A year old nurse with a sexual fetish for cannibalism has been convicted of grooming a year-old girl with a view to meeting her, murdering her and eating her. Dale Bolinger had told police he had been interested in the idea of cannibalism since childhood, and had bought an axe the day before planning to meet the girl. He had frequented visited an online forum, Dark Fetish Network, to chat about beheading and eating women and girls for sexual gratification. Although sexual cannibalism is quite common in some animal species it is extremely rare in humans. Most criminologists and psychologists claim such people are sociopaths characterized by impulsivity, selfishness, and lack of remorse. When it comes to human sexual cannibalism there are arguably a number of different sub-types although they are not necessarily mutually exclusive. In some cases, the erotophonophiles will eat some of their victim’s body parts usually post-mortem. Many lust murderers — including Jack the Ripper — are suspected of engaging in cannibalistic acts, taking away part of the female to eat later. Other examples of murderers who have eaten their victims or parts of them for sexual pleasure include Albert Fish, Issei Sagawa, Andrei Chikatilo, and Ed Gein.
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Yes, me. You know, as if that makes any sense at all. Oh, because apparently slapping a little nigger baby and telling him to shut up makes you some kind of monster in this day and age. Go figure. Sitting in my seat, drinking my alcohol, and minding my own business?
Centipede bites rarely cause health complications in humans, and aren’t typically dangerous or fatal. However, some centipedes have venom.
At the time when antibiotics and other pharmacy products did not exist, a bulb of garlic itself represented a whole pharmacy industry due to the broad spectrum of effects. Most different suppositions involving this herb are mentioned; some of them were so pointless that they disappeared in time, but some of them have remained until the present days. Presentation of the development of ideas associated with garlic and the evolution of the notions increased the ability of the pharmacists and physicians to respond to the challenges of their professional services in facilitating human life.
Garlic Allium sativum L. Liliaceae is a widely distributed plant. Nowadays, it is cultivated all over the world. In our region, it is the most important preventive remedy, a universal folk spice and food, a well-trusted remedy. In the past, garlic has been utilized as a remedy during the various epidemics such as typhus, dysentery, cholera, influenza, and whenever an epidemic has emerged, garlic has been the first preventive and curative remedy.
Extracts from the history and medical properties of garlic
Analysts expect that people will become even more dependent on networked artificial intelligence AI in complex digital systems. Some say we will continue on the historic arc of augmenting our lives with mostly positive results as we widely implement these networked tools. Some say our increasing dependence on these AI and related systems is likely to lead to widespread difficulties.
Our question: By , do you think it is most likely that advancing AI and related technology systems will enhance human capacities and empower them?
is almost over, and with it will come the end of the year of the dog. One time on a first date (after listening to 20 minutes of stories about his little Brewster’s To my surprise I mean Everyone jumped to the dogs defense instead of mine. Said I I replied, “Oh yes, mustard, ketchup and onions, please.
Automation, robotics, algorithms and artificial intelligence AI in recent times have shown they can do equal or sometimes even better work than humans who are dermatologists , insurance claims adjusters , lawyers , seismic testers in oil fields , sports journalists and financial reporters , crew members on guided-missile destroyers , hiring managers , psychological testers , retail salespeople , and border patrol agents.
Moreover, there is growing anxiety that technology developments on the near horizon will crush the jobs of the millions who drive cars and trucks, analyze medical tests and data , perform middle management chores , dispense medicine , trade stocks and evaluate markets , fight on battlefields , perform government functions , and even replace those who program software — that is, the creators of algorithms. People will create the jobs of the future, not simply train for them, and technology is already central.
It will undoubtedly play a greater role in the years ahead. Jonathan Grudin. Multiple studies have documented that massive numbers of jobs are at risk as programmed devices — many of them smart, autonomous systems — continue their march into workplaces. Since that expert canvassing, the future of jobs has been at the top of the agenda at many major conferences globally.
Several policy and market-based solutions have been promoted to address the loss of employment and wages forecast by technologists and economists. A key idea emerging from many conversations, including one of the lynchpin discussions at the World Economic Forum in , is that changes in educational and learning environments are necessary to help people stay employable in the labor force of the future.
At the same time, recent IT advances offer new and potentially more widely accessible ways to access education. This survey noted that employment is much higher among jobs that require an average or above-average level of preparation including education, experience and job training ; average or above-average interpersonal, management and communication skills; and higher levels of analytical skills, such as critical thinking and computer skills.
Why Onions Make You Cry
At the time that ancient Greek philosophy was blossoming, on the other side of the world a different set of philosophical traditions emerged within the Eastern Asian regions of India and China. Like Greece, both of these areas had complex social structures, sophisticated cultures, and, most importantly, systems of writing that enabled people to record their thoughts. But unlike Greek philosophy which was largely secular, Eastern philosophies were intimately tied to their respective religious traditions of Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism and Daoism.
Distinguishing Eastern philosophy from its religion is an issue of emphasis: its philosophy deals less with worship rituals and depictions of the gods, and more with larger questions of our relation to the cosmos.
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Trying to figure out why humans cry is exhausting. We cry about death, violence, breakups, abandoned puppies, sweet kisses and words charged with all kinds of meanings. Onions make us teary because a reaction in the onion releases a chemical called lachrymatory factor, or LF, that irritates our eyes. But if you chop, cut, crush or smash one — boohoo. Linked together like pieces of a puzzle, they become a potent chemical weapon. Damaging an onion basically causes it to ramp up its defenses: as cells break, the chemical reaction is unlocked.
Inside the intact cells of an onion, a molecule called sulfenic acid precursor floats around the watery filler like a napping human in a lazy river. Also floating in that cytoplasm are little sacs called vacuoles, containing a protein called alliinase, which is like a little drill sergeant of the process. The molecule and the protein fit together perfectly, the chemical structure of the molecules change, and that lazy floater becomes a smelly soldier armed with tear gas.
By contrast, the average American eats about 20 pounds of onions a year.
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These furry creatures already get enough attention without an official day period of dedication. You will not catch me cooing every time a furry four-legged beast comes my way. Cue the inevitable cries of shock, disgust, and terror. Supposedly, humanity rests in pet adoration. Those that are decidedly disinterested in four legged-friends are stigmatized outsiders. No, I do not like dogs, and no, I am not a cold-blooded monster.
Slang, like everything else, changes much in the course of time; and though but fifteen years have elapsed since this Dictionary was first introduced to the public, alterations have since then been many and frequent in the subject of which it treats. For though the vulgar use of the word Slang applies to those words only which are used by the dangerous classes and the lowest grades of society, the term has in reality, and should have—as every one who has ever studied the subject knows—a much wider significance.
Bearing this in mind, the original publisher of this Dictionary lost no opportunity [vi] of obtaining information of a useful kind, which could hardly find place in any other book of reference, with the intention of eventually bringing out an entirely new edition, in which all former errors should be corrected and all fresh meanings and new words find a place. His intention always was to give those words which are familiar to all conversant with our colloquialisms and locutions, but which have hitherto been connected with an unwritten tongue, a local habitation, and to produce a book which, in its way, would be as useful to students of philology, as well as to lovers of human nature in all its phases, as any standard work in the English language.
The squeamishness which tries to ignore the existence of slang fails signally, for not only in the streets and the prisons, but at the bar, on the bench, in the pulpit, and in the Houses of Parliament, does slang make itself heard, and, as the shortest and safest means to an end, understood too. My predecessor, the original compiler, did not live to see his wish become an actual fact; and, failing him, it devolved upon me to undertake the task of revision and addition.
How far this has been accomplished, the curious reader who is possessed of a copy of each edition can best judge for himself by comparing any couple of pages he may select. Of my own share in the work I wish to say nothing, as I have mainly benefited by the labours of others; but I may say [vii] that, when I undertook the position of editor of what, with the smallest possible stretch of fancy, may now be called a new book, I had no idea that the alteration would be nearly so large or so manifest.
However, as the work is now done, it will best speak for itself, and, as good wine needs no bush, I will leave it, in all hope of their tenderness, to those readers who are best qualified to say how the task has been consummated. In conclusion, it is but fair for me to thank, as strongly as weak words will permit, those gentlemen who have in various ways assisted me.
Why You Should Give Your Lover an Onion
By Wayne Haston. Hey, Shrek — Guess what! Humans are like onions too. We all have layers. Every rational human being possesses a worldview—a perspective through which he or she sees and interprets life—and behaves consistently more or less with that worldview.
Since the dawn of time, people have been searching for ways to increase sexual desire and improve performance. Eggs and caviar may come to mind, as well as asparagus, celery, and onions. (The word ginseng even means “man root. but there is no evidence to date of ginseng having any effect on humans.
Millions of readers rely on HelpGuide for free, evidence-based resources to understand and navigate mental health challenges. Please donate today to help us protect, support, and save lives. Emotional intelligence EQ is the secret of lasting intimate relationships, largely because it makes us extremely aware of the changes—large and small—that are constantly occurring in ourselves and others.
We have the potential to attain the kind of love we all dream of—deep intimacy, mutual kindness, real commitment, soulful caring—simply because of empathy, our innate ability to share emotional experience. We have the potential to attain the kind of love we all dream of —deep intimacy and mutual kindness, real committed, soulful caring—simply because of empathy and our innate ability to share emotional experience. But to achieve those relationship goals, we need all the skills of a high EQ:. In fact, for many people, falling in love serves as motivation for reeducating the heart.
When you ride out your fear of change, you discover that different does not necessarily mean worse.