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Word of the Day, June 14, 2016

June 14, 2016

Word of the Day


Definition: (adjective) Causing debilitation.
Synonyms: debilitative, enfeebling, weakening
Usage: The air of the place, so fresh in the spring and early summer, was stagnant and enervating now.

Idiom of the Day

affable personality

A personality that is friendly, approachable, sociable, amicable, and/or likeable. More...

Article of the Day

The Swiss Cheese Model of Accident Causation

When negative circumstances align, accidents happen—that's what British psychologist James T. Reason asserts with his Swiss Cheese model of accident causation, a model used in the risk analysis and risk management of human systems. Essentially, the model, which has been applied to healthcare, aviation safety, and emergency service organizations, states that a system produces a failure when all of its "holes" momentarily line up. What are the four levels of failure set forth by Reason?

This Day in History

Vatican Abolishes Index Librorum Prohibitorum (1966)

Compiled by official Roman Catholic censors, Index Librorum Prohibitorum—"List of Prohibited Books"—was a catalog of works considered dangerous to the faith or morals of Catholics. The Index was never a complete catalog of forbidden reading; rather, it contained only works that the ecclesiastical authority was asked to act on. The first catalog of banned books to be called an index was published in 1559. Its publication ceased in 1966. What were some of the works listed over the years?

Today's Birthday

Karl Landsteiner (1868)

Landsteiner was an Austrian-born American medical researcher who was awarded the 1930 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of the four basic human blood groups—A, B, O, and AB—which enabled the first successful blood transfusion to be performed in 1907. He was also involved in the discovery of the polio virus, and he helped identify the human blood protein known as the Rh factor. In the 1930s, Landsteiner successfully cultured the organism that causes what disease?

Today's Holiday

Flag Day (United States)

President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation that established June 14 as Flag Day in 1916, but it didn't become official until 1949, after a campaign by Bernard J. Cigrand and the American Flag Day Association. American homes and public buildings across the country display the American flag in observation of the holiday. Other popular events on this day include flag-raising ceremonies, the singing of the national anthem, and the study of flag etiquette and the flag's origin and meaning.

Quote of the Day

A little philosophy inclineth man's mind to atheism, but depth in philosophy bringeth men's minds about to religion.

Francis Bacon (1561-1626)

In the News

Researchers Develop Blood Test to Detect Early-Stage Alzheimer's

Researchers say they've developed a blood test that detects an early stage of Alzheimer's disease with "unparalleled accuracy." The test, developed by researchers at the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine and Durin Technologies, Inc., was ...

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