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  • LEARNING

    Playing the odds in VEGAS

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 27/06/2010

    » There's barely a week to go before returning to Thailand, and I'm pulling out all stops to cram in as much as I can into my time left here in the United States. One of those activities includes a whirlwind trip to Las Vegas.

  • LEARNING

    Edible kitty litter, Viagra & Odourless cat's urine

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 30/05/2010

    » One of the first things I become expert at whenever I visit the United States is its television. I have no choice in the matter. Over here in the States I'm awake when I'm asleep in Bangkok, and jetlag thus hits me like a Northeastern truck driver on methamphetamines.

  • LEARNING

    The Eruption's disruption

    Learningpost, David Canavan, Published on 04/05/2010

    » You would have to be living under a rock (or a volcano!) to not know about Eyjafjallajokull - pronounced EYE-ya-fyat-lah-YOH-kuht and means "island-mountain glacier" in Icelandic - the Iceland volcano that, at its peak, spewed huge amounts of ash into the atmosphere, grounding much of Europe's air travel. Today we will explore volcanoes, the effect of the Eyjafjallajokull eruption on global air travel and its dangers to aircraft.

  • LEARNING

    Oh my God!

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 09/05/2010

    » In the Obituaries column of the stalwart Tribune newspaper this week, we learn of an elderly gentleman who finally shook off his mortal made-in-California coil. The very first paragraph reads thus: "Maynard Oscar Kirkland, 90, entered heavens gates in the early morning hours of Tuesday, April 27, 2010."

  • LEARNING

    A man and his Motor Mouse

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 14/03/2010

    » Imagine my surprise last week when a mouse stuck its head out of my car air-conditioner. It was late at night in the car park of Channel 3. It seems this little mouse had made a home in my car for more than a few days, which would explain the scuffling and shuffling heard on and off by yours truly this past week. Thank goodness it was a mouse and not the onset of schizophrenia.

  • LEARNING

    Climate change

    Learningpost, David Canavan, Published on 05/01/2010

    » You will struggle to find anyone who has not heard the terms "climate change", "global warming" and "greenhouse effect". Recently, there was a climate change conference in Copenhagen. It was attended by many world leaders, who sadly didn't achieve much in the way of future reductions of carbon emissions. But what exactly is climate change? Let's explore the question.

  • LEARNING

    No emissions? No waste? No way!

    Learningpost, David Canavan, Published on 19/01/2010

    » Continuing on the green theme from the last two articles, I have decided to write an article on what I consider to be the future of living and how modern-day buildings can be adapted to become more environmentally friendly.

  • LEARNING

    Adding value to values

    Learningpost, Edward Roy Krishnan, PHD, Published on 09/02/2010

    » One of the major purposes of schools as a social institution is to teach and perpetuate human values. Good values are key to communal solidarity and harmonious living among people.

  • LEARNING

    Colourful opportunity in grammar

    Learningpost, Heather Vlach, Published on 09/02/2010

    » Colour is a powerful and important communication tool, and can mean many things to people of different cultures.

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