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Part 6: "Why"
- Picture 6: "why" - scientific chart
So, we came to the last and rather large issue. "Why" is a universal key for solving problems. If we can answer the question "why" (why something works in a certain way, why one event occurs, and not another, why some things seem inevitable), then we can consider a significant part of our problem solved. Perhaps the details of the decision are not yet clear, however
- WHY BREASURE THANKS
In the early days of breastfeeding, you may want to quit all this and grab a bottle. You can be pushed to this by the advice of people who believe that artificial nutrition is simpler and even just as good. Or there may be a fear that you are "not the kind of plan" mom, who can successfully breastfeed. However, when you understand the benefits of breastfeeding
- Why mothers need help?
Often you can hear the words: "Breastfeeding naturally - why should women help in this?" Of course, some mothers are lucky. They feed their babies without any difficulties. But many women from the very beginning need help - especially with first-borns, and also if they are very young. Many women need help to continue breastfeeding, especially if they work outside the home,
- Your pictures are "why". Theme and variations
I. Simple truth Draw a simple "good enough" portrait, showing why visual thinking is a powerful way to solve problems. My decision is given in the appendix on p. 374. 2. Scientific Scheme Create a simple multifactor scheme that can illustrate one or two links between the following data sets: the proportion of participants in a typical business meeting,
- Why is an ass called an ass?
A bone, polished from a reusable public chewing gum! And really, why is an ass called an ass? Yes just for stupidity and stubbornness. If he is tied with a small rope to a small bush, he will, after a while, when thirst and hunger announce themselves, begin to stretch towards the source: "I want to eat, I want to drink. "Deep pits are formed under the hooves. And so it will be
- WHY DO NOT I REMEMBER ABOUT THE MUHOMOR
While engaged in the use of the hemlock's poison for curing cancer, V. Tishchenko did not forget about other poisons: the fractions of the ASD, solanine, copper sulfate, sulem, and venom of the fungal fly agaric. Red mushroom, for example, is widely known for its toxicity. This attracted the attention of VV Tishchenko: "If we talk about poisons, then why not recall the fly agarics? White and red fly agaric are used. Three-liter balloon tightly
I am breathing. I go. I say. I think. I do not think about these things; why should I think about thinking? The process of thinking happens naturally, you learn it in the process of development. Smart people do not have to learn thinking in order to think. Others will not be able to think, no matter how hard they try. What is wrong with this view? SO AS ... Because thinking is a fundamental
- Why persist?
Children who have special needs, and who are breastfed, make additional demands on the mother. Family, friends or even doctors may wonder why the mother persists, regularly expressing milk, working with the baby at the breast, which takes a lot of time and, it seems, can cause even more stress. They can persuade her to quit breastfeeding. Feeding artificial
- Why children wake up
To understand why infants often wake up at night, it is necessary to know the basic principles of sleeping infants. There are two main stages of sleep: easy and deep. In smaller infants, the duration of light sleep is higher in percentage terms. During the night, children go from a light sleep to a deep and back to a light sleep, during the transition from one stage of sleep to another there is a vulnerable period during which they
- Why did the armored vehicles lose
Many are accustomed to seeing on the TV screens in the reports from Chechnya soldiers traveling in armored vehicles, they say, "on the armor." But it's absurd to sit on the roofs of armored cars, inside of which there are specially equipped cabins for transportation of fighters under the protection of armored walls. Inside - soft seats. On the roof of a soldier hard, there's nothing to hold on, and he's an open target, not only for militants,