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  • why do we study public sector accounting

    What is meant by thePpublic sector? The public sector is the section of an economic system that is run by national, provincial, and local governments. P Even this changes from country to country. The public sector supports all three arms of government the executive arm (the Government), the legislature (Parliament) and the judiciary (judges of the various courts). along with health care and those working for the government itself, such as elected officials. P Where…

  • why do you lose your balance as you age

    Posted June 05, 2013, 2:00 am In a previous column you wrote about the importance of balance exercises as we age. But why does our balance get worse as we get older? A number of changes that come with aging can affect our balance. Inside our ears is a balance center called the vestibular system that detects where our body is in space. Are we upright or lying flat; are we standing on our feet…

  • why do you kiss with your eyes closed

    Why do people close their eyes when they kiss? Who invented this custom? When you don t keep your eyes closed you re violating a sacred principle. It s like eating cereal with your hands when nobody s around. Nobody sees you, but you still feel weird and like you re violating the natural order. If you need a reason to keep your eyes closed while kissing, here are seven top reasons, according to a…

  • why do we remember martin luther king jr

    IT now seems like ancient history. Forty years ago this summer, Martin Luther King, Jr. , stood at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial and delivered his I Have a Dream oration. Jim Crow still reigned supreme, the country was seething with racial tensions, and it was not yet clear whether the federal government would act. Into this morass stepped King, who pointed a way toward racial equality and national unity. Twenty years later, in…

  • why do we see different moon phases

    Asked by Brian Baur The phases of the Moon that we see are caused by the relative positions of the Sun, Moon and Earth. The phase of the Moon is defined by the proportion of the Moon lit up by the Sun that is visible from Earth. Over the 24 hour period that it takes for the Earth to spin so that all areas can see the Moon, these relative positions wouldn–≤t alter enough to…