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How Much Do Man-Made Disasters Cost The Economy?

Contributed Post The cost of man-made disasters can be extraordinary. Take the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico at the beginning of the decade. The oil spill, which began at the Deep Horizon oil rig in 2010 led to spillage of more than 200 million gallons of crude oil over the following 84 days. To make matters worse, BP seemed incapable of turning the spigot off, making it one of the most massive oil spills in history – much more than a typical oil tanker slick.  The issue at the time was the damage that it was doing to the environment. As it turned out, the effect didn’t seem as significant as many people had imagined when the news first broke. However, social…
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Simple Ways To Get Your Creativity Flowing

Contributed Post https://unsplash.com/photos/FwF_fKj5tBo As were go through life, we never really want to stagnate in anything. If we’re idling in one place, we can often feel down due to the monotony and boredom of it all. In a lot of cases, if you’re stood still, you may as well be going backward as you’ll be falling behind. Whether it’s mentally, physically or socially, we always want to improve and always want to build on where we are. A significant aspect of our intelligence is our ability to less our creative juices flow and to what it can come up with. Being a hugely creative individual can help a person out in a bunch of ways – professionally and personally. You might think it’s a trait…
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Spurring Your Creative Writing Decisions

Contributed Post Pexels It’s extremely easy to struggle when trying to maintain a certain level of written creativity. Even the best writers experience block from time to time. Of course, to some degree this is a natural process. How can a writer be continually expressive? Not only is there a great degree of self-editing and grammar that must be adhered to, but writing can be deceptively tiring. It might not feel as immediately freeing as casting paint on a canvas. Of course, you might be bursting with ideas. It’s just that sometimes it can be hard to know where those ideas might direct you as you sit down to put words to paper, or your word processing software. Of course, a great method of simply…
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Key Things That Might Impact the Value of Your Home

Contributed Post Everyone wants their home to be as valuable as it possibly can be. That’s what all homeowners want so that they can achieve financial stability and have more flexibility when the time comes for them to sell their home and find a new one somewhere else. But if you want to make sure that your home is worth its maximum potential price, you need to know which things can impact the home’s value in key way. The Building’s Exterior The way the home looks from the outside will have a big impact on your home’s value because people will immediately judge it on how it looks on the outside, even if that’s not fair. It’s worth thinking about what you can do to…
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E-Ethics: Digital Decision Making Is Around The Corner

Contributed Post (Image Source) The idea of self-driving cars has started to become much closer to a reality over the last few years. With manufacturers working hard to push this technology forwards, business owners exploring new ways to exploit vehicles for their work, and customers getting exciting about the prospect of never having to drive again, it’s easy to see this field’s growing popularity. Of course, though, there is still a lot of work to be done before the world is ready for this sort of tool, with elements like ethics being very hard for everyone to agree upon. This post will be exploring some of the key factors which have been used to build this debate. The Decisions They Have To Make For most…
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