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  • How Alcohol Affects Sleep
    By: ARVC
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    About 15 percent of people do use alcohol to help them sleep at night. Now, what they don't realize is that it will help them fall asleep but once they've metabolized the alcohol, two to three hours after falling asleep, it will cause fragmentation of their sleep. In the second half of the night you have an increase in your REM periods, which is dream sleep, and if those are fragmented it may hamper your learning process and your memory consolidation, which is what occurs during that stage of sleep. Now, not only will it cause fragmentation of your sleep, but when you've been drinking close to bedtime you will have to wake up to use the bathroom often at night.
  • How to memorize lines
    By: AhnafMustakin
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    People from all kinds of fields; actors, businessmen and even moms need to memorize lines. This task seems very boring and hard and it can be made easy by some simple tricks shown in this video. Write your lines down on a paper, this process helps memorizing 45% faster. If you are remembering lines for a play engage with the character and move as you would on stage, it helps in recalling later. Repeat your lines again and again. Record your lines on a tape recorder and play it on bedtime. Memorize lines with an empty stomach, that’s when the hormone related to memorization is most active.
  • Breaking an Elephant’s ego
    By: AhnafMustakin
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    Elephants are seen with great interest by circus lovers in a circus, when showing their acts. It is indeed a matter of surprise that how such a big animal is trained to do these acts. The video reveals the secret. Life cycle of an elephant is equal to human being. They are broken to make them useful at nursing age. They are separated from their mothers, right after their birth. At the age of 3 baby elephant is tied, confined and kept in isolation. Its training starts at the age of 8. It is all a brutal to force a baby elephant to lie down or stand to two legs. These actions are done with force of ropes repeatedly to the time when the baby elephant stops struggling. At next stage it starts doing it at its own.
  • Why do we clap? Educational video by Vsauce entertainments
    By: articleA
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    Hi, Vsauce Michael here and today I am going to speak about why do we clap? There is a record for the loudest clapping with 113 db and the fastest recorded is 802 claps per minute and when we clap we crease 2.5 to 5 clap per second. But why do we clap? We clap fo admiration, to express our feeling and it is more happen on the stage. And it back to many years ago. The baby after 5 months find our he, she can join this, her hands about the parents will teach him or her in whet situation use it. We use in more in the groups.
  • 3 Phases of Education
    By: AhnafMustakin
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    Educational Technology really is a very helpful tool in the development of our educational system. I love the whole part specially the transition of technology from the traditional way to a more convenient and productive way. It captures the student’s interest in listening and comprehension of information. This is the basic stage of acquiring knowledge, where students tend to understand more from what they saw and what they hear or the visual type of learning. Students may forget the whole thing about the lesson but they will remember what they had seen and heard, makes them remember the root of the lesson which is the heart of teaching.
  • The Beauty of a Ballerina’s Strength
    By: Forumposting
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    Graceful and seemingly light movements by a ballerina put everyone in awe as she splits, twirl and tip toe across the stage. All this is made possible because of the strength that a ballerina has. This strength can be found not just in her legs, but in her arms and abs as well. Many persons may be fooled into thinking that ballerinas aren’t strong as a result of their seemingly thin, long and flat bodies. However, it’s their core strength that allows them to hold, balance and control their weight in so that they can move across the stage with elegance and beauty that is just captivating.
  • Highwaymen Amazing Performance
    By: AhnafMustakin
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    This video is an excerpt from one of Britain’s Got Talent episodes. In this particularly interesting episode a group of men are joining the competition and going on stage bringing their drums with them. As they were interview first by the judges, as it usually was done in the show, two of the judges seem particularly uninterested in the group as they were not like those divas and rockstar singers they particularly like, as do does their costume of black attire with a black mask seemed a little bit old-fashioned. But they did a very great performance that the audiences were so hyped and exhilarated in what they have witnessed.
  • Margaret Thatcher’s famous address at the House of Commons
    By: Forumposting
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    Margaret Thatcher, the stalwart and the most visionary Prime Minister of the United Kingdom has made some powerful statements at the House of Commons. On 30 October 1990, her famous address at the House of Commons on the European council meeting was no different. The then Italian Prime Minister, Giulio Andreotti had decided that the Council would refuse to discuss the GATT. They would instead go for the final stage in European Economic and Monetary Union. This was indeed an attempt made by the Italian Prime Minister to get Margaret Thatcher to either agree or disagree to the proposal forcing her to say "No". This statement brought about her downfall as the members of her party did not share her views
  • Fist tweet by ex-president
    By: Forumposting
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    Today nighttime time's Colbert Report accentuated a suave, magnetic image worshipped by millions for his political power and activism… and William Jefferson Clinton, the 42nd president of the United States. Regardless of the way that the trade between Clinton and Colbert—shot at in the not so far off future Clinton Global Initiative University, a yearly assembling for school learners and youth mixtures—was likely enamoring, it was furthermore fairly foreseeable. Clinton was gushing and boggling as constantly, while Colbert kept doing combating valiantly not to be taken in by his guest's bid. Near the completion of the talk, then again, Colbert had an accurate amaze for Clinton: He had taken the liberty of setting up an imprint new Twitter illustrate the past president, who generally avoids social media. Remembering the greater part of the monikers Colbert tried to tangle were starting as of late taken, @PrezBillyJeff " as of late happened to be free. (Who would have thunk it?) Clinton, ever the incredible wave, pressed on to regulate his first-ever tweet to Colbert from the stage; you'll identify that remarkable brief underneath
  • How To Stage A Home
    By: anjelina
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  • Diverseness in Roles
    By: Forumposting
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    With loads of awards and different types of characters, his reputation in the industry has made him a brand name. The diverseness of his roles; like drama, comedy, action and other critical characters; has made him a versatile artist, which is one of the reasons of his popularity.
  • PSY and his Gangnam Style
    By: Forumposting
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    Gangnam Style which has become the most viral video on YouTube, has been sung by little known South-Korean rapper Park Jae-sang, known better by his stage name, PSY. 35-year old Park hails from an affluent family of South Korea. His love for music has led him to quit his family business and into popularizing the “horsey dance” depicted in Gangnam Style. Though the South Korean rapper has released several videos, Gangnam Style remains the most popular among them. Hopefully in the not-too-distant future, we will come to witness some other Chinese success story quite as famous, if not more famous as PSY and his Gangnam Style.
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