22 setembro 2016

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TODAY IN THE HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY

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Where do the Kyrgyz, as in Kyrgyzstan, come from?Answer

Where do the Kyrgyz, as in Kyrgyzstan, come from?

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The Sami converted to Christianity only in the 1700s. That is more than 600 years after their...

The Sami converted to Christianity only in the 1700s. That is more than 600 years after their Scandanavian neighbors converted.

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Practicing Orion Spacecraft Recovery After Splashdown


A group of U.S. Navy divers, Air Force pararescuemen and Coast Guard rescue swimmers practice Orion underway recovery techniques in the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory at NASA’s Johnson Space Center to prepare for the first test flight of an uncrewed Orion spacecraft with the agency’s Space Launch System rocket during Exploration Mission (EM-1).

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What’s in a language?

Did you know India intended to phase out English as an official language? In its original constitution, written in 1950, it was written that English would be phased out as a national language in 1965 in favor of Hindi. The Official Language Act of 1963 allowed English to continue to be used at least for a time.

When in 1964 proposals were made at the national government to begin phasing out English, there were riots. States whose official languages did not include Hindi, in particular those states whose Dravidian languages were unrelated to Hindi, did not want to be forced to switch. The Official Language Act was amended in 1967 so that English would be replaced only with the consent of every single State where Hindi was not an official language. That has not happened. Today, all national government laws and statutes, and all works of the Indian Supreme Court, are published in English.

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