1. Kids can ask as many as 300 questions a day According to research conducted in UK in 2013 from online retailer Littlewoods.com. It was observed that young children asked questions adults around them especially their mothers at least every two and a half minutes. The parents could end up answering an […]
Beyond the walls of ignorance
Hassan is a voracious reader with a firm economics and finance background. Fascinated by history, politics, Science and philosophy. Reading is my passion. Also a sports enthusiasts.
“The life of man (in a state of nature) is solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short” – Thomas Hobbes
“The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing”. Socrates Counter ignorance with knowledge
From agrarian revolution in Britain starting mid 17th century followed by the industrial Revolution to constitutional liberal democracies, the west led by United Kingdom and the United States of America afterwards have always led the world from the front. In technological innovations, in the aggressive foreign policies they have shaped […]
Plagues and epidemics have ravaged humanity throughout its existence sometimes with devastating consequences. They have often changed the course of history and at times, signalled the end of entire civilizations. Below is a brief history of the worst epidemics and pandemics, dating from prehistoric times. 1. Prehistoric epidemic: Circa 3000 […]
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