Hello I am Dharmendra Bonomaully from the lovely island of Mauritius. I am a writer and book reviewer. I have been an avid reader since childhood. I am fluent in both English and French language.
The new Era of Brain Hacking
In an era dominated by technological advancements and rapid digitalization, the notion of hacking has transcended its traditional realm of computers and networks. A new frontier has emerged, one that delves into the intricate landscape of the human mind — a concept aptly termed "brain hacking." This phenomenon revolves around the manipulation of cognitive processes, exploiting vulnerabilities in the human brain to achieve various outcomes, both benign and malevolent. From enhancing productivity to influencing decisions, and from fostering creativity to sowing seeds of addiction, brain hacking has the potential to reshape the very fabric of human experience.
Atrocities committed by Japan during the second World War
During World War II, Japan committed a number of atrocities and war crimes, both in Asia and the Pacific, which caused immense suffering and loss of life. Some of the most well-known atrocities committed by Japan during this time include:
Mount Kailash: Mountain or Pyramid?
The first group that attempted to go up Mount Kailash went missing. The next Group after them started to age as they climbed up. They stopped climbing but still died of old age despite being very young. Some scientists also attempted to scale the mountain and aged two weeks in six hours. What is wrong with this mountain why are there strange things happening around it?
Steroids and Sports
One of the most widely discussed and controversial arenas of human performance concerns the use of steroid supplements to enhance athletic ability for a variety of sports, ranging from bicycling to baseball. There is strong evidence that human athletes have attempted to enhance their athletic performance using steroids since the 1950s, but whether, and in which sports, steroids are actually effective remains controversial (reviewed by Ryan 1981; George 2003; Hartgens and Kuipers 2004). In general, steroids used by athletes encompass a wide variety of forms of the androgen testosterone (George 2003), and most seem to have the classical androgenic and anabolic effects on men, although steroid use by women cannot be ignored (Malarkey et al. 1991; Gruber and Pope 2000). Alternative forms of testosterone (e.g., testosterone enanthate, methandrostenolone) are typically used by those desiring enhanced performance because ingested or injected testosterone is quickly metabolized into inactive forms (Wilson 1988). Therefore, the human studies we cite relate to testosterone derivatives. However, early studies on the effects of steroids on human performance had major design flaws: B. Absence of control group and double-blind study, presence of confounding factors (such as differences in training level and motivation). and inadequate statistical methods (Bhasin et al. 2001; reviewed by George 2003). Due to these issues, the question of whether and how steroids actually improve athletic performance has been debated for many years until more recent research has conclusively demonstrated the significant effects of steroids. remained unresolved.
Cannabis should be declared Illegal at all cost
Cannabis, also known as marijuana, is a plant that has been used for various purposes for thousands of years. It belongs to the Cannabaceae family and has three primary species: Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica, and Cannabis ruderalis. The plant contains various compounds called cannabinoids, the most well-known of which are tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD).
New Power Saving Innovation By Tesla
Elon Musk, the virtuoso President behind sun based power monster Tesla has been all the rage of late. His latest debate is a virtuoso power saving innovation for the individuals who can't manage the cost of extravagant, costly sunlight based chargers. The electric influence organizations are enraged and need Elon's cash saving development prohibited before the American public can make the most of the reserve funds.
The Double Blind Study
In this article, we're going to learn what a double-blind study is and I'm going to explain some examples of it. Then we're going to go over the limitations of a double-blind study in the case of professional studies and research the impact of many treatments that can only be confirmed after their effect has been verified in a double-blind study.
10 things to do if you are taken hostage
Introduction A hostage situation is an incredibly distressing and perilous experience. However, being equipped with knowledge and strategies can significantly enhance your chances of survival. In this article, we will explore ten essential strategies that are crucial to employ during a hostage situation. While every situation is unique and unpredictable, understanding these guidelines can serve as valuable principles to navigate such circumstances and increase the likelihood of a positive outcome.
The truth about Mt Everest
Mt Everest, the highest peak in the world, has captivated the imagination of adventurers and mountaineers for decades. Standing tall at 8,848 meters (29,029 feet), it presents an awe-inspiring challenge that tests the limits of human endurance. However, behind its majestic allure lies a complex and often controversial reality. In this article, we will delve into the truth about Mt Everest, exploring the triumphs, tragedies, environmental concerns, and commercialization that surround this iconic mountain.
Jurassic Park Revisited
Let's move on to a remarkable story that has astonished readers almost everywhere they've read about it. This is due to the fact that scientists in the United States have discovered the very first instance of a crocodile who became pregnant and gave birth to a fetus with 99 DNA matches to herself.