WILL NIGERIANS TAKE THIS?, they need to see their president not a voice message

Presidency releases Buhari’s voice message Posted By: Our Reporter On: June 26, 2017 In: Featured, News The Presidency has released President Muhammadu Buhari’s voice message to Nigerians to debunk reports that he is suffering from speech impairment. There have been reports in the social media claiming that the President is suffering from speech impairment and … Continue reading WILL NIGERIANS TAKE THIS?, they need to see their president not a voice message

Women that saved the world- Josephine Baker – Read about her (World War II Spy )

"She was really a lady hero, how many women would forget about love, family and a comfortable life?"  ~ima zuma Josephine Baker - World War II Spy Most people are familiar with the photos of Josephine Baker (June 3, 1906 – April 12, 1975) in one of her iconic dance costumes, but how many have … Continue reading Women that saved the world- Josephine Baker – Read about her (World War II Spy )

LOGIC

Logic This article is about reasoning and its study. For other uses, see Logic (disambiguation). Logic (from the Ancient Greek: λογική, logike)[1] is the use and study of valid reasoning.[2][3] The study of logic features most prominently in the subjects of philosophy, mathematics, and computer science. Logic was studied in several ancient civilizations, including India,[4] China,[5] … Continue reading LOGIC

Do Robots Love Language? Bias and Google Translate

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Translate Tongan? You'll have to ask him--Google Translate can't help. Translate Tongan? You’ll have to ask him–Google Translate can’t help.

I tend not to follow the mainstream. I study languages that others don’t, and I’ll often gravitate towards marginal dialects when I can. When I speak Arabic, I try to throw in a little Moroccan when I can. Speaking Russian, I might add a little bit of a Ukrainian accent. Right now, I’m learning Swiss German, which I’m afraid will irritate my standard German-speaking friends.

Google Translate follows the mainstream. It is a tool developed by a savvy business filling a commercial need. People who have and spend money need an application to conduct their business more easily. I addressed the relative value of languages in an earlier post.

Unfortunately, Google Translate reflects the mainstream. It offers the languages of the powerful, and translates using the language of the status quo without respect for what is good…

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Measles Is Serious (A History Lesson from My Grandmother)

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Measles is back. The outbreak of this highly contagious viral illness that started at Disneyland in December has spread across the country and shows no signs of slowing. As of February 6, the CDC reported 121 cases in 17 states in this year alone, most linked to Disneyland. In 2014, we had 644 cases of measles in the U.S. This is a striking increase compared to the last 15 years, when we usually saw less than 100 cases in an entire year.

measles 2015 CDCI’m sorry that so many people have been sickened in this outbreak and hope that it is reined in soon. This is no easy task given our mobile society and the fact that we like to congregate in places like Disneyland, schools, doctors’ offices, hospitals, airplanes, and shopping malls. Add to that the pockets of unvaccinated people where measles can easily spread, and we have a recipe…

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LOGIC

Logic This article is about reasoning and its study. For other uses, see Logic (disambiguation). Logic (from the Ancient Greek: λογική, logike)[1] is the use and study of valid reasoning.[2][3] The study of logic features most prominently in the subjects of philosophy, mathematics, and computer science. Logic was studied in several ancient civilizations, including India,[4] China,[5] … Continue reading LOGIC

ORIGIN OF SLAVERY AND SLAVE TRADE (slavery did not start from Africa)

It has been fashionable especially among people of non-African descent to associate slavery and slave trade with Africa because of the Atlantic slave trade which began in the 15th century,this is of course the result of gross historical ignorance. Slavery is a social institution which is as old as human race itself.we have read in … Continue reading ORIGIN OF SLAVERY AND SLAVE TRADE (slavery did not start from Africa)

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This blog will be dedicated to our great philosophers and also to every hero and legends who had contributed to the fascinating stream of history and logic, and all the great stories oftime today in life we can't do anything right without  imploring logic. history has become an important study in the colleges which actually … Continue reading real ready