Apr 192014
 

Question by Great Dane: If I am interested in Medicine, and Neuroscience as well, which following options should I go for:?
1) Medicine, then go for Neurology (Neurology is not the same as neuroscience right? Neuroscience is more towards research?)
2) Take Neuroscience as a first degree, then enter Medicine graduate programme
3) Medicine / Neuroscience alone is enough, two degrees won’t do any good

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Answer by eri
Major in neuroscience and take the premed classes. Then you’ll have the option of going to medical school to possibly go into neurology, or to graduate school to become a neuroscientist instead.

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Jan 152012
 

Question by : How well does hypnotism work?
For example, would it be possible to hypnotize someone into making a phone call or something like that?

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Answer by devinthedragon
Yes it is
for example, with no training I have gotten someone to copy what I do without them even knowing

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Dec 192011
 

Question by : Is there a link between being well behaved and being susceptible to hypnotism?
Being well behaved shows that you will listen to what you are being told and to be hypnotised you have to listen and accept instructions easily.

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Answer by Ridley
A strenuous link that would surely be trumpeted by those who lack respect for civilized discourse, perhaps.

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Oct 142011
 

Beginning Well: Christian Conversion & Authentic Transformation

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Sep 122011
 

Question by Marion: How well does mystic tan works?
I am debating wheather I should do mystic tan or not. I used to go in taning beds but I am worried about getting wrinkles and scinn cancer. I have seen the video about mystic tan but I don’t like the white or yellow arreas that you get on the feet or hands.
Will it come off when I go swimming in the ocean or pool? Does it stain clothes?

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Answer by candi
mystically.

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Aug 182011
 

Question by intuitiv: Well, this is amazing.. “Woman checks old lottery ticket, wins million”?
Concerned about her family’s finances, a university student in Australia cashed some long-forgotten lottery tickets this week — hoping the money would help her parents.

The university student won million (A million) — and helped solve a lottery mystery that has made headlines in Western Australia for 10 months.

“People had been wondering for months, who is this mystery winner? Do they know about this ticket?” said Jodi Eastman, spokeswoman for Lotterywest, the state lottery.

“We have a 12 month expiry on lottery tickets. And people thought it might end up expiring and go unclaimed.”

It would have, too, had the student — who is in her 30s and asked lottery officials to keep her anonymous — not woken up earlier this week, suddenly remembering the bundle of lottery tickets collecting dust in a drawer.

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Answer by nutritive
Concerned about her family’s finances, a university student in Australia cashed some long-forgotten lottery tickets this week — hoping the money would help her parents.
Missing lottery ticket wins student million dollars in Australia.

Have you ever won big after mislaying a lottery ticket? Tell us — click on Sound Off below.

She discovered their worries are over.

The university student won million (A million) — and helped solve a lottery mystery that has made headlines in Western Australia for 10 months.

“People had been wondering for months, who is this mystery winner? Do they know about this ticket?” said Jodi Eastman, spokeswoman for Lotterywest, the state lottery.

“We have a 12 month expiry on lottery tickets. And people thought it might end up expiring and go unclaimed.”

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It would have, too, had the student — who is in her 30s and asked lottery officials to keep her anonymous — not woken up earlier this week, suddenly remembering the bundle of lottery tickets collecting dust in a drawer.

She didn’t know that among them was a gift from her father, who had purchased a ticket to test the family’s luck when the Oz Lotto jackpot climbed to (A$ 50 million) million last July.

“She said she thought, ‘If I can win some money on these tickets, I can possibly help the family out,” Eastman said.

The first couple of tickets yielded small amounts — total.

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May 102011
 

Teach Your Children Well: A Christian Guide
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May 092011
 

Question by Lakely: Is “surrender” the preferred path of Monks, Mystics and Yogis? And Christ as well?
Even Christ was preaching it: “Lose your life to find it.” “Let thy will be done.” So is surrender the most recommended and traditional spiritual path?

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Answer by guyster
Even “Islam” translates as “Submission”. “Muslim” translates as “He who submits”.

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