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How do I develop/increase intelligence of my 9 months old baby?

Question by A1OPUS: How do I develop/increase intelligence of my 9 months old baby?
I want to increase intelligence in my 9 months old baby boy. Kindly suggest me any special food, game or any other activity which will increase or develop intelligence in my 9 months old baby boy.
Please tell me also the signs of intelligence so that I can baseline him.

Best answer:

Answer by mummy to be.. baby boy
if you want him to be smart as in counting and things like that before he starts school, well i suggest that i found kids who watch dora the explorer and other kids programs on austar which have counting involved help alot with kids that come to my house when iam baby sitting. just spend time with him as much as you can, read to him, he may not be able to say alot right now but that doesnt mean he cant understand.

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Is there any difference in intelligence between different races and ethnic groups?

Question by Lover: Is there any difference in intelligence between different races and ethnic groups?
I know this is not a politically correct question, but is there any possibility different races and ethnicities have different levels of innate intelligence, with some being smarter than others, and some being less smart than others? I know very well respected scientists like James Watson (Nobel Prize winner) and Steven Pinker do believe there are differences in intelligence between various groups of people.

But what do people in here think? Is it likely there are racial differences?

Best answer:

Answer by Karl
Yes. It is fact. There are differences between all people. Genetic predispositions which go towards making us who we are. Some races are naturally better at sport, others at mathematics. This is not to say “all *insert race here* are thick”, that would just be plain racism. Up-bringing also factors in here, with those individuals who have received varied stimulation at a young age becoming more intelligent than their less stimulated counterparts.

Other factors include how exactly you define intelligence. Is it the number of things a person can remember? What type of things? Are they allowed to revise them in their own time? or is it an instant memory thing.

Dedication is another important factor in terms of doing well in any field. Without that, intelligence means very little.

EDIT: Buck is a moron

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501st Military Intelligence Brigade brings the fighting spirit of the “Red Dragons” to Humphreys
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On Sept. 19 the athleticism, winning spirit, and teamwork of the 501st Military Intelligence Brigade, “Red Dragons”, were put to the test as they held their annual Organizational Day. The Soldiers of the 501st Military Intelligence Brigade are stationed all over the Korean Peninsula from the “Z to the Sea”, but gathered together at Zoeckler Station to see who among the “Red Dragons” were champions. Col. Raul Escribano kicked off the day by energizing the troops and their families by expressing unit cohesion, camaraderie, and esprit de corps. In total, over 1,000 “Red Dragon” Soldiers, KATUSAs, Unit 1998th (ROK Army), and their families were brought together for the 2009 501st Military Intelligence Brigade Organizational Day.

The four 501st MI BDE unit teams consisted of the HHC, 501st MI BDE and 524th MI BN pairing together, and the 527th, 524th, and 3rd Military Intelligence Battalions respectively. Each team contributed their top contender(s) to participate in the seven sport events: 5K run, soccer, basketball, flag football, beach volleyball, 4X300 relay, and tug-of-war.
The Families of the 501st MI BDE enjoyed a fun filled day of face painting, egg toss and the water balloon toss. All the children left with painted faces, a little wet and sticky from the balloon and egg toss, but smiling from ear to ear as they clutched their candy filled goody bag.

The day concluded with closing remarks from Col. Raul Escribano and Command Sgt. Maj. John Plaster and the trophies and streamers presentation to those teams placing 1st and 2nd for each event. The HHC, 501st MI BDE and 524th MI BN combined Team earned the bragging rights as the overall champions of the 2009 “Red Dragon” Organization Day. 532nd MI BN can in 2nd Place and 3rd Place was presented to the 527th MI BN.

The 501st Military Intelligence Brigade conducts 24/7 operations in support of warfighters. It’s not often that this Brigade that is spread all over the Korean Peninsula has an opportunity to set away from the work place and energize themselves with the winning spirit of the “Red Dragons”!

U.S. Army photos by Sgt. Shawn Cassatt

For more information on U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys and living and working in Korea visit: USAG-Humphreys’ official web site or check out our online videos.

501st Military Intelligence Brigade brings the fighting spirit of the “Red Dragons” to Humphreys
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Image by USAG-Humphreys
On Sept. 19 the athleticism, winning spirit, and teamwork of the 501st Military Intelligence Brigade, “Red Dragons”, were put to the test as they held their annual Organizational Day. The Soldiers of the 501st Military Intelligence Brigade are stationed all over the Korean Peninsula from the “Z to the Sea”, but gathered together at Zoeckler Station to see who among the “Red Dragons” were champions. Col. Raul Escribano kicked off the day by energizing the troops and their families by expressing unit cohesion, camaraderie, and esprit de corps. In total, over 1,000 “Red Dragon” Soldiers, KATUSAs, Unit 1998th (ROK Army), and their families were brought together for the 2009 501st Military Intelligence Brigade Organizational Day.

The four 501st MI BDE unit teams consisted of the HHC, 501st MI BDE and 524th MI BN pairing together, and the 527th, 524th, and 3rd Military Intelligence Battalions respectively. Each team contributed their top contender(s) to participate in the seven sport events: 5K run, soccer, basketball, flag football, beach volleyball, 4X300 relay, and tug-of-war.
The Families of the 501st MI BDE enjoyed a fun filled day of face painting, egg toss and the water balloon toss. All the children left with painted faces, a little wet and sticky from the balloon and egg toss, but smiling from ear to ear as they clutched their candy filled goody bag.

The day concluded with closing remarks from Col. Raul Escribano and Command Sgt. Maj. John Plaster and the trophies and streamers presentation to those teams placing 1st and 2nd for each event. The HHC, 501st MI BDE and 524th MI BN combined Team earned the bragging rights as the overall champions of the 2009 “Red Dragon” Organization Day. 532nd MI BN can in 2nd Place and 3rd Place was presented to the 527th MI BN.

The 501st Military Intelligence Brigade conducts 24/7 operations in support of warfighters. It’s not often that this Brigade that is spread all over the Korean Peninsula has an opportunity to set away from the work place and energize themselves with the winning spirit of the “Red Dragons”!

U.S. Army photos by Sgt. Shawn Cassatt

For more information on U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys and living and working in Korea visit: USAG-Humphreys’ official web site or check out our online videos.

501st Military Intelligence Brigade brings the fighting spirit of the “Red Dragons” to Humphreys
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Image by USAG-Humphreys
On Sept. 19 the athleticism, winning spirit, and teamwork of the 501st Military Intelligence Brigade, “Red Dragons”, were put to the test as they held their annual Organizational Day. The Soldiers of the 501st Military Intelligence Brigade are stationed all over the Korean Peninsula from the “Z to the Sea”, but gathered together at Zoeckler Station to see who among the “Red Dragons” were champions. Col. Raul Escribano kicked off the day by energizing the troops and their families by expressing unit cohesion, camaraderie, and esprit de corps. In total, over 1,000 “Red Dragon” Soldiers, KATUSAs, Unit 1998th (ROK Army), and their families were brought together for the 2009 501st Military Intelligence Brigade Organizational Day.

The four 501st MI BDE unit teams consisted of the HHC, 501st MI BDE and 524th MI BN pairing together, and the 527th, 524th, and 3rd Military Intelligence Battalions respectively. Each team contributed their top contender(s) to participate in the seven sport events: 5K run, soccer, basketball, flag football, beach volleyball, 4X300 relay, and tug-of-war.
The Families of the 501st MI BDE enjoyed a fun filled day of face painting, egg toss and the water balloon toss. All the children left with painted faces, a little wet and sticky from the balloon and egg toss, but smiling from ear to ear as they clutched their candy filled goody bag.

The day concluded with closing remarks from Col. Raul Escribano and Command Sgt. Maj. John Plaster and the trophies and streamers presentation to those teams placing 1st and 2nd for each event. The HHC, 501st MI BDE and 524th MI BN combined Team earned the bragging rights as the overall champions of the 2009 “Red Dragon” Organization Day. 532nd MI BN can in 2nd Place and 3rd Place was presented to the 527th MI BN.

The 501st Military Intelligence Brigade conducts 24/7 operations in support of warfighters. It’s not often that this Brigade that is spread all over the Korean Peninsula has an opportunity to set away from the work place and energize themselves with the winning spirit of the “Red Dragons”!

U.S. Army photos by Sgt. Shawn Cassatt

For more information on U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys and living and working in Korea visit: USAG-Humphreys’ official web site or check out our online videos.

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Follow on Twitter: twitter.com Follow on Facebook: www.facebook.com How different will the US look in the next four years? The voting is over and President Obama has won a second term. Through the rallies and conventions, social media, biting political satire, and billions of dollars of television commercials, the debate on the role of the federal government became increasingly polarised–the US has not been this divided since perhaps the civil war. Some argue that the real question is not the size of the government, or even its role, but rather whose side the government is on. Has it been bought and sold by the one per cent, or is there still room for the 99 per cent? Or even the 47 per cent? Interviewees: Kwame Anthony Appiah, a Princeton professor and author of Honor Code: How Moral Revolutions Happen; and Thomas Frank, the author of What’s the Matter with Kansas and Pity the Billionaire: The Unlikely Comeback of the American Right. Guests: Cynthia McKinney, former presidential candidate for the Green Party and first African-American woman to represent the state of Georgia in the US House of Representatives; Charles Kupchan, senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and former member of President Clinton’s National Security Council; Ellen Laipson, president of the Stimson Center, former vice chair of the National Intelligence Council and former member of President Obama’s Intelligence Advisory Board; Helle Dale, senior fellow in Public Diplomacy at the Heritage

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