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The Fear Of Self-Defense

Over the course of half a century, the philosophy of “anti-violence” has come to include a distinct distaste for self-defense. Self-defense is now consistently equated to “violence” (and is, thus, immoral), regardless of environmental circumstances. Even in the liberty movement, there are people who disregard physical defense as either barbaric or “futile” and have adopted…

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Our Concept Of Real Organization

For multiple generations, Americans and most of the rest of the world have been conditioned to believe that organization is a top-down affair that requires a central leadership that hands orders across the ranks of a rigid structure. The people within the structure operate as parts of a greater machine, and the success of the…

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Ana Shell Fund starts cooperation with the Indonesian Ministry of Agriculture

2014.11.04 Indonesia has the largest economy in Southeast Asia. One of the main factors spurring this growth is agricultural production. Being rich in natural resources, the country’s market is highly attractive to international partners. The recent decision of Russian President Vladimir Putin to block agricultural imports from countries that implemented sanctions against the Russian Federation…

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NRGLab Pte Ltd showcases new energy project

2014.10.27 Singapore-based NRGLab joined the National Oil and Gas Forum last week in Moscow. Organized by the Russian Ministry of Energy in cooperation with leading entrepreneurial and industrial groups, it was devoted to an evaluation of the Russian energy sector, as well as its goals and objectives. A specialized exhibition “Modern technologies and innovations in Oil…

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Global energy leaders to convene in Singapore to “build energy connections”

2014.10.23 Top policy leaders, industry experts, and visionaries from across the global energy sector will convene at the 7th annual Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) from October 27th-31st 2014 to share their thoughts and perspectives on “Building Energy Connections”. The week-long programme promises thought-provoking insights and conversations on the energy opportunities and challenges facing Asia…

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National Junior Robotics Competition 2014 crowned outstanding techno-preneurs

2014.09.15 The 16th National Junior Robotics Competition ended on a high note on Friday, as talented young techno-preneurs were crowned for outstanding robotics and scientific knowledge, problem-solving, entrepreneurial and creative thinking and team spirit. The National Junior Robotics Competition (NJRC) is an exciting and unique event organised annually by Science Centre Singapore and Agency for Science Technology…

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Singapore’s longest-standing toy-making competition for primary school students sees record 5,070 toy entries

2014.07.25 The 17th Sony Creative Science Award (SCSA) ended on a high note today with a record 5,070 entries from 6,000 primary school students, who challenged themselves to use scientific concepts and create innovative toys. This represents a 19% increase from 2013’s entries. Behind some of these toys are innovative and inquisitive young minds like the…

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Ending violence against women, one man at a time

2014.07.23 The most widespread epidemic in the developing world isn’t HIV or malaria, it’s violence against women. In India, there are 230 million young men under 18 years old, and of these men, an estimated 116 million of them will grow up to be abusive to women, a number that is almost three times the…

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