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Insanity in The Tell Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe

The Tell Tale Heart is among Poe’s most famous short stories. It provides a dark and bleak exposition by an unnamed character who narrates how he successfully murders and their ultimate delirious confession from guilt’s torment. The narrator’s motiveless action arouses the readers’ curiosity about the storyteller’s mental state and the relationship with the old man…

Bacteria’s Positive and Negative Impacts on Humans and Animals

Most Bacteria are more beneficial to living things than simply causing diseases. Bacteria are single-celled, or simple, organisms that are invisible to the naked eye. Many bacteria are found both inside and outside of organisms, including humans. Bacteria are also found on surfaces and in substances like water, soil, and food, making them key players…

Advancement of Science in Africa

Africa is a continent with a booming customer base, aspirations for entrepreneurship, and indigenous innovation. However, a crucial sector for economic development in Africa, science and technology development has long been underfunded and ignored in many of the continent’s nations. Some economists believe that the continent’s underdevelopment is partly due to the widening technological and…

The Fraud Triangle: Explained

The fraud triangle is described as a system commonly utilized in making a comprehensive review to clarify the purpose of a person’s choice of committing fraud. The three significant components of the fraud triangle are (i) opportunity (ii) pressure (iii) rationalization.  Pressure In this context, pressure is the ultimate motivation for committing a crime. In…

Samson and Delilah (2009 film): Summary and Analysis

The movie Samson and Delilah is about two fourteen-year-old indigenous teenagers who steal a car, attempt to escape their bleak life, fail, and eventually return to their tiny outback community. It draws attention to the aboriginal community, reflecting social and economic inequality toward marginalized groups in modern-day society. The rise of Capitalism and economic expansion…

Impact of COVID-19 on the Automotive Industry

The COVID-19 pandemic, which has been dubbed a “black swan occurrence,” has had a negative influence not only on people’s health but also on countries’ socio-economic activity around the world. To help flatten the epidemic curve, the governments of over 162 countries announced a complete shutdown of national and international borders, as well as travel…

How National Culture Elements and Dimensions Affect Business Performance

In today’s global society, there are significant national culture variations, which have an impact on how people conduct business. Many functional aspects of business such as pace of business, business protocol, decision making, risk-taking, and marketing are influenced extensively by culture. Understanding the culture of the people you’re interacting with is crucial to having successful…

Advantages of the European Union

European Union is an international non-governmental organization formed by the Maastricht Treaty on the 1st of November 1993. It was a treaty that was coined to enhance political and economic integration in Europe by; creating a common currency, designing unified security and foreign policy, unified citizenship rights, and advancing cooperation in the sectors of judiciary,…

Edmund Burke’s Speech on East India Bill: Summary and Analysis

Burke’s Speech on East India Bill concerns India particularly British rule in India. In the speech, Burke has presented India in graphic detail including its history, geography, territorial vastness, culture, ethnicity etc. Burke believed that Eighteenth-century India had declined sadly from the height of Mughal power. But still, in the Speech on East India Bill,…

Effects of Artificial intelligence (AI) on Society

Harbisson, Neil, “Humans Should Challenge Technology by Becoming a Cyborg”, New York Times, 05 December 2016, https://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2016/12/05/is-artificial-intelligence-taking-over-our-lives/humans-should-challenge-technology-by-becoming-a-cyborg OP-ED In his newspaper opinion piece, (Humans Should Challenge Technology by Becoming a Cyborg), Neil Harbisson suggests that if we do not want technology to become more intelligent than humans, we need to become technology: i.e., cyborgs. Harbisson…

Inflate a Balloon with Yeast Fermentation Experiment: Lab Explained

INTRODUCTION Yeasts are eukaryotic, single-celled microorganisms that belong to the fungal kingdom. When yeasts consume sugar and convert it to energy, they emit carbon dioxide, this is referred to as fermentation. The yeast will be more active and develop faster if there is more sugar present. While sugar and other sweets provide “food” for yeast,…