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George HW Bush The 41st President of The United States of America, Dies Aged 94



George Herbert Walker Bush

George HW Bush The 41st President of The United States of America, Dies Aged 94. Before George Bush became the president of the country, he was a very successful businessman, a reprobative of the country, and also the director of the agency of Central Intelligence or CI.

About his early life



He was born on June 12, in the year 1924. His full name is George Herbert Walker Bush. He became the 41st president to the United States of America from 1989 to 1993. The name of his parents was Dorothy Walker Bush and Prescott Sheldon Bush.

He moved with his family to Connecticut when he was quite young. After he graduated from his college, he registered himself for the United States Navy and he also turned 18 that day.

When he came to power



He became the youngest pilot of the navy as he joined when he was just 18. He also served during the time period of world war II. He attended almost 58 combat missions during the war and also flew torpedo bombers in the theatre of Pacific Ocean. After that ware, he also enrolled to study the subject of economics from Ayla.

He graduated in the same in 1948 and then he moved to Texas to work as a salesman. Later on, he won a seat as one of the presentative of the US.



The biggest challenges he faced doing his tenure was that he had to fix the budget due to which people were very disappointed in the government and he also had to decide on the taxation policy.

People were highly disappointed with the government on both the issues and he had to fix them during his tenure. These were the two major challenges he faced during his tenure. In the end, he had to come up with volatile budget negotiations in the year 1991.

Achievements that make him different

  1. He is among the most educated and knowledgeable presidents of the country.
  2. He has had a huge scale of experience in all kinds of work even salesmanship which is quite unique
  3. He was quite successful in managing the foreign affairs and came up with different solutions for every problem the public faced and never disappointed his country as a president during his tenure
  4. He has also had a long career in being the vice president of the country don also in domestic politics.
  5. He was preceded by Ronald Reagan and succeeded by Bill Clinton.
  6. The major conflicts in which he involved in were the Gulf War of the United States.
  7. He brought about a revolutionary act of Disabilities Act which made it clear that the Diablos will in no way be disregarded of any opportunity that comes to a normal person. They will be treated equally in all the terms and in all the ways.

He has had a great time being the president and the countrymen to like him in the role. 

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Dare To Visit These 7 Most Haunted Places around The World




Dare To Visit These 7 Most Haunted Places around The World

Paranormal Things are mostly unexplainable. Theories keep debating whether anything like that exists or not. Supernatural has always been a moot point. But one thing is for sure, no matter wherever you go in the world you often get to hear about ghost stories and haunted places. So why is it acknowledged universally and yet been questionable? We are not sure that whether we will be able to find the answer or not. The world of unknowns has always scared people from centuries across the world. Many Hollywood movies are inspired by paranormal activities.

Well, we are not here to either reaffirm your belief or debunk it. We have just found out 7 most haunted places around the world. Check the list below and decide where you would want to pay a visit or two.

1. Beechworth Lunatic Asylum, Victoria, Australia

The asylum was opened in 1867, several apparitions were reported there. People claimed that they heard screams. Sometimes doors slam shut and open all by themselves.

2. The Queen Mary Hotel, Long Beach, California

The hotel is the country’s most haunted hotel. People spotted two different ghosts here. The women were drowned in a ship’s first classroom and now their ghosts are often seen here by the guests. There is one particular room, B340 where most of the activities are noted. So it is no longer available for guests.

3. Bhangarh Fort, India

The fort was built by KingSawaiMadho Singh, in the 1600s. The small city was homed by 10,000 people. But due to a curse, the whole city was turned into ruins. The place is still ruined and nothing more. The site is marked haunted and nobody is allowed to visit there after 5 pm. Not just that those who tried to spend a night there were found dead in the morning.

4. The Forbidden City, Beijing, China

The Forbidden City, Beijing, China

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The site was also the site of murders. Thus, locals claim that the place is haunted and several apparitions have been sighted here.

5. Highgate Cemetery London, England

Well, which cemetery doesn’t seem haunted? But locals claimed that they have noted some supernatural activities here.

6. Banff Springs Hotel, Alberta, Canada

Banff Springs Hotel, Alberta, Canada

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This hotel has some weird history related supernatural activities. A bellman is a regular ghost here, another regular spirit is a bride who dances in the ballroom.

7. The Tower of London, England

We don’t know that you will buy this one or not. But here is an interesting story of the headless ghost of Anne Boleyn.

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What Do You Think About Circular Runway, a Futuristic Idea or A Flop Show



Circular Runway, a Futuristic Idea

Have you ever thought about the circular runway? It can happen as per the world’s aviation experts and they told about the feasibility of this project. As an old saying goes, ‘a coin has its two sides’ this project, too, has its own benefits and risks.

So let’s have a look at both the merits and demerits of new futuristic circular runways.


  1. According to the experts, we can able to manage about four times of the present traffic of aircraft if we use the circular runways.
  2. The best purpose these circular runways serve is that they are going to occupy way lesser space than the current runways.
  3. Planes can take a number of rounds if they need a longer runway.
  4. Pilots can choose an appropriate spot on the loop without concerning about the direction of the wind.
Circular Runway, a Futuristic Idea

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  1. One of the major risks is that of noise pollution. The level of noise while the plane takes off or lands may rise from all direction. It might be an issue with the residents in the neighborhood.
  2. The circular runways lead to multiple routes for the flights to land or take off. This is problematic as every flight will have to be monitored in order to avoid any accidents. Even as a slight mistake can cause a great mishap.
  3. Since pilots need to fix the aiming point before they land the plane, it is going to be difficult now for them to identify such spot on the circular runway.
  4. There is going to be a need for more navigation aids.

Centrifugal force is a major aspect of risks. And in order to counter this, airplanes may have to be redesigned with more powerful engines, more speed, lesser weight, larger wings etc.

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With This Swift Melting Speed Arctic Ocean Would be Ice-Free by 2040




Melting Speed Arctic Ocean Would be Ice-Free by 2040

Forget ice-age, the time will come when there will not be ice only. The scientist who has been researching since so long have said that with this speed of melting the oceans could lose all its icebergs.

We are talking about the Arctic Ocean where due to the warming the ice is melting twice as fast as the rest of the planet. And there are chances that by 2040 there will not be any ice in there. And you all can imagine the threats it can cause to us.

When the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program the region is warmer and melting very quickly. And there are chances that by 2014 there will not be any ice there.

The Snow, Water, Ice Permafrost report says “The Arctic Ocean could be largely free of sea ice in summer as early as the late 2030s, only two decades from now.”

“The recent recognition of additional melt processes affecting Arctic and Antarctic glaciers, ice caps and ice sheets suggests that low-end projections of global sea-level rise made by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) are underestimated.”

The fear is not just this, as the report says that we are beyond enough that there will not be the point of return. Unless we reduce the greenhouse effects and prevent future harm.

We better take care of global warming and greenhouse emissions since they are very dangerous for the sea level.

If the glaciers melt rapidly and then there will be drastic changes in the sea level. There could be a flood and other major threat to human life.

It is not the first time that your human activities have caused harm to nature. Global heat and warming have also caused deletion in the Ozone Layer, and now it’s the glaciers that are melting twice as fast.

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