collection, sorting, and systematic storing. It helps in handling the data so that doctors and medical practitioners can have easy access when in need.

DATA SCIENCE IN BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

Almost every other hospital is part of corporate firms and groups, which is why there is a continuous need to earn revenue and make the hospitals a profitable ecosystem. It helps in creating business plans and new products which boost the business success rates.

DATA SCIENCE IN FRAUD DETECTION

Every industry is susceptible to forgery and human error, same with the medical industry. So, there can be faults like, mismanagement of data or like writing faulty prescriptions and false medical insurance claims. It can help solve these problems by cross-analyzing the data and alerting when precarious medical practices take place.

Considering all the above applications in the medical field and many other industries who use data science extensively, one can say today there is a huge need to …

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5 Universities To Pursue Engineering Courses In Pakistan

Are you planning an pursuing an engineering course in Pakistan? There are many universities in the country where you can pursue your dream course. Some of the best institutions that you can attend include:

Air University

This is a public research university that is located in Islamabad and Multan. The institution was established in 2002 and over the years it has become one of the most reputable institutions of higher learning.

In fact, it was recently ranked among the most notable universities in Engineering and Technology. Some of the notable engineering courses that you can study in the University include: mechanical, mechatronics, electrical, aerospace, avionics, communication systems, and control systems engineering.

University Of Central Punjab

It's commonly known as UCP and it's a private university that is located in Lahore, Pakistan. The institution was established in 1996 and over the years it has grown to become one of the most popular universities in Lahore. Currently the University has over 8,000 students.

There are many engineering courses that you can take in the institution. Some of the courses include: electrical, computer, data communication, electrical machine and telecommunication engineering.

University Of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar

It's located in Peshawar, Pakistan and one of the most reputable universities in the country. The institution is widely known for its civil engineering programs which are heavily involved with the research of earthquakes.

The good thing with the institution is that it offers undergraduate, post-graduate and doctoral programs in engineering; therefore, regardless of your level you will definitely find a place in the institution.

NED University of Engineering and Technology

It's a public university and one of the oldest institutions of higher learning in Pakistan. It's popular for its strong emphasis in science and technology. It was founded in 1922 and offers many types of engineering courses such as: civil, bio medical, mechanical and manufacturing, computer, and chemical and process engineering.

Balochistan University of Engineering and Technology

It's a public institution offering different types of engineering courses. Some of the courses that it offers include: civil, information technology, computer, electrical, and mechanical engineering.

Conclusion

These are some of the best engineering universities where you can pursue your dream-engineering course. It's good to note that the different institutions have different admission dates and criteria. All you need to do is your research and find the admission dates and criteria for the institution where you want to study. …

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Best Universities for Study Abroad in Beijing, China

China is home to one of the oldest continuous civilizations in the world. Since ancient times, the country has been an epitome of higher learning. Scholars, philosophers and travelers from around the world had traveled to China in order to acquire knowledge.

Even today, the country enjoys an excellent reputation as a center for higher learning. In fact, China has now become the third most favored nation of international students, after the US and UK. Every year, thousands of students from around the world travel to China, in pursuit of higher education in the field of engineering, medicine, arts, business management, IT, and other subjects.

Beijing, being the capital of China and its most vibrant, international city, offers students with a wide range of universities to choose from. The city is often the first choice of foreign students who study abroad in China. Here are the best universities to study abroad at in Beijing:

1. Peking University

Established in 1898, Peking University is one of the top universities in Asia. There are about 30 colleges in this university, which offer a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs. The university has produced some of the top political thinkers of China, including many past presidents and high-ranking officials.

Programs here include Anthropology, Applied Chemistry, Art Studies, Chinese Language & Literature, Computer Application, IT, and more. The main camp of the university is situated near the Summer Palace, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the university campus itself is beautiful, with a traditional Chinese feel. The university also offers scholarships to foreign students. For more information on the university, please visit the official website.

Official Website – english.pku.edu.cn/

2. Beijing Normal University (BNU)

BNU is a 112 year old university which is very popular with international students. Currently there are study abroad students from more than 80 countries at BNU. The university offers a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and doctor programs in English as well as Chinese. Some of the programs offered by BNU include courses in the field of Accounting, Applied Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Economy, Literature etc. The university also offers a wide range of features to woo foreign students, including free airport pickup. The university's handbook for foreign students can be found on their website.

Official Website – bnulxsh.com/english/

3. Tsinghua University

Tsinghua is the most popular university in Beijing for higher studies in engineering and technology, learning it the nickname "MIT of China". It is located in the north-western suburbs of the city. For international students, the university offers scholarships as well as student exchange programs. The Tsinghua University has 48 departments, 12 colleges, 41 research centers and 35 research institutes.

There is a history museum inside the campus, which has become one of the attractions of the university. It is regularly ranked as one of the top universities in China. Currently, more than 3,500 international students, belonging to 121 countries, study in this university.

4. China University of Political Science and Law (CuPL)

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10 Ways to Improve Logical Critical Thinking and Reasoning

If you’ve ever wondered how to make your brain work harder for you, and how to improve logical critical thinking and reasoning, then this is for you.

Science writer, Rhodes scholar and two-time author Jonah Lehrer has come up with some unexpected ways you can help your brain stay fit and sharp. As an organ like any other in our body, it makes sense that exercise might be helpful.

There are, according to Lehrer, ten principles of better thinking you can apply to your own life to improve your own mind.

1. Tap your emotions – don’t avoid what they tell you, but listen and act accordingly where possible. These feelings are coming from someplace, brought on by facts outside of your conscious awareness.

2. Trust your instincts – once you’ve developed a skill, the time invested has given you reliable instincts, so instincts to can often be trusted.

3. Consider alternatives – the brain naturally filters the world to confirm what it believes, stop and consider just the opposite.

4. Know what you like – don’t be fooled by price tags or popularity, decide for yourself what’s for you, and what isn’t.

5. Take long showers – research shows that insight always arrives at the precise moment you’re not attending to the problem, most likely because our minds tune in better when free of stress.

6. Suspect your memory – the act of recalling an event changes the structure of the event, so the more you think about it, the less accurate your recollection can become.

7. Don’t overdo – the prefrontal cortex, responsible for willpower and thinking is easily depleted according to studies. You can do lots of things, just not all at the very same time. So, multitasking is not effective.

8. Learn from mistakes – successful people pay attention to their fumbles, as well as constantly looking for what they could improve upon – vital to learning.

9. Daydream – this is an incredibly important tool for creativity, causing a rush of action in an area known as the default network that allows the mind to make new associations. Daydreaming actually puts your brain into overdrive.

10. Think about thinking – introspection may well be the key to good judgment, at least the equal of intelligence and experience.

A unique list to be sure, but worthwhile to consider.

Lehrer has a keen interest in the brain and the neuroscience of thinking and decision making. He thinks of the brain much like a Swiss Army knife with all kinds of tools for different things. The thing you have to do is be sure you’re using the right tool at the right time.

Beyond mental exercise there are other things you can do to keep your brain healthy.

Eating a diet rich in antioxidant-loaded foods like almonds, leafy greens and blueberries is a smart choice.

Vitamin D has also been shown on multiple occasions to help with memory and information processing, so be sure you’re getting as much …

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Best Laptop Computers for College Students

1. Overview

Before we look at the laptops most suitable for college students, we should understand what makes a good student laptop. Typically, a student would want a laptop that's lightweight and comfortable enough to lug to and from their various classes. In addition, the laptop has to have great battery life and performance. And price is sometimes a concern, so the above features need to be packed into an affordable package.

After considering the types of laptops suitable for college students, I've decided to split them into three categories: budget, thin and light and ultraportable. So let's take a look at them now …

2. Budget Laptops

For a college student who is short on cash, a budget laptop is a good buy. Some of the best budget laptops include those from Dell, Toshiba and HP. I personally find the Toshiba Satellite A215-S4747 to be a great budget laptop. You get an AMD based dual core CPU, which perfroms very well with most applications. You also get a huge 200GB hard drive and a large number of peripheral ports.

There's also a nice Sony VGN-NR160E / S model that is (surprisingly) within the budget category. Out of the box, this machine gives you the Intel Core 2 Duo T5250 processor, 1 GB of RAM and a large 160GB hard drive – that's a lot of computing power at budget price.

3. Thin and Light Laptops

If you prefer a more powerful laptop and do not mind a little bit of weight, then try going for a thin and light laptop. Some of the models I can think of include those from Lenovo, HP and Sony.

The Sony VAIO VGN-FZ280E is a pretty good choice for a thin and light notebook. This system comes with a Bluray compatible writer that can also burn CDs and DVDs. You also get an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0GHz CPU, 2GB RAM and a very large 250GB hard drive.

Another model I'd consider is the HP Pavilion dv6675us. You will get an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0GHz CPU, 4GB RAM and 250GB of hard drive space. The 4GB of RAM is a great feature which will come in handy if you're a student of finance or science and need to run intensive computational applications.

4. Ultraportable Laptops

If the size and weight of the laptop is of high importance to you, then go for an ultraportable laptop. These laptops give very good computing performance in a very small, compact package.

In this category, I think the Lenovo ThinkPad X61 is a great choice for students. It is slightly pricey (but not outrageously so) but it is one of the best performing laptops around. It weighs only about 3 pounds and is since an extremely portable piece of hardware. You also get an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0GHz CPU, 2GB RAM and an ample 100GB hard drive. You do not get a built-in DVD writer though – that unit is external to the laptop.

Another …

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The Collision of Science and Art

It takes a good learning and well-equipped skills to become a name in the interior design industry. Not everyone was given the gift of having a good command in generating and conceptualizing designs that will not only be beautiful but functional as well.

The collision of Science and Art in the modern world is very evident, and is accounted for remarkable results. There are a lot of new generation gadgets which uses the influences of both, cellular phones in particular, packed with different modern features inside and covered with art-inspired approach outside.

Interior Designs is one particular field wherein art and science are put together to obtain a very an aesthetically beautiful and functional result. It is an art because it is the product of human activity in which materials are shaped or selected to convey an idea, emotion, or visually interesting form and science because it is examined, tested, and verified. In general Interior Design is an art because of the fact that it gives everyone an extra-ordinary visual experience by means of designs, Science because before a design is to be installed it first undergoes crucial studies and design conceptualization. Every detail included in the design as a whole is a result of the tough process done by professional interior designers who have given their full passion and dedication for their work.

The modern and artistic city of Los Angeles is home to interior designers guided by scientifically based principles and artistically inspired ideas. Interior Designers in Los Angeles practice the combination of both attribute in every work that they are doing is the. By practicing these two makes their work especially the designs that they generate outstand. Every Design is truly an example of Science meeting Art. The beautiful designs always accompany functionality. They see to it that every interior design that they make is considerable as a masterpiece. With all the possible resources that the world’s most competitive interior designer has the Interior Designer Los Angeles aims to make another approach on how interior design is being done. They want to come up with an integrated interior design that will not only change how people live their life but also make them realize how it is beautiful to be alive.…

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Forensic Science History

The "Eureka" legend of Archimedes (287-212 BC) can be considered an early account of the use of forensic science. In this case, by examining the principles of water displacement, Archimedes was able to prove that a certain crown was not made of gold, as it was being fraudulently claimed, by its density and buoyancy. The earliest account of using fingerprints to establish identity was during the 7th century AD. According to Soleiman, an Arabic merchant, a debtor's fingerprints were affixed to a bill, which would then be given to the lender. This bill was sinceforth, legally recognized as a proof of the validity of the debt.

The first written account of using medicine and entomology to resolve criminal cases is attributed to the book Xi Yuan Ji Lu, translated as "Collected Cases of Injustice Rectified", written in 1248 China by Song Ci (1186-1249). In one of the accounts, the case of a person killed with a sickle was solved by a death investigator who taught everyone to bring their sickles to one location. Flies, attracted by the smell of blood, eventually gathered only on a certain sickle. In the light of this, the murderer is always confused. The book also offered advice on how to distinguish between a drowning (water in the lungs) and strangulation (broken neck cartilage).

In sixteenth century Europe, medical practitioners in the army and university settings began to gather information on the cause and manner of death. Ambrose Paré, a French army surgeon, systematically studied the effects of violent death on internal organs. Two Italian surgeons, Fortunato Fidelis and Paolo Zacchia, laid the foundation of modern pathology by studying the changes that occurred in the structure of the body as a result of diseases. In the late 1700s, various writings on these topics begin to appear. These included – "A Treatise on Forensic Medicines and Public Health" by the French physicist Fodéré, and "The Complete System of Police Medicine" by the German medical expert Johann Peter Franck.

In 1775, a Swedish chemist by the name of Carl Wilhelm Scheele devised a way of detecting arsenic oxide, simple arsenic, in corpses, but only in large quantities. This investigation was expanded, in 1806, by a German chemist Valentin Ross, who learnt to detect the poison in the walls of a victim's stomach, and by English chemist James Marsh, who used chemical processes to confirm arsenic as the cause of death in an 1836 murder trial.

Two early examples of English forensic science in individual legal proceedings demonstrated the increased use of logic and procedure in criminal investigations. In 1784, in Lancaster, England, a person called John Toms, was tried and convicted for murdering Edward Culshaw with a pistol. When the dead body of Culshaw was examined, a pistol wad, basically crushed paper used to secure powder and balls in the muzzle, which was found in his head wound, matched perfectly with a torn newspaper found in Toms' pocket. In 1816, in Warwick, England, a farm laborer was tried …

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