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Debate between Life, Policy and Racism
Racism is one of the top most key ideology, that human could never get rid off, since the start of origin of our human society. It is so complex and covers most of our life in the society we live in. May be Love & honor constantly changes its behavioral pattern due to the body fluid that connects, dictates and control the brain for his or her action.

We find racism trends are constantly changes because of policy changes away from the principle and fundamental laws or religious laws. Policy changes ( in a given society) creates complexity to the correlated dependent society as well as all humanity combined.

Human find more and more away from the family & to live individual life to adjust his or her needs without having to face charges. Charges may be problem with law enforcement authority, Government control GPS to person or persons, economical issues connected to the life of living & far and foremost the addictions.

Individual constantly changes his or her sexual needs with multiple partners. In order to create "Date", individual spent more money on dresses and looks to fulfill the need & desire. That also bring a toll on economy and new policy starts kicks in like bankruptcy, lamson payment and government welfare.

Frequent policy changes fairly adopt by individual person, rather than the family. This is an on going dis-balance which causes localize population drop in North america and Europe. Country that are affected make policy changes in order to offset the population gap. Word "Immigration", "economical immigration, refugee, short term workers, landed immigrant, DV1, family member sponsorship, H1(job visa) and so on kicks in order to run & establish business, industries,farms intellectual properties & families. Main idea of all this is economical gain to the country.

Some of the policy changes when occur, it can not go back to it's origin, because of politics and power. Rich always benefit from the policy changes, as policy influenced and indirectly created by those rich, who wants to be more richer by making middle class poorer.

In 1930 America ban Alcohol consumption and production. Thousands of people put into jail, not following the ban. 4 years later Rich and investors lifted the ban using policy and job growth tactic.

Most of crime and killing occur today are when person is influenced by drug , alcohol & so on. In order to control gun violence and killing, they create gun control laws and policies. But root cause is not the gun, who makes the gun. My question to all reader is “Are Rich make money by making gun in their industries to kill civilians and then watch it on big screen TV? Is not a racism?

Time time again. We need to change our-self to fight what is wrong and establish our right to say what is correct. Day will come and democracy will be back in order, until than i will be keep on writing.
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Where Has all the water gone: Water Crisis and Us!
About 97 percent of the water on earth is in the oceans and is too salty to be used for drinking, farming, and manufacturing.

Only about 3 percent of earth's water is fresh. Yet the majority of this is not accessible.
Permanent ice & snow:68.7%
Groundwater: 30.1%
Permafrost, Underground ice: 0.9%
Lakes, rivers and swamps: 0.3%
Cherrapunji, India, is one of the wettest places on earth. During the monsoon season, 9000 millimeters of rain drench its hills, which lie at the foot of the Himalaya Mountains. Incredible as it may seem, however, Cherrapunji also suffers from water shortage.

Since there is little vegetation left to hold the water, it rushes away almost as quickly as it falls from sky. Two months after the monsoon rains have gone, water becomes scarce. Robin Clarke, in his book Water: The International Crisis, years ago described Cherrapunji as "wettest desert on earth."

Not far downstream from Cherrapunji lies Bangladesh, a densely populated, low lying country that bears the brunt of the monsoon waters that cascade down the denuded hillsides of India and Nepal. Some years, two thirds of Bangladesh gets flooded. But once the flood waters subside, the Ganges River slows to a trickle, and the land becomes parched. Over 100 million people in bangladesh face this cruel, year cycle of floods and drought. To make matters worse, well water there has become contaminated with arsenic, which may have already poisoned millions of people.

Unfortunately, much of the rain occurs in the form of torrential downpours. These not only cause flooding but also result in water running quickly off the land and into the sea. And some places get a lot of rain, while others get little. Chrrapunji has been known to record more than 26,000 millimeters of rain in one 12-month period, wheres the Atacama Desert in northern Chile may experience several years without any significant rainfall at all.

Practically all industrial processes consume large quantities of water.
1. The production of one ton of steel can consume 280 tons of water.
2. Manufacturing one kilogram of paper can require as much as 700 kilograms of water (if the factory does not recycle the water)
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Bangladesh has more than 230 rivers. These rivers have flowed over this country. The agriculture, energy sector, waterway communication, economy, trade etc are greatly dependent on the rivers.
The Padma, The Meghan, the Jamuna and the karnafuli are the main rivers. Besides these, there are many small rivers in the country. The Buri ganga, the shitalaksha, the gomuti, the main rivers. Besides these, there are many small rivers in our country. The Buri ganga, the shitalaksha, the gomuti, the tista, the aria, the korotoua, the mahaNanda etc are the small rivers. Rivers plays an important role in our agriculture. The rivers supply water and make the land fertile by depositing silt. Silt helps to grow plenty of crops.
Rivers are the most important geographical features in Bangladesh, and it is the rivers that created the vast alluvial delta. It's been known that the out flow of water from Bangladesh is the third highest in the world, after the Amazon and the Congo systems. The Padma, Jamuna and the lower Meghna are the widest rivers, with the latter expanding to around eight kilometers across in the wet season, and even more during the floods.

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The CN Tower at 553.33 meters (1,815 ft., 5 inches) was once the tallest building, tower, and freestanding structure, but as of 2010 retains the title of world's tallest tower. Construction on the CN Tower began on February 6, 1973 and wrapped up about 40 months later in June 1976. The CN Tower was built at an original cost of $63 million. On April 2, 1975, onlookers gazed up in amazement as a giant Erickson Air-crane Silorsky helicopter placed the final piece of the CN Tower's antenna into place, officially making it the world's tallest building. The CN Tower was built to withstand an earthquake of 8.5 on the Richter scale (the Kobe earthquake in 1995 was 7.2 on the Richter scale). The upper reaches of the CN Tower were built to withstand winds up to 418 km/h (260 mph). In 1995, the CN Tower is designated a Wonder of the Modern World by the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Lightning strikes the CN Tower an average of 75 times per year. Long copper strips run down the CN Tower to grounding rods buried below ground to prevent damage.
The CN Tower dims unnecessary exterior lights during bird migration seasons to prevent bird injuries. The CN Tower is an incredible 2.79 cm (1.1 inches) within plumb, or, true vertical. Six glass-faced elevators travel at 22 km/hour (15 miles/hour) to reach the observation deck in 58 seconds. On a clear day, visitors to the CN Tower's observation deck can see over 160 kilometers (100 miles) -- that's all the way to Niagara Falls and across Lake Ontario to New York State. he CN Tower has a hollow 1200' hexagonal core providing stability and flexibility to the full height tower.
The CN Tower's Glass Floor was the first of its kind when it was opened in June 1994. It is 23.8 square meters (256 sq. ft.) of solid glass and 5 times stronger than the required weight-bearing standard for commercial floors. If 14 large hippos could fit in the elevator and get up to the Observation Deck, the Glass Floor could withstand their weight. he 360 Restaurant makes a complete rotation every 72 minutes giving diners a changing view of Toronto more than 1,000 feet below.
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