Monday, May 30, 2011

Next Prime Minister of Pakistan, “Imran Khan”

Who is Imran Khan and Why We Love Him?

We don’t love him because he is an super star of our Pakistani Cricket but we love him as human being who take pain for poor people of Pakistan and a dreamer of Peaceful, prosperous, just and developed Pakistan.

Please watch this video below to know more about Imran Khan

In recent years the way he is emerging as a Global Leader for mankind, the whole Pakistan is wishing that, “Imran Khan as next Prime Minister of Pakistan”

Perhaps President Obama Should Raid Israel and Kick Out Netanyahu | Socyberty

Absolute peace in the Middle East will only be possible if a separate and free Palestine is carved out of the current dual state. The stumbling block to this initiative is not the ordinary Israeli as many would think but a myopic leadership led by the same old Benjamin Netanyahu. Should NATO invade Tel Aviv like they did Libya and kick him out?

The United States has been an obstacle to peace in the Middle East
There is only one stumbling block to peace in the Middle East and it isn’t Israel or its leadership, it’s the United States which has been the real obstacle not only in the Arab world but elsewhere on the planet. Israel owes its existence to the United States and other western powers and only these powers have ensured that it survives the onslaught leveled against it by Arab countries, some of which haven’t recognized the holy land’s very existence.
Middle East problem requires a political solution that must include a free Palestine

Friday, May 27, 2011

What is The Benefit For an Article Writer Using Article Publishing Sites?

I am just curious about those article writers all over the world. They have such wonderful talent that if they decided to get residual income instead of upfront payment, they can create a Blog and monetize with adsense and get 100% money from it for their efforts. But instead many people join sites like Bukisa, Hubpages, Triond and many such article bases and share half of their revenue to those sites. Why do they do that?. Is it that they assume these article bases can give their articles more visitors and thus they need not promote them like a blog?

I started an discussion with my friends on mylot and got so many different opinions and found some very interesting facts which I wanted to share with you.

The benefit is that these sites are generally well and regularly crawled by the search engines and also have many regular visitors. You are far more likely to get an article seen by publishing on these sites than you are by publishing it in some obscure little blog. Since 'being seen' (in order to earn more from the advertising published alongside) is one of the reasons for publishing in the first place, that is just one of the benefits that Bukisa, Triond and Hub pages are prepared to share with you.

Before Bukisa, Triond and others decided to use Google Adsense as their advertising provider, they used to do all the complex calculation of who earned what themselves. They also spent a great deal of money on distributing the earnings. When Google offered to do nearly all of this work for them, it was obviously to their advantage to change the way they shared the revenue and so it became necessary for these sites to know our Adsense IDs in order to be able to display ads from the appropriate account.

You do not, I hope, complain that MyLot chooses to share only a proportion of their income with the members. The principle is exactly the same. It is simply that Bukisa, Triond, Hub Pages and a number of other sites have reduced their expenses significantly by allowing Google (and other ad providers) to do the calculation and payments for them. What proportion of the revenue they choose to share is up to them (some, for example, allow 60% of the revenue to go to their members) and is part of the Terms of Service of the site.

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Thursday, May 26, 2011

Here is The First Man to be Cured of HIV- Aids | Scienceray

Timothy Ray Brown, 45, from San Francisco Bay Area, is in the news – as the first man cured of HIV- AIDS. “I think so,” he calmly tells his interviewers who ask if he actually is cured.

Brown has been facing cameras, gun mikes and diagnostic kits ever since the publication of a research paper on his unique case in the journal Blood in December 2010.
The researchers led by Kristina Allers and Gero Hutter at Charite University Medicine Berlin documented what can be dubbed as a miracle.
The successful reconstitution of a set of white blood cells that the HIV eats up in Brown’s body is a “very rare” occurrence, they noted.
Brown, who was tested HIV back in 1995 in Germany, was later diagnosed with another disease — leukaemia or blood cancer that involves an abnormal increase in white blood cell.
He was treated with bone marrow stem cell transplant — a cure for blood cancer. The stem cells came from a donor with a rare gene mutation that involves immunity to HIV — again a rare occurrence.
The mechanism involved special white blood cells called CD4+ helper T cells. When a dangerous material like a bacterium or a virus is detected in the body, immune cells immediately stimulate these special cells.

The helper T cells further activate and direct other immune cells to fight the disease. HIV specifically attacks helper T cells, making the body unable to launch a counter offensive against invaders.
Hence, AIDS patients suffer from other lethal infections. The researchers in Berlin showed that after stem cell therapy Brown’s body had reconstitution of CD4+ T cells at a systemic level and specifically in his gut mucosal immune system.

“While the patient remains without any sign of HIV infection,” they wrote. Brown has quit taking his HIV medication. The secret is that if the white cells could be manipulated to a state in which they are no longer infected or infectable by HIV that would mean a functional cure.

Researchers, however, have warned that though the study offers promise, it is not a surefire cure from the dreaded disease — transplants are risky, and this involved a very rare transplant. Brown is a rather lucky man. He said in a recent interview that appeared in the San Francisco media about his cure: “It makes me very happy — very, very happy.”

Who Will Win Uefa Champions League Final of 2011? | Sportales

The legendary Wembley Stadium is going to be witnessed the biggest match of this year between two best teams of the world Barcelona and Manchester United.

FC Barcelona is eager to bring home the most precious UEFA Champions trophy in club football second time in three years, and third in five after beating their arch-rivals Real Madrid.

The Red Devils Manchester United who already won the English Premier league crown are looking for revenge of 2009 when they lost to FC Barcelona two years back. Man United is looking to lift second cup of 2011 to cement their place amongst the greatest sides of all time.

Both teams are full of talented players and will start most of the same men that faced two years ago. Manchester United will miss the absence of Cristiano Ronaldo, their best player in 2009 who was key factor of that match and created trouble for FC Barcelona in the Rome.

Both clubs have continued to practice open, attacking football over the past two years. Manchester’s style is more physical, vertical, and direct, while Barcelona’s “tiki-taka” is still their modus operandi. By adhering to these philosophies and maintaining a core of players, both sides have dominated their domestic leagues since 2009, and earned another crack at European supremacy.

Now the major question is arrived, “Who will win UEFA champions league Final of 2011?”

I am a biggest fan of Manchester United Football Club so I will go with them. Who is your winner? Will you share with us please?

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Higher Risk of Asthma in Children-screen Watching | Healthmad

Too much of television and computer can cause asthma in children.

There are many reasons to be concerned of your child’s health, sitting for long hours in front of the television or computer screen, is not a good idea.

Television contributes to asthma in children, but how?

Those children who asthmatic can get worse, sitting and watching the screen may sound weird when you think of it, but, the sedentary, screen time, that catches all phrase for using and electric media, can be a hazard to your child’s health, not only for their brains Children who watch more television have a great chance of obesity, and this is associated with asthma.

The overweight adds to the problem of asthma, by the lungs being compressed it reduces a certain amount of air they can hold, and if the air ways are narrowed from the inflammation of asthma then it will be harder to hold.

Obesity often leads to a level in the body of developing asthma.

Children who don’t have asthma are at a risk, and if they don’t get enough exercises they are more likely to get asthma. From the age of eight to eighteen televisions and computers or video games are part of their lives, even cell phones have become an in thing with children.

Even children who don’t have asthma are at risk. By ot getting enough aerobic exercises could adversely affect their developing lungs, making them more susceptible to the disease.

TV and games

Sometimes parents of children ith asthma can be misguidedly encourage more time for television and computers, thinking it will slow down the symptoms but this actually flares the symptoms of asthma.

Rather draw or do some other activity instead of screen activity.

TV-watching means more snacking.

Eating snacks in front of the screen increases your chance by five times more for the asthma to flare up, than those who didn’t have snacks. Practice healthy eating and habits to your children.

Small screens can distract from therapeutic family time.

Most families communicate with their children in a certain way, if here are positive thoughts in a conversation the symptoms of asthma dies off, and if there are other fun interests in the family the asthma is rare, and treatment has a good effect.

If there is a family with issues, and no communication and talking on the telephone while the television is on with a loud and noisy home, most of the benefits are lost.

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Geothermal Energy to Produce Electricity in New Zeland | Scienceray

In our day to day life the use of electric power is increasing day by day. As the need of electric power is increasing we are lacking to get the sufficient power.It’s a good news to nations that we can get the electricty form hot geothermal fluids.

In Newzeland the conventional geothermal energy derived form boreholes upto 3km deeep, tapping fluids upto 300 degrees celcius. This geothermal energy currentley providing about 13 percent of New Zelan’s total electricity from an installed capacity of about 730 mega watts.

They are hoping to get more electricity by drilling a geothermal for 4 km or more deep. Researchers and Scients from the state – run geothermal and nuclear nuclear science institute, GSN Science are hoping to get more electricty from geothermal fluids to meet the entire country’s demand. They conservativleyestimate that deep geothermal resources could provide 10,000 megawatts for over 100 years for newzeland.

They are saying that they are not satisfied with the tapping of fluids upto 400 degrees celcius. To handle this and to move forward they would need ground breaking sciences and innovation sciences.

Hope fully if they get success in producing more current , we canget some other alternative to over come the scarsity of elctricity .

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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Osama bin Laden was dead and his body was kept frozen at Tarbela

We need to look at the facts, use common sense and everything becomes crystal clear. For example, to prove that Osama bin Laden was killed at the compound in Abbottabad, the easiest way is to take the DNA test of the blood on the floor of the compound.
What we all should know
In August 2010 after Pakistani authorities shared intelligence with US about the compound in Abbottabad. US after its own intelligence gathering ascertains that the compound is occupied by Osama’s children. Compound surveillance continues through the next year in anticipation of capturing Osama bin Laden. In January 2011 the young CIA contractor who is give the charge of Pakistan Station Chief works “extra hard” to gather clandestine information related to ISI and Al Qaeda relationship. The contractor, now infamous as Raymond Davis the “American Rambo” receives a call from one of his assets, early morning on January 27 about a high value target. But the asset refuses to lay out details on phone or to leave the Lahore city, where he had gone underground. Raymond Davis hires a rent a car and drives to Lahore, while his security detail follows him in a bullet proof Land Cruiser. Raymond Davis is able to loose his Islamabad’s ISI “detail” by leaving in unmarked rent a car. The ISI agents falling for his trap follow the embassy’s Land Cruiser. Raymond Davis arrives at Lahore one hour earlier than his detail and meets with the asset. The asset gives him some pictures of an intelligence building at Tarbela and recording of a phone call. Listening the phone call Raymond Davis realizes the gold mine he had struck and immediately calls his security detail which had also reached Lahore, knowing if ISI reaches him first, he would not leave Lahore alive.
Next hour when the security car catches up with Raymond Davis, the ISI bosses realizes that Raymond Davis had give them a slip earlier in the morning and in the couple of hours he had in Lahore, he might have got some important information. Resultantly, they put two contractors on his tail. Raymond Davis seeing a tail fears the worse and shoots them both in the back, at a traffic stop, without logically realizing that there was no way ISI could have know what he was holding. His security detail which was close behind rushed to his “rescue” however, by the police had chased and arrested him, while the security Land Cruiser running over pedestrians escapes towards US embassy compound in Islamabad. ISI officers quickly reach the scene and confiscating the memory sticks realize Raymond Davis has unearthed a deep secret which even their immediate bosses didn’t know about. The sensitivity of information rattles the entire echelons of the ISI and even its own officers are sent under house arrest while the relevant cell steps forward. At that time even some of the top intelligence officers of the secretive ISI outside the relevant cell did not know that Osama bin Laden had died and his body was kept frozen at Tarbela. Young Raymond Davis had unearthed the biggest secret of the century, somehow. But now the Pandora’s Box had been opened. Pak top brass knew it had only a few days or weeks at best to capitalize Raymond Davis’ arrest before US get the intel. In the next six weeks Pakistan plugs all leaks related to Osama’s death and makes sure that maximum gains are made for Raymond’s release. However, when Raymod Davis is released on March 16, his debriefing results in a tsunami of US policy, personal agendas and fuelling of political rivalries. Everyone in the US chain of command now wanted to use the information to further personal goals from General Petreaus to President Obama. On March 17, knowing that Pakistan had lost its trunk card General Pervaiz Kayani releases a press statement in which he critically criticize drone attacks, first from him. From then on Pak Military raised its stance against drone attacks, fearing that US now might target its nuclear assets. While in USA politics was at its full swing. General Petreaus wanted to get the buckle for Osama bin Laden’s death on his belt for his future political ambitions, while President Obama wanted the credit to help is sliding popularity. While the tussle continued, the other issue still pending was how to confirm Osama’s death. In the next one month, nearly every week a top US official visited Pakistan, everyone meeting with General Kayani trying to convince him to hand over Osama’s body. While the stance from Pakistan remained, “Osama, Who?” It was a first in the history that so many US top officials had visited and met with a military chief of a foreign country in such a short time. Seeing nothing getting through the top military brass of Pakistan, US started a political and media campaign on the sides to put extra pressure on Pak Military.
Politics within Obama Administration was also at its full swing. Petraeus was pulling all the strings to take the credit, while trying to lay out a plan to get Osama bin Laden’s body out of Pakistan. President Obama on the other hand in one smooth move decided to “promote” Petraeus to the head of the CIA. The news got out in the first week of April that Petraeus was being transferred to the CIA. While at the main front, Obama continued to pressurize General Kayani and General Pasha and one April 5, Obama Administration submitted a report to the Congress that Pakistan government had no clear strategy to triumph over militants. Alongside the report the media campaign against Pak Military and the ISIcontinued.
The second week of April began with a bang for top Pak Military brass. On April 7, Bruce Riedel, former CIA officer and White House advisor wrote a report arguing that Pakistan’s nuclear weapons are not only a deterrent to India but also to USA. The obvious had now become clear that Obama Administration has indirectly sent a clear threat to Pakistan’s nuclear assets. The timing of the report was perfect with Centcom Chief Gen James Mattis meeting with General Kayani next day. In the meeting General Mattis asked about Pakistan’s cooperation in capturing Osama bin Laden. This was ironically one of typical Hollywood thriller scene. Pakistan knew that US knew that Pakistan knows that US knows that Osama is dead. But Pakistan continued the naive game of “Osama Who?” while US continued to play the game that “Osama must be captured”. General Mattis leaves with veiled threats and stresses that Pakistan must do more to against the Al Qaeda and Taliban, or indirectly saying that Osama bin Laden must be handed over.
For the ten days US waits and sees how Pakistan responds to the threats, but Pakistan acts by burying its head in the sand – see no evil, hear no evil. Obama Administratio ups the ante and on April 18 on Pakistan’s Geo TV, Adm. Michael Mullen said Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence “has a longstanding relationship with the Haqqani Network. That doesn’t mean everybody in the ISI, but it’s there.” Again, international media had its field day against Pakistan’s ISI and its links with Taliban and the ISI. After putting pressure on General Kayani, Adm. Mike Mullen meets with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Khalid Shameem Wynne and General Kayani on April 20. Admiral Mullen again demands indirectly that Pakistan needs to help USA in locating Osama bin Laden. Pakistan’s response was again, “Osama, Who?” Admiral Mullen however, left with another threat that if they came to know about Osama bin Laden’s location they would go ahead and take unilateral action. This is the same message which President Obama repeated in his announcement of Osama bin Laden’s death, when he said, “We will take actions in Pakistan, if we knew where he was.”
In response to continued threats from USA Pakistan starts taking back its air bases from US in an attempt to avoid launching of any operation from its own soil. As a result on April 22 the news appears that Pakistan had taken back Shamsi Airbase back from CIA, US forces. While Obama Administration was pilling pressure on Pakistan, General Petraeus visited Pakistan on April 26 and met with General Kayani openly asking him to hand over Osama bin Laden, otherwise get ready to face the consequences. Same day Washington also critically attacked Pakistan Army’s counter-terrorism efforts. General Petraeus left with a clear message that unless Pakistan hands over Osama, US forces would be forces to take action over Pakistani soil. Pakistani Military knowing that US knew that Osama bin Laden was dead couldn’t understand Obama Administration’s continued stance on capturing Osama bin Laden. General Petraeus left with the ultimatum that either Pakistan handed over Osama or US would get him.
Same day meeting of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (JCSC) is held at Rawalpindi, one week ahead of schedule at the Joint Staff Headquarters. The top brass discusses the Osama issue and decision is reached to work out the Obama’s strategy leading to continuous threats for capturing Osama bin Laden alive, even after knowing that he was dead. While in Pakistan intelligence community starts using all of its sources to reach to the bottom of US’ demand of capturing Osama bin Laden. On April 28 President Obama signs General Petraeus’ transfer to CIA and next day signs the orders to attack the Abbottabad compounds. Thus Osama bin Laden’s credit is assured to President Obama.
On 29 April after President Obama signed the orders to “bring back” Osama bin Laden, Pakistani security agencies get a report that another order had been signed which had authorized US forces to neutralize Pakistan’s nuclear assets, if needed. The report was nothing short of seeing a death angel for the top Pak Military brass.
Seeing the imminent threat, General Kayani tried his last shot when on 30 April 2011 he clearly stated in his Youm-e-Shuhada address: “Pakistan is a peace-loving country and wants friendly relations with other countries and our every step should move towards prosperity of the people. But we will not compromise our dignity and honour for it”. However, it didn’t stop what was about to come 24 hours later.
As night fell on Sunday, 1 May four choppers from a US Afghan base at a low altitude towards its destination in Abbottabad, to the same compound where Osama’s children were in the hiding. Without any detection courtesy of their latest stealth technology and Pakistan’s outdated technology the choppers continued over the Pakistani territory. Ironically, ten years ago a Pak Air force air commodore had raised concern about the outdated radar technology citing that US or worse India could fly helicopters into the country and take out nuclear installations and in reply he was shown the boot while no upgrades to the systems were made.
Anyway, the four choppers made it to the compound in Abbottabad. It is then that Pak Army was notified that they have a choice. Either face an entire barrage of US choppers attacking Pak nuclear assets or hand over Osama’s body. In the meanwhile the small gun battle at the Abbottabad compound continued and to give the drama some authenticity the US forces torched one of their own choppers.  Pressed for time a Pakistani helicopter flew from Tarbela carrying dead body of Osama bin Laden which was stored in a cold storage there. While at Abbottabad Pak Army soldiers encircle the entire area around the compound within five minutes of the start of fire fight. The fire fight continued for 35 more minutes, waiting for the Pakistani helicopter. Once the Pakistani helicopter reached the compound the three US choppers and the Pakistani helicopter flew towards the Afghan border, this time without the need to fly below the radar detection altitude.
Next day, the world woke up to the news that Osama bin Laden was dead and President Obama had delivered wheat President Bush and Dick Cheney couldn’t. But the Pak Military brass did not wake up, because they never slept the night before. Last night they had woken to the realization that US could fly under the radar and take out Pakistan’s nuclear assets. The problem here is that US has the complete inventory of Pakistan’s nuclear assets along with exact locations. It would be a matter of minutes in a country wide operation to dismantle Pakistan’s nuclear assets.
Will be updated soon…

Monday, May 23, 2011

How to Avoid Possible Clash with Your New Boss | Socyberty

How to Avoid Possible Clash with Your New Boss | Socyberty

Pakistani troops retake naval base from militants

Pakistani rangers and rescue workers gather at the main gate of a naval aviation base following an attack by militants, in Karachi, Pakistan, Sunday, May 22, 2011. Militants attacked a naval aviation base in the southern Pakistani city of Karachi late Sunday, rocking the base with explosions and battling commandos sent in to subdue the attackers, security officials said. (AP Photo/Shakil Adil)
KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) - Pakistani commandos regained control of a naval base Monday from a team of Taliban militants who attacked then occupied the high-security facility for 18 hours - an exceptionally audacious act of insurgent violence that dealt a humiliating blow to the military.

The attackers - thought to number around six - destroyed at least two U.S.-supplied surveillance planes and killed 10 security officers, officials said. At least four of the attackers were killed, and two others may have escaped, said Pakistan Navy chief Nauman Bashir.

The Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for the assault in the city of Karachi. The militants said it was revenge for the May 2 American raid that killed al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden, and the insurgents were under orders to fight until the death.

"They do not want to come out alive, they have gone there to embrace martyrdom," said spokesman Ahsanullah Ahsan.

The insurgent team armed with grenades, rockets and automatic weapons stormed Naval Station Mehran under cover of darkness late Sunday, using ladders and cutting the wire to get into the facility, Interior Minister Rehman Malik said.

Once inside, they scattered around the compound, setting off explosions and hiding in the sprawling facility.

During the day Monday, the militants were holed up in an office building in a gunbattle with commandos, navy spokesman Irfan ul Haq said. Navy helicopters flew over the base, and snipers were seen on a runway control tower.

By the afternoon, Haq said the militants had been defeated. "Thanks be to God, the base is cleared and the operation is over," he said. Commandos leaving the complex flashed victory signs to reporters.

Malik said he saw some of the bodies of the attackers, even showing a picture of one lying bloodied on the grass that he took with his cell phone. He said the were dressed in black and looked "like the Star Wars characters."

Six Americans and 11 Chinese aviation engineers were on the base but escaped unharmed, he said.

The insurgents' ability to penetrate the facility rattled a military establishment already embarrassed by the unilateral American raid on bin Laden and raised the possibility they had inside help.

It will also likely lead to more questions over the safety of Pakistan's nuclear weapons. In 2009, Islamist terrorists stormed army headquarters close to the capital, holding hostages for 22 hours. But unlike the attack Sunday in Karachi, the attackers then failed to deeply penetrate the complex.

The unilateral U.S. raid on bin Laden's compound in the northwest Pakistani garrison city of Abbottabad has triggered a strong backlash against Washington, as well as rare domestic criticism of the armed forces for failing to detect or prevent the American operation. Pakistani leaders insist they had no idea the al-Qaida boss had been hiding in Abbottabad.

This is the third major attack the group has claimed since the bin Laden killing. The others were a car bombing that slightly injured American consulate workers in the northwest city of Peshawar and a twin suicide attack that killed around 90 Pakistani paramilitary police recruits.

At least two P-3C Orions, maritime surveillance aircraft given to Pakistan by the U.S., were destroyed, he said. The U.S. Navy puts the cost of the planes at $36 million each.

The United States handed over two Orions to the Pakistani navy at a ceremony at the base in June 2010 attended by 250 Pakistani and American officials, according to the website of the U.S. Central Command. It said by late 2012, Pakistan would have eight of the planes.

U.S. Embassy spokesman Alberto Rodriguez said the Americans were working as contractors to help support the P-3C aircraft but did not report to the U.S. Embassy or Consulate. Four of them were part of a Lockheed Martin contract engineering and technical support team, he said.

Karachi, a city of around 18 million people, has not been spared the violence sweeping the country, despite being in the south and far from the northwest where militancy is at its strongest. In April, militants bombed three buses taking navy employees to work, killing at least nine people.

The Pakistani Taliban and other militant groups have little direct public support, but the army and the government have struggled to convince the people of the need for armed operations against them. The militants' identification with Islam, strong anti-American rhetoric and support for insurgents in Afghanistan resonates with some in the country.

Also Monday, Pakistani intelligence officials said a pair of suspected U.S. missiles hit a vehicle and killed four people near the Afghan border. It was the latest in an uptick of strikes following the bin Laden raid.

The attack occurred in Machi Khel area in North Waziristan, a tribal region home to several militant groups attacking U.S. forces in Afghanistan. The U.S. relies heavily on missile strikes to target foes in Pakistan. Pakistan objects to the attacks publicly, but is believed to support them in private.

The two officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to talk to reporters. They said they did not know the identities of the people killed.


Sunday, May 22, 2011

Pain Relief Strategy: Cross Your Arms? | Healthmad

Crossing your arms may confuse the brain and help fight pain, according to a new study.
Crossing your arms may confuse the brain and help fight pain, according to a new study.
The study suggests crossing arms at the wrists mixes up the brain’s perception of pain signals sent from the hands to the brain and reduces the intensity of pain.
Researchers say the findings may lead to new therapies to treat painful conditions by manipulating the brain’s perception of the body.
“Perhaps when we get hurt, we should not only “rub it better” but also cross our arms,” says researcher Giandomenico Iannetti, MD, of University College London, in a news release.

Conflicting Information From the Brain

In the study, published in Pain, researchers used a laser to deliver a pin-prick-like pain sensation to the hands of eight adult volunteers in two different positions. The first time, the participants had their hands at their sides and the second time they crossed their arms over the center of their bodies.
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