Posts Tagged developments 2005

NASA And California Institute Discovered New Planet

Astronomers in recent years have discovered that our solar system is more crowded than we expected it to be earlier. This fact could be justified with the discovery of dozen new moons circling Saturn.

In July 2005, the Institute of Technology of California and NASA announced the existence of a tenth planet. It is about 9 billion miles far from the Sun and estimated to be… Continue reading

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A Terrorist Act Obscure The G8 Summit And London’s Election

Bombings on the 7 July 2005 also known as 7/7 obscured, many important events of London .The London election and 31st G 8 summit, which was held from July 6 to July 8, 2005, were mainly affected by these attacks. On brief press conference England Prime Minister, Tony Blair states that incidents were obviously a terrorist attacks to disturb the events. He also announced to media that, the… Continue reading

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Noble Prize Awards In 2005

The Nobel Prize is a kind of Iternational award which administered by the Nobel Foundation in Stockholm. It is majorly awarded for the achievment in Physics, Chemistry, Physiology or Medicine, Literature and Peace. The Nobel Prizes in the specific disciplines and Economics are also regarded as the most prestigious award in all over the world.

Nobel Laureates 2005 in different specific disciplines were:

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Awards Honouring Cine-Act

In the year of 2005, 78th Academy awards were hosted at the Kodak Theatre in California. Academy President, at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater, announced nominees on 31st January.

Ang Lee’s drama – Brokeback Mountain had the most nominations in 78th Academy award. They finally made eight awards overall at the end. Paul Haggis’ – Crash, George Clooney’s -Good Night, and Rob Marshall’s – Memoirs of a… Continue reading

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Substance Abuse: Nation’s Serious Health Problem

Abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other illicit drugs is the most serious health problem in the world. It is straining the health care system, burdening the economy, contributing to the health problems and resulting in death of millions of peoples every year. As usual, substance abuse was the major serious problem in 2005. It caused more illnesses, disabilities and deaths than any other preventable health diseases.… Continue reading

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Student Drug Addiction Declined

The 2005 Monitoring the Future (MTF) survey provided some good news regarding the teen drug abuse. MTF survey is one of three major surveys sponsored by HHS providing data on substance use among youth and teenagers. Analysis of the survey revealed that, there was a 19 percent reduction in the use of illicit drugs by 8th, 10th, and 12th grade teens.

It also showed a continuing… Continue reading

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