When semantic extraction goes horribly, horribly wrong



  • So there's this company called NetBase that develops data-mining applications. And they decided to release a public demo of one of their applications under development, a health-oriented semantic search engine called HealthBase, promoting it with press releases aplenty.

    Problem is, they didn't bother to actually [i]test[/i] their application thoroughly before deploying it. Which is a particularly troublesome issue when your data set includes a good deal of non-medical data... such as Wikipedia.

    The result? As this TechCrunch article points out, one of the causes of AIDS was listed as "Jew"-- because the system mistook the verb "aids" in a Wikipedia article for a reference to the disease. Even worse, clicking on the link to "Jew" revealed that treatments for that condition include coarse salt and Dr. Pepper.

    They've fixed some of the really glaring examples by now, but the service still offers up quite a bit of hilarity. For instance, one of the causes of ADHD is "campus", while one of the possible treatments for it is a "rat". And treatments for depression include the Great Depression, the gold standard, the Canadian Shield, regression analysis, and 3-tesla proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy.

    More hilarious results can be found in the comments to this post at Language Log. Some of them have been fixed since the comments were posted; others remain as utterly absurd as ever.



  • I love this one:



  • This is epic. I guess I'll have something to spend the next few hours with.



  • Personally, I love that the treatments for Linux include tar and Caucho Resin under chemicals, and Wine, Cactus, Juice and Lotus under food and plants.



  • @codeman38 said:

    Personally, I love that the treatments for Linux include tar and Caucho Resin under chemicals, and Wine, Cactus, Juice and Lotus under food and plants.

    Don't forget the #1 treatment: Windows.

    (Not trying to start a flamewar, just stating the "facts")



  • This is the ultimate time-waster. I hope it's not blocked at the office.

     



  • Cons of anonymous: Threaten life, HIV-1 infection, Attack user...



  •  I find the downsides of "data mining" quite funny ;-).

    And how "bullshit" seems to "add new value"



  •  Sorry for yet another post. I just concidered "hell" hilarious, as it informed me it threats medical disorders.



  • @Evo said:

     I find the downsides of "data mining" quite funny ;-).

    But those of "artificial intelligence" are so much more epic. I mean, we knew that it can lead to "Third World War" from several novels / movies, but who wudda thought it could cause "Cancer" and "Mad Cow Desease"?



    Edit: Oh, and "Third World War" can cause controversial issues, decimate the earth, destroy the world, and even cause extreme poverty and a famine! Worst of all, it will fail a Google test! Good thing it can also provide a solution: it will solve humanitarian problems, clean water, renew life and even bring earth! ... Too bad earth won't experience its bringing as it will have been decimated.



  •  

    Really?  Mario must've been on to something.



  •  "Bolshevik Revolution" is listed as the number 2 cause of Democrats.  Seems pretty accurate to me.



  •  Right.......


     Who knew having fun can cause so many problems?

     

    ...



  • The worst one I found was 'Causes of Obama', which includes "NPOV addition".

    Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/IncidentArchive472
    His reasoning is that since this NPOV addition could possibly hurt Obama, it's a "sneak attack on article neutrality." ?
    this
    is just another failed sneak attack on article neutrality This is
    Wikidemon's description of the addition of POV-balanced information to
    an article that does not mention Obama. His reasoning is that since this NPOV addition could possibly hurt Obama, it's a "sneak attack on article neutrality." If
    another soul in this galaxy thinks that there is something to that
    argument, please see the section that was added. Does anytone else
    think that this is the way we should consider edits -- whether they
    might be embarassing to candidates we like or don't like?
    Source: Wikipedia, September 2008


     In other worse, they're blithely reading non-article namespaces off Wikipedia. Whoopsies.



  • @fennec said:

     In other worse, they're blithely reading non-article namespaces off Wikipedia. Whoopsies.

    And another search, "angst", turns up an [i]Amazon.com review[/i] in its results-- specifically, of Mel Brooks' [i]Robin Hood: Men In Tights[/i]. (Not to mention thinking that a bad English accent is some type of food.)



  • Drug & Medications for will smith (1)

    + Genetically modified virus 

     

    Cons of britney spears (20)

    + Enemy

    + Evil

     

    its interesting that they have tons of stuff on capitalism, however they have nothing on communism ...
     


    and its pretty accurate on the "memory leak" ...



  • Also, Impact iz fud nao. http://healthbase.netbase.com/#lolcat&Treatments

    And alcohol prevents you from becoming invisible: http://healthbase.netbase.com/#invisibility&Treatments

    Unfortunately, it has no treatments for Community Server, Blackboard, or stupidity. Useless pile of junk.

     

    It does list "fire department" as a treatment for "fire". +1.



  • It is actually accurate, assuming your copy of IE is stored on magnetic media. MRI machines have big magnets :D



  • Drug & Medications for love (17)

    Vitamin A
    Chan Su
    Related Searches:
    Efficacy of digoxin specific Fab fragments (Digibind) in the treatment of toad venom poisoning.
    Chan Su, a traditional Chinese medication, and Love
    Stone, a topical aphrodisiac, are both made from dried venom of the
    toad bufo bufo gargarizans and contain bufalin, cinobufotalin,
    cinobufagin, and other cardioactive steroids of the bufadienolide
    class.
    .
    Chan Su, a traditional Chinese medication, and Love
    Stone, a topical aphrodisiac, are both made from dried venom of the
    toad bufo bufo gargarizans and contain bufalin, cinobufotalin,
    cinobufagin, and other cardioactive steroids of the bufadienolide
    class.
    Deaths have occurred following ingestion of these
    products and the clinical course resembles digoxin toxicity. The
    purpose of this study was to determine the efficacy of digoxin specific
    Fab fragments in treating Chan Su poisoning.
    Source: PubMed, July 1999
    Insulin
    Love hormone
    Sexual intercourse
    Sexual intimacy, as well as orgasms, increases levels of the hormone oxytocin, also known as "the love hormone" which helps people bond and build trust. .
    In
    response to the findings, one researcher adds that those who already
    have self-esteem say they sometimes have sex to "feel even better".
    People have sex to feel good about themselves. Sexual intimacy, as well as orgasms, increases levels of the hormone oxytocin, also known as "the love hormone" which helps people bond and build trust. Researchers
    from the University of Pittsburgh and the University of North Carolina
    at Chapel Hill "evaluated 59 premenopausal women before and after warm
    contact with their husbands and partners ending with hugs. They found
    that the more contact, the higher the oxytocin levels".
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Low fat diet

    Treatments for love (53)

    Album
    Related Searches:
    Slide guitar
    Duane
    Allman shows his skill in playing slide guitar in the 1971 live album
    At Fillmore East and with Derek and the Dominos' Layla and
    Other Assorted Love Songs album. .
    John
    Lee's cousin, the great Earl Hooker, may have been the first to use wah
    and slide together. Like Alan Wilson, Duane Allman played a key role in
    bringing slide guitar into rock music, through his work with The Allman
    Brothers Band. Duane
    Allman shows his skill in playing slide guitar in the 1971 live album
    At Fillmore East and with Derek and the Dominos' Layla and
    Other Assorted Love Songs album. Beginning
    in the late 1960s, Allman used an empty glass Coricidin medicine
    bottle, which he wore over his ring finger, as a slide; this was later
    picked up by other slide guitarists such as Bonnie Raitt, Rory
    Gallagher, and Gary Rossington of Lynyrd Skynyrd. Such bottles
    eventually went out of production in the early 1980s, although replicas
    have been produced since 1985).
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Billy Joel
    1997's "To Make You Feel My Love" and "Hey Girl" both charted from Joel's Greatest Hits Volume III album. .
    On
    December 31, 1999, Joel performed at New York's Madison Square Garden,
    which at the time was considered to be Joel's last solo concert. The
    concert (dubbed The Night of the 2000 Years) ran for close to four
    hours and was later released as 2000 Years: The Millennium Concert. 1997's "To Make You Feel My Love" and "Hey Girl" both charted from Joel's Greatest Hits Volume III album. In
    2001, Joel released Fantasies & Delusions, a collection of
    classical piano pieces. All were composed by Joel and performed by
    Richard Joo.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Freddie Mercury
    Mercury wrote ten out of the seventeen songs on Queen's Greatest Hits album: "Bohemian Rhapsody", "Seven Seas of Rhye", "Killer Queen", "Somebody to Love", "Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy", "We Are the Champions", "Bicycle Race", "Don't Stop Me Now", "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" and "Play the Game". .
    Mercury wrote ten out of the seventeen songs on Queen's Greatest Hits album: "Bohemian Rhapsody", "Seven Seas of Rhye", "Killer Queen", "Somebody to Love", "Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy", "We Are the Champions", "Bicycle Race", "Don't Stop Me Now", "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" and "Play the Game". The
    most notable aspect of his songwriting involved the wide range of
    genres that he used, which included, among other styles, rockabilly,
    progressive rock, heavy metal and disco. As he explained in a 1986
    interview, "I hate doing the same thing again and again and again.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
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    Jean Michel Jarre
    While Jarre's contemporary albums found themselves drawn to the pulsing rhythms of the dancefloor, Geometry of Love had its spiritual home in the chill-out room at the back, with lush, sprawling, sublime works washing over the listener. .
    It
    is also rumoured to have been something of a 'quick and dirty'
    contractual obligation album for Jarre to end his contractual terms
    with Francis Dreyfus. In 2003, Jarre released the album Geometry of
    Love for the dance club VIP Lounge, in Paris. While Jarre's contemporary albums found themselves drawn to the pulsing rhythms of the dancefloor, Geometry of Love had its spiritual home in the chill-out room at the back, with lush, sprawling, sublime works washing over the listener. During
    this post-2000 period he also composed a mini album of work called
    Interior Music to be used as a demonstration piece by the Bang and
    Olufsen company. The work contains two parts, known as 'bonjour-hello'
    and 'whispers of life', which is essentially the first piece without
    vocals.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Dannii Minogue
    In 2001, Minogue further returned to musical success with the release of her biggest worldwide hit to date, "Who Do You Love Now?", while her subsequent album, Neon Nights, became the most successful of her career. .
    Minogue
    achieved early success with hits such as "Love and Kisses" and "This is
    It", though by the release of her second album, her popularity as a
    singer had declined, leading her to concentrate on other fields such as
    television presenting. The late 1990s saw a brief return to music after
    Minogue reinvented herself as a dance artist with "All I Wanna Do", her
    first number one UK Club hit. In 2001, Minogue further returned to musical success with the release of her biggest worldwide hit to date, "Who Do You Love Now?", while her subsequent album, Neon Nights, became the most successful of her career. In
    the UK, she has achieved eleven consecutive number one dance singles,
    becoming the best performing artist on the UK Upfront Club Chart.
    Minogue is currently signed to All Around The World and, in 2006,
    released her second official "best of" compilation, The Hits and Beyond.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    The Seekers
    Judith Durham released a Christmas album For Christmas With Love
    (recorded in Hollywood, California) and later signed with A&M
    Records, releasing two albums, A Gift of Song and Climb Ev'ry Mountain.
    .
    The album spent 125 weeks in
    the charts in the UK. Following the split, the solo careers of the
    artists struggled, and lapsed into obscurity (many attribute it to
    their lack of success in the US). Judith Durham released a Christmas album For Christmas With Love
    (recorded in Hollywood, California) and later signed with A&M
    Records, releasing two albums, A Gift of Song and Climb Ev'ry Mountain.
    Keith Potger formed the successful group The New Seekers in the
    UK. Bruce Woodley would release several solo albums and focus on
    songwriting, eventuating in the unofficial national anthem "I Am
    Australian".
    Source: Wikipedia, April 2009
    Joan Baez
    In
    the tumultuous year of 1968, Baez traveled to Nashville, where a
    marathon recording session resulted in not one, but two albums: Any Day
    Now, a record consisting exclusively of Dylan covers (one, "
    Love Is Just A Four-Letter Word," was never recorded by Dylan and has become a Baez staple) and the country-infused David's Album
    recorded for husband David Harris, a prominent anti-Vietnam War
    protester and organizer eventually imprisoned for draft resistance.
    .
    Deciding
    to experiment after having exhausted the "folksinger with guitar"
    format, Baez turned to Peter Schickele, a classical composer, who
    provided classical orchestration for her next three albums: 1966's
    Noel, 1967's Joan and 1968's Baptism. Noel was a Christmas album of
    traditional material, while Baptism was akin to a concept album,
    featuring Baez reading and singing poems written by celebrated poets
    such as James Joyce, Federico Garcia Lorca and Walt Whitman. In the tumultuous year of 1968, Baez traveled to Nashville,
    where a marathon recording session resulted in not one, but two albums:
    Any Day Now, a record consisting exclusively of Dylan covers (one, "
    Love Is Just A Four-Letter Word," was never recorded by Dylan and has become a Baez staple) and the country-infused David's Album
    recorded for husband David Harris, a prominent anti-Vietnam War
    protester and organizer eventually imprisoned for draft resistance.
    Harris,
    a country music fan, turned Baez toward more complex country rock
    influences beginning with David's Album. She published her first
    autobiographical memoir in 1968, titled Daybreak (by Dial Press).
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Prince (musician)
    1992 saw Prince and the New Power Generation release his twelfth album untitled, bearing only an unpronounceable symbol on the cover (later copyrighted as Love Symbol #2). .
    With
    significant input from his band members, Diamonds and Pearls was
    released on October 1, 1991. Reaching #3 on the Billboard 200 Diamonds
    and Pearls saw the singles "Gett Off" chart at #21 on the Hot 100 and
    #6 on the R&B charts while "Cream" gave Prince his fifth US number
    one single. 1992 saw Prince and the New Power Generation release his twelfth album untitled, bearing only an unpronounceable symbol on the cover (later copyrighted as Love Symbol #2). O(+>
    would peak at #5 on the Billboard 200. While the label wanted "7" to be
    the first single, Prince fought to have "My Name Is Prince" as he "felt
    that the song's more hip-hoppery would appeal to the same audience"
    that had purchased the previous album.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    The Sound of Music
    Songs from the musical have been covered in popular music (for example, "My Favorite Things" on Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, a double album
    by the hip hop group OutKast and pastiched in advertising (for example,
    in TV ads for "New Skoda Fabia" (2007) and for the MasterCard credit
    card (2007).
    .
    Had the von
    Trapps hiked over the mountains, they would have in all likelihood
    ended up in Germany, near the Kehlsteinhaus, Hitler's mountain retreat
    in Berchtesgaden. Cultural references. Songs from the musical have been covered in popular music (for example, "My Favorite Things" on Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, a double album
    by the hip hop group OutKast and pastiched in advertising (for example,
    in TV ads for "New Skoda Fabia" (2007) and for the MasterCard credit
    card (2007).
    My Favorite Things is also a 1960 album by jazz musician John Coltrane, containing his interpretation of the eponymous song.
    Many television shows have featured characters singing songs or pastiches of songs from the musical.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    The Beatles
    The Swan tracks "She Loves You" and "I'll Get You" were issued on the Capitol LP The Beatles' Second Album. .
    "Misery"
    and "There's a Place" were issued as a Capitol "Starline" reissue
    single in 1964, and reappeared on Capitol's 1980 US version of the
    Rarities compilation album.) The early Vee-Jay and Swan Beatles records
    command a high price on the record collectors' market today, and all
    have been copiously bootlegged. The Swan tracks "She Loves You" and "I'll Get You" were issued on the Capitol LP The Beatles' Second Album. Swan
    also issued the German-language version of "She Loves You", called "Sie
    Liebt Dich". This song later appeared (in stereo) on Capitol's Rarities
    album.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Prince (musician)
    In 1989, Prince appeared on Madonna's studio album Like a Prayer, co-writing and singing the duet "Love Song" and playing electric guitar (uncredited) on the songs Like a Prayer, Keep It Together, and "Act of Contrition". .
    The
    lead single, "Alphabet St.", peaked at #8 on the Hot 100 and #3 on the
    R&B chart, but finished with only selling 750,000 copies. Prince
    again took his post-Revolution backing band (minus the Bodyguards) on a
    three leg, 84-show Lovesexy World Tour; that although played to huge
    crowds and were well received shows, financially lost money due to the
    expensive sets and props incorporated. In 1989, Prince appeared on Madonna's studio album Like a Prayer, co-writing and singing the duet "Love Song" and playing electric guitar (uncredited) on the songs Like a Prayer, Keep It Together, and "Act of Contrition". He
    also began work on a number of musical projects, including Rave Unto
    the Joy Fantastic and early drafts of his Graffiti Bridge film, but
    both were put on hold when he was asked by Batman director Tim Burton
    to record several songs for the upcoming live-action adaptation. Prince
    went into the studio and produced an entire 9-track album that Warner
    released on June 20, 1989.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Grunge music
    Pearl Jam, which featured former Mother Love Bone members Jeff Ament and Stone Gossard, had released its debut album Ten in August 1991, a month before Nevermind, but album sales only picked up a year later. .
    Michael
    Azerrad asserted that Nevermind symbolized "a sea-change in rock music"
    in which the glam metal that had dominated rock music at that time fell
    out of favor in the face of music that was authentic and culturally
    relevant. Other grunge bands subsequently replicated Nirvana's success.
    Pearl Jam, which featured former Mother Love Bone members Jeff Ament and Stone Gossard, had released its debut album Ten in August 1991, a month before Nevermind, but album sales only picked up a year later. By
    the second half of 1992 Ten became a breakthrough success, being
    certified gold and reaching number two on the Billboard charts.
    Soundgarden's album Badmotorfinger and Alice in Chains' Dirt, along
    with the Temple of the Dog album collaboration featuring members of
    Pearl Jam and Soundgarden, were also among the 100 top selling albums
    of 1992.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Bauhaus (band)
    Both Daniel Ash and David J released solo albums during the Love and Rockets years; Peter Murphy contributed backing vocals to David J's 1992 single "Candy on the Cross."
    Love and Rockets scored a US hit four years later with "So Alive". The band broke up after seven albums in 1999. Both Daniel Ash and David J released solo albums during the Love and Rockets years; Peter Murphy contributed backing vocals to David J's 1992 single "Candy on the Cross."
    Source: Wikipedia, March 2009
    The Sound of Music
    Songs from the musical have been covered in popular music (for example, "My Favorite Things" on Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, a double album
    by the hip hop group OutKast and pastiched in advertising (for example,
    in TV ads for "New Skoda Fabia" (2007) and for the MasterCard credit
    card (2007).
    .
    Had the von
    Trapps hiked over the mountains, they would have in all likelihood
    ended up in Germany, near the Kehlsteinhaus, Hitler's mountain retreat
    in Berchtesgaden. Cultural references. Songs from the musical have been covered in popular music (for example, "My Favorite Things" on Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, a double album
    by the hip hop group OutKast and pastiched in advertising (for example,
    in TV ads for "New Skoda Fabia" (2007) and for the MasterCard credit
    card (2007).
    My Favorite Things is also a 1960 album by jazz musician John Coltrane, containing his interpretation of the eponymous song.
    Many television shows have featured characters singing songs or pastiches of songs from the musical.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Slide guitar
    Duane
    Allman shows his skill in playing slide guitar in the 1971 live album
    At Fillmore East and with Derek and the Dominos' Layla and Other
    Assorted
    Love Songs album. .
    John
    Lee's cousin, the great Earl Hooker, may have been the first to use wah
    and slide together. Like Alan Wilson, Duane Allman played a key role in
    bringing slide guitar into rock music, through his work with The Allman
    Brothers Band. Duane
    Allman shows his skill in playing slide guitar in the 1971 live album
    At Fillmore East and with Derek and the Dominos' Layla and Other
    Assorted
    Love Songs album. Beginning
    in the late 1960s, Allman used an empty glass Coricidin medicine
    bottle, which he wore over his ring finger, as a slide; this was later
    picked up by other slide guitarists such as Bonnie Raitt, Rory
    Gallagher, and Gary Rossington of Lynyrd Skynyrd. Such bottles
    eventually went out of production in the early 1980s, although replicas
    have been produced since 1985).
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Ella Fitzgerald
    Callaway's album To Ella with Love (1996) features fourteen jazz standards made popular by Fitzgerald, and the album also features the trumpeter Wynton Marsalis. .
    Albums. Ann Hampton Callaway, Dee Dee Bridgewater, and Patti Austin have all recorded albums in tribute to Fitzgerald. Callaway's album To Ella with Love (1996) features fourteen jazz standards made popular by Fitzgerald, and the album also features the trumpeter Wynton Marsalis. Bridgewater's
    album Dear Ella (1997) featured many musicians that were closely
    associated with Fitzgerald during her career, including the pianist Lou
    Levy, the trumpeter Benny Powell, and Fitzgerald's second husband, the
    double bassist Ray Brown. Bridgewater's following album, Live at
    Yoshi's, was recorded live on April 25, 1998, what would have been
    Fitzgerald's 81st birthday.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Grunge music
    Pearl Jam, which featured former Mother Love Bone members Jeff Ament and Stone Gossard, had released its debut album Ten in August 1991, a month before Nevermind, but album sales only picked up a year later. .
    Michael
    Azerrad asserted that Nevermind symbolized "a sea-change in rock music"
    in which the glam metal that had dominated rock music at that time fell
    out of favor in the face of music that was authentic and culturally
    relevant. Other grunge bands subsequently replicated Nirvana's success.
    Pearl Jam, which featured former Mother Love Bone members Jeff Ament and Stone Gossard, had released its debut album Ten in August 1991, a month before Nevermind, but album sales only picked up a year later. By
    the second half of 1992 Ten became a breakthrough success, being
    certified gold and reaching number two on the Billboard charts.
    Soundgarden's album Badmotorfinger and Alice in Chains' Dirt, along
    with the Temple of the Dog album collaboration featuring members of
    Pearl Jam and Soundgarden, were also among the 100 top selling albums
    of 1992.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Bauhaus (band)
    Both Daniel Ash and David J released solo albums during the Love and Rockets years; Peter Murphy contributed backing vocals to David J's 1992 single "Candy on the Cross."
    Love and Rockets scored a US hit four years later with "So Alive". The band broke up after seven albums in 1999. Both Daniel Ash and David J released solo albums during the Love and Rockets years; Peter Murphy contributed backing vocals to David J's 1992 single "Candy on the Cross."
    Source: Wikipedia, March 2009
    Other Assorted Love Songs album
    Slide guitar
    Duane
    Allman shows his skill in playing slide guitar in the 1971 live album
    At Fillmore East and with Derek and the Dominos' Layla and
    Other Assorted Love Songs album. .
    John
    Lee's cousin, the great Earl Hooker, may have been the first to use wah
    and slide together. Like Alan Wilson, Duane Allman played a key role in
    bringing slide guitar into rock music, through his work with The Allman
    Brothers Band. Duane
    Allman shows his skill in playing slide guitar in the 1971 live album
    At Fillmore East and with Derek and the Dominos' Layla and
    Other Assorted Love Songs album. Beginning
    in the late 1960s, Allman used an empty glass Coricidin medicine
    bottle, which he wore over his ring finger, as a slide; this was later
    picked up by other slide guitarists such as Bonnie Raitt, Rory
    Gallagher, and Gary Rossington of Lynyrd Skynyrd. Such bottles
    eventually went out of production in the early 1980s, although replicas
    have been produced since 1985).
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Greatest Hits Volume III album
    Billy Joel
    1997's "To Make You Feel My Love" and "Hey Girl" both charted from Joel's Greatest Hits Volume III album. .
    On
    December 31, 1999, Joel performed at New York's Madison Square Garden,
    which at the time was considered to be Joel's last solo concert. The
    concert (dubbed The Night of the 2000 Years) ran for close to four
    hours and was later released as 2000 Years: The Millennium Concert. 1997's "To Make You Feel My Love" and "Hey Girl" both charted from Joel's Greatest Hits Volume III album. In
    2001, Joel released Fantasies & Delusions, a collection of
    classical piano pieces. All were composed by Joel and performed by
    Richard Joo.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Greatest Hits album
    Freddie Mercury
    Mercury wrote ten out of the seventeen songs on Queen's Greatest Hits album: "Bohemian Rhapsody", "Seven Seas of Rhye", "Killer Queen", "Somebody to Love", "Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy", "We Are the Champions", "Bicycle Race", "Don't Stop Me Now", "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" and "Play the Game". .
    Mercury wrote ten out of the seventeen songs on Queen's Greatest Hits album: "Bohemian Rhapsody", "Seven Seas of Rhye", "Killer Queen", "Somebody to Love", "Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy", "We Are the Champions", "Bicycle Race", "Don't Stop Me Now", "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" and "Play the Game". The
    most notable aspect of his songwriting involved the wide range of
    genres that he used, which included, among other styles, rockabilly,
    progressive rock, heavy metal and disco. As he explained in a 1986
    interview, "I hate doing the same thing again and again and again.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Contemporary album
    Jean Michel Jarre
    While Jarre's contemporary albums found themselves drawn to the pulsing rhythms of the dancefloor, Geometry of Love had its spiritual home in the chill-out room at the back, with lush, sprawling, sublime works washing over the listener. .
    It
    is also rumoured to have been something of a 'quick and dirty'
    contractual obligation album for Jarre to end his contractual terms
    with Francis Dreyfus. In 2003, Jarre released the album Geometry of
    Love for the dance club VIP Lounge, in Paris. While Jarre's contemporary albums found themselves drawn to the pulsing rhythms of the dancefloor, Geometry of Love had its spiritual home in the chill-out room at the back, with lush, sprawling, sublime works washing over the listener. During
    this post-2000 period he also composed a mini album of work called
    Interior Music to be used as a demonstration piece by the Bang and
    Olufsen company. The work contains two parts, known as 'bonjour-hello'
    and 'whispers of life', which is essentially the first piece without
    vocals.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Subsequent album
    Dannii Minogue
    In 2001, Minogue further returned to musical success with the release of her biggest worldwide hit to date, "Who Do You Love Now?", while her subsequent album, Neon Nights, became the most successful of her career. .
    Minogue
    achieved early success with hits such as "Love and Kisses" and "This is
    It", though by the release of her second album, her popularity as a
    singer had declined, leading her to concentrate on other fields such as
    television presenting. The late 1990s saw a brief return to music after
    Minogue reinvented herself as a dance artist with "All I Wanna Do", her
    first number one UK Club hit. In 2001, Minogue further returned to musical success with the release of her biggest worldwide hit to date, "Who Do You Love Now?", while her subsequent album, Neon Nights, became the most successful of her career. In
    the UK, she has achieved eleven consecutive number one dance singles,
    becoming the best performing artist on the UK Upfront Club Chart.
    Minogue is currently signed to All Around The World and, in 2006,
    released her second official "best of" compilation, The Hits and Beyond.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Christmas album
    The Seekers
    Judith Durham released a Christmas album For Christmas With Love
    (recorded in Hollywood, California) and later signed with A&M
    Records, releasing two albums, A Gift of Song and Climb Ev'ry Mountain.
    .
    The album spent 125 weeks in
    the charts in the UK. Following the split, the solo careers of the
    artists struggled, and lapsed into obscurity (many attribute it to
    their lack of success in the US). Judith Durham released a Christmas album For Christmas With Love
    (recorded in Hollywood, California) and later signed with A&M
    Records, releasing two albums, A Gift of Song and Climb Ev'ry Mountain.
    Keith Potger formed the successful group The New Seekers in the
    UK. Bruce Woodley would release several solo albums and focus on
    songwriting, eventuating in the unofficial national anthem "I Am
    Australian".
    Source: Wikipedia, April 2009
    David's Album
    Joan Baez
    In
    the tumultuous year of 1968, Baez traveled to Nashville, where a
    marathon recording session resulted in not one, but two albums: Any Day
    Now, a record consisting exclusively of Dylan covers (one, "
    Love Is Just A Four-Letter Word," was never recorded by Dylan and has become a Baez staple) and the country-infused David's Album
    recorded for husband David Harris, a prominent anti-Vietnam War
    protester and organizer eventually imprisoned for draft resistance.
    .
    Deciding
    to experiment after having exhausted the "folksinger with guitar"
    format, Baez turned to Peter Schickele, a classical composer, who
    provided classical orchestration for her next three albums: 1966's
    Noel, 1967's Joan and 1968's Baptism. Noel was a Christmas album of
    traditional material, while Baptism was akin to a concept album,
    featuring Baez reading and singing poems written by celebrated poets
    such as James Joyce, Federico Garcia Lorca and Walt Whitman. In the tumultuous year of 1968, Baez traveled to Nashville,
    where a marathon recording session resulted in not one, but two albums:
    Any Day Now, a record consisting exclusively of Dylan covers (one, "
    Love Is Just A Four-Letter Word," was never recorded by Dylan and has become a Baez staple) and the country-infused David's Album
    recorded for husband David Harris, a prominent anti-Vietnam War
    protester and organizer eventually imprisoned for draft resistance.
    Harris,
    a country music fan, turned Baez toward more complex country rock
    influences beginning with David's Album. She published her first
    autobiographical memoir in 1968, titled Daybreak (by Dial Press).
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Twelfth album
    Prince (musician)
    1992 saw Prince and the New Power Generation release his twelfth album untitled, bearing only an unpronounceable symbol on the cover (later copyrighted as Love Symbol #2). .
    With
    significant input from his band members, Diamonds and Pearls was
    released on October 1, 1991. Reaching #3 on the Billboard 200 Diamonds
    and Pearls saw the singles "Gett Off" chart at #21 on the Hot 100 and
    #6 on the R&B charts while "Cream" gave Prince his fifth US number
    one single. 1992 saw Prince and the New Power Generation release his twelfth album untitled, bearing only an unpronounceable symbol on the cover (later copyrighted as Love Symbol #2). O(+>
    would peak at #5 on the Billboard 200. While the label wanted "7" to be
    the first single, Prince fought to have "My Name Is Prince" as he "felt
    that the song's more hip-hoppery would appeal to the same audience"
    that had purchased the previous album.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Double album
    The Sound of Music
    Songs from the musical have been covered in popular music (for example, "My Favorite Things" on Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, a double album
    by the hip hop group OutKast and pastiched in advertising (for example,
    in TV ads for "New Skoda Fabia" (2007) and for the MasterCard credit
    card (2007).
    .
    Had the von
    Trapps hiked over the mountains, they would have in all likelihood
    ended up in Germany, near the Kehlsteinhaus, Hitler's mountain retreat
    in Berchtesgaden. Cultural references. Songs from the musical have been covered in popular music (for example, "My Favorite Things" on Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, a double album
    by the hip hop group OutKast and pastiched in advertising (for example,
    in TV ads for "New Skoda Fabia" (2007) and for the MasterCard credit
    card (2007).
    My Favorite Things is also a 1960 album by jazz musician John Coltrane, containing his interpretation of the eponymous song.
    Many television shows have featured characters singing songs or pastiches of songs from the musical.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Second Album
    The Beatles
    The Swan tracks "She Loves You" and "I'll Get You" were issued on the Capitol LP The Beatles' Second Album. .
    "Misery"
    and "There's a Place" were issued as a Capitol "Starline" reissue
    single in 1964, and reappeared on Capitol's 1980 US version of the
    Rarities compilation album.) The early Vee-Jay and Swan Beatles records
    command a high price on the record collectors' market today, and all
    have been copiously bootlegged. The Swan tracks "She Loves You" and "I'll Get You" were issued on the Capitol LP The Beatles' Second Album. Swan
    also issued the German-language version of "She Loves You", called "Sie
    Liebt Dich". This song later appeared (in stereo) on Capitol's Rarities
    album.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Studio album
    Prince (musician)
    In 1989, Prince appeared on Madonna's studio album Like a Prayer, co-writing and singing the duet "Love Song" and playing electric guitar (uncredited) on the songs Like a Prayer, Keep It Together, and "Act of Contrition". .
    The
    lead single, "Alphabet St.", peaked at #8 on the Hot 100 and #3 on the
    R&B chart, but finished with only selling 750,000 copies. Prince
    again took his post-Revolution backing band (minus the Bodyguards) on a
    three leg, 84-show Lovesexy World Tour; that although played to huge
    crowds and were well received shows, financially lost money due to the
    expensive sets and props incorporated. In 1989, Prince appeared on Madonna's studio album Like a Prayer, co-writing and singing the duet "Love Song" and playing electric guitar (uncredited) on the songs Like a Prayer, Keep It Together, and "Act of Contrition". He
    also began work on a number of musical projects, including Rave Unto
    the Joy Fantastic and early drafts of his Graffiti Bridge film, but
    both were put on hold when he was asked by Batman director Tim Burton
    to record several songs for the upcoming live-action adaptation. Prince
    went into the studio and produced an entire 9-track album that Warner
    released on June 20, 1989.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Debut album
    Grunge music
    Pearl Jam, which featured former Mother Love Bone members Jeff Ament and Stone Gossard, had released its debut album Ten in August 1991, a month before Nevermind, but album sales only picked up a year later. .
    Michael
    Azerrad asserted that Nevermind symbolized "a sea-change in rock music"
    in which the glam metal that had dominated rock music at that time fell
    out of favor in the face of music that was authentic and culturally
    relevant. Other grunge bands subsequently replicated Nirvana's success.
    Pearl Jam, which featured former Mother Love Bone members Jeff Ament and Stone Gossard, had released its debut album Ten in August 1991, a month before Nevermind, but album sales only picked up a year later. By
    the second half of 1992 Ten became a breakthrough success, being
    certified gold and reaching number two on the Billboard charts.
    Soundgarden's album Badmotorfinger and Alice in Chains' Dirt, along
    with the Temple of the Dog album collaboration featuring members of
    Pearl Jam and Soundgarden, were also among the 100 top selling albums
    of 1992.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Solo album
    Bauhaus (band)
    Both Daniel Ash and David J released solo albums during the Love and Rockets years; Peter Murphy contributed backing vocals to David J's 1992 single "Candy on the Cross."
    Love and Rockets scored a US hit four years later with "So Alive". The band broke up after seven albums in 1999. Both Daniel Ash and David J released solo albums during the Love and Rockets years; Peter Murphy contributed backing vocals to David J's 1992 single "Candy on the Cross."
    Source: Wikipedia, March 2009
    Feeling
    Related Searches:
    But you will develop stronger feelings and love for your baby every day. .
    It
    is also normal to question your feelings for your baby. A bond doesn't
    necessarily happen the moment you set eyes on your child. But you will develop stronger feelings and love for your baby every day. For
    some parents, it takes time to develop this bond, especially when the
    baby's physical demands take a great deal of time and energy. Talk to
    your doctor if you do not feel that you are bonding with your baby in
    the first week or two.
    Source: Health.com, April 2007
    The place of erotic transference and countertransference in clinical practice.
    The wish that the therapist demonstrate love for the patient and the therapists' own erotic feelings toward such patients can create misalliances as well difficult technical moments. .
    Patients
    who express intense, erotic attraction to their therapists pose special
    treatment challenges that may not respond well to the interpretative
    effects of the therapist. The wish that the therapist demonstrate love for the patient and the therapists' own erotic feelings toward such patients can create misalliances as well difficult technical moments. Furthermore,
    some patients expressing their love for their therapist may have
    physiological manifestations while others would not. At the same time,
    therapists may not experience erotic feelings toward the patients'
    expressions of love.
    Source: PubMed, September 2004
    Clinical
    holistic medicine: treatment of physical health problems without a
    known cause, exemplified by hypertension and tinnitus.
    The
    toolbox of holistic medicine makes it possible to work on everybody
    because there is always something related to the patients quality of
    life that can be improved: his
    love, his purpose of life, and the way he uses his talents, his mind, his feelings, his body, and his sexuality. .
    In
    this case, consciousness-based, holistic medicine could be an
    alternative. Using the theories and tools of holistic medicine wisely,
    the physician can often provide treatment for the patient. The
    toolbox of holistic medicine makes it possible to work on everybody
    because there is always something related to the patients quality of
    life that can be improved: his
    love, his purpose of life, and the way he uses his talents, his mind, his feelings, his body, and his sexuality. For
    treatment in holistic medicine, it really does not matter as much that
    you cannot give the patient a precise medical diagnosis, because you
    can always work on the patient with the intention of healing his or her
    whole life and existence. It is quite a paradox that many of these
    diseases can be understood on the level of the individual patient at
    the same moment that the patient is cured; many of these diseases seem
    to be clearly related to the repression of the individual character, as
    stressed already by Hippocrates.
    Source: PubMed, September 2004
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    The neurobiology of attraction.
    Love, the most typical human feeling,
    can be viewed as a dynamic process that represents the result of
    different components probably subserved by distinct neural substrates
    at different times.
    .
    In these
    last years, emotions and feelings, such as attachment, couple and
    parental bonding and even love, typical of higher mammals, neglected
    for centuries by experimental sciences, have become the topic of
    extensive neuroscientific research in order to elucidate their
    biological mechanisms. Several observations have highlighted the role
    of monoamines and of neuropeptides, in particular oxytocin, vasopressin
    and opioids, but this is only the beginning of the story. Love, the most typical human feeling,
    can be viewed as a dynamic process that represents the result of
    different components probably subserved by distinct neural substrates
    at different times.
    As such, some steps can be identified, in
    particular its beginning, which is the process of attraction, followed
    by the attachment process that, in some cases, can last forever. This
    paper will make some general speculations on the attraction process, in
    the light of the experience of the Authors.
    Source: PubMed, July 2003
    Family pediatrics: report of the Task Force on the Family.
    Their self-esteem grows from being cared for, loved, and valued and feeling that they are part of a social unit that shares values, communicates openly, and provides companionship. .
    FAMILY
    CONTEXT OF CHILD HEALTH: The power and importance of families to
    children arises out of the extended duration for which children are
    dependent on adults to meet their basic needs. Children's needs for
    which only a family can provide include social support, socialization,
    and coping and life skills. Their self-esteem grows from being cared for, loved, and valued and feeling that they are part of a social unit that shares values, communicates openly, and provides companionship. Families
    transmit and interpret values to their children and often serve as
    children's connection to the larger world, especially during the early
    years of life. Although schools provide formal education, families
    teach children how to get along in the world.
    Source: PubMed, June 2003
    3,4-Methylenedioxy analogues of amphetamine: defining the risks to humans.
    The 3,4-methylenedioxy analogues of amphetamine [MDMA ("Ecstasy", "Adam"), MDA ("Love") and MDE ("Eve")] are recreational drugs that produce feelings of euphoria and energy and a desire to socialize, which go far to explain their current popularity as "rave drugs". .
    The 3,4-methylenedioxy analogues of amphetamine [MDMA ("Ecstasy", "Adam"), MDA ("Love") and MDE ("Eve")] are recreational drugs that produce feelings of euphoria and energy and a desire to socialize, which go far to explain their current popularity as "rave drugs". In
    addition to these positive effects, the drugs are relatively
    inexpensive to purchase and have the reputation of being safe compared
    to other recreational drugs. Yet there is mounting evidence that these
    drugs do not deserve this reputation of being safe.
    Source: PubMed, March 1999
    Stronger feeling
    But you will develop stronger feelings and love for your baby every day. .
    It
    is also normal to question your feelings for your baby. A bond doesn't
    necessarily happen the moment you set eyes on your child. But you will develop stronger feelings and love for your baby every day. For
    some parents, it takes time to develop this bond, especially when the
    baby's physical demands take a great deal of time and energy. Talk to
    your doctor if you do not feel that you are bonding with your baby in
    the first week or two.
    Source: Health.com, April 2007
    God
    Related Searches:
    Argument from nonbelief
    Schellenberg argues in two steps, by first claiming that a loving god
    would enable humans to partake in a relationship with it, and then,
    assuming that belief in that god is a necessary condition for such
    relationships to occur, he infers that a
    loving god would not permit nonbelief. .
    A
    perfectly loving god would prevent reasonable nonbelief. Most serious
    criticism of the argument has been leveled against the claim that if a
    perfectly loving god exists, reasonable nonbelief does not occur. Schellenberg argues in two steps, by first claiming that a loving god
    would enable humans to partake in a relationship with it, and then,
    assuming that belief in that god is a necessary condition for such
    relationships to occur, he infers that a
    loving god would not permit nonbelief. He
    states:. He justifies this claim by arguing that our conception of
    divine love can best be formed by extrapolating the best aspects of
    love in human relations, and draws an analogy with perfect parental
    love:.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Argument from nonbelief
    Schellenberg argues in two steps, by first claiming that a loving god
    would enable humans to partake in a relationship with it, and then,
    assuming that belief in that god is a necessary condition for such
    relationships to occur, he infers that a
    loving god would not permit nonbelief. .
    A
    perfectly loving god would prevent reasonable nonbelief. Most serious
    criticism of the argument has been leveled against the claim that if a
    perfectly loving god exists, reasonable nonbelief does not occur. Schellenberg argues in two steps, by first claiming that a loving god
    would enable humans to partake in a relationship with it, and then,
    assuming that belief in that god is a necessary condition for such
    relationships to occur, he infers that a
    loving god would not permit nonbelief. He
    states:. He justifies this claim by arguing that our conception of
    divine love can best be formed by extrapolating the best aspects of
    love in human relations, and draws an analogy with perfect parental
    love:.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Salvation
    The purpose of salvation is debated (compare purpose of life), but in general most theologians agree that God devised and implemented His plan of salvation because He loves them regards human beings as His children. .
    As
    commonly conceived, God has both the will and the means to realize
    human salvation, albeit through means regarded as mysterious and
    transcendent of current human understanding. According to most
    religious beliefs, salvation is prescribed only for those judged worthy
    of everlasting life--a conditional concept with general variants
    ranging from universal salvation (i.e., near-absolute salvation) to
    quite narrow and particular concepts that tend to assert a "one true
    path [to salvation]." The purpose of salvation is debated (compare purpose of life), but in general most theologians agree that God devised and implemented His plan of salvation because He loves them regards human beings as His children. And
    because human existence on Earth is said to be "[given] to sin" (),
    salvation also has connotations that deal with the liberation of human
    beings from sin, and therefore also the inevitable suffering associated
    with the punishment of sin (i.e., "the wages of sin is death" (). The
    theological study of salvation is called soteriology: it covers the
    means by which salvation is effected or achieved, and its results.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
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    Problem of evil
    Contemporary
    Christian philosopher Peter Kreeft provides several answers to the
    problem of evil and suffering, including that a) God may use short-term
    evils for long-range goods, b)
    God created the possibility of evil, but not the evil itself, and that free will was necessary for the highest good of real love. .
    Augustine's
    position, and ultimately that of much of Christianity, was that Adam
    and Eve had the power to change nature by bringing sin into the world,
    but that the advent of sin then limited mankind's power thereafter to
    evade the consequences without divine aid. Eastern Orthodox theology
    holds that one inherits the nature of sinfulness but not Adam and Eve's
    guilt for their sin which resulted in the fall. Contemporary Christian philosopher Peter Kreeft provides
    several answers to the problem of evil and suffering, including that a)
    God may use short-term evils for long-range goods, b)
    God created the possibility of evil, but not the evil itself, and that free will was necessary for the highest good of real love. Kreeft
    says that being all-powerful doesn't mean being able to do what is
    logically contradictory, i.e., giving freedom with no potentiality for
    sin, c) God's own suffering and death on the cross brought about his
    supreme triumph over the devil, d) God uses suffering to bring about
    moral character, quoting apostle Paul in Romans 5, e) Suffering can
    bring people closer to God, and f) The ultimate "answer" to suffering
    is Jesus himself, who, more than any explanation, is our real need.
    Secular ethics.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Propitiation
    God, out of his love and justice, renders Himself favorable by his own action. .
    In
    response to this theologians have traditionally stressed that
    propitiation should not be understood as appeasing or mollifying God in
    the sense of a bribe or of it making an angry God love us, because it
    is God who--both in the Old and New Testaments--provides the
    propitiation. "I have given it to you upon the altar to make atonement
    for your souls" (Lev 17:11). God, out of his love and justice, renders Himself favorable by his own action. On
    this point proponents of penal substitution are virtually unanimous.
    John Stott writes that propitiation "does not make God gracious...
    Source: Wikipedia, January 2009
    Argument from nonbelief
    However,
    there are a few others (e.g. Brian Davies in the Thomist tradition) who
    suggest that the modern interpretation of what it means to say God
    loves man is incorrect, and so that God is able to be loving in a sense while actually willing disbelief. .
    God
    is often directly associated with love, cf agape. Theologians, such as
    N.T. Wright, suggest that our experience of love is itself a proof of
    God's existence. However, there are a few others (e.g. Brian
    Davies in the Thomist tradition) who suggest that the modern
    interpretation of what it means to say God
    loves man is incorrect, and so that God is able to be loving in a sense while actually willing disbelief. Reasonable
    nonbelief: lack of evidence. Since the second premise is the most
    controversial, we will first discuss the third: that there are
    instances of reasonable non-belief.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Loving god
    Argument from nonbelief
    Schellenberg argues in two steps, by first claiming that a loving god
    would enable humans to partake in a relationship with it, and then,
    assuming that belief in that god is a necessary condition for such
    relationships to occur, he infers that a
    loving god would not permit nonbelief. .
    A
    perfectly loving god would prevent reasonable nonbelief. Most serious
    criticism of the argument has been leveled against the claim that if a
    perfectly loving god exists, reasonable nonbelief does not occur. Schellenberg argues in two steps, by first claiming that a loving god
    would enable humans to partake in a relationship with it, and then,
    assuming that belief in that god is a necessary condition for such
    relationships to occur, he infers that a
    loving god would not permit nonbelief. He
    states:. He justifies this claim by arguing that our conception of
    divine love can best be formed by extrapolating the best aspects of
    love in human relations, and draws an analogy with perfect parental
    love:.
    Source: Wikipedia, May 2009
    Relationship
    Health care provider

    Food & Plants for love (7)

    Magical juice
    Onion
    Valentine's Veal
    Flower
    Maturing seed
     
     
    I wonder what this "Magical juice" is...



  •  Drug & Medications for hate (15)

    Android
    Valium
    Numerous trap
    Healthy fat
    Humalog

    Treatments for hate (30)

    Album
    Colbie Caillat's Bubbly
    God
    Father
    Fergie's Clumsy

    Food & Plants for hate (2)

    Tart cherry juice
    Garli
     
     
    Looks like Love and Hate have more in common than i thought, both can be treated by god :-)
     



  • I wonder how much Microsoft had to pay the IUPAC to put their name on
    the element. Before long, we'll be seeing "Adobe Nitrogen" and "Google
    Ununoctium".

    <img src="http://img4.imageshack.us/img4/3301/healthbaseisreallystupi.png" mce_src="http://img4.imageshack.us/img4/3301/healthbaseisreallystupi.png" alt="" mozilla="" radon="" ?="" align="" border="" height="125" hspace="" vspace="" width="424">

    I have no words for this one.

    Rubber hose?



  • Oh well, looks like the media was right all along.

    Luckily, there are treatments.



  • One of the complications of blindness is... blindness. Who knew?

    And one of the complications of deafness is... yep, you guessed it... deafness.



  • @codeman38 said:

    One of the complications of blindness is... blindness. Who knew?

    No problem. It can be treated with a non-profit organization, or by careful application of color.



  • Treatments for peace (56)
    + Peace Of Mind
    + War
    + Peace initiative
    ...
    Ok, yeah
    ...
    + Condom
    ...
    Right :/



  • At first I was worried, but then I remembered that this is the internet.

     



  • Complications of Netbase:

    Hosted erotic art

    Sponsoring child pornography



  •  One of the causes of bullshit is bible. That's got to be at least as offensive as the original mentioned in the article.



  •  I see it agrees with me:

     Complications of
    FreeBSD

    Found 0 Complications from 0 records. backback
     
    Oh, and
     

    Food & Plants for FreeBSD (1)

    WINE
     
    While

    Drug & Medications for FreeBSD (2)

    TFTP is an  Organic Chemical

    and Solaris patch is an Biomed Material

     



  • Gotta love the treatments for pedophile

    Especially church ordination.



  • SEEMS PRETTY ACCURATE FOR "BALTIMORE"

     

     

    Drug & Medication for Baltimore
    -Antibody
    -Heroin adulterant
    -Cocaine
    -Ethanol
    -BBL agar


    Treatments for Baltimore
    - Intramural Research Program
    - Bus
    - Generous gift
    - Legislation
    - Ordinance


    Cons of Baltimore
    - Baltimore
    - Abuse Women
    - Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
    - Abortion
    - Far greater decline



  • @Nelle said:

    its interesting that they have tons of stuff on capitalism, however they have nothing on communism ...

    This is a health-oriented site.  Clearly they are expecting Obama to bring the Communism.



  • @vt_mruhlin said:

    "Bolshevik Revolution" is listed as the number 2 cause of Democrats.  Seems pretty accurate to me.

    What's number 1?  Traumatic brain damage?



  • Sounds like they got the entry for Prison correct:

    Complications of prison

    Abuse alcohol
    Damage mental health
    Death
    Degrade health
    Destroy third group
    Drug addiction
    Exacerbate risk
    Financial burden
    Foster female sexual aggression
    High staff stress level
    Impede TB control
    Impede evaluation effort
    Kill Hoffa


  •  I just checked out the 'Complications of ASP.Net' thing again (it was a link to the site) and while I'm not surprised that it was gone, I was surprised to see a cute message about "Hi, welcome to our site, it's about health; yeah, you may see odd things from time to time in other topics". [ok]



  • Who knew? But somehow, I don't think treating it with Excel VBA will be effective.


    Causes of VBA

    Chiropractic manipulation

     

    Treatments for VBA

    Drug & Medications for VBA

    Ligand
    Eosin Y

    Treatments for VBA

    Voxel Based Analysis (Voxel based analysis method)
    Excel
    Excel VBA
    Endovascular stenting
    Microsoft VBA
     
     
    But apparently, there's nothing but good news with VBA. Take that, all you VBA haters out there!
     

    Pros of VBA

    DTI study
    Carry out repetitive operation
    Convert triangular datum
    Develop support system
    Maintain excellent autoregulation
    Study white matter
    Teach clinical nurse
     

    Cons of VBA

    (none, it seems)


  • And now it's time for philosophy class:

    Causes of life:

    FM
    Gram-positive
    HIV
    Inflammatory bowel disease
    Leishmania parasite
    Low blood sugar
    Parkinson's disease
    Placental abruption
    Postpartum psychosis
    Spinal cord injury

    Pros of life:

    Provide new insight
    Provide information
    Accomplish research
    Add end
    Annotate phylogenetic tree
    Assess burden
    Assess quality
    Avoid ventilator induced lung injury
    Determine thoracic radiotherapy strategy
    Eradicate cancer
     

    Cons of life:

    CSF leak
    Allergic inflammation
    Bad event
    Cancer
    Develop panic related symptom
    Disease relapse
    Dissatisfaction
    Enlargement
    Etiology
    Hamper use

    So one of the cons of life is cancer, but don't worry; one of the pros of life is "Eradicate cancer", presumably via "Accomplish research". Just watch out for those bad events.

    Also, "enlargement" is a bad thing? Just as well I never replied to all those emails then.



  • OK, one more: if your kids want to know where babies come from...

    Causes of baby

    Medication (medicine,drug)
    SIDS
    Brain damage
    Infection
    Second-hand smoke (secondhand smoke)
    Sepsis
    BPA
    Bupropion
    Cigarette smoke
    Domestic Violence


  • @Scarlet Manuka said:

    Causes of baby

    Medication (medicine,drug)
    SIDS
    Brain damage
     

    how is babby formed?
    how girl get pragnent?



  • The National Child Abuse Hotline provides 24-hour support for parents.
    It provides free information and advice, ranging from prevention of
    child abuse to basic information about the normal growth and
    development of children.

    Oh the humanity.

    Causes of child abuse:

    • Parent
    • Radiologist
    • Family
    • Father
    • History
    • Parental alcohol use
    • At-risk families
    • Abuse

    Indeed, we find that "Radiologists play key role in child abuse cases" says a University of Kentucky study in NewsRX. Fortunately, they can be treated with curriculum vitae, T Stat, heparinized saline, alcohol, and anticoagulant medication.



  • Great, now I'm going to be playing with this all day.  It's so addicting! 



  •  The Java one is pretty good.  Apparently the treatment for Java is cocaine, awsome.

    f

     



  • HealthBase knows how to deal with those damn nips:

     lol



  • @The Real WTF said:

    HealthBase knows how to deal with those damn nips:

     lol

     

    We already tried irradiating them and all it got us was anime.



  • My favorite, so far, involves two interpretations of how Obama came to be where he is today.  

    The first is rooted in fairly reasonable speculation regarding the American media:

     Causes of Obama:

    + Large advertising effort

    The second...  Well, I'm not quite sure how this theory came to be:

     Causes of Obama:

    + Blow



  •  Nuts... they've stopped using Wikipedia as a search source.  This will seriously put a crimp on the availible hillarity out of this application.

    Thankfully, some fun is still to be had just from searching the medical journals:

    Complications of education:

    + Childhood obesity (okay...)

    + Delayed Awareness (I see.)

    + Tourette Syndrome (What?)



  •  There's definitely still some fun to be had:

    http://healthbase.netbase.com/#college&Treatments
    http://healthbase.netbase.com/#dance%20club&Treatments
    http://healthbase.netbase.com/#hipster&Treatments



  • Well, they remembered to comment "death" out. Still have some good ones.










  • Causes of "New York":

    • cancer
    • CHF
    • PVC
    • Allergen
    • [b]Aquatic alien species[/b]
    • Congestive heart failure
    • Famotidine

    You see, it wasn't the Dutch - it were aliens all along!



  •  This one really shows just how fucked up their search/rules engine is.  A lisp is a common disorder, so what do they have as treatments for a lisp?  You guessed it: programming!

    Which kind of makes sense I guess, if you can't say it in spoken words: type it. I guess.  At least they put the correct definition.

     



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