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text 2020-02-15 17:21
Current Affairs in Nigeria

Most nigerians fail in their examinations or screening exercises due to lack of knowledge of current affairs in Nigeria. To solve this problem, we have prepared a list of over 1500 Nigeria Current affairs past questions and answers from 1960 till date.


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Nigeria current affairs questions and answers are grouped in various categories and are available in PDF formats for immediate download.

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url 2020-02-11 11:55
West Bengal GK PDF Download

GK about West Bengal: Details about West Bengal are given on this page and the link is given below for West Bengal GK PDF Download. West Bengal occupies 12th place among the twenty-two kingdoms of India in terms of volume. It occupies the fourth position in terms of population. Click Here To download West Bengal GK PDF.

  • The dignity of the State: 26 January 1950.
  • Capital: Kolkata.
  • Size: 88,752 sq km.
  • Population: 9,12,76,115 people (According to census of 2011).
  • Population density: 1028/ sq km.
  • Places in India by volume: 12th.
  • Location by population in India: Fourth.
  • Education Rate: 77.08 %.
  • Male: 81.59 %.
  • Female: 70.54 %.
  • District: 23.
  • Main Agricultural Crops: Paddy, jute, tea, sugarcane.
  • Iron-Steel Factory: Durgapur, Banpur, Kulti.
  • Ports: Kolkata and Haldia.
  • Thermal power stations: Farakka, Kolaghat, Bandel.
  • Main forests: Sundarban.
  • Head Court: High Court (Kolkata). Read More... Saara Competitive
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General Awareness Question and Answer 2020

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text 2019-10-01 14:00
October 2019 Reading List
The Final Days - Carl Bernstein,Bob Woodward
Lab Girl - Hope Jahren
#IMomSoHard - Kristin Hensley
Connections in Death - J.D. Robb
Vendetta in Death - J.D. Robb
Well, That Escalated Quickly: Memoirs and Mistakes of an Accidental Activist - Franchesca Ramsey
Jane Doe: A Novel - Victoria Helen Stone
Copycat Killing - Sofie Kelly
A Very Mummy Holiday (Tourist Trap Mysteries #11) - Lynn Cahoon
A Colony in a Nation - Chris Hayes

New month, fresh start. 


Going back to my Nixon Reading List and reading The Final Days by Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, which is their follow up to All the President's Men. Although I think this was a good reading project for me, the timing may be off considering....the state of the union so to speak.


NEA Big Reads for Wichita is Lab Girl by Hope Jahren; my real life book club is reading it as our leader/host is on the board that votes every year. There is a few events happening both on base library and my local branch that I hope to get to attend.


#IMOMSOHARD - man I love Kristin and Jen since I first saw their videos on FB. They are hilarious and real and I really want to see their show when they come to Tulsa next February....hint, hint Santa! Rather than doing non-stop toxic positivity, these ladies come straight out of the gate about the less than awesome things (deaths in family for example) or gross (adventures in toilet training), and motherhood with humor and grace. They are my inspirational mom friends.


I am still working through Connections in Death and I picked up Vendetta in Death since it was on the library's shelf, just calling my name. Seriously, brand new JD Robb title just sitting on the new release shelf with nary a waiting list - perplexed I was. I hope to be all caught up on the series by the time November comes around. I can't believe #50 will be published in February.


I need a palette cleanser in between the Eve Dallas books, so I picked up at the library Well, That Escalated Quickly by Franchesca Ramsey. I've listened to a number of podcast episodes with her and she seems funny and smart. 


I wanted something a little dark for this time of year and I am determined to get to Victoria Helen Stone's Jane Doe. I wanted something magical realism/cozy mystery, so Copycat Killing. And by the end of the month, the next novella in the Tourist Trap mystery series A Very Mummy Holiday will be on my NOOK and I can join the gang in South Cove for another round.


Finally, I picked up from the library Chris Hayes' A Colony in a Nation from my non-fiction wish-list. For those not in the US, Hayes is a tv host on MSNBC and former editor/writer for The Nation. Honestly, he is a little heavy on his love for a certain senator from a New England state, but he generally does do a good job of reporting and Ta-Nehisi Coates blurbed the book. I trust Coates enough to give the book a try.




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review 2019-02-04 06:15
Civilization Critical by Darrin Qualman
Civilization Critical: Energy, Food, Nature, and the Future - Darrin Qualman

TITLE:  Civilzation Critical:  Energy, Food, Nature, and the Future


AUTHOR:  Darrin Qualman




FORMAT:  Netgalley ARC


ISBN-13:  9781773630861


NOTE: I received a copy of this book from NetGalley. This review is my honest opinion of the book.



"With human civilization hurtling closer and closer to the brink of collapse, big-picture solutions are needed. Fast.

In Civilization Critical, Darrin Qualman argues that in order to understand our present situation and our possible futures, we must focus on material and energy flows. The dominant patterns of nature are loops — circular flows of nutrients, seeds, water, carbon and other materials — while human systems are linear: moving from extraction to the factory, the store, the consumer and the landfill. Our petro-industrial systems are misshapen and cannot be sustained by the biosphere. Sustainability requires reconfiguring the linear flows of human systems to match the circular, recycling flows of natural (and pre-industrial) systems. Once we undertake this transformation, many of our problems will begin to abate; until we do so, most will intensify.

In this sweeping work, Qualman pushes the boundaries of existing environmental analysis by looking across the millennia to identify the core processes that give rise to environmental and economic problems and reveals how our sometimes-wondrous, sometimes-monstrous civilization really works and how it is threatened."




This is a book that examines the interaction between the Earth's natural cycles and the evolution of human civilization and progress - a cmbination of technology, culture and biology.  It examines how out petro-chemical "mega-civilization" has decoupled from nature's cyclical processes, the sustainability of this type of civilization and the recommended paths to take in future.  In my opinion this is an important book that sheds light on our history, our future, and how we came to live in our current civilization.  However, I did find some sections to be repetitive and some too generalized.  The author also fails to discuss the elephant in the room:  overpopulation.  Otherwise an interesting and informative book.






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