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The Discovery Of The Earth s Magnetic Field
The Earth s magnetic field
The discovery of the Earth s magnetic field Over 2000 years ago, the Chinese discovered that
lodestone, a naturally magnetised iron ore, would align itself in a north south direction. Hundreds of
years later, they discovered that their compasses didn t point true north and in fact that this position
changed with time. The compass was first used for navigation in the 11th 12th century, only arriving
in Europe towards the end of this period. Then, in 1600, William Gilbert (Figure 1.1) published De
Magnete, Magnetisque Corporibus, et de Magno Magnete Tellue (On the Magnet and Magnetic
Bodies, and on the Great Magnet the Earth). He concluded that the Earth itself was magnetic with a
centre of iron, and this is why a compass would point north. Figure 1.1 William Gilbert (1544 1603) ,
author of De Magnete, the first printed book written by an academically trained scholar based almost
entirely on actual observation and experiment .
The structure of the Earth s Magnetic Field
The Earth s magnetic field can in fact be closely approximated by a magnetic dipole at its centre, tilted
by 11˚ to the Earth s rotational axis, Figure 1.2. The south pole of this magnetic dipole actually points
northwards such that the north pole on a compass will point towards northwards, and more precisely,
to the Earth s magnetic north pole. The magnetic field strength decreases from the poles towards the
equator. Currently the field is 56 µT at the magnetic north
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APA Reflection Paper
My colleague is lacking evidence for her overall research question. Her research draft is not arranged
in proper order and her in text citations are not in proper APA form. The source page contains credible
sources from academic journals to actual research case studies. I recommended her to look up the in
text citation form on Purdue Owl or to go to the Writing Center in regards of citation since she does
have the sources, she only needs to apply in text citation on some parts of her paper. Another thing I
recommended was to go over her outline and rearranged her order, I told her that she could start by
giving the audience a little feedback about her research and then explaining the importance of therapy
and the benefits a person receives
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Affordable Health Care
I too believe that healthcare should be a right for all citizens. Health is defined by the World Health
Organization (WHO) as a state of complete physical, mental, and social well being (Macionis, 2015,
p. 267). Preventative and acute care is important to maintain health and is needed by everyone in the
world. Since the creation of the Affordable Care Act many have argued the negative repercussions of
the program often neglecting the positives. The fact is, most working adults (59.5%) are offered
insurance for themselves and their families at a discounted rate through their employers (Robert Wood
Johnson Foundation, 2013). Despite a 10% decline in employers that offer insurance compared to
2011, the option is still available for half of the working population (Robert Wood Johnson
Foundation, 2013). Small business owners that employ fifty or more employees are eligible to provide
subsidized health insurance for their employees (HealthCare.gov, 2016). In addition, 30.1% of
American s utilize either Medicaid or Medicare, a government program that aids or supplements
insurance cost ( Medicare and Medicaid, Age and Income Random Samplings, 2013) . The Affordable
Care Act asks that the other 8.4% of the population purchase health care through the marketplace
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Is it with the government, with employers that chose not to offer health insurance to their employees,
or with the insurance companies that charge enormous rates to increase their profits? In my opinion, it
lies with the insurance companies. Their bottom line is profit! If the rates provided were truly
affordable everyone would have access to health care and it would truly be a right. However, private
insurance companies, a multi billion dollar business, is invested in the profitability of illness not
keeping people healthy. The Affordable Care Act is working to eliminate health care disparity leading
to a healthier
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Yellowstone Youth Conservation Corps
My first glimpse at the Yellowstone Youth Conservation Corps occurred through a counselor at my
high school. Upon visiting the program s website, I was amazed at how well the program fit my career
goals and current interests. I am currently very interested in reforestation and the effects of meat
consumption on deforestation and climate change.
Beginning next year, I plan on double majoring in Environmental Science and Biology, and I want a
career in Conservation and/or Biodiversity. YCC is an ideal opportunity because it enables me to
involve myself in activities oriented towards my career. Because I am dually enrolled in my high
school and Western Kentucky University, I have benefitted from many opportunities to discover my
passions and pursue Biology. I am currently involved in Undergraduate Biology Research and have
completed several biology courses ranging from Anatomy and Physiology to Evolutionary Biology
and Biodiversity in Costa Rica. Because of my favorable academic circumstances, I have had many
opportunities in the field of biology, but I have obtained fewer experiences in Environmental issues.
However, I am still passionate about the environment, and especially lifestyle changes that would
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I loved experiencing the daily life of a biologist at the National Parks I visited. In Costa Rica, I
worked with the endangered Leatherback Sea Turtles, Butterfly Biodiversity, and Oak Reforestation
efforts in Cloudbridge Nature Reserve. I would love to grow my passion and knowledge of
Conservation and preserving the environment by working Yellowstone National Park. I love traveling
and visiting new places. While I have certainly learned of Yellowstone previously, I have yet to
experience the park for myself. I hope to extend my love and experience in Conservation to
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The Importance Of Women During The Gallipoli Campaign
Page 1 title page Chapter 3 THE ANZACS IN WW1 2 index page Page Number What Is On The Page
1 Title Page 2 Index Page 3 Why did Australia go go to Gallipoli? What was the aim of the
Dardanelles campaign? 4 Describe the landing on 25th April 1915. 5 Explain the conditions at
Gallipoli for the Anzacs 6 Describe the role of women during the Gallipoli campaign. 7 Describe one
battle in depth eg Lone Pine or the Nek 8 How and why did Australians evacuate? 9 How has Gallipoli
helped shape Australia, an understanding of who we are, and the larrikin spirit? 10 Conclusion section
that links back to driving question and explains why ANZAC legend continues today 11
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The high hills and rough terrain that surrounded them was not what they were told to prepare and
expect. The initial plan had failed. The Turkish occupied the higher ground having an advantage over
the ANZACs, who had to create tunnels/trenches with the sea right behind them. 5 ) Explain the
conditions at Gallipoli for the Anzacs. The ANZAC s arrived in Gallipoli during the late spring
season. The weather was different to what the soldiers were used to back under the hot Australian sun.
Half way through the year the weather became hot. Plagues and diseases carried by fleas and flies,
were spread around. Soldiers/Troops that arrived in perfect health conditions, were very soon seen
developing and suffering from from health problems; dysentery, diarrhoea, gastroenteritis and
infestations of lice. Water was supplied from Egypt, but it was never enough, therefore it was near
impossible to keep clean, and stay hygienic. Germs, plagues and diseases were spread due to the lack
of cleanliness. Toilets were large, deep holes in the ground. By October, troops experienced the
harsh,bitter winter cold. This poor lack of hygiene, led to around 20% of the men sick from diseases.
During the war the ANZACs had to face terrible conditions, from the constant noise of machine guns,
bullets, cramped and dirty places, hunger, thirst, tiredness, deaths of soldiers, diseases, smell,
unsanitary food. 6) Describe the role of women during the
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How Does The Help Change The Whole World
That one question. That one question that changes everything. That one question that changes your
whole world. This is what happened in The Help by Kathryn Stockett. The Help takes place in the
1960 s in a very racist little town. Skeeter, a white privileged lady, speaks up and writes a book
exposing racial injustices. She writes a book with the help of black maids to bring about change.
Change begins with a whisper is shown as Celia Foote finds confidence in herself to accept her faults.
Celia found a confidence in herself that she never knew she had. She had gone through many struggles
growing up in Sugar Ditch and then thinking her husband didn t love her. Celia felt like she wasn t
good enough because she wasn t the perfect wife or because she couldn t have children. Celia, at the
end of the book, finally accepts that she can t have children and that Johnny is ok with it. Minnie also
helps her build her cooking skills, but also just helps her as a friend. When Johnny finally finds out
about Minnie (and Celia knows he knows), Celia has a giant weight lifted off her shoulder. She finally
changes the way she lives. She actually starts getting out of bed and accepts that nobody will ever call
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This is a change I would like to see in our school like Skeeter wanted to change people actions and
thoughts. School start time is so very early in the morning. People have early bird classes, early
practices, early meetings, early everything. If the start time of school was pushed back you would
have more time to fit in those activities without having to wake up at 5 am. Students focus better when
they have more sleep and test scores would improve. Many students have so many activities at night,
they can t just go to bed earlier. If school started even just a half hour later, that would be a half hour
more they could be alert and attentive in school. Changing the school start time would be a great
change that should be
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Presentation of Idealised Lifestyles in Editorial and...
Presentation of Idealised Lifestyles in Editorial and Advertisements of Magazines
The two magazines I have chosen to compare for this coursework are Hello! Magazine, September
21st 2004 and Nuts Magazine, Thursday 1st October 2004 . I have decided on these two magazines
because they are aimed at two greatly different audiences.
Hello! Magazine was first published to the public on the January of 1990. This was a time when
Hello! was more then just information of celebrities and their lifestyles. The audience, as today s, was
still mainly women readers.
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This is quite an old front page of Hello! It has one main story and five sub stories. However, if you
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On the cover, it has a big picture of a famous wedding that took place that week, and the cover story
has lots of brilliant photos of the occasion, making the reader feel that they were invited and saw all
the action of the day. It also has lots of interviews with other famous starts, including a lady who still
looks very, very well at 70 years old, and Donny Osmond in his house with his family.
All the stories are aimed at the 25 40 s and wouldn t suit any other audience, old or young. It does
have a few adverts, advertising perfume, house interior and food. This is appropriate advertising in
this magazine. If it had adverts on football boots costing £99, it would be a waste of space and the
makers would not make any profit at all. It would be getting the audience wrong and would show un
professionalism.
In all the pictures, apart from the photos that where not organized with the celebrity, the people
involved in the photo are always looking into the camera lens and smiling. This makes the person look
like they are smiling at you and shows that in the interview, they were upbeat, friendly and having a
good time. In the interviews, the author/interviewer describes every detail of the moment; expressions,
actions, the way they said their sentence, making the reader picture this interview.
The reader gets the pleasure to see some of
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Heroes Every Child Should Know Perseus And The Miser
The Greek fables that were written in the past still inspire us today. Well lets just say that their are a lot
of lessons inside of these fables and myths that can inspire people today and people can learn a lot of
lessons from it. For example, in some fables the greeks teach a lesson about appreciating and
cherishing what one has before it is won t have them and when they are gone you will want to have
them back again. Some fables that support this claim is The Hen and The Golden Eggs , Heroes Every
Child Should Know Perseus and The Miser . These are some fables that can teach people to appreciate
and cherish things before they are gone and some myths that show that how to use things appropriatly
and to use things usefully.
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The fable is Heroes Every Child Should Know Perseus this fable had the people cherish their things
and use them appropriately like Perseus. Perseus had to go on a quest to defeat an evil enemy named
MEDUSA she was a very ugly lady who had lots of fangs on her head and Perseus had to cut her head
off. He was nervous about it but he accepted the task so he was given lots of equipment to help him
like a sword that can cut off medusa s head and some sandals that could make him fly all the way to
Medusa. When he was fighting Medusa he remembered everything that he had and the advice he got
so that in the end he had cut off Medusa s head and had survived this very frightening mission. In this
myth Perseus used his things appripriatly and use them usefully, unlike the other fables that had
people disrespecting their things.
In conclusion the ancient greek myths and fables still inspire and teach lessons to people today by
showing us some consequences the fables and myths had. Some bad consequences were like in The
Miser and The Hen and The Golden Eggs when they lost their chance to have something good but did
not because they did not make the right choice. Some good choices that happened is in Perseus
because in that story he was thinking and used his resources wisely and in the end he had
accomplished his mission. So to wrap it up the lesson is to appreciate and cherish things
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Nuclear Bomb Dbq
Research Question:
How was the dropping of the nuclear bomb seen however valid and political focal points of society
with the goal to prevent socialism?
Secondary Sources:
Morton, L. (1957). The decision to use the atomic bomb. Foreign Affairs, 35(2), 334 353. Retrieved
from http://ezproxy.snhu.edu/login?url=http://www.jstor.org/stable/20031230
Harper, J. (2007). Secrets revealed, revelations concealed: A secret city confronts its environmental
legacy. The George Washington University Institute for Ethnographic Research, 80(1), 39 64.
Retrieved fromhttp://ezproxy.snhu.edu/login?url=http://www.jstor.org/stable/4150943
Historical Context:
In 1957, the United States was amidst the Cold War battle with the Soviet Union. During this time,
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They incorporate petitions to the president focusing on worries of the welfare of the country if the
bomb was to be utilized. The premise of using the bomb indicated different nations how capable the
United States was. There was a discussion of the decimation of the Japanese urban communities and
how the United States ought not to depend on the utilization of the nuclear bomb. The auxiliary
sources are glancing back at archives and endeavoring to choose what was the proper activity.
Experiencing the essential source archives, it encourages you to comprehend the perspective and
battles of those included at the
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Nervous System Case Study
The formation of the nervous system requires a balance between proliferation, differentiation and
migration of neural progenitors, resulting in a neural network that mediates both behaviors and
autonomic functions. Here, we identified an exon junction complex protein , RBM8a, as a positive
regulator of embryonic neural progenitor cell proliferation and differentiation. We determined that
RBM8a knockdown leads to increased migration of neural progenitor cells (NPCs) to the cortical plate
(CP), depletion of the NPC pool, and a decrease in the number of cells in the S phase of the cell cycle.
Conversely, RBM8a overexpression leads to decreased migration of NPCs to the CP, expansion of the
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We determined that knockout of RBM8a in interneuron progenitors alone led to some changes in their
distribution, but this effect was significantly less profound as when compared to the deletion of
RBM8a from all NSCs. Therefore, we concluded that the phenotype is likely caused by some changes
in intrinsic properties, but conceivably as a result of extrinsic cues from excitatory neurons and other
cell types. To determine if the pyramidal cells in the cortex have normal electrophysiological
properties, we conducted spontaneous transmitter recordings from putative pyramidal cells in the
somatosensory cortex of Nes cre;RBM8afl/+ mice. Pyramidal cells in the cortex of these knockout
mice have a significant decrease in spontaneous inhibitory post synaptic current (sIPSC) frequency,
but no changes in sIPSCamplitude, or spontaneous excitatory post synaptic current (sEPSC) frequency
or amplitude. This indicates deficits in the presynaptic but not postsynaptic neurons. Deficits could
include fewer synaptic vesicles being released or the synaptic vesicles containing less transmitters
inside. Given our findings that these mice have fewer PV+ and NPY + cells, we posit that cortical
interneurons are releasing normal amounts of GABA, indicating that the change in frequency results
from the decrease in interneuron number. However, more experiments need to
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The Lost Puppy
Companies and Advertising
Advertisements are made especially to grab the viewer s attention in any way possible. Many
companies use images to try and trigger their viewers emotions or facts to attempt to establish
credibility and get consumers to purchase their product or to grasp the message they are trying to get
across. Companies like Budweiser and Kleenex achieve their advertising goals by using ethos, pathos,
and logos.
The Lost Puppy Budweiser commercial did a very good job at reaching their viewers on an emotional
level.This advertisement started at a clydesdale farm, which is Budweiser s signature animal, with a
white lab puppy. Of course viewers are going to be captivated by the adorable lab pup. As the
commercials continues the pup get lost and goes on a journey back home. When the pup is almost
home a wolf approaches which concerns the viewer s because it seems like inevitable death for the
young lab. Until the clydesdale s appear and save the day and they all walk back home. What a sweet
nail biting commercial right? That is the whole point Budweiser has their audience so caught up in this
cute little puppy they do not even realize they are being sold an idea. Budweiser is trying to get their
viewers to look at their product as a family product that establishes unbreakable bonds. They use
pathos to plant this idea of a sweet little puppy with their brand so when their buyers see their product
at the store that is what they associate it with.
This particular
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Responses For The Child And Her Father
Anticipated responses for the child and her father might very different. The child may cope by acting
out, being emotionally dysregulated, having eating or sleep disturbances, brooding or withdrawing,
being restless or unable to be still, taking on too much responsibility or developmentally, emotionally
and physically, regressing (Bugge, Darbyshire, Røkholt, Haugstvedt, Helseth, 2014). The child who
witnesses a death may be afraid they or another family member will die in the same way. They may
also be actively avoiding painful memories or suppressing their needs being afraid to cause more
trouble (Bugge, et al., 2014). The process of grieving is complicated by the tasks of the developmental
stage that child is going through, the relationship with the deceased, their coping skills including
support systems, and the circumstances of the death (Slyter, 2012). She is in Erikson s stage of
Industry versus Inferiority, so the clinician might see her express the thought that she has done
something wrong that caused her mother s death. The father, although he can express his grief more
directly, may find that he has conflicting feelings about processing his grief and simultaneously
attending to his daughter s needs. He may go through the five stages of grief as proposed by Kubler
Ross (Corr, 2015). These stages include denial, or shock; anger; bargaining; depression; and
acceptance, or moving forward. These stages may occur in any order, or not at all. They can also
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Mirrors In Black Mirror, By Charli Charlie Brooker
In our 21st century reality, new media and technology has transformed, with little resistance, almost
every aspect of daily life; redefining our reality. From plasma screens to monitors to smartphones, we
are constantly face to face with the black screens of our devices, or black mirrors . Canadian professor,
Marshall Mcluhan described media as artificial extensions of sensory existence, ; meaning, each
media technology functions as a prosthetic, working in conjunction with our minds and bodies,
allowing us to perceive more and reshaping our perception of the world (1969). This approach
emphasises the impossibility of fully understanding social and cultural changes in society without
understanding how media works as environments (Griffin, 2011).
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Archetypes In Little Miss Sunshine
The movie Little Miss Sunshine showcases six different archetypes commonly found in road trip
movies. Each of the archetypes are completely different from each together and help each other in all
of their toughest moments. Olive in the movie Little Miss Sunshine falls under the maiden archetype
due to her childlike demure.
Olive at the Little Miss Sunshine beauty pageant really shows how much of a maiden she really by
showing how no matter how fierce the competition is compared to her Olive still has no idea that the
audience will not react well to her performance; looking through rose colored glasses (Schmidt 90).
The film goes out of its way to represent how out of place the Hoover family really is such as in the
scene where all the girls are lined up dipped in sparkles with smiles from ear to ear as a creep is
singing them the national anthem, Olive is the only one that finds this weird and even with that Olive
is still confidence she will win. Before she is even performing her Father wants to shelter her from
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She tells her parents about how he would not awake up. When the family is at the hospital Olive still
does not get it and comforts her mother like the wonderful listener she is (Schmidt 90). Olive is the
only person in that family who has the ability to cheer up her Mother because her brother cannot talk
her Uncle is depressed and is going through problems with the Dad. The whole family is affected, but
pull it together for her. Her brother also knows this and asks Olive on a notepad to hug the Mother
instead of him. It is also because of Olive that the family decides to steal the Grandpa body and bury
him in California to get to the pageant. The family is motivated to leave for Olive and without her they
would of had stayed in the
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Brutal Honesty
In keeping with the theme of brutal honesty that I have taken with this application, I don t want to
pretend that I was a model student in high school. I am a person who has, in the past, made mistakes
and poor decisions but I am not that person today. I want to show you who I am and what I can do, but
I must emphasize the person that I used to be in order to do that. I was not an A student (or even a B
student) in high school. I did not take any AP courses, I was not part of any extracurricular activities,
and I did not get involved with any student government associations. It just wasn t who I was in high
school. I was directionless and unmotivated to succeed in my education; however, those experiences
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I took a job on a whim based on a recommendation from a friend. As time passed, and I had been
working consistently for a few years, I found myself at an interesting vantage point. I looked back at
that directionless high schooler and found that I no longer recognized him. I had matured and my
mentality had changed. I think back to this moment, which I remember vividly, as the point where the
fire within me was ignited and I realized the full potential of my own self possessed motivation. I
understood that I alone had the power to push myself forward. I dove headfirst into my career and the
path toward higher
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American Revolution And Religion
The Revolutionary period had much more substance to it than meets the eye. Although it is often
looked at as just Americans creating the United States of America, that is not the only perspective that
should be taken away from the American Revolution. It should be recognized more as Englishmen, as
Anglo Protestants, getting away from England. There are numerous diverse perspectives and events
that shaped the American Revolution. Some of the most imperative instances are Religion, Anglo
Americans, the Intolerable Acts and taxes, and the role of the Tories.
One of the most overlooked perspective of the popular view has to do with religion. The eighteenth
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These people were called Tories. Tories, also known as loyalists, were colonists that stayed faithful to
Britain during the Revolutionary War. They consisted of royal officials, wealthy merchants,
conservative urban lawyers, people who disliked pro revolution citizens, southern slaves who looked
to Britain in hope of freedom, and a multitude of Indian tribes. Contrary to popular view, one could
argue that the American Revolution was not only a fight between the Patriots and the British, but it
was really a civil war between the Rebels and the Tories. The fight between the Rebels and the Tories
can be described as brutal because of the guerilla warfare, brigade war, tarring and feathering, and
killings that were exhibited between the two sides. According to Tories: Fighting For the King in
America s First Civil War, General Nathanael Greene stated, The division among the people is much
greater than I imagined and the Whigs and Tories persecute each other, with little less than savage
fury. There is nothing but murders and devastation in every quarter. (Thomas Allen p. 1). The Tories
main concern was stability, which the British could provide to them unlike the rebels. Many times, this
would divide families because they would disagree on whether they wanted to be a Tory or a Rebel.
Additionally, if they decided to ultimately be a Tory, they would join the British army to fight against
the Patriots or flee to Canada or back to England. Although their role in the American Revolution was
to support the British, even with the Tories help, the British were still
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The Gospel Of Biblical Worldview
Benchmark Assignment: Gospel Essentials Biblical Worldview is composed of a number of essential
elements. Including God who created the World, the human race that He created, the Son of God, and
His death on the Cross which Christians believe was the debt Christ paid for the forgiveness of
mankind s sinful nature. This poses the question: what are the basic beliefs and generalizations to a
Christian worldview, and is Christianity nothing but ancient tradition and biblical dogma, or is it more
than that. Is there some level of truth to life changing transformations Christians claim are the direct
result of a relationship with an omnipotent being whom they refer to as God?
God
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A human is fundamentally a dialogue between body and spirit (Swidler, 2014:2). Our sin nature comes
from the point when The LORD God made all kinds of trees grow out of the ground trees that were
pleasing to the eye and good for food. In the middle of the garden were the tree of life and the tree of
the knowledge of good and evil. (Genesis 2:9, NIV) This tree that God created will later be used as a
tool to enable humanity s initial fall. Now the serpent was craftier than any of the wild animals the
LORD God had made. He said to the woman, Did God really say, You must not eat from any tree in
the garden ? The woman said to the serpent, We may eat fruit from the trees in the garden, but God did
say, You must not eat fruit from the tree that is in the middle of the garden, and you must not touch it,
or you will die. You will not
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Cistern Yard Research Paper
American outlaw country music singer, David Allen Coe once stated, it is not the beauty of a building
you should look at; it s the construction of the foundation that will stand the test of time. Many
colleges and universities across the country have famous and iconic landmarks which hold years of
history. Cistern Yard, the most iconic College of Charleston land mark is home to more than 200 years
of history, and has been the roots of the school since its founding in 1770. While the school itself is
more than 200 years old, the Cistern Yard was the grounds for new beginnings, has withstood a war,
and has been the main focal point for many different movies and tv shows. Founded in 1770, the
College of Charleston was a higher education institute
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Data Center Network Design Using Metrics And Their Results...
Abstract Data centers are physical or virtual repositories for storing, managing and accessing data.
Data center network (DCN) is the interconnection between the data centers. There are several existing
architectures for the interconnections between these data centers. Several aspects are taken into
consideration while designing data center network architecture. This paper shows analysis of several
data center network architectures using metrics and their results on different network topologies. For
security and routing data centers can use a hardware approach called Forwarding Unit or deploy
middleboxes in the networks.
Keywords component; formatting; style; styling; insert (key words)
I. INTRODUCTION
Conventional systems were too complex to operate and maintain. Many cables were required to
connect all the components, and methods to accommodate and organize the data. A single mainframe
required a great deal of power, and had to be cooled to avoid overheating. Security became important
and computers were expensive. Data centers were then introduced where collectively data was stored
and maintained. Data collection increased rapidly over years, which led to an increase in data centers.
Communication between these servers became difficult and complex. For an efficient communication
between the servers many architectures were proposed. Data center architectures and requirements can
differ significantly.
With data availability and security at stake, managing and storing
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New York City And Los Angeles
Being on opposite sides of the country, New York City and Los Angeles are two very similar, yet two
very different cities. Each city has its own ambience and atmosphere. People take pleasure in one of
them based on their personal preference and things available to them at each location. New York City
and Los Angeles are easily compared and contrasted based upon their weather, jobs, and style of
living.
New York City has four seasons: spring, summer, fall, and winter. Each season brings upon different
weather. The spring season in NYC is very pleasant. The temperatures can range from 42 to 62
degrees Fahrenheit depending on the winter before. New York City s summer season is usually
steaming hot, with temperatures reaching 90 degrees in the months of June, July, and August. When
fall rolls around, the temperatures start dropping. The fall season is full of beautiful colors and sights,
with temperatures ringing in anywhere from 50 to 70 degrees. The dreaded winter season is the
coldest of them all with temperatures dipping below freezing and sometimes below zero (Weather
Facts New York City).
However, Los Angeles weather can be very different. With Los Angeles being in Southern California,
it does not have many weather changes throughout the year. Most of the time, Los Angeles sees sunny
skies and temperatures at 75 degrees. Southern California s climate has often been described as perfect
(DISCOVER LOS ANGELES).
As you can tell, NYC and L.A. have very different
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Comparing Poems My Last Duchess And Porphyria s Lover
Robert Browning, a Victorian poet, is well known for his use of dramatic monologue. Robert
Browning use of dramatic monologue in his poems, Porphyria s Lover and My Last Duchess separates
the speaker from the poet and allows the reader to use the speaker s words to uncover Browning s
actual meaning (Greenblatt 1275). By using the dramatic monologue, in his poems Porphyria s Lover
and My Last Duchess, Browning depicts the gender roles of the patriarchal society as seen during the
Victorian era.
As stated before, the Victorian era was a patriarchal society. A patriarchal society is a society in which
men have all of the power and women have little to none. In the Victorian society, women had no
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For example, right away the reader can see similarities between the Duchess in My Last Duchess, and
the victims of honor killings seen in the Middle East. An honor killing occurs when a member of the
family is murdered in order to restore honor to the family. According to Micah Issitt the honor killing
of women is often related to sexual behavior, and many cases occur when women refuse to engage in
arranged or forced marriages or if they engage in sexual behavior that violates accepted cultural norms
(Honor Killings: An Overview). The Duke in a way committed an honor killing by murdering the
Duchess. He felt that his wife did not give him the respect or the appreciation he deserved for
marrying her. He does not understand her actions, as if she ranked / My gift of a nine hundred years
old name / With anybody s gift (Browning 1283). The Duke believed that he gave the Duchess a gift
by marrying her and by not respecting him she dishonored his family name. In turn, when he
murdered her in a symbolic way he gained his honor back. Furthermore, In Robert Browning s poem
Porphyria s Lover, Porphyria trusting nature, similarly to that of a damsel in distress, is what causes
her to become the victim of murder. In this context, Porphyria can be compared to Snow White. Snow
White s trusting nature is what allows her to eat the poisonous apple from
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Edgar Allan Poe Quotes About Death
Mors ultima linea rerum est ( Latin Quotes about Death ): this quote from Horace perfectly sums up
the theme of the writings of Edgar Allan Poe. Poe suffered much loss throughout his life first with the
loss of his mother, then his adopted mother, his first love, and finally his wife thus explaining why Poe
commonly uses death as a theme in his works. Poe also commonly writes about women and youth,
with the presence of death bringing a depressing and ominous undertone. Death exists in the happiest
and saddest of subjects. The Bells, which judging by the first two sections the reader can assume will
be a celebration of life, turns into a chaotic and then solemn story of death. Annabel Lee, which also
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Unlike Annabel Lee, The Raven tells of a lost love and the narrator s inability, or unwillingness, to
shed his romantic melancholia (Magistrale 40). The narrator of The Raven holds on to his grief and
sees death as a barrier currently separating [him] from the lost Lenore (Magistrale 46). The reader then
begins to also see death as barrier and can feel the same sadness that the narrator himself is feeling.
The bird brings about mixed feelings within the narrator. At first, the bird amuses the narrator , but
quickly frustrates him when the bird s only responds nevermore : the narrator wonders if he will
reencounter [Lenore] in the afterlife, and finally if the narrator himself will ever find peace in her
absence. To each of these questions the bird s consistent reply infuriates him at the same time as it
deepens his sense of loss (Magistrale 39 40). This questioning of life after death can make a reader
feel quite crestfallen as it can make him or her wonder whether or not he or she will see a loved one
again. The raven has always been a bad omen...At the conclusion of this poem, we are to believe that
the raven has become a permanent resident of the poet s chamber and soul (Magistrale 40 1): the raven
never leaves the poet similar to how death lurks always creating a dark feeling within the
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The Idea Of An Omnipotent Essay
The idea of omnipotence has been a tricky concept for philosophers for many years. Many
philosophers have tried to define it without success. In this essay, I intend to look at, as the question
poses, whether A being is omnipotent if it has every power which it is logically possible to possess is
an adequate definition of omnipotent and then move on to look at some other ways of defining
omnipotence to see if they do any better. Omnipotent quite literally means all powerful, Omni all,
potent powerful. Most theists believe there to be one all powerful, perfect being, so the idea of an
omnipotent being is essential to most western religions. I will focus on Christianity, throughout my
essay to allow me to focus on the question without getting sucked into discussing the different
religious point of views. So the God we speak of is the traditional Christian one unless otherwise
specified. There are plenty of quotes directly from the bible that promotes God as all powerful, though
omnipotent is a later word. The Almighty is beyond our reach and exalted in power; in his justice and
great righteousness, he does not oppress. (Job 37:23) The discussion of how to define God is an
essential one to theists as it can cause a lot of problems. If for example, we raise questions such as if
God is all powerful why is there suffering in the world? Before we can move on to problems with this
definition and other definitions we first need to look at them in some more depth. In
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Sacrifice In The Demon Sect
Beyond a rice paddy, under the shadow of a celestial mountain, a group of dark cloaked humans finish
their ritual to summon the demon king. They had performed this ritual every month for a year, and had
not yet summoned anything at all.
One of these is a young man, born to a wealthy merchant. sixth son of a sixth son thrice over. He is
held up by heretical forces as a potential master of the dark path. With nothing but failure to bring
forth anything that would increase his power, he was starting to consider alternate methods. Should
this ritual again be fruitless, he would turn upon his lackeys, the minions being useless as sacrifices
when there was nothing to sacrifice them to.
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All is as it should be, the arrays positively tingling with imported power. Far above, swirls of energy
circle shrinking cracks, disappearing forever into the void beyond space through fine and shrinking
apertures. If the cracks hadn t healed to this point, not only would it be nearly impossible to bring
forth the energy needed to power these arrays, as it was, but it would be further impossible for the
energy to stay in its delicate formation long enough to do anything at all. As it stands now, the rifts are
nearly
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Analysis Of Frozen Assets By Diego Rivera
Paintings are expression in art form, they reveal the feelings of the painters, and convey the messages.
One of the greatest painter that can reflect the lives of the Mexican people is Diego Rivera. Diego
Rivera is famous for marrying a fellow Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, but is a notorious womanizer, also
famous for his paintings. In one of the paintings, Frozen Assets, Diego Rivera visited New York
during the Great Depression depicting the people and city in his paintings with colors with the
meaning behind it. Since the color is a big thing in paintings, the color gray that Diego Rivera paint on
Frozen Assets, probably represent the people facing in the Great Depression. The first two panels have
the color gray because people were suffering and not enough money and the last panel, it has more
light and have these bright colors. First, the first panel, the skyscrapers were there when Diego Rivera
arrived to New York, perhaps symbolizing that the unfinished city is frozen in time. The machines
below the skyscrapers are still there because probably, they are still building more, but stop since there
was great numbers of unemployment, the machines perhaps have stop working at that time. The
grayish color on the buildings probably represent that money ran out and people are facing the
consequences of the Great Depression. Then there is the train below the buildings, it is believed that
that train was running at that time Diego Rivera visited New York. The functional train
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Skin Rash Homeopathic Skin Rash Treatment
Skin rash homeopathic treatment
Homeopathic rash treatment
Homeopathic skin rash treatment
An area of skin that feels itchy, painful, red, swollen and inflammated a skin rash is said to occur.
A person can well see a change in look, feel and texture of his skin.
It can either affect a specific body part or affect entire body.
May or may not be accompanied by pain
It can be caused due to varipus factors such as allergies, due to heavy medications, or geneticially.
Some allergies are make skin rashes visible almost instantaneously while some others may take some
time t show their affects.
In medical terminology, a skin rash is terme as dermatitis. Which simple means any inflammation of
skin.
The most basic kind of rash which u=you must
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Essay On Modern Day Veterans
Have you hugged a veteran today? What about yesterday? most likely the answer is no. Veterans are
important to our nations history and future, but we are not very good at recognizing this and following
through with our promises. A quote from John Kennedy states that As we express our gratitude, we
must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them. We do not
realize the impact they have on our lives today. They protected our freedom, they remind us of how
deadly war really is, and most importantly they teach our future generations.
One of the fundamental reasons people go to war is for freedom. Where would we be without the
soldiers who fought for our freedom in the American Revolution, or the War of 1812. New Hampshire
s motto, Live Free or Die , sums up everything veterans stand for These veterans put their lives on the
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Another 117,000 American soldiers in World War I. Something that people these days do not take into
consideration is the pain soldiers go through seeing their friends pass away in front of them. 2.4
million americans who fought in Iraq or Afghanistan are living with PTSD, or post traumatic stress
disorder, due to lost comrades and Traumatic Brain Injuries, from being so close to all the explosions.
Our soldiers made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom and they come home with both visible scars
and mental trauma. The mental scars are the hardest thing for us to understand and most of the soldiers
refuse to talk about what they had experienced in every type of war. It s important to remember that
when our soldiers signed up to fight for our freedom, they never knew how hard it would be to return
to the United States and acclimate back into a normal society. They are living examples of the
hardships that are faced on the battlefields and not only can we respect their experiences we can also
learn from
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Sears
Sears Canada is a retailer based in Toronto, ON, with its parent company Sears Roebuck situated in
Chicago, IL. The two companies operate independent of each other; however more or less carry the
same product lines. Sears Canada primarily has two major merchandising categories, with Home
Hardlines accounting for 60% of the sales while apparel accessories represent 40% of the sales. Sears
has been in the retail industry in Canada for over 60 years, and has built a significant brand name for
itself, although many consider it an outdated brand name now in terms of apparel. As such, in light of
drastic changes recently in the apparel industry given the influx of American and international apparel
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However, Sears weaknesses in apparel might have a much more detrimental effect on its future, far
outweighing its strengths. Sears market share in apparel is on the decline in every major category, as
can be seen in exhibit 1. If we say the needs of Sears customers in the apparel market, which is a new
emerging demographic of more youth oriented consumers, is focused on trendy styles, then Sears has
a significant weakness in that it is not among the top choices amongst the competition by any means.
In the high end market, competitors such as Holt Renfrew, Harry Rosen, The Bay (which has taken
back lost market share under the guidance of CEO Bonnie Brooks) and the impending arrival of
Nordstrom s really have the clientele loyalty and market share, leaving no room in this market for
Sears. In the discount market, Wal Mart has the obvious market share lead by far, and we cannot
underestimate the impact Target will have when it arrives. Reports suggest Sears and Wal Mart have
the most to lose when target arrives , as can be seen in exhibit 2. 20% of survey respondents feel Sears
will lose a lot of sales when Target opens, 50% feel that Sears will lose some sales, and over 70% feel
Sears s sales will be negatively impacted by Target. As we know, Sears has seen sliding sales since
2006 and Target Canada will definitely add to that. Again, Sears really has no room in this market
either. When one factors in other competitors that the younger population are
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Case 10 Nicholas Mysterious Suntan 1 Essay
Student s Name: Marylene Mosburg Date: 11/31/2014
BIO169 Case_10: Nicholas s Mysterious Suntan
This case study presents a clinical situation related to the endocrine system. The questions at the each
segment of the case will test your understanding of the endocrine system.
Nicholas T., age 32, is a busy systems analyst for a computer manufacturer. Working his way up the
corporate ladder, he travels extensively, putting in many hours without much sleep. Nicholas has a
tendency to be overweight but continues to eat fatty foods and does not have an exercise program. He
craves salty pretzels and potato chips. ? In recent months, however, he has often felt weak, and
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He experiences severe pains in his abdomen, back, and legs. ? Feeling extremely weak, he catches a
flight home, and contacts his family physician, Dr. Ortega. Dr. Ortega measures his blood pressure at
70/50 and then orders a series of laboratory tests. ? He asks Nicholas how long he has had the tan and
the other symptoms he describes. Nicholas indicates he only noticed them within the last year.
Q. What might cause the pain in the abdomen, back and legs? Electrocytes imbalances and/or
dehydration.
Q. The viral infection poses a kind of stress. Why might Nicholas have such a severe reaction? He is
already in a compromised state; people who are not healthy have bodies that are not equipped to
handle additional stressors.
Results of the lab tests on Nicholas are summarized below: low serum Na ( 130 mEq/l) high serum K (
5 mEq/l) ? ratio of serum Na:K ( 30:1) elevated hematocrit ? low WBC count decreased plasma
cortisol and aldosterone urine ? shows increased excretion of Na and decreased excretion of K low
levels of hydroxycorticosteroids in the urine
Q. How do the abnormal Na and K levels relate to adrenal function?
The mineralocorticoid (aldosterone) is normally released by the adrenal cortex in response to
decreased sodium and increased pottasium levels; the hormonally acts to promote the retention of Na
and the excretion of K. It isn t working; hence the abnormal serum levels.
Q. What does the high hematocrit means?
The ratio of the percentage of
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The Garden Of Earthly Delights By Hieronymus Bosch
Estimated to have been painted sometime between 1505 and 1510, The Garden of Earthly Delights
was created by the Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch (who was known for his tenancy to create
fantasy like figure painting of demons, machines and sometimes grotesque/frightening imagery). This
oil painting is composed of three panels (triptych), measuring 13 feet by 7 feet when all the panels are
open.
When opening up Bosch s triptych, the first panel reveals a colorful interior filled with strange
building, abnormal landforms, and many different types of crossbreed (alien like) creatures. In the
front of the left hand panel, there lies three figures who can be assumed to be God himself (standing in
between) and the figure of Adam and Eve. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The first panel depicts God introducing Adam to the creation of Eve (who was made from Adam s rib
bone) and with this first depiction the mankind s initial state of innocence which become corrupted
with God s introduction of Eve. However, you ll notice that in the central panel that God is absent
from it, which is why it depicts humanity acting in its own free will, in which they are engaging in
various sexual activities, in a board view of nude figure, hybrid fairytale like creatures, and oversize
fruit and plants. Making the central panel the representation of fleetingness of worldly pleasure. The
final panel, which looks like hell, showing the eccentric torment given out to the damned, which is
believed to be the vengeance of God for the sins and lust that is depicted in the central panel. This can
only can be assumed though because again there isn t any concrete evidence on the true meaning or
point to Bosch s Garden of Earthly Delights .
Since there isn t much known about the paint true meaning or thesis, there also isn t much evidence on
the paintings backstory. Which can only lead us to theorized why or who was the painting
commissioned for. One theory comes from Wilhelm Franger s book, The Millennium of Hieronymus
Bosch, . Where he argues the painting was commissioned by The Order s Brethren and Sister of the
Free Spirit, for their Grand Master [1]. That is just one theory among many other
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Security Issues in International Relations Are Best...
Security Issues are Most Effectively Addressed by a Neo Realist Approach to International Relations.
Discuss.
Security has been the source for much debate within International Relations; ranging from the
optimum way to provide security, through to the definition of security itself. Neo Realism has, in the
past, been the dominant approach to security issues within International Relations. However, in the
past few decades events such as the end of the Cold War, international terrorism and globalisation
have dramatically changed the world, which has only intensified the debate over which approach most
effectively addresses security issues within International Relations. This essay seeks to argue that
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Neo liberals are prepared to go to war but it is generally accepted as a last resort, with the use of
economic sanctions the preferred security method; the belief of peace via co operation. Neo liberals
view sanctions as a means of preventing a rogue state from violating the international norms (Martin,
1992). The neo liberal understanding of the international community lies within increasing
interconnectedness and the utility of international institutions such as the EU and UN. The security of
Israel has weakened in recent years due to threat posed by Iran and their suspected research into the
development of nuclear weapons. In 2005 the EU imposed trade sanctions on Iran due to resuming of
nuclear activities (European Commission, 2012). A form of collective security occurs when all states
stand to lose something from war; collective insecurity leads to security. Kant would argue that even
though the international system is anarchic, alliances and treaties still exist as a form of power and
security. Buzan (1991) takes this further stating that although economic activity can generate many
different factions within in a state, the international economy itself becomes powerfully tied together
trade, finance and communication.
As previously mentioned, neo realists place an emphasis upon security via military power, and whilst
there is no denying that military security is
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The Monster In The Most Dangerous Game
A monster is defined as an extraordinary or unnatural, imaginary animal, but not all monsters are
animals nor are they all imaginary. Some monsters are human, and very real. Facing a human monster
can prove to be even more difficult than just an imaginary animal. In the stories, The Most Dangerous
Game, The Cask of Amontillado, and The Sniper, the main characters are each faced with their own
human monster. Although, not all of the main characters are able to overcome their human monster. In
The Most Dangerous Game, Rainsford, who is a hunter, lands on an island where General Zaroff lives.
Zaroff has become bored with hunting animals and now lures humans to his island to hunt and kill;
but even hunting humans has become too easy for him. Zaroff is a very skillful hunter and he has
access to guns, dogs and help from a man named Ivan. He promises to let Rainsford free though, if he
can survive three days. Rainsford, being the skillful hunter he is, is able to set traps and survive up
until the last day when the dogs corner him and he jumps off the cliff into the rocky water below.
What Zaroff doesn t know is that Rainsford is a great swimmer and surprises him by hiding behind his
curtains; Zaroff then challenges him to a fight in which Rainsford wins. This ... Show more content on
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Although in The Cask of Amontillado, Fortunato is unable to defeat Montresor, his human monster.
Also, in all three stories someone dies; but only in The Cask of Amontillado, the main character, who
is trying to overcome the monster, is the one who dies. The monsters in The Cask of Amontillado and
The Most Dangerous Game display psychopathic traits, while in The Sniper both the monster and the
main character are just trying to survive. All of these stories show how hard it is to face a human
monster, and try as you might, sometimes you can t overcome the monsters in your
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Scopes Trial Essay Thesis
The Scopes trial is a standout amongst the most well known trials in American history. The trial was a
lawful case in 1925 in which a substitute high school teacher, John Scopes, was charged with violating
Tennessee s Butler Act, which made it illegal to teach Darwinism in any state financed school. This
trial was a gathering between various polar opposites, for example, Fundamentalism and Modernism.
The fundamentalism and modernism conversion during the Scopes Trial had an extreme impact on the
American Education System. The Scopes trial was a trial over a misdemeanor offense by substitute
teacher John Scopes, but it ended up becoming an even huger trial between fundamentalist and
modernist. Modernist and fundamentalist were fighting for control of America s education system and
the result of the trial would have a drastic effect on Tennessee s education system. When the Butler
Act was passed in 1925, the ACLU (American Citizens Liberties Union) sent a press discharge to a
few Tennessee daily papers, publishing that they would give legitimate support, and so forth for a
teacher in Tennessee who would be eager to stand trial for having taught Darwinism in a government
funded school so an experiment could be mounted to test the established legitimacy of the Act. A
gathering of citizens in the residential area of Dayton acknowledged ACLU s offer, with the
expectation that the exposure encompassing the trial would help to switch the town s declining
fortunes. The group
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The Dab Research Paper
Somebody stop this madness! No, I m not talking about the presidency; that essay would exede the
three page limit. Rather, I m talking about a foolish trend that became a worldwide phenomena in
2016 and somehow managed to also sneak its way into 2017. Who would have thought that a simple
dance move like the Dab could cause an even bigger uproar than the president. The Dab found itself
more popular on social media than Donald Trump s 3 am tweets. In fact, the Dab has managed to find
a foothold worldwide. Yet, the general public does not truly understand what the Dab represents. Yet
the questions remains, what even is the Dab? The world watched as the ball dropped in times square
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One of the main perpetrators of the Dab comes not from the dancing scene but from the world of
sports. The Dab had only been a popular as a dance move but as Cam Newton embraced the Dab as
his new iconic touchdown celebration, its popularity skyrocketed. Cam Newton became the iconic
representation of the Dab as the Carolina Panthers rode an almost perfect season only falling short in
the 2016 Superbowl. To them, the Dab originally symbolized their success as a team throughout the
season and eventually their humiliation to the Denver Broncos following their defeat in the Super
Bowl. Soon people of all ages adapted the Dab into their own celebrations. Cam Newton isn t the only
person in the sports world that accounted for the global spread of the Dab. While Newton s dance
move created a phenomenon in america, soccer spread the Dab to the rest of the world. In a similar
manner to cam newton, soccer players expressed their joy of scoring a goal by bringing out the Dab.
Soon people all around the globe had caught onto this ridiculous fad. For these sports players, the Dab
does not signify their respect towards the hip hop world of America. Infact, because the Dab became
so popular in the world many people often became antagonized at its usage. As a result, Cam Newton
and other sports players often used their celebration to assert their dominance over the other team. The
Dab often was another method trash talk and way for players to get under their opponent s
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Managerial Accounting Chapter 5 Study Guide
Chapter 5: Internal Control over Financial Reporting
1. Internal control is a process designed to guarantee the achievement of the objectives of reliable
financial reporting, compliance with laws and regulations and ineffective and inefficient operations.
FALSE
2. Auditing standards require that the auditor exercise professional judgment and maintain
professional skepticism throughout the planning and performance of the audit.
TRUE
3. If internal controls are not enforced they are useless and can lead to waste and fraud.
TRUE
4. If an organization is too lenient in its treatment of employees who committed fraud, the control
environment will be seen as stronger than if the treatment were harsher.
FALSE
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FALSE 29. When control risk is assessed at a minimum level, the auditor assumes that the internal
controls are reliable in preventing or detecting material misstatements.
TRUE
30. Performing a walk through provides an auditor an understanding of the nature of processing in
important accounting applications.
TRUE
31. The payroll department should be responsible for signing payroll checks.
FALSE
32. A strong control environment can reduce all the financial reporting risks to zero.
FALSE
33. The auditor s preliminary assessment of control risk is based on an understanding of the control
system as it has operated in the past and is designed to operate.
TRUE
34. When control risk is assessed at less than maximum, the auditor must gain assurance that the
control procedures are effective.
TRUE
35. The auditor is obligated to report significant deficiencies in the control structure discovered during
an audit to the audit committee or its equivalent.
TRUE
36. One of the advantages of a computerized accounting system is that the computerized system
eliminates the need for internal controls.
FALSE
37. Transaction oriented controls should be tested using the guidelines developed for attribute testing
utilizing statistical sampling techniques.
TRUE
38. Control risk can be evaluated on a scale from high to low.
TRUE
39. Testing internal control for effectiveness is done in every audit.
FALSE
40.
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Danger Of Colored Food
The Dangers of Colored Food
What is naturally blue? The only one that comes to mind is blueberries, but are there any more. In
contrast the list of yellow and red fruits and vegetables is copious. So how can anything blue be
naturally colored when blueberries are the only pure food blue?(Gilman) Colored added to food is one
of the most regulated food ingredient; any color added to food is passed by the Food and Drug
Administration. But why are all these food dyes so bad. Color additions are what make food look
appetizing; It is said that we eat with our eyes as much as with our mouths .
The Dyes
Dyes are organic chemicals derived from petroleum or formerly derived from coal tar. (Kobylewski 1)
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The suggested ADI is 2.5 mg/kg bw/day. With this dye the dosage for a 30 kg child is 75 mg/day. It
was found in the study with the rats that 94 percent was excreted from the dogs. The Genotoxicity
studies turned up negative 6 out of 9 times and was only found to cause increase in bladder
transitional cell/ urothelial neoplasms and testes Leydig s tumors in high dose males . (Kobylewski 21
23 )
Orange B
The FDA approved Orange B in 2008 for usein only frankfurter and sausage casings. The casings
contain up to 150 ppm in the finished product. It was proposed to be banned by the FDA on October 3,
1978 but was never finalized due to that companies stopped using it anyways. (Kobylewski 24)
Red 3
The U.S. Department of Agriculture approved Red 3 in 1986 for use in food and drugs. It is a water
soluble dye with about a 58 percent iodine content. The suggested ADI is 2.5 mg/kg bw/day. With this
dye the child s dosage is 75 mg/day for a 30 kg child. The Genotoxicity studied turned up negative 8
out of 12 times.Red 3 is an animal carcinogen. (Kobylewski 25,27 )
Red
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Women Struggles During The 19th Century
Labarron Collins Professor Griffin ENG 251 02 25 September 2014 Women Struggles in the 19th
Century Since the beginning of time women have struggled to prove themselves to society so that
people understand they are just as good as men. However, society has made a mockery of women for
years. Using women for sex appeal and for personal gains. Women were those who stayed home
cleaning, took care of the children, and prepared meals for the family. This sounds quite familiar with
today s society, but women today aren t only limited to these things. Not only were women not
allowed to work outside of home, but voting was off limits also. On June 4, 1919 the 19th amendment
was passed by Congress. This honored all American women the right to vote. This Amendment was
approved on August 18th 1920. On account of women suffrage, women should be granted equal rights
politically and economically, especially after the hardship they faced. Because of their contributions to
society, women exclusively should be allowed to help the country grow at an economical standpoint
and politically while having the privilege of voting. At the beginning of the 19th century, the rights of
women were limited. She could not take custody of her children in the event of divorce (Muntone) .
This shows women had no power and men were in complete control. For example, today women
usually go through courts to fight for custody of their children after a nasty divorce. Back in the 19th
century this behavior
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Men Longing For The Male Gaze Analysis
All it takes is a simple drive down the highway or a quick view of a magazine stand to see dozens of
pictures of hypersexualized men and women advertising items like food or furniture or giving tips on
how to be thinner, beautiful, or younger. These images have been a constant for majority of people s
lives and so we as a society have become complacent to them, it is expected to only see very beautiful
people on television shows, commercials, and other forms of entertainment and advertising. Even as I
write this, I see a commercial for Amazon informing people that now they sell clothing, they did this
through attractive women seductively delivering boxes to doors. Children toys like dolls always show
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This is admittedly a horrible way to think and while the sexualization of people is bad, it s the only
form of sexual attention some women and men know so when they want to feel validated sexually
they will look for that reassurance from random strangers. Bartlett even states, Am I blessed to be
sexually invisible and given a reprieve from something that has troubled women for centuries? It
certainly does not feel that way. We want what others have, and in this instance it s to be sexualized
because we only see the positive side of being sexualized and have never experienced the horrible
things that come with
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Cnn Quiz Show Analysis
As the 2015 summer television season is slowly coming to a close within the next few weeks, today s
article will take a retrospective look at the highs, the lows and everything else in between of the game
shows that have aired within the past three months. Some of game show highlights include moments
from Celebrity Family Feud, BattleBots, 500 Questions and Race To Escape.
The Good
The indisputable winner among the new game shows to premiere this summer is undoubtedly ABC s
Celebrity Family Feud. Hosted by Steve Harvey, the spinoff series pit celebrity families against each
other for a chance to win up $25,000 for their selected charities. This season, we have seen an array of
stars compete on the revived series from comedy legends Vicki ... Show more content on
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As with Geeks Who Drink, Race To Escape s average ratings can be attributed to its poor time slot
placement (Saturdays at 10:00pm). Although the show has yet to emerge from the bottom 50 of the
top 100 Saturday cable original shows among Adults 18 49 (highest ranking: 68th), Race To Escape s
decent total viewership ratings, respective to their primetime network average, the show could see a
second year of new episodes on Science
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Grapes Of Wrath Transcendentalism
In John Steinbeck s 1939 novel, The Grapes of Wrath, the theme of family is explored. Steinbeck
follows a family of migrants moving westward during the Great Depression/Dust Bowl era, and
chronicles their experiences as they live through overly inferior conditions. In Chapter Seventeen of
the novel, Steinbeck discusses what life is like generally for migrant families as they journey out west.
It becomes the norm for families to set up camp each night with other families and share their food
and experiences. The migrants set up their own rules for their society and through these rules, the
audience can understand how these people wish to be governed. Their ideals are very similar to the
ideals of Henry David Thoreau, a transcendentalist author, poet, philosopher, and historian. In an
essay entitled Civil Disobedience, Thoreau ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The migrants in Steinbeck s novel have similar beliefs, but also have differing opinions regarding the
function of government. Both Steinbeck and Thoreau agree that in a society, there should be no ranks,
and everyone should be equal and united in order for the society to function properly. When referring
to how the unity of the migrants started, Steinbeck says, In the evening a strange thing happened: the
twenty families became one family, the children were the children of all. The loss of home became
one loss, and the golden time in the West was one dream, (Steinbeck 264). The migrants didn t have a
lot of possessions when they moved westward. They were all very impoverished, so there was nothing
they had that others didn t that would lead
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Similarities Between Freak The Mighty
Freak the Mighty is a very unique story. The book and the movie are both enjoyable. It is easy just to
find similarities between the book and the movie. The similarities between the book and movie are
very intriguing. Freak the Mighty the book and The Mighty the movie have many similarities. Also
some of the similarities are that they play with the ornithopter in both the movie and the book, Freak
and Max became friends, and Freak always sat on Max s shoulders. Those are some of the similarities
between the movie and the book. Freak the Mighty the book and The Mighty the movie also have
many differences. Also some of the differences were loretta s purse had money in it in the book not the
movie, at school
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Themes And Reflection Of The Allegory Of Young Goodman Brown
1) What is the tone of this passage? Which words convey this tone? Despite the sporadic shift in of
tone with words such as brightening and sunshine, the overall passage is very somber and serious. The
authors use of dark, sorrow, lamentations, and black mass, to describe the situation presented the
events as deceitful and wicked.
2) Where does the author use imagery? The author uses imagery in the passage more than once. For
example, the lines black mass of cloud and hid the brightening stars, suggest that the cloud deprives
the forest of it s of light. The imagery suggests that the forest is now dark and therefore gives the
reader an ominous feeling about the events to come.
3) What is the theme of this passage? The theme of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Strictly speaking, this means that Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote this short story to reveal that people are
not permanently good or permanently evil.
Symbolism: The forest in the story symbolizes evil and corruption because according to Puritan
beliefs, the forest is the home of the devil. This is important to the story because Goodman Brown
does encounter evil inside of the forest instead of in the village.
Situational Irony: Situational irony is seen when Goodman Brown hides in the forest to avoid being
seen by Goody Cloyse. Goody Cloyse, his catechism teacher, is known as holy among the villagers.
The reader expects Goody Cloyse to be surprised and afraid upon encountering the old man, but the
opposite happened she walked with him. This is situational irony because the reader expected Cloyse
to avoid evil rather than joining into communion with it.
Dramatic Irony: In the short story Young Goodman Brown, Nathaniel Hawthorne used dramatic irony
to foreshadow dark events that would occur later that night through Faith s dreams. The reader can
assume that Faith s nightmares anticipate Goodman Brown s unholy actions in the
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Living in a Fallen Societies
Would you like to live in a world where your leader is murdering millions of people, well this was
Nazi Germany. Thankfully we don t have to live through that anymore. Why? Because faults in the
society lead to its failure.All societies fail, but why? Corrupt leaders, lack of resources, and failure in
security can all lead to the downfall of a society. Now not all societies fail for these reasons, but Nazi
Germany, ancient India, Rome, and the Glade, a fiction society in The Maze Runner book by James
Dashner, have. The are usually many faults in our government and every government whatever type of
government it is. Leaders are very important in a society because everyone looks up to the leader, but
what happens when the leader is corrupted? Bad things happen when a leader is corrupted, It
happened in Germany and in The Maze Runner. In the Glade they have a council of Keepers who run
the government. The Keepers are like the CEO of one of the many jobs at the Glade. The Keepers
make the laws and vote on issues. Gally is one of the Keepers on the council. Gally is a bully. He
threatened to kill Tomas more than once and has hurt other citizens in the Glade. Gally also does not
respect their government system. He wants to be the only leader. All of the leaders need to be on the
same page, so everything can work right. In this case it wasn t, which is why the Glade fell.
During the Nazi Germany era, Hitler started out nice but abused his political power and became a
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After Watching the Documentary Food Inc.
Watching the documentary Food Inc, there were a few points that stood out most to me. I think one of
the most important concerns that were brought up is the consumers not knowing the truth behind the
food. Whether there is actual harm in our food or not, we still need to know what is going into our
food. The harm that may actually be inside our food can be caused by how easy it is to produce crap
food now days. Making mass produced food is a lot easier than it has been in the past because genetics
have changed animals into growing faster and fatter. This causes harm to the environment by creating
factories for these foods to be made, which causes pollution by emitting many CO2 gasses. However
this isn t a concern for the producer. The producer is mainly focused on money they receive even if it
causes harm to the environment or the consumers. The use of pesticides and other substances are used
in foods, whether it s in the production of corn growing or in the food in general to help keep germs
out. This also causes harm to the consumer and environment that we should be aware of.
Throughout the film Food Inc, I noticed there were quite a few subtitles stating ... declined to
interview for this film. This made me ask myself to why they chose not to interview for this
documentary. This goes along the lines of point number one. All of the companies which preferred not
to interview for this film are hiding information from the consumers, information that would make us
not want to
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Hi-Ho Yo-Yo, Inc
Running Head: HI HO YO YO INC.
Case Study: Hi Ho Yo Yo, Inc.
First Come First Serve (FCFS): This is a service policy that is based on attaining the customers or
clients, in order to their arrival or request. It means that, the one who comes earlier would be given
priority in the sequence of their arrival. FCFS discipline of service delivery does not take any other
parameter into consideration like quantity, monetary value of the order, etc. If we select this method of
delivery to our clients, we are bound to release the order in the sequence of date (Greasley, 2008).
Shortest Processing Time (SPT): This process of scheduling is used for completion of work within the
due date. This method emphasizes on processing with the job ... Show more content on
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We should adopt the policy of Backward Scheduling, while using this method, because the due date is
given in this case and we are supposed to plan our work schedule, such that we can meet the
commitments of due date.
Critical Ratio Method: As we know that Critical Ratio method prioritize the work as per their
significance, and take into consideration two critical factors, one when the work is required to be
completed to meet the deadline and the second factor is how much time is required to complete the
work. The use of this method for meeting the due date would lower the average work flow time,
compared to First Come and First Serve method and Due Date method, but higher when compared to
Shortest Processing Time. The average tardiness is lower than FMFS method and SPT method but
higher than Due Date method.
Recommendation
After the analysis of all the four methods and evaluating their pros and cons of using them, we can
find out that it would be wise to use Shortest Processing Time method. When we compare this method
to other three methods, for meeting the commitments of our clients regarding due date, we can easily
observe that this method is best suitable in present context. We have to deliver the order of our clients
within a relatively short span of time with respect to the flow of work. As this method has the lowest
average work flow time, although it has a bit higher average
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A New Age of Music Piracy
Andrew Vaccarezza
Dr. Keith Bohm
Music 129, section 2
12 July 2007
A New Age of Music Piracy
A thief can be defined in many different ways. The American Heritage Dictionary of the English
Language states a thief is one whom commits theft. So one might ask, what exactly is theft? Theft is
defined as the felonious taking and removing of personal property with intent to deprive the rightful
owner of it (The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language). Now most people who
participate in music piracy do not consider themselves thieves. The definition of a theft is flawed in
many ways. Most of the time people do not contain on factor of being a thief, this factor is depriving
the rightful owner of the property stolen. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
This is the Piracy Deterrence and Education Act that is being considered in the House Judiciary
Subcommittee on Intellectual Property. This act would mostly attack peer to peer networks and force
the FBI and the U.S. Copyright Office to develop anti piracy programs (AFM). Since 2003 the RIAA
has aggressively pursued music pirates on the internet who have contributed to a substantial amount of
illegal downloading. They have won hundreds of guilty pleas averaging a reported $3000 per case
settlement (Dean). RIAA President, Cary Sherman stated the legal actions taken by the record
companies have been effective in educating the American public that illegal file sharing of
copyrighted material has significant consequences. Consumers are increasingly attracted to the host of
compelling legal online music alternatives. These lawsuits help to foster an environment that provides
a level playing field for these services to succeed. Without leaders such as Cary Sherman, the fight
against music piracy would fail along with the music industry.
Although there are many people and organizations involved in the fight against music piracy, there are
many road blocks standing in the way. In 1984 there was a Supreme Court ruling which protected
Sony Betamax from being held liable for circulating copyright violations through the use of video
cassette recorders. The courts ruled that the recorders had
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Gatorade s Short Independent Clause
Compared to Rovell, Mattern chose to use very basic sentence structures that would be easy for a
juvenile level reader to understand. Mattern often uses short independent clauses that include a variety
of subject, verb, and object sentence constructions. Which on occasion include limited use of
dependent clauses creating a complex sentence. Mattern However, in doing so she missed several
critical events in Gatorade s history that aid in telling a more complete story. For example So by 1971,
UF filed a lawsuit against Cade and the other doctors. Finally in July 1972, the doctors agreed to give
the school 20 percent of Gatorade s total earnings. (Mattern, 21). When she explains the lawsuit
between Robert Cade and the University of Florida over
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Clean Your Slacks Dry Cleaned Is Hell ! Essay
Having your slacks dry cleaned is hell! It takes days for them to be cleaned, you pay, on average, $4
$5 per slack, and on top of that you don t always get back what you give them. I don t even want to
talk about how poorly some dry cleaners handle your slacks.
Starting today, you ll no longer have to deal with cleaners. You won t have to be that person who
spends a chunk of their salary every year just to get their slacks back in poor conditions. Now, you can
walk into your pantry and grab simple, everyday household items to make your slacks look as though
you just bought them from the store.
Before we walk through the steps necessary for you to clean your slacks, we ll first discuss the items
you ll need. You ll need your slacks, baking soda, vinegar, lemon juice, a bowl, a lathering brush, and
laundry detergent. You ll also need a washing machine with a hand wash setting, a hanger and/or
drying machine with an air dry or air fluff setting, and a clothing iron that preferably has a steam
producing function and a flat surface to use it on. If you don t have baking soda, vinegar, lemon juice,
laundry detergent, a bowl, or a lathering brush, these items can be purchased at most grocery stores, as
well as some convenience stores for around $2 $6. A very basic clothing iron with a steam producing
function can be bought from most chain grocery stores or household appliance stores for around $10
$35. If you don t have a washing machine and/ or a drying machine at your
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How To Write A Sociology Paper. How To Write A Socio

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  • 2. The Discovery Of The Earth s Magnetic Field The Earth s magnetic field The discovery of the Earth s magnetic field Over 2000 years ago, the Chinese discovered that lodestone, a naturally magnetised iron ore, would align itself in a north south direction. Hundreds of years later, they discovered that their compasses didn t point true north and in fact that this position changed with time. The compass was first used for navigation in the 11th 12th century, only arriving in Europe towards the end of this period. Then, in 1600, William Gilbert (Figure 1.1) published De Magnete, Magnetisque Corporibus, et de Magno Magnete Tellue (On the Magnet and Magnetic Bodies, and on the Great Magnet the Earth). He concluded that the Earth itself was magnetic with a centre of iron, and this is why a compass would point north. Figure 1.1 William Gilbert (1544 1603) , author of De Magnete, the first printed book written by an academically trained scholar based almost entirely on actual observation and experiment . The structure of the Earth s Magnetic Field The Earth s magnetic field can in fact be closely approximated by a magnetic dipole at its centre, tilted by 11˚ to the Earth s rotational axis, Figure 1.2. The south pole of this magnetic dipole actually points northwards such that the north pole on a compass will point towards northwards, and more precisely, to the Earth s magnetic north pole. The magnetic field strength decreases from the poles towards the equator. Currently the field is 56 µT at the magnetic north ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. APA Reflection Paper My colleague is lacking evidence for her overall research question. Her research draft is not arranged in proper order and her in text citations are not in proper APA form. The source page contains credible sources from academic journals to actual research case studies. I recommended her to look up the in text citation form on Purdue Owl or to go to the Writing Center in regards of citation since she does have the sources, she only needs to apply in text citation on some parts of her paper. Another thing I recommended was to go over her outline and rearranged her order, I told her that she could start by giving the audience a little feedback about her research and then explaining the importance of therapy and the benefits a person receives ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Affordable Health Care I too believe that healthcare should be a right for all citizens. Health is defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a state of complete physical, mental, and social well being (Macionis, 2015, p. 267). Preventative and acute care is important to maintain health and is needed by everyone in the world. Since the creation of the Affordable Care Act many have argued the negative repercussions of the program often neglecting the positives. The fact is, most working adults (59.5%) are offered insurance for themselves and their families at a discounted rate through their employers (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2013). Despite a 10% decline in employers that offer insurance compared to 2011, the option is still available for half of the working population (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2013). Small business owners that employ fifty or more employees are eligible to provide subsidized health insurance for their employees (HealthCare.gov, 2016). In addition, 30.1% of American s utilize either Medicaid or Medicare, a government program that aids or supplements insurance cost ( Medicare and Medicaid, Age and Income Random Samplings, 2013) . The Affordable Care Act asks that the other 8.4% of the population purchase health care through the marketplace where they are able to select and tailor their health care ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Is it with the government, with employers that chose not to offer health insurance to their employees, or with the insurance companies that charge enormous rates to increase their profits? In my opinion, it lies with the insurance companies. Their bottom line is profit! If the rates provided were truly affordable everyone would have access to health care and it would truly be a right. However, private insurance companies, a multi billion dollar business, is invested in the profitability of illness not keeping people healthy. The Affordable Care Act is working to eliminate health care disparity leading to a healthier ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Yellowstone Youth Conservation Corps My first glimpse at the Yellowstone Youth Conservation Corps occurred through a counselor at my high school. Upon visiting the program s website, I was amazed at how well the program fit my career goals and current interests. I am currently very interested in reforestation and the effects of meat consumption on deforestation and climate change. Beginning next year, I plan on double majoring in Environmental Science and Biology, and I want a career in Conservation and/or Biodiversity. YCC is an ideal opportunity because it enables me to involve myself in activities oriented towards my career. Because I am dually enrolled in my high school and Western Kentucky University, I have benefitted from many opportunities to discover my passions and pursue Biology. I am currently involved in Undergraduate Biology Research and have completed several biology courses ranging from Anatomy and Physiology to Evolutionary Biology and Biodiversity in Costa Rica. Because of my favorable academic circumstances, I have had many opportunities in the field of biology, but I have obtained fewer experiences in Environmental issues. However, I am still passionate about the environment, and especially lifestyle changes that would reduce detriments to the Earth. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I loved experiencing the daily life of a biologist at the National Parks I visited. In Costa Rica, I worked with the endangered Leatherback Sea Turtles, Butterfly Biodiversity, and Oak Reforestation efforts in Cloudbridge Nature Reserve. I would love to grow my passion and knowledge of Conservation and preserving the environment by working Yellowstone National Park. I love traveling and visiting new places. While I have certainly learned of Yellowstone previously, I have yet to experience the park for myself. I hope to extend my love and experience in Conservation to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. The Importance Of Women During The Gallipoli Campaign Page 1 title page Chapter 3 THE ANZACS IN WW1 2 index page Page Number What Is On The Page 1 Title Page 2 Index Page 3 Why did Australia go go to Gallipoli? What was the aim of the Dardanelles campaign? 4 Describe the landing on 25th April 1915. 5 Explain the conditions at Gallipoli for the Anzacs 6 Describe the role of women during the Gallipoli campaign. 7 Describe one battle in depth eg Lone Pine or the Nek 8 How and why did Australians evacuate? 9 How has Gallipoli helped shape Australia, an understanding of who we are, and the larrikin spirit? 10 Conclusion section that links back to driving question and explains why ANZAC legend continues today 11 Bibliography/primary and secondary source 12 Source Question 3) Why did ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The high hills and rough terrain that surrounded them was not what they were told to prepare and expect. The initial plan had failed. The Turkish occupied the higher ground having an advantage over the ANZACs, who had to create tunnels/trenches with the sea right behind them. 5 ) Explain the conditions at Gallipoli for the Anzacs. The ANZAC s arrived in Gallipoli during the late spring season. The weather was different to what the soldiers were used to back under the hot Australian sun. Half way through the year the weather became hot. Plagues and diseases carried by fleas and flies, were spread around. Soldiers/Troops that arrived in perfect health conditions, were very soon seen developing and suffering from from health problems; dysentery, diarrhoea, gastroenteritis and infestations of lice. Water was supplied from Egypt, but it was never enough, therefore it was near impossible to keep clean, and stay hygienic. Germs, plagues and diseases were spread due to the lack of cleanliness. Toilets were large, deep holes in the ground. By October, troops experienced the harsh,bitter winter cold. This poor lack of hygiene, led to around 20% of the men sick from diseases. During the war the ANZACs had to face terrible conditions, from the constant noise of machine guns, bullets, cramped and dirty places, hunger, thirst, tiredness, deaths of soldiers, diseases, smell, unsanitary food. 6) Describe the role of women during the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. How Does The Help Change The Whole World That one question. That one question that changes everything. That one question that changes your whole world. This is what happened in The Help by Kathryn Stockett. The Help takes place in the 1960 s in a very racist little town. Skeeter, a white privileged lady, speaks up and writes a book exposing racial injustices. She writes a book with the help of black maids to bring about change. Change begins with a whisper is shown as Celia Foote finds confidence in herself to accept her faults. Celia found a confidence in herself that she never knew she had. She had gone through many struggles growing up in Sugar Ditch and then thinking her husband didn t love her. Celia felt like she wasn t good enough because she wasn t the perfect wife or because she couldn t have children. Celia, at the end of the book, finally accepts that she can t have children and that Johnny is ok with it. Minnie also helps her build her cooking skills, but also just helps her as a friend. When Johnny finally finds out about Minnie (and Celia knows he knows), Celia has a giant weight lifted off her shoulder. She finally changes the way she lives. She actually starts getting out of bed and accepts that nobody will ever call her ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This is a change I would like to see in our school like Skeeter wanted to change people actions and thoughts. School start time is so very early in the morning. People have early bird classes, early practices, early meetings, early everything. If the start time of school was pushed back you would have more time to fit in those activities without having to wake up at 5 am. Students focus better when they have more sleep and test scores would improve. Many students have so many activities at night, they can t just go to bed earlier. If school started even just a half hour later, that would be a half hour more they could be alert and attentive in school. Changing the school start time would be a great change that should be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Presentation of Idealised Lifestyles in Editorial and... Presentation of Idealised Lifestyles in Editorial and Advertisements of Magazines The two magazines I have chosen to compare for this coursework are Hello! Magazine, September 21st 2004 and Nuts Magazine, Thursday 1st October 2004 . I have decided on these two magazines because they are aimed at two greatly different audiences. Hello! Magazine was first published to the public on the January of 1990. This was a time when Hello! was more then just information of celebrities and their lifestyles. The audience, as today s, was still mainly women readers. [IMAGE] This is quite an old front page of Hello! It has one main story and five sub stories. However, if you compare this edition ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... On the cover, it has a big picture of a famous wedding that took place that week, and the cover story has lots of brilliant photos of the occasion, making the reader feel that they were invited and saw all the action of the day. It also has lots of interviews with other famous starts, including a lady who still looks very, very well at 70 years old, and Donny Osmond in his house with his family. All the stories are aimed at the 25 40 s and wouldn t suit any other audience, old or young. It does have a few adverts, advertising perfume, house interior and food. This is appropriate advertising in this magazine. If it had adverts on football boots costing £99, it would be a waste of space and the makers would not make any profit at all. It would be getting the audience wrong and would show un professionalism. In all the pictures, apart from the photos that where not organized with the celebrity, the people involved in the photo are always looking into the camera lens and smiling. This makes the person look like they are smiling at you and shows that in the interview, they were upbeat, friendly and having a good time. In the interviews, the author/interviewer describes every detail of the moment; expressions, actions, the way they said their sentence, making the reader picture this interview. The reader gets the pleasure to see some of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Heroes Every Child Should Know Perseus And The Miser The Greek fables that were written in the past still inspire us today. Well lets just say that their are a lot of lessons inside of these fables and myths that can inspire people today and people can learn a lot of lessons from it. For example, in some fables the greeks teach a lesson about appreciating and cherishing what one has before it is won t have them and when they are gone you will want to have them back again. Some fables that support this claim is The Hen and The Golden Eggs , Heroes Every Child Should Know Perseus and The Miser . These are some fables that can teach people to appreciate and cherish things before they are gone and some myths that show that how to use things appropriatly and to use things usefully. The Greeks ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The fable is Heroes Every Child Should Know Perseus this fable had the people cherish their things and use them appropriately like Perseus. Perseus had to go on a quest to defeat an evil enemy named MEDUSA she was a very ugly lady who had lots of fangs on her head and Perseus had to cut her head off. He was nervous about it but he accepted the task so he was given lots of equipment to help him like a sword that can cut off medusa s head and some sandals that could make him fly all the way to Medusa. When he was fighting Medusa he remembered everything that he had and the advice he got so that in the end he had cut off Medusa s head and had survived this very frightening mission. In this myth Perseus used his things appripriatly and use them usefully, unlike the other fables that had people disrespecting their things. In conclusion the ancient greek myths and fables still inspire and teach lessons to people today by showing us some consequences the fables and myths had. Some bad consequences were like in The Miser and The Hen and The Golden Eggs when they lost their chance to have something good but did not because they did not make the right choice. Some good choices that happened is in Perseus because in that story he was thinking and used his resources wisely and in the end he had accomplished his mission. So to wrap it up the lesson is to appreciate and cherish things ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Nuclear Bomb Dbq Research Question: How was the dropping of the nuclear bomb seen however valid and political focal points of society with the goal to prevent socialism? Secondary Sources: Morton, L. (1957). The decision to use the atomic bomb. Foreign Affairs, 35(2), 334 353. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.snhu.edu/login?url=http://www.jstor.org/stable/20031230 Harper, J. (2007). Secrets revealed, revelations concealed: A secret city confronts its environmental legacy. The George Washington University Institute for Ethnographic Research, 80(1), 39 64. Retrieved fromhttp://ezproxy.snhu.edu/login?url=http://www.jstor.org/stable/4150943 Historical Context: In 1957, the United States was amidst the Cold War battle with the Soviet Union. During this time, McCarthyism ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They incorporate petitions to the president focusing on worries of the welfare of the country if the bomb was to be utilized. The premise of using the bomb indicated different nations how capable the United States was. There was a discussion of the decimation of the Japanese urban communities and how the United States ought not to depend on the utilization of the nuclear bomb. The auxiliary sources are glancing back at archives and endeavoring to choose what was the proper activity. Experiencing the essential source archives, it encourages you to comprehend the perspective and battles of those included at the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Nervous System Case Study The formation of the nervous system requires a balance between proliferation, differentiation and migration of neural progenitors, resulting in a neural network that mediates both behaviors and autonomic functions. Here, we identified an exon junction complex protein , RBM8a, as a positive regulator of embryonic neural progenitor cell proliferation and differentiation. We determined that RBM8a knockdown leads to increased migration of neural progenitor cells (NPCs) to the cortical plate (CP), depletion of the NPC pool, and a decrease in the number of cells in the S phase of the cell cycle. Conversely, RBM8a overexpression leads to decreased migration of NPCs to the CP, expansion of the progenitor pool, and increased proliferation. In order ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... We determined that knockout of RBM8a in interneuron progenitors alone led to some changes in their distribution, but this effect was significantly less profound as when compared to the deletion of RBM8a from all NSCs. Therefore, we concluded that the phenotype is likely caused by some changes in intrinsic properties, but conceivably as a result of extrinsic cues from excitatory neurons and other cell types. To determine if the pyramidal cells in the cortex have normal electrophysiological properties, we conducted spontaneous transmitter recordings from putative pyramidal cells in the somatosensory cortex of Nes cre;RBM8afl/+ mice. Pyramidal cells in the cortex of these knockout mice have a significant decrease in spontaneous inhibitory post synaptic current (sIPSC) frequency, but no changes in sIPSCamplitude, or spontaneous excitatory post synaptic current (sEPSC) frequency or amplitude. This indicates deficits in the presynaptic but not postsynaptic neurons. Deficits could include fewer synaptic vesicles being released or the synaptic vesicles containing less transmitters inside. Given our findings that these mice have fewer PV+ and NPY + cells, we posit that cortical interneurons are releasing normal amounts of GABA, indicating that the change in frequency results from the decrease in interneuron number. However, more experiments need to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. The Lost Puppy Companies and Advertising Advertisements are made especially to grab the viewer s attention in any way possible. Many companies use images to try and trigger their viewers emotions or facts to attempt to establish credibility and get consumers to purchase their product or to grasp the message they are trying to get across. Companies like Budweiser and Kleenex achieve their advertising goals by using ethos, pathos, and logos. The Lost Puppy Budweiser commercial did a very good job at reaching their viewers on an emotional level.This advertisement started at a clydesdale farm, which is Budweiser s signature animal, with a white lab puppy. Of course viewers are going to be captivated by the adorable lab pup. As the commercials continues the pup get lost and goes on a journey back home. When the pup is almost home a wolf approaches which concerns the viewer s because it seems like inevitable death for the young lab. Until the clydesdale s appear and save the day and they all walk back home. What a sweet nail biting commercial right? That is the whole point Budweiser has their audience so caught up in this cute little puppy they do not even realize they are being sold an idea. Budweiser is trying to get their viewers to look at their product as a family product that establishes unbreakable bonds. They use pathos to plant this idea of a sweet little puppy with their brand so when their buyers see their product at the store that is what they associate it with. This particular ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Responses For The Child And Her Father Anticipated responses for the child and her father might very different. The child may cope by acting out, being emotionally dysregulated, having eating or sleep disturbances, brooding or withdrawing, being restless or unable to be still, taking on too much responsibility or developmentally, emotionally and physically, regressing (Bugge, Darbyshire, Røkholt, Haugstvedt, Helseth, 2014). The child who witnesses a death may be afraid they or another family member will die in the same way. They may also be actively avoiding painful memories or suppressing their needs being afraid to cause more trouble (Bugge, et al., 2014). The process of grieving is complicated by the tasks of the developmental stage that child is going through, the relationship with the deceased, their coping skills including support systems, and the circumstances of the death (Slyter, 2012). She is in Erikson s stage of Industry versus Inferiority, so the clinician might see her express the thought that she has done something wrong that caused her mother s death. The father, although he can express his grief more directly, may find that he has conflicting feelings about processing his grief and simultaneously attending to his daughter s needs. He may go through the five stages of grief as proposed by Kubler Ross (Corr, 2015). These stages include denial, or shock; anger; bargaining; depression; and acceptance, or moving forward. These stages may occur in any order, or not at all. They can also ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Mirrors In Black Mirror, By Charli Charlie Brooker In our 21st century reality, new media and technology has transformed, with little resistance, almost every aspect of daily life; redefining our reality. From plasma screens to monitors to smartphones, we are constantly face to face with the black screens of our devices, or black mirrors . Canadian professor, Marshall Mcluhan described media as artificial extensions of sensory existence, ; meaning, each media technology functions as a prosthetic, working in conjunction with our minds and bodies, allowing us to perceive more and reshaping our perception of the world (1969). This approach emphasises the impossibility of fully understanding social and cultural changes in society without understanding how media works as environments (Griffin, 2011). ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Archetypes In Little Miss Sunshine The movie Little Miss Sunshine showcases six different archetypes commonly found in road trip movies. Each of the archetypes are completely different from each together and help each other in all of their toughest moments. Olive in the movie Little Miss Sunshine falls under the maiden archetype due to her childlike demure. Olive at the Little Miss Sunshine beauty pageant really shows how much of a maiden she really by showing how no matter how fierce the competition is compared to her Olive still has no idea that the audience will not react well to her performance; looking through rose colored glasses (Schmidt 90). The film goes out of its way to represent how out of place the Hoover family really is such as in the scene where all the girls are lined up dipped in sparkles with smiles from ear to ear as a creep is singing them the national anthem, Olive is the only one that finds this weird and even with that Olive is still confidence she will win. Before she is even performing her Father wants to shelter her from embarrassing herself instead of letting her have fun her parents hide all ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She tells her parents about how he would not awake up. When the family is at the hospital Olive still does not get it and comforts her mother like the wonderful listener she is (Schmidt 90). Olive is the only person in that family who has the ability to cheer up her Mother because her brother cannot talk her Uncle is depressed and is going through problems with the Dad. The whole family is affected, but pull it together for her. Her brother also knows this and asks Olive on a notepad to hug the Mother instead of him. It is also because of Olive that the family decides to steal the Grandpa body and bury him in California to get to the pageant. The family is motivated to leave for Olive and without her they would of had stayed in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Brutal Honesty In keeping with the theme of brutal honesty that I have taken with this application, I don t want to pretend that I was a model student in high school. I am a person who has, in the past, made mistakes and poor decisions but I am not that person today. I want to show you who I am and what I can do, but I must emphasize the person that I used to be in order to do that. I was not an A student (or even a B student) in high school. I did not take any AP courses, I was not part of any extracurricular activities, and I did not get involved with any student government associations. It just wasn t who I was in high school. I was directionless and unmotivated to succeed in my education; however, those experiences provided me with the baseline on which to measure my intellectual development. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I took a job on a whim based on a recommendation from a friend. As time passed, and I had been working consistently for a few years, I found myself at an interesting vantage point. I looked back at that directionless high schooler and found that I no longer recognized him. I had matured and my mentality had changed. I think back to this moment, which I remember vividly, as the point where the fire within me was ignited and I realized the full potential of my own self possessed motivation. I understood that I alone had the power to push myself forward. I dove headfirst into my career and the path toward higher ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. American Revolution And Religion The Revolutionary period had much more substance to it than meets the eye. Although it is often looked at as just Americans creating the United States of America, that is not the only perspective that should be taken away from the American Revolution. It should be recognized more as Englishmen, as Anglo Protestants, getting away from England. There are numerous diverse perspectives and events that shaped the American Revolution. Some of the most imperative instances are Religion, Anglo Americans, the Intolerable Acts and taxes, and the role of the Tories. One of the most overlooked perspective of the popular view has to do with religion. The eighteenth century colonists had a plethora of options to choose from when it came to religion. Many ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... These people were called Tories. Tories, also known as loyalists, were colonists that stayed faithful to Britain during the Revolutionary War. They consisted of royal officials, wealthy merchants, conservative urban lawyers, people who disliked pro revolution citizens, southern slaves who looked to Britain in hope of freedom, and a multitude of Indian tribes. Contrary to popular view, one could argue that the American Revolution was not only a fight between the Patriots and the British, but it was really a civil war between the Rebels and the Tories. The fight between the Rebels and the Tories can be described as brutal because of the guerilla warfare, brigade war, tarring and feathering, and killings that were exhibited between the two sides. According to Tories: Fighting For the King in America s First Civil War, General Nathanael Greene stated, The division among the people is much greater than I imagined and the Whigs and Tories persecute each other, with little less than savage fury. There is nothing but murders and devastation in every quarter. (Thomas Allen p. 1). The Tories main concern was stability, which the British could provide to them unlike the rebels. Many times, this would divide families because they would disagree on whether they wanted to be a Tory or a Rebel. Additionally, if they decided to ultimately be a Tory, they would join the British army to fight against the Patriots or flee to Canada or back to England. Although their role in the American Revolution was to support the British, even with the Tories help, the British were still ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. The Gospel Of Biblical Worldview Benchmark Assignment: Gospel Essentials Biblical Worldview is composed of a number of essential elements. Including God who created the World, the human race that He created, the Son of God, and His death on the Cross which Christians believe was the debt Christ paid for the forgiveness of mankind s sinful nature. This poses the question: what are the basic beliefs and generalizations to a Christian worldview, and is Christianity nothing but ancient tradition and biblical dogma, or is it more than that. Is there some level of truth to life changing transformations Christians claim are the direct result of a relationship with an omnipotent being whom they refer to as God? God God is the creator of the Earth, Genesis 1:1 states: In the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A human is fundamentally a dialogue between body and spirit (Swidler, 2014:2). Our sin nature comes from the point when The LORD God made all kinds of trees grow out of the ground trees that were pleasing to the eye and good for food. In the middle of the garden were the tree of life and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. (Genesis 2:9, NIV) This tree that God created will later be used as a tool to enable humanity s initial fall. Now the serpent was craftier than any of the wild animals the LORD God had made. He said to the woman, Did God really say, You must not eat from any tree in the garden ? The woman said to the serpent, We may eat fruit from the trees in the garden, but God did say, You must not eat fruit from the tree that is in the middle of the garden, and you must not touch it, or you will die. You will not ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Cistern Yard Research Paper American outlaw country music singer, David Allen Coe once stated, it is not the beauty of a building you should look at; it s the construction of the foundation that will stand the test of time. Many colleges and universities across the country have famous and iconic landmarks which hold years of history. Cistern Yard, the most iconic College of Charleston land mark is home to more than 200 years of history, and has been the roots of the school since its founding in 1770. While the school itself is more than 200 years old, the Cistern Yard was the grounds for new beginnings, has withstood a war, and has been the main focal point for many different movies and tv shows. Founded in 1770, the College of Charleston was a higher education institute ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Data Center Network Design Using Metrics And Their Results... Abstract Data centers are physical or virtual repositories for storing, managing and accessing data. Data center network (DCN) is the interconnection between the data centers. There are several existing architectures for the interconnections between these data centers. Several aspects are taken into consideration while designing data center network architecture. This paper shows analysis of several data center network architectures using metrics and their results on different network topologies. For security and routing data centers can use a hardware approach called Forwarding Unit or deploy middleboxes in the networks. Keywords component; formatting; style; styling; insert (key words) I. INTRODUCTION Conventional systems were too complex to operate and maintain. Many cables were required to connect all the components, and methods to accommodate and organize the data. A single mainframe required a great deal of power, and had to be cooled to avoid overheating. Security became important and computers were expensive. Data centers were then introduced where collectively data was stored and maintained. Data collection increased rapidly over years, which led to an increase in data centers. Communication between these servers became difficult and complex. For an efficient communication between the servers many architectures were proposed. Data center architectures and requirements can differ significantly. With data availability and security at stake, managing and storing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. New York City And Los Angeles Being on opposite sides of the country, New York City and Los Angeles are two very similar, yet two very different cities. Each city has its own ambience and atmosphere. People take pleasure in one of them based on their personal preference and things available to them at each location. New York City and Los Angeles are easily compared and contrasted based upon their weather, jobs, and style of living. New York City has four seasons: spring, summer, fall, and winter. Each season brings upon different weather. The spring season in NYC is very pleasant. The temperatures can range from 42 to 62 degrees Fahrenheit depending on the winter before. New York City s summer season is usually steaming hot, with temperatures reaching 90 degrees in the months of June, July, and August. When fall rolls around, the temperatures start dropping. The fall season is full of beautiful colors and sights, with temperatures ringing in anywhere from 50 to 70 degrees. The dreaded winter season is the coldest of them all with temperatures dipping below freezing and sometimes below zero (Weather Facts New York City). However, Los Angeles weather can be very different. With Los Angeles being in Southern California, it does not have many weather changes throughout the year. Most of the time, Los Angeles sees sunny skies and temperatures at 75 degrees. Southern California s climate has often been described as perfect (DISCOVER LOS ANGELES). As you can tell, NYC and L.A. have very different ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Comparing Poems My Last Duchess And Porphyria s Lover Robert Browning, a Victorian poet, is well known for his use of dramatic monologue. Robert Browning use of dramatic monologue in his poems, Porphyria s Lover and My Last Duchess separates the speaker from the poet and allows the reader to use the speaker s words to uncover Browning s actual meaning (Greenblatt 1275). By using the dramatic monologue, in his poems Porphyria s Lover and My Last Duchess, Browning depicts the gender roles of the patriarchal society as seen during the Victorian era. As stated before, the Victorian era was a patriarchal society. A patriarchal society is a society in which men have all of the power and women have little to none. In the Victorian society, women had no rights or freedoms. They were often seen ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example, right away the reader can see similarities between the Duchess in My Last Duchess, and the victims of honor killings seen in the Middle East. An honor killing occurs when a member of the family is murdered in order to restore honor to the family. According to Micah Issitt the honor killing of women is often related to sexual behavior, and many cases occur when women refuse to engage in arranged or forced marriages or if they engage in sexual behavior that violates accepted cultural norms (Honor Killings: An Overview). The Duke in a way committed an honor killing by murdering the Duchess. He felt that his wife did not give him the respect or the appreciation he deserved for marrying her. He does not understand her actions, as if she ranked / My gift of a nine hundred years old name / With anybody s gift (Browning 1283). The Duke believed that he gave the Duchess a gift by marrying her and by not respecting him she dishonored his family name. In turn, when he murdered her in a symbolic way he gained his honor back. Furthermore, In Robert Browning s poem Porphyria s Lover, Porphyria trusting nature, similarly to that of a damsel in distress, is what causes her to become the victim of murder. In this context, Porphyria can be compared to Snow White. Snow White s trusting nature is what allows her to eat the poisonous apple from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Edgar Allan Poe Quotes About Death Mors ultima linea rerum est ( Latin Quotes about Death ): this quote from Horace perfectly sums up the theme of the writings of Edgar Allan Poe. Poe suffered much loss throughout his life first with the loss of his mother, then his adopted mother, his first love, and finally his wife thus explaining why Poe commonly uses death as a theme in his works. Poe also commonly writes about women and youth, with the presence of death bringing a depressing and ominous undertone. Death exists in the happiest and saddest of subjects. The Bells, which judging by the first two sections the reader can assume will be a celebration of life, turns into a chaotic and then solemn story of death. Annabel Lee, which also begins in a light and happy mood, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Unlike Annabel Lee, The Raven tells of a lost love and the narrator s inability, or unwillingness, to shed his romantic melancholia (Magistrale 40). The narrator of The Raven holds on to his grief and sees death as a barrier currently separating [him] from the lost Lenore (Magistrale 46). The reader then begins to also see death as barrier and can feel the same sadness that the narrator himself is feeling. The bird brings about mixed feelings within the narrator. At first, the bird amuses the narrator , but quickly frustrates him when the bird s only responds nevermore : the narrator wonders if he will reencounter [Lenore] in the afterlife, and finally if the narrator himself will ever find peace in her absence. To each of these questions the bird s consistent reply infuriates him at the same time as it deepens his sense of loss (Magistrale 39 40). This questioning of life after death can make a reader feel quite crestfallen as it can make him or her wonder whether or not he or she will see a loved one again. The raven has always been a bad omen...At the conclusion of this poem, we are to believe that the raven has become a permanent resident of the poet s chamber and soul (Magistrale 40 1): the raven never leaves the poet similar to how death lurks always creating a dark feeling within the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. The Idea Of An Omnipotent Essay The idea of omnipotence has been a tricky concept for philosophers for many years. Many philosophers have tried to define it without success. In this essay, I intend to look at, as the question poses, whether A being is omnipotent if it has every power which it is logically possible to possess is an adequate definition of omnipotent and then move on to look at some other ways of defining omnipotence to see if they do any better. Omnipotent quite literally means all powerful, Omni all, potent powerful. Most theists believe there to be one all powerful, perfect being, so the idea of an omnipotent being is essential to most western religions. I will focus on Christianity, throughout my essay to allow me to focus on the question without getting sucked into discussing the different religious point of views. So the God we speak of is the traditional Christian one unless otherwise specified. There are plenty of quotes directly from the bible that promotes God as all powerful, though omnipotent is a later word. The Almighty is beyond our reach and exalted in power; in his justice and great righteousness, he does not oppress. (Job 37:23) The discussion of how to define God is an essential one to theists as it can cause a lot of problems. If for example, we raise questions such as if God is all powerful why is there suffering in the world? Before we can move on to problems with this definition and other definitions we first need to look at them in some more depth. In ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Sacrifice In The Demon Sect Beyond a rice paddy, under the shadow of a celestial mountain, a group of dark cloaked humans finish their ritual to summon the demon king. They had performed this ritual every month for a year, and had not yet summoned anything at all. One of these is a young man, born to a wealthy merchant. sixth son of a sixth son thrice over. He is held up by heretical forces as a potential master of the dark path. With nothing but failure to bring forth anything that would increase his power, he was starting to consider alternate methods. Should this ritual again be fruitless, he would turn upon his lackeys, the minions being useless as sacrifices when there was nothing to sacrifice them to. Still waiting for any sign that otherworldly forces had ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... All is as it should be, the arrays positively tingling with imported power. Far above, swirls of energy circle shrinking cracks, disappearing forever into the void beyond space through fine and shrinking apertures. If the cracks hadn t healed to this point, not only would it be nearly impossible to bring forth the energy needed to power these arrays, as it was, but it would be further impossible for the energy to stay in its delicate formation long enough to do anything at all. As it stands now, the rifts are nearly ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Analysis Of Frozen Assets By Diego Rivera Paintings are expression in art form, they reveal the feelings of the painters, and convey the messages. One of the greatest painter that can reflect the lives of the Mexican people is Diego Rivera. Diego Rivera is famous for marrying a fellow Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, but is a notorious womanizer, also famous for his paintings. In one of the paintings, Frozen Assets, Diego Rivera visited New York during the Great Depression depicting the people and city in his paintings with colors with the meaning behind it. Since the color is a big thing in paintings, the color gray that Diego Rivera paint on Frozen Assets, probably represent the people facing in the Great Depression. The first two panels have the color gray because people were suffering and not enough money and the last panel, it has more light and have these bright colors. First, the first panel, the skyscrapers were there when Diego Rivera arrived to New York, perhaps symbolizing that the unfinished city is frozen in time. The machines below the skyscrapers are still there because probably, they are still building more, but stop since there was great numbers of unemployment, the machines perhaps have stop working at that time. The grayish color on the buildings probably represent that money ran out and people are facing the consequences of the Great Depression. Then there is the train below the buildings, it is believed that that train was running at that time Diego Rivera visited New York. The functional train ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Skin Rash Homeopathic Skin Rash Treatment Skin rash homeopathic treatment Homeopathic rash treatment Homeopathic skin rash treatment An area of skin that feels itchy, painful, red, swollen and inflammated a skin rash is said to occur. A person can well see a change in look, feel and texture of his skin. It can either affect a specific body part or affect entire body. May or may not be accompanied by pain It can be caused due to varipus factors such as allergies, due to heavy medications, or geneticially. Some allergies are make skin rashes visible almost instantaneously while some others may take some time t show their affects. In medical terminology, a skin rash is terme as dermatitis. Which simple means any inflammation of skin. The most basic kind of rash which u=you must ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Essay On Modern Day Veterans Have you hugged a veteran today? What about yesterday? most likely the answer is no. Veterans are important to our nations history and future, but we are not very good at recognizing this and following through with our promises. A quote from John Kennedy states that As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them. We do not realize the impact they have on our lives today. They protected our freedom, they remind us of how deadly war really is, and most importantly they teach our future generations. One of the fundamental reasons people go to war is for freedom. Where would we be without the soldiers who fought for our freedom in the American Revolution, or the War of 1812. New Hampshire s motto, Live Free or Die , sums up everything veterans stand for These veterans put their lives on the line for ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Another 117,000 American soldiers in World War I. Something that people these days do not take into consideration is the pain soldiers go through seeing their friends pass away in front of them. 2.4 million americans who fought in Iraq or Afghanistan are living with PTSD, or post traumatic stress disorder, due to lost comrades and Traumatic Brain Injuries, from being so close to all the explosions. Our soldiers made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom and they come home with both visible scars and mental trauma. The mental scars are the hardest thing for us to understand and most of the soldiers refuse to talk about what they had experienced in every type of war. It s important to remember that when our soldiers signed up to fight for our freedom, they never knew how hard it would be to return to the United States and acclimate back into a normal society. They are living examples of the hardships that are faced on the battlefields and not only can we respect their experiences we can also learn from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Sears Sears Canada is a retailer based in Toronto, ON, with its parent company Sears Roebuck situated in Chicago, IL. The two companies operate independent of each other; however more or less carry the same product lines. Sears Canada primarily has two major merchandising categories, with Home Hardlines accounting for 60% of the sales while apparel accessories represent 40% of the sales. Sears has been in the retail industry in Canada for over 60 years, and has built a significant brand name for itself, although many consider it an outdated brand name now in terms of apparel. As such, in light of drastic changes recently in the apparel industry given the influx of American and international apparel companies and the constant improvement ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, Sears weaknesses in apparel might have a much more detrimental effect on its future, far outweighing its strengths. Sears market share in apparel is on the decline in every major category, as can be seen in exhibit 1. If we say the needs of Sears customers in the apparel market, which is a new emerging demographic of more youth oriented consumers, is focused on trendy styles, then Sears has a significant weakness in that it is not among the top choices amongst the competition by any means. In the high end market, competitors such as Holt Renfrew, Harry Rosen, The Bay (which has taken back lost market share under the guidance of CEO Bonnie Brooks) and the impending arrival of Nordstrom s really have the clientele loyalty and market share, leaving no room in this market for Sears. In the discount market, Wal Mart has the obvious market share lead by far, and we cannot underestimate the impact Target will have when it arrives. Reports suggest Sears and Wal Mart have the most to lose when target arrives , as can be seen in exhibit 2. 20% of survey respondents feel Sears will lose a lot of sales when Target opens, 50% feel that Sears will lose some sales, and over 70% feel Sears s sales will be negatively impacted by Target. As we know, Sears has seen sliding sales since 2006 and Target Canada will definitely add to that. Again, Sears really has no room in this market either. When one factors in other competitors that the younger population are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Case 10 Nicholas Mysterious Suntan 1 Essay Student s Name: Marylene Mosburg Date: 11/31/2014 BIO169 Case_10: Nicholas s Mysterious Suntan This case study presents a clinical situation related to the endocrine system. The questions at the each segment of the case will test your understanding of the endocrine system. Nicholas T., age 32, is a busy systems analyst for a computer manufacturer. Working his way up the corporate ladder, he travels extensively, putting in many hours without much sleep. Nicholas has a tendency to be overweight but continues to eat fatty foods and does not have an exercise program. He craves salty pretzels and potato chips. ? In recent months, however, he has often felt weak, and occasionally experiences dizziness when moving from a lying down to a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He experiences severe pains in his abdomen, back, and legs. ? Feeling extremely weak, he catches a flight home, and contacts his family physician, Dr. Ortega. Dr. Ortega measures his blood pressure at 70/50 and then orders a series of laboratory tests. ? He asks Nicholas how long he has had the tan and the other symptoms he describes. Nicholas indicates he only noticed them within the last year. Q. What might cause the pain in the abdomen, back and legs? Electrocytes imbalances and/or dehydration. Q. The viral infection poses a kind of stress. Why might Nicholas have such a severe reaction? He is already in a compromised state; people who are not healthy have bodies that are not equipped to handle additional stressors. Results of the lab tests on Nicholas are summarized below: low serum Na ( 130 mEq/l) high serum K ( 5 mEq/l) ? ratio of serum Na:K ( 30:1) elevated hematocrit ? low WBC count decreased plasma cortisol and aldosterone urine ? shows increased excretion of Na and decreased excretion of K low levels of hydroxycorticosteroids in the urine Q. How do the abnormal Na and K levels relate to adrenal function? The mineralocorticoid (aldosterone) is normally released by the adrenal cortex in response to decreased sodium and increased pottasium levels; the hormonally acts to promote the retention of Na and the excretion of K. It isn t working; hence the abnormal serum levels. Q. What does the high hematocrit means? The ratio of the percentage of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. The Garden Of Earthly Delights By Hieronymus Bosch Estimated to have been painted sometime between 1505 and 1510, The Garden of Earthly Delights was created by the Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch (who was known for his tenancy to create fantasy like figure painting of demons, machines and sometimes grotesque/frightening imagery). This oil painting is composed of three panels (triptych), measuring 13 feet by 7 feet when all the panels are open. When opening up Bosch s triptych, the first panel reveals a colorful interior filled with strange building, abnormal landforms, and many different types of crossbreed (alien like) creatures. In the front of the left hand panel, there lies three figures who can be assumed to be God himself (standing in between) and the figure of Adam and Eve. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The first panel depicts God introducing Adam to the creation of Eve (who was made from Adam s rib bone) and with this first depiction the mankind s initial state of innocence which become corrupted with God s introduction of Eve. However, you ll notice that in the central panel that God is absent from it, which is why it depicts humanity acting in its own free will, in which they are engaging in various sexual activities, in a board view of nude figure, hybrid fairytale like creatures, and oversize fruit and plants. Making the central panel the representation of fleetingness of worldly pleasure. The final panel, which looks like hell, showing the eccentric torment given out to the damned, which is believed to be the vengeance of God for the sins and lust that is depicted in the central panel. This can only can be assumed though because again there isn t any concrete evidence on the true meaning or point to Bosch s Garden of Earthly Delights . Since there isn t much known about the paint true meaning or thesis, there also isn t much evidence on the paintings backstory. Which can only lead us to theorized why or who was the painting commissioned for. One theory comes from Wilhelm Franger s book, The Millennium of Hieronymus Bosch, . Where he argues the painting was commissioned by The Order s Brethren and Sister of the Free Spirit, for their Grand Master [1]. That is just one theory among many other ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Security Issues in International Relations Are Best... Security Issues are Most Effectively Addressed by a Neo Realist Approach to International Relations. Discuss. Security has been the source for much debate within International Relations; ranging from the optimum way to provide security, through to the definition of security itself. Neo Realism has, in the past, been the dominant approach to security issues within International Relations. However, in the past few decades events such as the end of the Cold War, international terrorism and globalisation have dramatically changed the world, which has only intensified the debate over which approach most effectively addresses security issues within International Relations. This essay seeks to argue that although, at one time it may have ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Neo liberals are prepared to go to war but it is generally accepted as a last resort, with the use of economic sanctions the preferred security method; the belief of peace via co operation. Neo liberals view sanctions as a means of preventing a rogue state from violating the international norms (Martin, 1992). The neo liberal understanding of the international community lies within increasing interconnectedness and the utility of international institutions such as the EU and UN. The security of Israel has weakened in recent years due to threat posed by Iran and their suspected research into the development of nuclear weapons. In 2005 the EU imposed trade sanctions on Iran due to resuming of nuclear activities (European Commission, 2012). A form of collective security occurs when all states stand to lose something from war; collective insecurity leads to security. Kant would argue that even though the international system is anarchic, alliances and treaties still exist as a form of power and security. Buzan (1991) takes this further stating that although economic activity can generate many different factions within in a state, the international economy itself becomes powerfully tied together trade, finance and communication. As previously mentioned, neo realists place an emphasis upon security via military power, and whilst there is no denying that military security is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. The Monster In The Most Dangerous Game A monster is defined as an extraordinary or unnatural, imaginary animal, but not all monsters are animals nor are they all imaginary. Some monsters are human, and very real. Facing a human monster can prove to be even more difficult than just an imaginary animal. In the stories, The Most Dangerous Game, The Cask of Amontillado, and The Sniper, the main characters are each faced with their own human monster. Although, not all of the main characters are able to overcome their human monster. In The Most Dangerous Game, Rainsford, who is a hunter, lands on an island where General Zaroff lives. Zaroff has become bored with hunting animals and now lures humans to his island to hunt and kill; but even hunting humans has become too easy for him. Zaroff is a very skillful hunter and he has access to guns, dogs and help from a man named Ivan. He promises to let Rainsford free though, if he can survive three days. Rainsford, being the skillful hunter he is, is able to set traps and survive up until the last day when the dogs corner him and he jumps off the cliff into the rocky water below. What Zaroff doesn t know is that Rainsford is a great swimmer and surprises him by hiding behind his curtains; Zaroff then challenges him to a fight in which Rainsford wins. This ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Although in The Cask of Amontillado, Fortunato is unable to defeat Montresor, his human monster. Also, in all three stories someone dies; but only in The Cask of Amontillado, the main character, who is trying to overcome the monster, is the one who dies. The monsters in The Cask of Amontillado and The Most Dangerous Game display psychopathic traits, while in The Sniper both the monster and the main character are just trying to survive. All of these stories show how hard it is to face a human monster, and try as you might, sometimes you can t overcome the monsters in your ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Scopes Trial Essay Thesis The Scopes trial is a standout amongst the most well known trials in American history. The trial was a lawful case in 1925 in which a substitute high school teacher, John Scopes, was charged with violating Tennessee s Butler Act, which made it illegal to teach Darwinism in any state financed school. This trial was a gathering between various polar opposites, for example, Fundamentalism and Modernism. The fundamentalism and modernism conversion during the Scopes Trial had an extreme impact on the American Education System. The Scopes trial was a trial over a misdemeanor offense by substitute teacher John Scopes, but it ended up becoming an even huger trial between fundamentalist and modernist. Modernist and fundamentalist were fighting for control of America s education system and the result of the trial would have a drastic effect on Tennessee s education system. When the Butler Act was passed in 1925, the ACLU (American Citizens Liberties Union) sent a press discharge to a few Tennessee daily papers, publishing that they would give legitimate support, and so forth for a teacher in Tennessee who would be eager to stand trial for having taught Darwinism in a government funded school so an experiment could be mounted to test the established legitimacy of the Act. A gathering of citizens in the residential area of Dayton acknowledged ACLU s offer, with the expectation that the exposure encompassing the trial would help to switch the town s declining fortunes. The group ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. The Dab Research Paper Somebody stop this madness! No, I m not talking about the presidency; that essay would exede the three page limit. Rather, I m talking about a foolish trend that became a worldwide phenomena in 2016 and somehow managed to also sneak its way into 2017. Who would have thought that a simple dance move like the Dab could cause an even bigger uproar than the president. The Dab found itself more popular on social media than Donald Trump s 3 am tweets. In fact, the Dab has managed to find a foothold worldwide. Yet, the general public does not truly understand what the Dab represents. Yet the questions remains, what even is the Dab? The world watched as the ball dropped in times square and the western hemisphere entered 2017. Many hoped that America, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One of the main perpetrators of the Dab comes not from the dancing scene but from the world of sports. The Dab had only been a popular as a dance move but as Cam Newton embraced the Dab as his new iconic touchdown celebration, its popularity skyrocketed. Cam Newton became the iconic representation of the Dab as the Carolina Panthers rode an almost perfect season only falling short in the 2016 Superbowl. To them, the Dab originally symbolized their success as a team throughout the season and eventually their humiliation to the Denver Broncos following their defeat in the Super Bowl. Soon people of all ages adapted the Dab into their own celebrations. Cam Newton isn t the only person in the sports world that accounted for the global spread of the Dab. While Newton s dance move created a phenomenon in america, soccer spread the Dab to the rest of the world. In a similar manner to cam newton, soccer players expressed their joy of scoring a goal by bringing out the Dab. Soon people all around the globe had caught onto this ridiculous fad. For these sports players, the Dab does not signify their respect towards the hip hop world of America. Infact, because the Dab became so popular in the world many people often became antagonized at its usage. As a result, Cam Newton and other sports players often used their celebration to assert their dominance over the other team. The Dab often was another method trash talk and way for players to get under their opponent s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Managerial Accounting Chapter 5 Study Guide Chapter 5: Internal Control over Financial Reporting 1. Internal control is a process designed to guarantee the achievement of the objectives of reliable financial reporting, compliance with laws and regulations and ineffective and inefficient operations. FALSE 2. Auditing standards require that the auditor exercise professional judgment and maintain professional skepticism throughout the planning and performance of the audit. TRUE 3. If internal controls are not enforced they are useless and can lead to waste and fraud. TRUE 4. If an organization is too lenient in its treatment of employees who committed fraud, the control environment will be seen as stronger than if the treatment were harsher. FALSE 5. Weakness ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... FALSE 29. When control risk is assessed at a minimum level, the auditor assumes that the internal controls are reliable in preventing or detecting material misstatements. TRUE 30. Performing a walk through provides an auditor an understanding of the nature of processing in important accounting applications. TRUE 31. The payroll department should be responsible for signing payroll checks. FALSE 32. A strong control environment can reduce all the financial reporting risks to zero. FALSE 33. The auditor s preliminary assessment of control risk is based on an understanding of the control system as it has operated in the past and is designed to operate. TRUE 34. When control risk is assessed at less than maximum, the auditor must gain assurance that the control procedures are effective. TRUE
  • 37. 35. The auditor is obligated to report significant deficiencies in the control structure discovered during an audit to the audit committee or its equivalent. TRUE 36. One of the advantages of a computerized accounting system is that the computerized system eliminates the need for internal controls. FALSE 37. Transaction oriented controls should be tested using the guidelines developed for attribute testing utilizing statistical sampling techniques. TRUE 38. Control risk can be evaluated on a scale from high to low. TRUE 39. Testing internal control for effectiveness is done in every audit. FALSE 40. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Danger Of Colored Food The Dangers of Colored Food What is naturally blue? The only one that comes to mind is blueberries, but are there any more. In contrast the list of yellow and red fruits and vegetables is copious. So how can anything blue be naturally colored when blueberries are the only pure food blue?(Gilman) Colored added to food is one of the most regulated food ingredient; any color added to food is passed by the Food and Drug Administration. But why are all these food dyes so bad. Color additions are what make food look appetizing; It is said that we eat with our eyes as much as with our mouths . The Dyes Dyes are organic chemicals derived from petroleum or formerly derived from coal tar. (Kobylewski 1) Petroleum is most commonly used due to cost efficiency, attractiveness, and more chemically ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The suggested ADI is 2.5 mg/kg bw/day. With this dye the dosage for a 30 kg child is 75 mg/day. It was found in the study with the rats that 94 percent was excreted from the dogs. The Genotoxicity studies turned up negative 6 out of 9 times and was only found to cause increase in bladder transitional cell/ urothelial neoplasms and testes Leydig s tumors in high dose males . (Kobylewski 21 23 ) Orange B The FDA approved Orange B in 2008 for usein only frankfurter and sausage casings. The casings contain up to 150 ppm in the finished product. It was proposed to be banned by the FDA on October 3, 1978 but was never finalized due to that companies stopped using it anyways. (Kobylewski 24) Red 3 The U.S. Department of Agriculture approved Red 3 in 1986 for use in food and drugs. It is a water soluble dye with about a 58 percent iodine content. The suggested ADI is 2.5 mg/kg bw/day. With this dye the child s dosage is 75 mg/day for a 30 kg child. The Genotoxicity studied turned up negative 8 out of 12 times.Red 3 is an animal carcinogen. (Kobylewski 25,27 ) Red ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Women Struggles During The 19th Century Labarron Collins Professor Griffin ENG 251 02 25 September 2014 Women Struggles in the 19th Century Since the beginning of time women have struggled to prove themselves to society so that people understand they are just as good as men. However, society has made a mockery of women for years. Using women for sex appeal and for personal gains. Women were those who stayed home cleaning, took care of the children, and prepared meals for the family. This sounds quite familiar with today s society, but women today aren t only limited to these things. Not only were women not allowed to work outside of home, but voting was off limits also. On June 4, 1919 the 19th amendment was passed by Congress. This honored all American women the right to vote. This Amendment was approved on August 18th 1920. On account of women suffrage, women should be granted equal rights politically and economically, especially after the hardship they faced. Because of their contributions to society, women exclusively should be allowed to help the country grow at an economical standpoint and politically while having the privilege of voting. At the beginning of the 19th century, the rights of women were limited. She could not take custody of her children in the event of divorce (Muntone) . This shows women had no power and men were in complete control. For example, today women usually go through courts to fight for custody of their children after a nasty divorce. Back in the 19th century this behavior ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Men Longing For The Male Gaze Analysis All it takes is a simple drive down the highway or a quick view of a magazine stand to see dozens of pictures of hypersexualized men and women advertising items like food or furniture or giving tips on how to be thinner, beautiful, or younger. These images have been a constant for majority of people s lives and so we as a society have become complacent to them, it is expected to only see very beautiful people on television shows, commercials, and other forms of entertainment and advertising. Even as I write this, I see a commercial for Amazon informing people that now they sell clothing, they did this through attractive women seductively delivering boxes to doors. Children toys like dolls always show beautiful women in skimpy outfits or men ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This is admittedly a horrible way to think and while the sexualization of people is bad, it s the only form of sexual attention some women and men know so when they want to feel validated sexually they will look for that reassurance from random strangers. Bartlett even states, Am I blessed to be sexually invisible and given a reprieve from something that has troubled women for centuries? It certainly does not feel that way. We want what others have, and in this instance it s to be sexualized because we only see the positive side of being sexualized and have never experienced the horrible things that come with ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Cnn Quiz Show Analysis As the 2015 summer television season is slowly coming to a close within the next few weeks, today s article will take a retrospective look at the highs, the lows and everything else in between of the game shows that have aired within the past three months. Some of game show highlights include moments from Celebrity Family Feud, BattleBots, 500 Questions and Race To Escape. The Good The indisputable winner among the new game shows to premiere this summer is undoubtedly ABC s Celebrity Family Feud. Hosted by Steve Harvey, the spinoff series pit celebrity families against each other for a chance to win up $25,000 for their selected charities. This season, we have seen an array of stars compete on the revived series from comedy legends Vicki ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As with Geeks Who Drink, Race To Escape s average ratings can be attributed to its poor time slot placement (Saturdays at 10:00pm). Although the show has yet to emerge from the bottom 50 of the top 100 Saturday cable original shows among Adults 18 49 (highest ranking: 68th), Race To Escape s decent total viewership ratings, respective to their primetime network average, the show could see a second year of new episodes on Science ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Grapes Of Wrath Transcendentalism In John Steinbeck s 1939 novel, The Grapes of Wrath, the theme of family is explored. Steinbeck follows a family of migrants moving westward during the Great Depression/Dust Bowl era, and chronicles their experiences as they live through overly inferior conditions. In Chapter Seventeen of the novel, Steinbeck discusses what life is like generally for migrant families as they journey out west. It becomes the norm for families to set up camp each night with other families and share their food and experiences. The migrants set up their own rules for their society and through these rules, the audience can understand how these people wish to be governed. Their ideals are very similar to the ideals of Henry David Thoreau, a transcendentalist author, poet, philosopher, and historian. In an essay entitled Civil Disobedience, Thoreau ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The migrants in Steinbeck s novel have similar beliefs, but also have differing opinions regarding the function of government. Both Steinbeck and Thoreau agree that in a society, there should be no ranks, and everyone should be equal and united in order for the society to function properly. When referring to how the unity of the migrants started, Steinbeck says, In the evening a strange thing happened: the twenty families became one family, the children were the children of all. The loss of home became one loss, and the golden time in the West was one dream, (Steinbeck 264). The migrants didn t have a lot of possessions when they moved westward. They were all very impoverished, so there was nothing they had that others didn t that would lead ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Similarities Between Freak The Mighty Freak the Mighty is a very unique story. The book and the movie are both enjoyable. It is easy just to find similarities between the book and the movie. The similarities between the book and movie are very intriguing. Freak the Mighty the book and The Mighty the movie have many similarities. Also some of the similarities are that they play with the ornithopter in both the movie and the book, Freak and Max became friends, and Freak always sat on Max s shoulders. Those are some of the similarities between the movie and the book. Freak the Mighty the book and The Mighty the movie also have many differences. Also some of the differences were loretta s purse had money in it in the book not the movie, at school ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Themes And Reflection Of The Allegory Of Young Goodman Brown 1) What is the tone of this passage? Which words convey this tone? Despite the sporadic shift in of tone with words such as brightening and sunshine, the overall passage is very somber and serious. The authors use of dark, sorrow, lamentations, and black mass, to describe the situation presented the events as deceitful and wicked. 2) Where does the author use imagery? The author uses imagery in the passage more than once. For example, the lines black mass of cloud and hid the brightening stars, suggest that the cloud deprives the forest of it s of light. The imagery suggests that the forest is now dark and therefore gives the reader an ominous feeling about the events to come. 3) What is the theme of this passage? The theme of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Strictly speaking, this means that Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote this short story to reveal that people are not permanently good or permanently evil. Symbolism: The forest in the story symbolizes evil and corruption because according to Puritan beliefs, the forest is the home of the devil. This is important to the story because Goodman Brown does encounter evil inside of the forest instead of in the village. Situational Irony: Situational irony is seen when Goodman Brown hides in the forest to avoid being seen by Goody Cloyse. Goody Cloyse, his catechism teacher, is known as holy among the villagers. The reader expects Goody Cloyse to be surprised and afraid upon encountering the old man, but the opposite happened she walked with him. This is situational irony because the reader expected Cloyse to avoid evil rather than joining into communion with it. Dramatic Irony: In the short story Young Goodman Brown, Nathaniel Hawthorne used dramatic irony to foreshadow dark events that would occur later that night through Faith s dreams. The reader can assume that Faith s nightmares anticipate Goodman Brown s unholy actions in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Living in a Fallen Societies Would you like to live in a world where your leader is murdering millions of people, well this was Nazi Germany. Thankfully we don t have to live through that anymore. Why? Because faults in the society lead to its failure.All societies fail, but why? Corrupt leaders, lack of resources, and failure in security can all lead to the downfall of a society. Now not all societies fail for these reasons, but Nazi Germany, ancient India, Rome, and the Glade, a fiction society in The Maze Runner book by James Dashner, have. The are usually many faults in our government and every government whatever type of government it is. Leaders are very important in a society because everyone looks up to the leader, but what happens when the leader is corrupted? Bad things happen when a leader is corrupted, It happened in Germany and in The Maze Runner. In the Glade they have a council of Keepers who run the government. The Keepers are like the CEO of one of the many jobs at the Glade. The Keepers make the laws and vote on issues. Gally is one of the Keepers on the council. Gally is a bully. He threatened to kill Tomas more than once and has hurt other citizens in the Glade. Gally also does not respect their government system. He wants to be the only leader. All of the leaders need to be on the same page, so everything can work right. In this case it wasn t, which is why the Glade fell. During the Nazi Germany era, Hitler started out nice but abused his political power and became a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. After Watching the Documentary Food Inc. Watching the documentary Food Inc, there were a few points that stood out most to me. I think one of the most important concerns that were brought up is the consumers not knowing the truth behind the food. Whether there is actual harm in our food or not, we still need to know what is going into our food. The harm that may actually be inside our food can be caused by how easy it is to produce crap food now days. Making mass produced food is a lot easier than it has been in the past because genetics have changed animals into growing faster and fatter. This causes harm to the environment by creating factories for these foods to be made, which causes pollution by emitting many CO2 gasses. However this isn t a concern for the producer. The producer is mainly focused on money they receive even if it causes harm to the environment or the consumers. The use of pesticides and other substances are used in foods, whether it s in the production of corn growing or in the food in general to help keep germs out. This also causes harm to the consumer and environment that we should be aware of. Throughout the film Food Inc, I noticed there were quite a few subtitles stating ... declined to interview for this film. This made me ask myself to why they chose not to interview for this documentary. This goes along the lines of point number one. All of the companies which preferred not to interview for this film are hiding information from the consumers, information that would make us not want to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Hi-Ho Yo-Yo, Inc Running Head: HI HO YO YO INC. Case Study: Hi Ho Yo Yo, Inc. First Come First Serve (FCFS): This is a service policy that is based on attaining the customers or clients, in order to their arrival or request. It means that, the one who comes earlier would be given priority in the sequence of their arrival. FCFS discipline of service delivery does not take any other parameter into consideration like quantity, monetary value of the order, etc. If we select this method of delivery to our clients, we are bound to release the order in the sequence of date (Greasley, 2008). Shortest Processing Time (SPT): This process of scheduling is used for completion of work within the due date. This method emphasizes on processing with the job ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... We should adopt the policy of Backward Scheduling, while using this method, because the due date is given in this case and we are supposed to plan our work schedule, such that we can meet the commitments of due date. Critical Ratio Method: As we know that Critical Ratio method prioritize the work as per their significance, and take into consideration two critical factors, one when the work is required to be completed to meet the deadline and the second factor is how much time is required to complete the work. The use of this method for meeting the due date would lower the average work flow time, compared to First Come and First Serve method and Due Date method, but higher when compared to Shortest Processing Time. The average tardiness is lower than FMFS method and SPT method but higher than Due Date method. Recommendation After the analysis of all the four methods and evaluating their pros and cons of using them, we can find out that it would be wise to use Shortest Processing Time method. When we compare this method to other three methods, for meeting the commitments of our clients regarding due date, we can easily observe that this method is best suitable in present context. We have to deliver the order of our clients within a relatively short span of time with respect to the flow of work. As this method has the lowest average work flow time, although it has a bit higher average ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. A New Age of Music Piracy Andrew Vaccarezza Dr. Keith Bohm Music 129, section 2 12 July 2007 A New Age of Music Piracy A thief can be defined in many different ways. The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language states a thief is one whom commits theft. So one might ask, what exactly is theft? Theft is defined as the felonious taking and removing of personal property with intent to deprive the rightful owner of it (The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language). Now most people who participate in music piracy do not consider themselves thieves. The definition of a theft is flawed in many ways. Most of the time people do not contain on factor of being a thief, this factor is depriving the rightful owner of the property stolen. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This is the Piracy Deterrence and Education Act that is being considered in the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Intellectual Property. This act would mostly attack peer to peer networks and force the FBI and the U.S. Copyright Office to develop anti piracy programs (AFM). Since 2003 the RIAA has aggressively pursued music pirates on the internet who have contributed to a substantial amount of illegal downloading. They have won hundreds of guilty pleas averaging a reported $3000 per case settlement (Dean). RIAA President, Cary Sherman stated the legal actions taken by the record companies have been effective in educating the American public that illegal file sharing of copyrighted material has significant consequences. Consumers are increasingly attracted to the host of compelling legal online music alternatives. These lawsuits help to foster an environment that provides a level playing field for these services to succeed. Without leaders such as Cary Sherman, the fight against music piracy would fail along with the music industry. Although there are many people and organizations involved in the fight against music piracy, there are many road blocks standing in the way. In 1984 there was a Supreme Court ruling which protected Sony Betamax from being held liable for circulating copyright violations through the use of video cassette recorders. The courts ruled that the recorders had ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Gatorade s Short Independent Clause Compared to Rovell, Mattern chose to use very basic sentence structures that would be easy for a juvenile level reader to understand. Mattern often uses short independent clauses that include a variety of subject, verb, and object sentence constructions. Which on occasion include limited use of dependent clauses creating a complex sentence. Mattern However, in doing so she missed several critical events in Gatorade s history that aid in telling a more complete story. For example So by 1971, UF filed a lawsuit against Cade and the other doctors. Finally in July 1972, the doctors agreed to give the school 20 percent of Gatorade s total earnings. (Mattern, 21). When she explains the lawsuit between Robert Cade and the University of Florida over ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. Clean Your Slacks Dry Cleaned Is Hell ! Essay Having your slacks dry cleaned is hell! It takes days for them to be cleaned, you pay, on average, $4 $5 per slack, and on top of that you don t always get back what you give them. I don t even want to talk about how poorly some dry cleaners handle your slacks. Starting today, you ll no longer have to deal with cleaners. You won t have to be that person who spends a chunk of their salary every year just to get their slacks back in poor conditions. Now, you can walk into your pantry and grab simple, everyday household items to make your slacks look as though you just bought them from the store. Before we walk through the steps necessary for you to clean your slacks, we ll first discuss the items you ll need. You ll need your slacks, baking soda, vinegar, lemon juice, a bowl, a lathering brush, and laundry detergent. You ll also need a washing machine with a hand wash setting, a hanger and/or drying machine with an air dry or air fluff setting, and a clothing iron that preferably has a steam producing function and a flat surface to use it on. If you don t have baking soda, vinegar, lemon juice, laundry detergent, a bowl, or a lathering brush, these items can be purchased at most grocery stores, as well as some convenience stores for around $2 $6. A very basic clothing iron with a steam producing function can be bought from most chain grocery stores or household appliance stores for around $10 $35. If you don t have a washing machine and/ or a drying machine at your ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...