Casualty in previous war, is much higher, yet they seem to handle casualty better, why?
Many people today survive injuries that would have been fatal 40 years ago. So the percentage of disabled veterans and severity of the disabilities is much higher, and we see them day in and day out. When soldiers died, you might see the casualty numbers on a screen, but not in public in a way to remind you.
by pedagog 5 years ago
Why in this century gold prizes are increasing at much higher rate in compare to previous century?graph from goldprice.org is given for observation and analysis or you can go to the site and analyse in other way.
by Engelis 3 years ago
Is it possible for hubscore to be much higher than hubberscore?Lately I have noticed that my hubberscore is losing 1 point every single day, no matter how much I have edited my articles. The funny thing is that my hubscore is like 20 points higher than hubberscore. How is this possible? or The...
by SurfboardShark 6 years ago
I recently posted a link to one of my HubPages articles on RedGage and it has done very well there. However, the pageview count from RedGage's point of view is much, much higher than my traffic shows on HubPages. Why is this? To give an idea of the difference, the view count showing by HubPages is...
by Catherine Giordano 3 years ago
thanks. The total column is closer to what GA says for the 4 days--they differ by 1000 views. I never saw this problem before. And when will I learn to check my typing before I post. Can I take this whole thing down?
by dingdong 6 years ago
Dingdong is my handle.(next entry should begin with the word - handle)
by Charlu 5 years ago
Do you have a high or low tolerance for pain, and do men or women have a higher pain threshold?Is it just a myth that women have babies because men couldn't handle the pain or is it true that women have a higher tolerance for pain? Do you cry when you prick your finger or just shake it off...
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