Albert Einstein

By IndepthAfrica
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Apr 21st, 2014
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By Prince Charles Dickson Any man who reads too much and uses his own brain too little falls into lazy habits of thinking. Albert Einstein  They have been dragging the matter, “write the test, no, we won’t write any test, its a ploy to sack us, it is political, and all the noise remains.&...
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Apr 12th, 2014
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by Asihel Betsuamlak   I Introduction: After 30 years of armed struggle, Eritrea became an independent and sovereign country.  May 24, 1991 was a day of redemption for the heroic Eritrean people who paid incalculable sacrifices for the achievement of Eritrean national independence and freedom.  Howev...
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Apr 3rd, 2014
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By Dr. Tadios Tesfu dedicated to Ahmed M. Nasser, April-1-2014 By now, maybe you are expecting to read an April fool. Not at all, the Eritrean politics and quantum mechanics have common denominator. In both cases, the problems to be treated are very small but the frameworks of their solutions are sop...
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Sep 9th, 2013
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In my commentary last week, “Interpreting and Living MLK’s Dream”, I discussed, among other things, Dr. Martin Luther King’s (MLK) philosophy of nonviolent social change. MLK argued that the “crucial political and moral question of our time” is the “need for man to overcome oppression and violence wi...
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Dec 10th, 2012
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Vusi Shongwe makes the case for President Jacob Zuma, while Prince Mashele predicts ruin at re-election.   YES, he’s the man of the movement, says Vusi Shongwe. Albert Einstein said splitting the atom changed everything except our way of thinking, which emanates from the hearts and minds of indi...
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Jul 23rd, 2012
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If we are to see sustainable development of the Zimbabwean economy, we need to strengthen the generation of income and wealth within the second economy I have had some rather remarkable responses to my last article dealing with my perspective on developments in the Zimbabwean economy. Some doubted th...
By IndepthAfrica
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Apr 3rd, 2012
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Prince Charles Dickson If one keeps silent, what is in one’s body keeps silent with one, in other words, if one does not disclose one’s problems one can expect no help. We really want to hold on to hope, it is all we have left, we look into the crystal ball, it’s gloom, doom and [&h...
By IndepthAfrica
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Dec 4th, 2011
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The European Union was never about Democracy and therefore it comes as divine justice that the ball which represents the Eurozone crisis was kicked off by a currency sculpted graphically around the Greek letter epsilon and rolls back, precisely, to Greece. The Euro project was and is a spectacular ow...
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Nov 7th, 2010
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Ask an average Nigerian to name the country’s most famous scientists. In all likelihood, they would mention “Dr.” (or “Professor”) Philip Emeagwali and Dr. Gabriel Oyibo.  This, in a way, is excusable ignorance. After all, the great President Bill Clinton has been scammed into undeservedly calling Em...