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Ocean Exlploration
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“The ocean covers more than 70 percent of the surface of our planet. It’s hard to imagine, but about 97 percent of the Earth’s water can be found in our oceans” (“How much water is in the ocean”). Of the 70 percent of ocean only 5 percent has been explored, leaving 65 percent of the earths surface awaiting discovery. With saying this, the majority of the ocean that has been explored is close to shore. Ocean exploration helps to guarantee…...
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Shaping And Understanding The Weather System
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The planet Earth, has been around for approximately 4.5 billion years and with each passing decade, our knowledge about the earth and how it operates has grown. In the past, the ancient Greeks, closely observed the stars and the upper atmosphere, believing that Zeus, himself, created thunder and caused storms. Wind, the sun, and the atmosphere plays a huge role in causing weather. As each category of the Earth atmosphere changes, the formation on how the climate will react, will…...
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Сase Study Wind Shear
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Deadly Downdrafts Aaron C. Bouchard Liberty University Abstract On August 2, 1985 Delta Airlines Flight 191 travelling from Fort Lauderdale, Florida to Los Angeles made an en route stop at Dallas Fort Worth when it encountered wind shear on final causing it to crash into the ground and bursting into flame. This accident killed 134 passengers and crewmembers, as well as the driver of a passing car. This case study will analyze how microbursts and extreme wind shear led to…...
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Potential Instability Of Weather Events
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Thunderstorms are mesoscale weather phenomena with a spatial extent varying from a few kilometres to a few hundred kilometres, that can last anywhere from over an hour to several hours. A thunderstorm is said to develop when there is a “potential instability” in the atmosphere. Such an instability can arise when relatively warm air is overlain by cooler, heavier air. The cooler air tends to sink down, displacing the warmer air upwards. If a sufficiently large volume of warm, moist…...
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Bob Dylan’s “Hurricane”: Pathos and Style to Emphasize Connections, Race and Rhythm 
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Couldn’t help but make me feel ashamed to live in a land where justice is a game,” are lyrics by Bob Dylan, which express his anger and disappointment in our country during a time of racism. In the 1960’s and 70’s, America was faced with many racial and social issues regarding race and ethnicity in society. Rubin Carter was a victim of the cruelty of mistreatment due to the color of his skin, which influenced Bob Dylan to write the…...
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Symbolism Of The Repressive Nature of Society
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In the 19th Century, women were expected to be submissive and were strictly confined to rules set by societal expectations. They were seen as objects, and used for someone else’s personal benefit. The images, characters and setting of birds in the novel The Awakening by Kate Chopin, symbolize the repressive nature of society and how it inhibits Edna Pontellier from fulfilling her desire of achieving independence from the constraints of society. Characters throughout the novel hinder Edna’s longing for freedom…...
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Development of The Guality of Life of Present And future Generations
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Being able to live in healthy surroundings, with an adequate standard of living and a way of life that is physically, intellectually and morally satisfying. Our decisions and actions all have an impact on the environment, and society. It's a stable relationship between human activities and the natural world, which does not diminish the prospects for future generations to enjoy a quality of life at least as good as our own. The idea of environmentally sustainable economic growth is not…...
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Pakistan and India Water Wawr
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The Indus River is the lifeline that has been keeping Pakistan and India alive and thriving for centuries. In 1960, The Indus Water treaty was implemented to make sure that the river was shared equally between the two countries. The treaty was designed to ensure that the freshwater coming downstream is not diminished by industrial use or a dam upstream. Pakistan is in a sub-tropical region, and the climate there is hot, arid and dry which makes farming difficult. The…...
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Chad: The water problem
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The country of Chad is located in Africa. Chad is a landlocked country between Nigeria and Sudan. The Major problem in Chad is their water scarcity that they have. Chad has a population of 11,852,462. Of that 25% of the population lives in Urban. According to an online source it says, “ Agriculture and animal husbandry employs 85 percent of the country's workforce but only contributes 44 percent to the GDP. While cotton, cattle, and gum arabic provide most of…...
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The Need For Water is Growing
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By 2030 the US director of National Intelligence is claiming that the water demand will go up by 40 percent. These complications are raising serious national threat and concern to the world. Already 780 million people are living without safe water, by 2030 47 percent of the world will be living without safe water. These risks are arising fast and dangerously. Many analysts by government officials are stating that many wars over water will be fought in the future, as…...
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Need to Replace Fossil Fuels with Something Else
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An Illuminating Career Today, more than ever, we need to find ways to replace fossil fuels with something better, cleaner, and that is literally everywhere – light. While the study of photonics has been around for some time, photonics as a discipline is a relatively new in the world of engineering. Often, it is grouped with programs like physics or optics, and therefore it can be difficult to find information pertaining to it. I first became interested in the field…...
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Humans Cannot Inhabit Earth without Destroying it
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Humans as inhabitants of the earth have the opportunity to use the environment for their beneficial needs such as food production, transportation, and industrialization among others. However, the kind of lifestyle humans adopt has both beneficial and retrogressive effects on the environment. When talking of lifestyle, it is all the daily activities or those activities that humans undertake frequently that have an impact on the environment. The activities with a profound effect on the environment and climate change are mainly…...
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Climate Change Is One of the Greatest Threats
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We are now entering what is known as the Anthropocene Epoch, or the age of Man. The changes Earth has so-far undergone since the Industrial Revolution have proved so substantial as to warrant a new geological epoch, of which normally takes tens to hundreds of millions of years to cycle. The primary and most notable change is the drastic increase of Carbon Dioxide and other so-called “Greenhouse Gases” in the atmosphere, causing a large increase in global temperature of up…...
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Mountains – The Beginning And End of Nature
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In the event that you are arranging an excursion to encounter the best of the mountains at that point look no further, the nation of Himalaya Nepal satisfies every one of your needs. Nepalese Himalaya offers a basic collection of mountaineering open doors for the pinnacle climbers. Other than the experience and difficulties that surface from the territory, shocking environment and incredible climate make Nepal a perfect goal for top climbing. Nepal is home to eight of the 14 most…...
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A Murderer in The Making
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What Causes Someone to Become a Murderer? The minds of killers have forever fascinated people, leading to documentaries, books, podcasts, and more. It has been a long-standing hope to dissect and find the answer to the ever-popular question: “what makes a killer kill?” There has been a large debate on whether a person is born to kill, or if society conditions them to do so. The reality is it may lay somewhere in between.The concept of nature vs. nurture has…...
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Constellations Endless Night Sky
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It was just past ten o'clock and the icy blades of grass, preemptively freezing for next morning's dew, brushed against my Achilles tendon, sending shivers down my spine. I began to focus the rusty telescope into the vast night sky, looking past the mammoth trees and water towers that obstructed the moonlit view. As the lens began to clear, I focused my attention on the sea of stars above me. Like my ancestors before me, I began to see the…...
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Sustainability And a Brief Assessment of Their Results
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Submit your Resiliency score and a short assessment of your results. I scored a 6 on my resiliency test. This puts me in the bottom most score of the ‘indeterminate section’- right on the boarder with below-average emotional regulation. My score implies that there might be times when I have good control of my emotions and other times when I do not. Do you agree with the test findings? Were you surprised with the results? This was the first resiliency…...
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Tonight I Can Write the Saddest Lines By Pablo Neruda
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The poem “Tonight I Can Write the Saddest Lines” by Pablo Neruda has a timeless quality, it’s message about loving someone who you aren’t with anymore and young loves passion can be enjoyed by everyone at any point in time. The speaker of the poem writes the saddest lines about his love for a girl that he is no longer with but still loves and she herself is in and out of love for him. He reminisces on their time…...
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Impact Of Hurricane Katrina
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Forced local and state governments to implement stronger pre-disaster programs. These programs were implemented to make individuals aware of the risks associated with a natural disaster and make the provision of aid to assist the community in response efforts more easily accessible. State and federal funding started to increase in preparation for another major hurricane. There were still major issues that needed to be addressed within the government. Much emphasis was being placed in getting information to the communities and…...
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Crazy Dreams That Dream at Night
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Have you ever woken up in the morning, baffled by the crazy dream you had the night before? Did you wonder how or why we dream about such strange things? Have you ever wanted to control your own dreams? This essay will help you understand how dreams work, the theories of their purpose, and how to expand control of your own dreams. According to Paul Chara, a neurological professor at Northwestern, “Dreams are the series of images, thoughts, and feelings…...
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Events That Took Place On Mount Kilauea
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Introduction In order to really understand the events that took place on Mount Kilauea on May 3, 2018, we first should get to know the volcano and the background of the place the volcano resides, Hawaii. When I think of Hawaii, I think of paradise. Some of the most breathtaking scenery. It is interesting to think that without volcanic activity this beautiful chain of islands would be in existence as it is today. The chain of islands that make up…...
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Helens Spewed Ash in 11 US States
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Helens spewed ash in 11 U.S States, rock and volcanic gas, steam and the destruction of everything due to melting rock, turning the surrounding area into a wasteland, destroyed plans, trees, and whole ecosystems. Hundreds of homes, cabins, and buildings were either damaged or no longer existed. Helens did not expel a lava flow of any kind because the explosion broke the dacite (volcanic rock) magma into pumice (sponge-like stone) and ash particles. St. the early signs that Mt. Helens…...
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 The Predatory Nature of Human Existence  
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Written by John Steinbeck in the year 1937, Of Mice And Men illustrates the harrowing, heartfelt, and somewhat controversial tale of George Milton and Lennie Smalls, two migrant workers, as they attempt to navigate the complex societal struggles faced by ranch workers during the Great Depression. The novel has, since its time of publishment, become quite notorious for both positive and negative cognitions, but one point for which no argument can surround is that of Of Mice And Men’s memorability.…...
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Africa’s Role on Hurricanes Hitting the Atlantic Coast
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Where do Hurricanes come from? We know that they come slamming into our coasts from the oceans, I intend to show that most of them start in the same spot and why that is. I will show that most Hurricanes that make it to the United States, start in the exact same spot. Specifically, a spot just off the coast of the African Cape Verde islands. (Macdonald, 2017). How Hurricanes Form Let’s look at what the atmospheric conditions are like…...
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The Remarkable Power and Destruction of Tornadoes and the root of their History
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This area has been noted for high activity of one of the most unpredictable and destructive forces of mother nature in the United States of America, tornadoes, which are a highly destructive circular wind storm. This area is also notable flatter than a majority of the rest of the United States of America, as well as a higher temperature swing than the rest of the country. Both properties are a catalyst than help these destructive storms form. I will discuss…...
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Tropical Forest Ecosystems Issues
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All the tropical forest ecosystems combined host at least two-thirds of the total terrestrial biodiversity. However, the last century marked an astonishingly rapid decline regarding the extent of tropical forest (Gardner & Et all. , 2009). It has been estimated that 350 million hectares so far have been deforested and additionally, around 500 million hectares of tropical forest have been degraded. The consequences of this are the loss of ecological services, which include the loss of biodiversity and watershed protection, the loss…...
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Sustainable Fashion
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My proposed research topic will focus on sustainable fashion, specifically upcycled fashion and the consumers’ attitudes towards it and its impact on profitability. I chose this topic because I find sustainability in fashion a cause that is dear to me. In a time where people from all parts of the globe can feel the impact of extreme environmental changes, sustainability, especially in the fashion industry, is an important and urgent matter that needs to be addressed and given proper attention.…...
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Hurricane Katrina and Police Violence
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New Orleans, also referred to as the ‘Big Easy”, was a city known for their gentle, slow and easy-going way of life. When Hurricane Katrina struck on August 29, 2005, life for its citizens became devastating and fearful. Rumors had circulated that Mayor Ray Nagin had declared martial law. Governor Kathleen Blanco stated “Looting and other lawlessness will not be tolerated.”. City officials helped create a climate in which officers felt justified to take extreme measures to ‘take the city…...
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High Air Temperatures Due to the Summer Season and Organic Pollution
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In this study benthic macroinvertebrate fauna of Balaban Stream was detected and appropriate biometric approaches were applied on this organisms. A total 62 taxa were revealed during the research, and most dominant group between the benthic macroinvetebrates was found to Insecta. Researchers like Arman et al., (2019); Musonge et al., (2018); Zeybek et al., (2014); Galdean et al., (2008); Azrina et al., (2006) were found the similar results in different freshwater ecosystem. Water temperature, dissolved oxygen and oxygen saturation were…...
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As per Many Articles on the Internet “Sustainability Is the Capacity to Endure
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As per many articles on the internet “Sustainability is the capacity to endure, it has become a wide-ranging term that can be applied to almost every facet of life on Earth.” I chose this topic because it is starting to become a rising issue in our society as we are facing the problem of global warming and climatic changes now a days Sustainability is also a more sufficient topic from which I can easily relate to and gain more knowledge…...
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The Usual Type of Dispensers
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The bottled water dispensers are the customary sort of dispensers that you can have in your home or office space and it can fill in as the focal spot in the workplace where people can grow and appreciate a benevolent discussion. These bottled water dispensers can likewise now and again be found in homes where people lean toward not to have separated water, yet need a decent supply of characteristic spring water. The dispensers of these sorts can have a…...
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Many People Like to Consume Smoked Foods
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Today many people like to consume smoked foods. However, the traditional fumigation process with direct contact with smoke can trigger the presence of carcinogenic compounds because traditional smoking can cause air pollution because during the combustion process it produces emissions of poly-hydrocarbons which we know are very dangerous and can causing cancer. Therefore, now with technological advances new alternatives have emerged for processing fishery products using liquid smoke that is safer for health. Tuna fish is popular with the community…...
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Advantages Disadvantages Deforestation Essay Points
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This topic will help you to understand the advantages and disadvantages of deforestation. Forests are often referred to as the lungs of planet earth. They are the primary source of numerous resources that are important for our survival. They not only provide the major amount of oxygen, they also provide habitat to the majority of the wild life.  Although forests are an important asset for our planet, deforestation is causing a sharp decline in it its quality as well as…...
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Benefits Drinking Zamzam Water Health
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Zamzam water is miraculously source of water from Allah, there are many more benefits of drinking Zamzam water. The well of zamzam water is located within Masjid Al-Haram in Mecca, Saudia Arab. Millions of Muslims visits the Saudi Arabia every year to perform the Umrah and Hajj. During perform the Umraj and Hajj Muslim also visit this well and when they go back to home every Muslim must bring this to hometown for their relatives and neighbors. Because every Muslim…...
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Pros Cons Using Hydropower Plant Energy
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If you are looking for pros and cons of hydropower energy. In this article we’ll have detail study of hydropower plant with advantages and disadvantages. First of all let’s have little look of hydropower technology definition; What is Hydropower? Hydropower is the power of water and the cheapest form of energy. Hydro power energy is also called as water power or water energy. This energy is produced with the help of water and dam, the dam and can be opened…...
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According to the Code on Sanitation of the Philippines
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According to the Code on Sanitation of the Philippines Presidential Decree No.856 Chapter 5 Section 37 says about the Sanitary Permit that no public laundry shall be operated by the Secretary or his duly authorized representative without a sanitary permit. A public laundry, as used in this chapter, is a laundry for commercial purposes, open to the public and not to an exclusive clientele. And the general requirements needed for the construction and operation of a public laundry such as…...
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Forest fires are a highly hazardous means of destruction. They can burn over 40,000 acres of land at a time. An average of 5 million acres consumes every year in the United States and have absolutely no limit on the number of people they can kill. These numbers are with efforts of firefighters trying to stop them. Therefore, the need for a way to prevent the spreading of such flames would be hugely beneficial to the common good. In order…...
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PSY GT Critical Thinking Article Analysis Paper Department-Wide
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Stress, pain, and anxiety management with effective hypnosis during dental anesthetic infiltration. The stress and anxiety before going to the dentist can make the procedure or check up for the child or adult very uncomfortable. Not only for the patients but also for the doctor making it difficult to accomplish the task. Hypnosis or distractions are used in pediatric practices and adult practices. The hypnosis and distractions are used to help with clinical treatment situations when trying to change the…...
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STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
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STATEMENT OF PURPOSESince my childhood, I used to dismantle the home appliances. As I grew up, I used to maintain my bike and also service the air conditioner. My teachers and parents encouraged me to pursue Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering based on my skills and area of interest. After securing a good score in Joint Entrance Examination for Engineering, I got admission in a reputed government college named Birla Vishwakarma Mahavidyalaya which is an autonomous institution now. During my…...
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The Benefits of Vegetarianism
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The Benefits of VegetarianismByKaren MesaPhilosophy 2604: CRITICAL THINKING/ETHICSABSTRACTDeciding what a person will eat is a personal choice. Some people will choose a meat-eating lifestyle, some a mixture and others will chose a vegetarian lifestyle. There are many people who do not support a vegetarian diet, for a number of reasons, including limited the idea they are not healthy. They also consider vegetarian movement to be tactics used by environmentalist to promote animal welfare. For those who support vegetarianism it is…...
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