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What you need to know about a career in Forensic Pathology

16th January 2012
As a forensic pathologist in practice for over two decades now, I've come across a myriad of cases and have examined numerous bodies to help coroners and prosecutors pin down the proverbial "bad guys". It's an often unpleasant job, one which requires a lo... Read >
Author: Larry Harrison

how-to-see-wife's-text-messages

14th June 2011
What would you like to do to her. Encourage her participation. Texting will let her imagination run wild, allowing her to reveal her desires. Texting is is a great way to build up excitement.Use faltering language through out your messages, she might not ... Read >
Author: Antonio Moss

spy-wife-cell-phone

14th June 2011
From older-style cell phones to Blackberrys, PDAs, to today's latest mobile computer that doubles as a standard cell phone. Really, today's cell phones are more like mini computers than they are what we would have considered a cell phone even a few years ... Read >
Author: Antonio Moss

Forensic pathologist salary

01st June 2011
Pathology, in comparison with forensic pathology, describes a specialized part of drugs thatís specialized in the research into ailments. This may be a way of studying completed by owning an autopsy. With the aid of the term forensics to its title, the fu... Read >
Author: Son Wheeler

Can You Get Deleted Cell Phone Texts Messages Without A Subpoena or Court Order?

28th April 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Opperman Investigations Inc If you have accidentally erased or deleted a text message from your cell phone it should be a very simple matter to contact your cell phone carrier and get a copy of that deleted text messages from your bi... Read >
Author: Ed Opperman

Can You Get Cell Phone Call Logs Without A Subpeona Or Court Order?

26th April 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Opperman Investigations Inc Just a few years ago it was a very simple matter to obtain cell phone billing records. You could easily get copies of all incoming and outgoing telephone call logs. I fact i booming business. There where h... Read >
Author: Ed Opperman

Forensic Palynology and Botany

14th September 2010
The range of forensic palynology requires a variety of studies and applications.It takes more than a geology bachelor's degree to land the job, and a variety of knowledge in the field.Technology for botany is limited by improper means, in most states, so ... Read >
Author: Ashley Moore

How to Calibrate a Pipette

11th May 2010
For consistency in measurement, devices those are chosen in evaluating things are often calibrated. Calibration gadgets are often expensive and not all afford to buy them. Fortunately, there are calibration or validation services existing now a days that ... Read >
Author: jerry

How Can I See My Husband's Deleted Cell Phone Text Messages?

19th March 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Ed Opperman Deleted cell phone text messages are not gone forever. Now whether this is good news or bad news depends entirely on your situation. If you're a philandering husband who's been cheating with someone other than your wife, ... Read >
Author: Ed Opperman

How to Obtain Detailed Cell Phone Billing Records to Catch a Cheater

05th September 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Ed Opperman ometimes, you need to know specifics about whom your spouse talked to on their cell phone. Detailed billing records aren't always easy to come by, especially if you are not the true owner of the cell phone or handheld dev... Read >
Author: Ed Opperman

Wireless Phone Records - How to Check Someone's Wireless Phone Records?

01st August 2009
You may have come across internet sites that facilitate sharing of someone's wireless phone record if you ready to foot the bill for their services, and even they don't every time given you what they promise, how do these online websites possibly obtain s... Read >
Author: Ray Keong

What is Chromatography?

18th June 2009
Loosely put, the term "chromatography" deals with the separation of substances within a mixture. Chromatography was invented by a Russian botanist who was studying materials in plant life by separating leaf pigments. By using chromatography, scientists ar... Read >
Author: Jackie Cassidy

Access To Cell Phone Records-Is It Legal

23rd January 2008
Getting access to cell phone records is one example of the problems of modern technology causes us. For all of the good reasons you may want to do this there are also people who will use this for bad. In this article we will take a look at some of the ... Read >
Author: Ed Opperman

Ancient Ceramics

15th May 2006
Ceramic MakerFor hundreds of years ceramics have been created to express emotions, reflect the period and attitude, and provide functional uses. Although ceramics have evolved over these centuries and Arts and Crafts have evolved over the past century, mo... Read >
Author: Peter Calker
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