I read in Malcolm Gladwell book that the more media focused on suicides, the suicide rates increased. Once they got bored of it, suicide rates went away. However, again he might be overreaching the argument which is the biggest argument against his book. He makes simple narratives to complex problems and they make sense.
No amount of laws is going to protect innocent. This is a fight of society as collective towards miscreants. There is no simple resolution to things. First I thought every crime had a backstory from watching so many detectives series. But that isn't true.
Making laws would not hinder the crime but rather add more innocent in the criminal system. The biggest example is prohibition era in the USA which made people who drink alcohol an enemy of the state. It only increased the crime. Same is true with Gujarat. I am not sure how China managed to successfully fight cyber crimes by banning all the sites. But are they an outlier or the feature?
Section 498a is a restitution that have made more women criminals rather than protect them. A law made to protect them is making them criminals. Women in 70s and 80s who can't even walk are sent to the Jail.
What do you feel about those laws?
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Saturday Structure: The Flying Buttress. Part of the Gothic style of architecture, which flourished from the 12th to 16th centuries, the flying buttress is function fitting as a support and form fitting as a decoration. A buttress is a structure built onto or extending from a wall to provide support. A flying buttress takes the form of an often graceful yet always load-bearing arch, called a flyer, at the top of a base buttress called a pier. The pier is a vertical structure usually located away from the wall it bolsters. Domes and wind pressure on rooves produce forces outward onto the walls that support them. A flying buttress boldly transfers the load perpendicular to its original direction and down to the ground, and with style. The arch parts are generally built on top of wood support scaffolds which are removed once the mortar connecting the stones of the arch solidifies. One advantage flying buttresses bring is they allow the walls they support to be thinner and less bulky, which not only adds to the aesthetic but allows more room for beautifully exposed stained glass windows (fig. 3) that aren't deeply set back into a thick wall. Some late Gothic area churches began to adorn the flyers with sculptures of figures and patterns (fig. 7!) to provide elaborate decoration. I hope you enjoy a look at some flying buttresses, another architectural example of form meeting function and mathematics meeting art. 🤓➕➖✖️➗
On this day, I was about to compete in a scholarship competition, the stakes were high, and I was nervous and far from home. We had a little time to kill before the competition, and just happened to find this breathtaking cathedral - the Lord reminding me that He is so present even in the unfamiliar. That throughout all change He is constant, and that when I face something big and intimidating His greatness, His Wisdom, and His plan prevail over all my weaknesses and anxieties. Happy Saturday friends 😊
St.Patrick’s cathedral, built in 1858 in a neo-gothic style, or new-gothic, a style that was brought back in reaction to industrialization where there was an explosion of machine production and factories so the gothic style of the Middle Ages was brought back as a tribute to a more picturesque era. Of all places, this is most relevant in New York City where industrialization and capitalism is on display 24/7 but to me, nothing is more beautiful than architecture like this. #newyork#neogothic#cathedrals#architecture#contrast
The Magnificent Saint Basil’s Cathedral which was built from 1555 - 1561 was originally in white while the churches themselves were built of red brick.
The Church acquired its present day Vivid Colors in several stages from 1680s to 1848. - wiki.