Some Surprising Biological Differences between Men and Women 

Some Surprising Differences between Men and Women 


It is not uncommon to hear people say “it’s a man’s job,” when referring to specific tasks. Although this statement is not true at all, it still has a certain basis inherent in human biology.
The differences between the sexes do not only add up to our reproductive organs, but also the structure of our bodies, the type of hormones that are secreted, and the changes that have occurred over many years in the evolutionary processes. Today you’ll discover what the surprising biological differences are between men and women.

Jamaica reports a record 4.3 million tourist arrivals in 2017

Jamaica reports a record 4.3 million tourist arrivals in 2017

By Claudia Gardner

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica (JIS) — Provisional data from the Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) show that a record 4.3 million tourists visited Jamaica in 2017, which, according to tourism minister, Edmund Bartlett, represents a 12.1 per cent increase over arrivals in 2016.     Continue reading

Inside One of America’s Last Pencil Factories – New York Times Magazine

Inside One of America’s Last Pencil Factories – New York Times Feature

Pencil Production

pencil is a little wonder-wand: a stick of wood that traces the tiniest motions of your hand as it moves across a surface. I am using one now, making weird little loops and slashes to write these words. As a tool, it is admirably sensitive.

The lines it makes can be fat or thin, screams or whispers, blocks of concrete or blades of grass, all depending on changes of pressure so subtle that we would hardly notice them in any other context. (The difference in force between a bold line and nothing at all would hardly tip a domino.) And while a pencil is sophisticated enough to track every gradation of the human hand, it is also simple enough for a toddler to use.    Continue reading

The true cost of being too busy, are you prepared to pay it? | Debbie Hayes | TEDxNantwich – Video

The true cost of being too busy, are you prepared to pay it? | Debbie Hayes | TEDxNantwich – Video

TEDx Talks-  Published on Nov 22, 2016
Busy, busy, busy that was Debbie Hayes until a chance accident gave her the perfect opportunity to pause and reflect. In this talk Debbie explores our modern world where technological transactions and the need for instant gratification are replacing even our most fundamental values and connections. But is it possible to achieve a balance of success without sacrifice and what are the costs?         Continue reading

Guyana, the NEW Frontier – on the Barbados Underground Blog

Barbados Underground

Submitted by The Mahogany Coconut Group

A decade ago, many Guyanese living in the Diaspora, would have been negative about returning home. They feared mostly the racial and political tensions. Some sought to live in other Caribbean islands and were often accused of accepting lower wages than the workers in those countries. In many ways, Guyana had become the butt of many “island jokes” about its weak currency and shortage of consumer goods, taken for granted throughout the region.

Those travelling to Guyana on vacations and business often were amazed that Guyanese themselves, were so negative about such a bountiful land with natural resources not found in any other country in the region. They also marvelled at the gracious manner of the Guyanese people, even in the toughest of times. The Guyanese are known for their excellent cuisine and their incredible crafts people. They have long established themselves as intellectual…

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Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – January 16-17. 2018

News – 17 January 2018

Breaking News!!! Killing of mentally ill man… City Constable to face manslaughter charge

Signing bonus belongs in consolidated fund…TIGI experiences “temporary setback” with litigation against govt.

Exports projected to rise in 2018 – Finance Minister

Brooklyn NY-  25 years for man who shot Guyanese babysitter, 16, dead

First Lady tours newly expanded Doobay Medical Centre

APNU parties will contest LGE together

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Global outrage over President Trump’s inflammatory immigration remarks – 2 Videos

Global outrage over President Trump’s inflammatory immigration remarks – Videos

CGTN America – Published on Jan 12, 2018
Inflammatory remarks attributed to U.S. President Donald Trump are provoking outrage in the U.S. and around the world.   CGTN’s Jim Spellman has more on this latest controversy.

CNN’s Tapper: You know who loved Trump’s comments?

CNN’s Jake Tapper compares reactions to President’s Trump “shithole countries” remarks following the President’s tweeted denial.

January 2018 – Niagara Falls and Hudson River Freezes: What is the REAL Cause? – Video

Niagara Falls and Hudson River Freezes, Warm Air is the Cause ! … according to the Media.

Adapt 2030 – Published on Jan 8, 2018

The media is feeding record warm records and talking about heat anomalies while referencing the recent record cold across Canada and the USA that broke thousands of all time cold records dating back 100-200 years.        Continue reading

Ancestral Footprints: East Indian Indentureship – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Ancestral Footprints: East Indian Indentureship – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

If you took a plane from JFK Air- port to Calcutta the chances are you will be tired by the time you get there. On May 5th 1838 the history of the Caribbean changed dramatically as 396 East Indians landed on the shores of British Guiana. This was no joyride and there was no time for niceties.

The journey from Calcutta to British Guiana was fraught with hardships, and like the slave ships of an earlier era there were deaths on the way. The two ships that landed were the Whitby and the Hesperus. Their cargo was to usher in a new form of slavery that changed the complexion of the colony.

READ MORE: Ancestral Footprints- East Indian Indentureship – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Shithole in the Act – By Leonard Dabydeen

Shithole in the Act – By Leonard Dabydeen

(An Experimental satirical Sonnet in iambic pentameter, written in Caribbean-style local (creole) English and standard English – based on the de facto current political events in America.)


What this President say ‘bout yuh country

That it’s a shithole and yuh come from dat,

Is  but a racist gaffe for yuh and me;

And this is how he thinks, no matter what.

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