The Quantum Physics of Relationship

love-and-physics

From where i’m standing tonight taking into consideration its elliptical orbit and factoring in the relative velocities of both the object and this point of reference the moon close to its Apogee is Three hundred eighty Seven thousand Nine hundred seventy-five kilometers away and will be farther away, by the time I finish this sentence but no matter… give me enough time, some training from NASA and a space shuttle and damn it I will conquer that distance. Continue reading “The Quantum Physics of Relationship”

What it feels to have an IQ of 135?

Having an IQ 135+ is an enviable and an admirable trait. Having high IQ, understanding of social norms and thus achieving a satisfactory life style is a SOP All Human Beings should strive on. It’s no big deal. Whoever you are, you’ll gravitate towards those who are like you in the ways you feel are important.

Your IQ is a measure of your intelligence… 120 – 139: With an IQ of 120 to 139, it means you have very superior intelligence and your intelligence is better than most. A superior intelligence means that your intelligence is better than most people but not as high as those with an IQ of 140. Continue reading “What it feels to have an IQ of 135?”

Someone Views my Social-Media Profile

Social-Media. It’s a powerful platform that connects you with millions of professionals across the globe. Blah, blah, blah. Sure, that’s amazing and all—but, it’s not even close to my favorite part about this networking tool. What’s the very best thing about Social-Media? You already know the answer. Continue reading “Someone Views my Social-Media Profile”

What to Do when Someone Accuses You of Lying?

Being accused of lying can have as much impact as a physical blow to the body, especially when the accusation is false. Although your first inclination after the accusation may be to be aggressive in defending your good name, being assertive instead is a better approach. Similarly, avoiding confrontation with the individual who accuses you of lying can leave you feeling frustrated, particularly because the underlying inaccuracy remains active. Not saying anything and hoping the accusation will simply go away usually has the opposite effect and can lead to additional accusations. Continue reading “What to Do when Someone Accuses You of Lying?”

To whom we shall put the blame ? To our Student or to our Teachers.

Why the Philippines never even make it even just to the last? We can’t blame the funds consider the Mongolia’s economy to ours.

The Philippines is last on the list. Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar ranked higher.

There has to be something wrong. I simply cannot believe our IQ level is lowest in the region or has deteriorated that badly. On the contrary, we should be one of those on top of that list. We have proven ourselves highly intelligent in many fields and in many countries all over the world.

Continue reading “To whom we shall put the blame ? To our Student or to our Teachers.”

Darkness day of my Life

Ika Disinuebe nin Hunyo Dosmil-disinuebe, Makusog na durus nin parus garo bagyo ang paabuton namamatian ko. Madiklom na umabot asin mayo akong maginibo, kundi mation ang kusog kang duros na maydarang makusog na uran na kayang rauton ang gabos na agihan nya. Piriton ko man talagang huri ng ang gabos yaon na siya.

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Don’t Let Your (Technology) Tools Use You

“In an information-rich world, the wealth of information means a dearth of something else: a scarcity of whatever it is that information consumes. What information consumes is rather obvious: it consumes the attention of its recipients. Hence a wealth of information creates a poverty of attention and a need to allocate that attention efficiently among the overabundance of information sources that might consume it.”

A shovel is just a shovel. You shovel things with it. You can break up weeds and dirt. (You can also whack someone with it.) I’m not sure I’ve seen a shovel used for much else. Continue reading “Don’t Let Your (Technology) Tools Use You”