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What Is Cyberstalking?

Cyberstalking is the criminal practice of a person who uses the Internet to harass or threaten someone online. It can be carried out via email, social media, chat rooms, instant messages with customers and other online media. Cyberstalking of intimate partners is online harassment of a current or former romantic partner. Cyberstalking is also a

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army's biological warfare

What Is Project MkUltra?

Project MKUltra (MK-Ultra) was a code name given to an illegal experimental program designed and conducted by the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). It was organized by the CIA’s Office of Scientific Intelligence and coordinated with the U.S. Army’s Biological Warfare Laboratory. The program was sanctioned in 1953, downsized in 1964 and restricted in 1967.

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What Is Fatal Insomnia?

For a rare group of people, a scary disease called fatal familial insomnia (FFI), sleep deprivation can be fatal. When we lie awake chasing feverish thoughts, our thoughts slow down and tick off the passing minutes, which adds to the sleepless fear. Others suffer from persistent insomnia, but levels are usually manageable. This article describes

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accidental death

What Is The Nazino Affair?

The disastrous situation on Nazino Island ended for the Soviet authorities at the beginning of June when the settlement was dissolved and the surviving 2,856 deported were transferred to a smaller settlement on the other side of the Nazina River, so that 157 deportees could not be relocated from the island for health reasons. The

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abnormal behavior

What Is Yandere?

Yandere is a Japanese term for a person who is loving, gentle, or at least innocent in his devotion, but who becomes destructive in nature through violence and brutality. Other characters are often psychologically unstable, deranged or even irrational, and use extreme violence or brutality as an outlet for their emotions. The term is derived

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ancient China

What Is Taoism?

In Taoism, the concept of Xuan refers to the mental universe. Taoism believes that the Xuan is the first cause of the universe, the spiritual body of the material. The main belief and doctrine of Taoism is that Tao is the origin and law of all things in the universe. Taoism endorses the art of

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What Is C Programming Language?

C is a general purpose programming language developed by Dennis Ritchie of Bell Telephone Laboratories in 1972 for use in the Unix operating system. C is named after the BCPL, the British programming language from which many features are derived from an earlier language called B. Many ideas and structures of the C language were

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What Is The 1925 Geneva Protocol?

The 1925 Geneva Protocol, or the Geneva Convention as it is commonly known, is a treaty that prohibits the use of chemical weapons and other weapons of mass destruction in the United States. It was signed in Geneva on 17 June 1925 and entered into force on 8 February 1928. The Geneva Protocol follows the

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baltic sea

What Is The Hadal Zone ?

The Hadal Zone, sometimes called the Ultra-Abyssal Zone, is largely confined to the deepest oceanic rifts. They speak of “deep abyss” or “super abyss” or even “the deepest part of the ocean.” The abysses of this region are the widest, reaching to a depth of 6000 m and covering half of the surface of our

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brain cells

What Is Chronic Waste Disease (CWD)?

Chronic waste disease (CWD) is a white deer disease that can lead to the death of up to 80 percent of deer in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Chronic waste disease is a distinct disease that affects only deer and elk but shares certain traits with other

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