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Gout Treated With Homeopathy Jul 23

Submitted by: Colleen Redman

Homeopathy treats holistically, it does not treat the symptoms of the disease, it targets the root cause of dis-ease in the sick person. Not all people who suffer from gout will have the same symptoms, that’s why treating all individuals with the same prescription drug will produce so many varied responses.

Some may experience instantaneous relief without any apparent side effects, while others receive no relief and may have many aggravations from the drug, all in accordance with individual susceptibilities and predispositions of the patient.

This is the argument for treating the patient holistically and individually, and this is the method classical homeopathy uses to treat all disease. Every disease has its particular package of symptoms attached to it, but exactly how they will manifest in the individual patient will depend on their susceptibilities.

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Homeopathy is interested in the emotional and environmental factors which may have triggered the dis-ease in the patient. The fact that the patient has gout in the toe, knee, ankle or wherever is of no importance, its how the patient reacts to their disease,and what other accompanying symptoms they may have.

Some patients may have a low pain threshold, become angry, and aggressive, abuse their carers, blame others for their problems and demand immediate relief to their suffering.Other patients may bear their gout with great fortitude and accept their disease as part of life, they may demand much of themselves and very little of others.

Here are two vastly different personalities who may have what is called gout, however, the homeopathic remedies chosen will be based on their individual personalities, not on the outward manifestations of their disease.

Homeopathy will treat your gout with a remedy which produces similar symptoms to what you have. If gout in your big toe wakes you at 3-00am on a bitterly cold morning and you hit the bathroom and plunge your toe into icy cold water to gain relief while at the same time you are shouting profanities and abuse to all, it is important to take note of this symptom, for this is an individual expression of your dis-ease.

It may appear strange to use a remedy which causes similar symptoms to what you may be experiencing, but this is the way of homeopathy. It does not treat superficially, it treats the whole person, and although the remedy does not have side effects, if the remedy has been well chosen it should cause an aggravation of your existing symptoms.

Although you may find this bit of news disturbing for we all like to have our symptoms palliated, sooner rather than later, but this is not cure, it is a masking effect and symptoms will soon return with greater force.

This aggravating effect of the remedy has matched your energy, and you will find that your symptoms will slowly fade. Symptoms which disappear in the reverse order of their coming are removed permanently.Gout treated with homeopathy will return you to health and vitality.

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Scientist: Sulfur remedy for greenhouse effect backed by data Jul 23

Sunday, December 17, 2006 

Nobel Prize winner Professor Paul J. Crutzen has stated he has data to support his controversial claim that injecting sulfur into the atmosphere would negate the greenhouse effect.

The data is intended to quiet critics of the theory he first discussed in the scientific journal Climatic Change in August, 2006.

The 1995 Nobel Prize winner in chemistry stated “Our calculations using the best models available have shown that injecting 1 million tonnes of sulfur a year would cool down the climate so the greenhouse effect is wiped out.”

The theory uses the idea that an added layer of sulfates in the stratosphere, approximately 16 kilometres above the earth, would reflect sunlight back into space and reduce the amount of solar radiation reaching the Earth’s surface.

Critics have shown that the earth has struggled for decades to reduce sulfur pollution, and how it is a component of acid rain that kills plantlife and animals.

A large-scale experiment would be impossible to conduct, however scientists have noticed that massive volcanic eruptions have had similar effects on the earth. The 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines lowered temperatures around the world for two years, according to data taken at the time.

Crutzen resparked discussion on the topic, a theory which has been dismissed up until now as dangerous. “Until August this was a taboo issue. But the paper I published really set off some movement in this area. It never hit the level of seriousness which it has taken in the past months,” Crutzen said.

Environmental groups are skeptical but agree the idea should be investigated. “This idea should be examined and as a last resort it can buy us a few decades,” said Steve Sawyer, a policy adviser for Greenpeace International.

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California Senator Carole Migden says medication may have caused car crash Jul 21

Thursday, May 24, 2007 

California Senator Carole Migden has revealed that she is suffering from leukemia and that medication prescribed to her may have contributed to a car accident she caused on May 18. Earlier Migden said that she was driving her state-leased SUV while reaching for her cell phone.

The announcement comes when witnesses called police to say that Migden was weaving along Highway 12 in Solano County, California. They also reported that she drove over the center median on several occasions and that after the accident she got out of her car and proceeded to yell, “I’m a senator!.” Witnesses say that she “didn’t seem all there at the time.”

According to Migden, doctors diagnosed her with leukemia in 1997, but did not reveal to the public her disease because she did not want “pity” from anyone. Migden also says that back in February, she was pronounced as “disease free.”

Migden says that she had an unexplained medical event and that her medication claim is not an excuse for her driving.

“I owe an explanation to the public and myself and, in particular, the person I hurt. I don’t have a recollection of what happened. I can only conclude I had a medical event I can’t explain. It’s not an excuse; it may be an explanation,” said Migden.

Authorities have stated that they recommended charges of “unsafe driving” be filed against Migden, but that the incident still be investigated.

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Manifold Types Of Indian Painting That Can Enthrall You Jul 20

Manifold Types of Indian Painting That Can Enthrall You

by

Sandy_John

According to historians the relationship between India and painting dates back to 5500 BC and the earliest existent example of Indian painting is found in Bhimberka Caves in the Madhya Pradesh. Since that time the style of Indian painting has been witnessed various shifts, from palm-leaf paintings to rock paintings to contemporary arts, like oil painting and glass painting. With the advancement of time, mentality of people have been changed and that clearly depicted by the Indian paintings.

Like India, the country s painting is characterized by diversity. The Indian painting is categorized into multiple types; the major types of Indian paintings are discussed hereunder.

Miniature painting: This type of painting is one of the most highly admired types of Indian paintings. The Miniature painting actually is executed on the solid structures, walls, leaves, metal and cloth. The experts say that the Pallas of Bengal were the pioneers of the miniature art form of the Miniature painting. During the Mughal Dynastic the peak time of the miniature paintings was observed. According to the experts, some of the earliest examples of Miniature painting are Ogha-niryukti, Astasahasrika Prajnaparamita, Dasavaikalika-tika and so on. Recently it has been known that the earliest illustrated manuscripts on paper are from the Bhagvata Purana and Gitagovinda of Jayadeva.

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Murals arts: This type of art is primarily executed on the walls of solid structures, such as temples, palaces and rocks. Today some of the finest mural arts are found in Kailasnatha Temple in Ellora, Badami, Sittanavasal in South India and in Ajanta Caves. All these artwork depict religious themes, scenes from the lives of Buddhist monks, mythical creatures and so on.

Rajput Painting: This type of painting includes the Miniature and Mural types of paintings which are done in the Royal courts of Rajputana. The Rajput paintings basically depict the events and stories from different epics like Mahabharata, Bhagavata Gita and Ramayana.

Modern Indian paintings and artworks: With the beginning of the Colonial Era the Western ideas of arts began influencing the Indian artworks. In the present time, when Indian spiritual themes are portrayed with the modern perspective then they fetch international acclaim.

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Reflections, Lichtenstein, two new exhibitions at Edinburgh’s Modern One Jul 19

Saturday, March 14, 2015 

This weekend saw the opening of two new exhibitions at Edinburgh’s National Gallery of Modern Art. Wikinews attended Thursday’s press preview for the event where a full contingent of the capital’s press turned out to see the striking collection of paintings, photographs, and other works. Presented below are a selection of images captured at the preview.

REFLECTIONS: A Series of Changing Displays of Contemporary Art, billed as a showcase of a “diverse range of internationally-renowned contemporary and modern artists” is to display major works from the Gallery’s permanent collection, alongside important loans. Alongside this broad range of works, a three-room display of pieces on-loan from the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation — with a dramatic painted steel relief, ‘borrowed’ from the Tate in London — runs from March 14 through to January 10 next year.

Admission to both exhibitions is free; being located in Dean, to the north-west of Edinburgh’s city centre, a free Gallery bus service is available.

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Reflections, Lichtenstein, two new exhibitions at Edinburgh’s Modern One Jul 19

Saturday, March 14, 2015 

This weekend saw the opening of two new exhibitions at Edinburgh’s National Gallery of Modern Art. Wikinews attended Thursday’s press preview for the event where a full contingent of the capital’s press turned out to see the striking collection of paintings, photographs, and other works. Presented below are a selection of images captured at the preview.

REFLECTIONS: A Series of Changing Displays of Contemporary Art, billed as a showcase of a “diverse range of internationally-renowned contemporary and modern artists” is to display major works from the Gallery’s permanent collection, alongside important loans. Alongside this broad range of works, a three-room display of pieces on-loan from the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation — with a dramatic painted steel relief, ‘borrowed’ from the Tate in London — runs from March 14 through to January 10 next year.

Admission to both exhibitions is free; being located in Dean, to the north-west of Edinburgh’s city centre, a free Gallery bus service is available.

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Reflections, Lichtenstein, two new exhibitions at Edinburgh’s Modern One Jul 18

Saturday, March 14, 2015 

This weekend saw the opening of two new exhibitions at Edinburgh’s National Gallery of Modern Art. Wikinews attended Thursday’s press preview for the event where a full contingent of the capital’s press turned out to see the striking collection of paintings, photographs, and other works. Presented below are a selection of images captured at the preview.

REFLECTIONS: A Series of Changing Displays of Contemporary Art, billed as a showcase of a “diverse range of internationally-renowned contemporary and modern artists” is to display major works from the Gallery’s permanent collection, alongside important loans. Alongside this broad range of works, a three-room display of pieces on-loan from the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation — with a dramatic painted steel relief, ‘borrowed’ from the Tate in London — runs from March 14 through to January 10 next year.

Admission to both exhibitions is free; being located in Dean, to the north-west of Edinburgh’s city centre, a free Gallery bus service is available.

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Mla Citations : How To Cite Sources Inside The Text In Mla Style Jul 15

By Brian Scott

When citing sources in an MLA Style thesis or dissertation, you’ll need to follow two different formats. In-text citations are references to sources that you make within the main text of your paper. “Works Cited” is a separate page at the end of your paper where you list every reference source you used in the paper.

In a formal paper, it’s important to cite every source you use. You need to let your readers know that you’ve performed the proper research to support the position you’ve taken in the paper. Readers who want more information than what you’ve provided in your paper can use the cited sources. It’s important to credit the researchers who provided the information in your paper.

With this article, we’ll focus on MLA rules for citing sources inside the text.

I. BASIC RULES

With MLA Style, an in-text citation is sometimes called a parenthetical citation. Essentially, any time you paraphrase another person’s or source’s ideas, or any time you use a direct quotation in your paper, you need to cite that source.

By citing the source within the text, you give your readers a chance to find the source material themselves, should they want more information about a particular quote or idea.

II. IN-TEXT CITATIONS

When creating an in-text citation, you want to give your readers an easy method for finding the source material. You only need enough information in the in-text citation to give the reader an easy method of finding the source in the Works Cited list at the end of your paper. Because the Works Cited list will be in alphabetical order, listed by the author’s last name first, you only need to list the author’s last name for your in-text citation. That should be enough information for your readers to find the source on the Works Cited page.

Here are some examples for in-text citations, based on particular sources and circumstances.

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A) One source, author known.

List the author of the source and the page number or numbers that you used in your reference. Place the source material inside parentheses immediately after the material you need to source. Do not separate the author’s name and the page number with any punctuation.

*Some economists have indicated that technological advancements spur economic growth (Johnson 16).

B) One source, author unknown.

In addition to the page number, list a shortened title for the source, if you don’t know the author’s name. If the title is for a long work, list it in italics. If the title is for a short work, list it inside quotation marks. Again, use parentheses for the in-text citation.

*Some economists have indicated that technological advancements spur economic growth (“2007 Economic Growth Report” 16).

C) Two or more sources, authors known.

Follow the same rules as you used with one source, but you’ll need to separate each source with a semicolon.

*Some economists have indicated that technological advancements spur economic growth (Johnson 16; Jones 37-38; Smith 2).

D) Multiple works, same author.

If you have more than one source from the same author, just add a shortened title for the particular source you’re using to the author’s name in the in-text citation. Separate the author’s name and the title with a comma.

*Some economists have indicated that technological advancements spur economic growth (Johnson, “2007 Economic Growth Report” 16).

E) Multiple authors, same last name.

You might end up with sources from two different authors who share the same last name. In that case, you may use the author’s first initial, first and middle initials, first name and middle initial, or first and middle names. Use as much of the first and middle names as required so it’s easy for your readers to find the source in the Works Cited list.

*Some economists have indicated that technological advancements spur economic growth (B. Johnson 16).

F) Indirect source.

If you have a quote taken from an indirect source, include the phrase “qtd. in” with the in-text citation. List the actual source where you found the quote in the in-text citation and in the Works Cited list.

*Jones has mentioned that “technological advancements spur economic growth” (qtd. in Johnson 16).

G) Other option.

If it makes more sense in your writing to list the author in the actual text, you can simply list the page number inside the parentheses for the in-text citation.

*The economist Johnson has indicated that technological advancements spur economic growth (16).

Although MLA Style allows you to use the author’s name in the text of the sentence you’re citing, you are not allowed to use the page number or numbers in the sentence. The page number should always appear in parentheses.

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Russian submarine rescued by Royal Navy Jul 15

Sunday, August 7, 2005 

A Russian submarine trapped during a training exercise in Berezov Bay, 75 km south of Petropavlovsk in Kamchatka, has been rescued after it was cut free by a Royal Navy Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV). The crew of seven officers and midshipmen, who spent three days in temperatures around 6oC and were running out of oxygen supplies, were unharmed.

The submarine appeared on the surface at 4:15 p.m. local time. “The crew opened the hatch and climbed the rescue ship’s deck on their own,” said Admiral Victor Fyedorov. The first aid to the crew was given on ship Alagez, and they were transferred to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatka hospital.

The British Scorpio ROV cut fishing nets and debris, freeing the trapped submarine. “The rescue operation was completed successfully. We thank everyone, and especially the British rescue crew,” said Fyedorov.

The submarine will be repaired and modernized. “After salvaging it, AS-28 will be carried on one of the rescue ship’s decks to the coast, where specialists will examine it,” said a spokesperson of VMS (“Company for secondary metal and boats”). Russian President Vladimir Putin has pledged an inquiry into the incident.

The United States and Japan also sent equipment to help in the rescue. However, it was not used.

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