What's going on in the beIN community
 .
  • Md.Asaduzzaman Shakil just logged in to the site.
  • Honzazi just logged in to the site.
  • Susana Maria Francisco
    Listing
    Susana Maria Francisco added new listing The benefits of omega 3 in Let's Talk
    Omega- 3 is a type of fat , known as essential fatty acid , since it is essential for the preservation and promotion of health . They are called good fats . Plant may be of animal origin ( Alpha Linol...enic Acid ) or produced by some species of fish ( eicosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic acid ) .The human body is unable to produce this element , having to get it from food.Foods rich in omega 3 foods are fish , especially sardines, tuna, cod, dogfish and salmão.por turn , olive oil , flaxseed oil and flaxseed itself , the broccoli , arugula and spinach also have omega 3 , but in less quantity.Then enumerated ten benefits of omega 3 : Decreases inflammation in the body created by poor diet and lack of exercise. It provides the magnification of good cholesterol . Enables the reduction of triglycerides . Improves depression and assists in recovery from drug addiction . Benfeitoriza memory . Reduces blood glucose levels and increases adiponectin levels . Reduces the risk of arthritis by reducing inflammation in the body. Age at baseline metabolism , ie , expend more calories . Protects the joints , especially for athletes who exercise impact .It is essential for the proper functioning of the brain . In addition, omega 3 is important to prevent cardiovascular diseases and reducing the risk of developing breast cancer.Helps in lowering cholesterol , is good for vision and some studies indicate that omega 3 also has benefits for mood , learning and the immune system .Low concentrations accelerate the aging process and increase the probability of getting various degenerative and cardiovascular diseases.The Western diet is low intake of foods rich in omega 3 , unlike the oriental diet. More
  • Susana Maria Francisco just logged in to the site.
  • Ken Zmijewski just logged in to the site.
  • David Lukein
    Listing
    David Lukein added new listing Search for Malaysia Airlines plane in Let's Talk
    A u.s. submarine robot may take up to two months to cover 600 square kilometers of the bed of the Indian Ocean in search of Malaysian plane disappeared in March, u.s. officials said on Tuesday. The p...rediction coincides with the end of the first mission of the abbreviated Bluefin-21 submarine, which spent six hours under the sea on Monday. The homing device should have stayed  16 hours in operation, but exceeded its maximum depth of 4,500 metres, and returned automatically to the surface. The use of drone submarine marks a new phase in the search, now in slower pace. Gradually, the authorities plan to shut down the flyovers and on the surface of the sea, because there's little hope of finding floating wreckage, and it's been over a week since the military equipment do not receive electronic signals that can be attributed to black boxes-whose batteries already have exhausted their service life of 30 days. The Boeing was flying MH370 of Malaysia Airlines disappeared on March 8 with 239 people aboard, about an hour after take off from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Military radars indicate that the plane, after having their location instruments shut down, changed course. The searches are concentrated in a vast area of the Indian Ocean, about 1,550 miles northwest of Perth, Australia. The new stage of searches should be slower. "The AUV (autonomous underwater vehicle, the acronym in English) takes six times as long to cover the same area than the towed signal Locator (another instrument that had been used in the search). It is estimated that the AUV will take anywhere between six weeks and two months to sweep the entire area of search, "he said in note Daniel Marciniak, spokesman for the u.s. Navy seventh fleet, participating in the search. In the initial six hours of searches, the Bluefin-21 found nothing interesting, according to Marciniak. The second mission should begin still on Tuesday. The robot, which takes two hours to descend to the seabed and other two to climb, plus several hours to unload the data collected, will trace a detailed map of the seabed, using sonar. Last year, this technique allowed for the location of a u.s. F-15 fighter that had fallen off the coast of Japan. More
  • David Lukein
    Listing
    David Lukein added new listing States of motivation in Let's Talk
    When you focus on BUSINESS MOTIVATION, some people more skeptical questioning the validity of that State (and feeling) in the company staff. There is a great possibility that these people are conside...ring motivation as a perennial sentiment, not a State that can be raised, kept or cleared Five are the basic feelings, recognized by the Limbic System-(part of the brain which houses the emotions, so non-verbal)-that can boost, maintain or emptying the State (shares). They are: JOY, PLEASURE, anger, fear and SADNESS. For example, when the basic feeling of joy is the predominant element in the physiology of a particular person, that boosts the State to an action, i.e. the person motivates themselves to an action, installing the MOTIVATION. So if he says nobody motivates anyone, unless you create a State of self-motivation. Therefore, motivation is a sense of joy, but rather a State of form arising, generated an action. It is clear that this feeling of joy will accompany the individual, the more the action is leading to self-realization. See that Abraham Harold Maslow (eminent American psychologist who researched HUMAN MOTIVATION to streaks of exhaustion) considered self-realization as the pursuit of happiness. And according to this same researcher, this quest is the greatest MOTIVATOR of HUMAN BEINGS. So how to activate the enablers States that produce the self-motivation to work in companies? Providing consistently, employees of the company, events and courses where the speakers are not only holders of this knowledge and yes where the speakers already use consistently features that activate the enablers of States participants ' self-motivation. One of the events that greatly contribute to this action are the lectures of motivation in enterprises. Since that made by professionals in the corporate universe, which among other experiences already experienced the various nuances of everyday climate within the Organization, as an employee, mainly being linked to T& area – training and development. And these lectures of motivation generate best results when contextualized for the specific needs of employees, and the client company. These needs which must be previously discussed at briefing. Always remembering that there is an extra gain in these business events that include a motivational lecture. Herein lies the opportunity to build an alignment between the goals of employees and the objectives of the company. We're not talking about just leave here the cheerful gang or off a notch in maybe tense organizational climate. We are talking here of a behavioral technology that contributes to the integration of people and teams, employees and businesses to act with the same higher purpose that triggers superior results for employees and for the company, starting with an environment with more quality of life and more productive. The experienced motivational speakers have in their cells the Know-how of producing States leading to feelings facilitators of production. Therefore, these lectures of MOTIVATION in ENTERPRISES, are focused in the ENABLERS, for which people seek reasons to belong to the company, working with and for the company. These attributes, Yes, lead to the feeling of pride, self-esteem issues higher, of self-recognition, that contribute to increased productivity in COMPANIES, MORE quality and UNIQUE SERVICE to clients. More
  • Susana Maria Francisco
    Listing
    Susana Maria Francisco added new listing Origin of the computer mouse in Let's Talk
    The mouse has become indispensable nowadays . But few people know how this device was invented .The electrical engineer Douglas Engelbart belonging to the Stanford Research Institute , was working on ...a project very much in advance for the time in which he lived . In the early 60s , the majority of computers was still done with punch cards and other methods that did not allow user interaction with the machine . Even the text interfaces were so rare .The first mouse story had wheels instead of the ball and only made contemporary vertical and horizontal lines .Engelbart was working on a machine that had the goal of increasing the human intellect . Many of the technologies we use today have been suggested for this project, such as the graphical user interface of computers and video chats .Between the input devices shown by Engelbart in 1968 , during the first public demonstration of his project , there was a wooden box with a red button in the top fraction and a cable coming out of one end . The device could be covered with the palm of the hand .The portion of the wire connection to the computer that was visible in the table , then came the idea of the tail of a mouse , mouse in English.In 1970 the idea was refined research center in Palo Alto , XEROX .This component just happened to have immense utility 15 years after its invention, when Apple introduced the Macintosh . A year earlier, Microsoft, which was copied and modified the Macintosh , released a computer mouse and graphical interface.This began as wood , and with one button. He began to evolve more and more, together with computers. The swivel ball was created to assist in interactivity , and wireless . Formerly owned a piece that revolved spherical shape while the user slid the mouse across a flat surface. More
 .