• Thesis
    coconut oil-fueled power generator  Eduardo San Juan - astronomy - helped invent the Lunar Rover  Charle Mar Abelo - zoologist - study about animals  Jezrel Canlas - botany - study about plants  Jose Cruz- electrical engineering  Emerito de Guzman -work on the growth and development in...
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  • Liham Pangkaibigan
    Latin: scientia meaning "knowledge") is a systematic enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions about the world.[1][2][3][4] An older and closely related meaning still in use today is that of Aristotle, for whom scientific knowledge was a body of reliable...
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  • Midterm
    play; more of Tartuffe was to come. As the play continues, we see more lies and schemes being shown. In scene six of Act III, Tartuffe lies to Orgon about his feelings toward Elmire. After Damis reveals the two had been alone Tartuffe responds by playing innocent, “Yes, Brother, I’m a wicked man, I fear:...
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  • Vegetarians
    English 103 026 March 24, 2010 For Every Animal You Don’t Eat, I Am Going To Eat Three Approximately 3% of the American population consider themselves to be vegetarian (The Vegetarian Society, 2009) that’s approximately 9 million people living in the United States today. With that said, almost...
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  • Gryphon
    Gryphon Personally, I love short stories. There is something paradoxically satisfying about a good short story, the way it uses far less words than its larger cousins to say just as much, if not more. “Gryphon” one of Charles Baxter’s collection of short stories first published in 1985,is immensely satisfying...
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  • Overfishing Research Paper
    Muizenberg Beach, located about 25 kilometers south of Cape Town, South Africa, is an expansive, white beach with bright blue water and mountains in the background. The shore is gently sloping, with flat, hard sand and moderate waves. Muizenberg Beach is one of the most breathtaking places in all of...
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  • Eugenics
    improved and we can now redesign the traits of our future children into perfect ones, get rid of some diseases, clone the DNA of a person… etc. It is all about getting rid of the “unwanted” or “displeasing” traits and encouraging or keeping the “favorable” and “pleasing” ones. This is what we call Eugenics...
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  • Complex
    potential for community exposures to pathogens from an urban dairy.” Journal of Environmental Health 74.7 (2012): 22+. Print. This journal describes a study shown in Mexico on the effect of feeding operations on cattle. Within the process it explains how the production rate of farms has gone up, but at...
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  • Mariang Makiling
    How? Scope and Limitations: This study concentrates on the negative effects on the people’s belief in the existence of Maria Makiling. The study will be conducted in Barangay Tuntungin-Putho Los Baños, Laguna and Jamboree Campsite in Los Baños, Laguna. The study includes interviews with the residents...
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  • Wheatgrass
    was a Boston resident, who suffered from a variety of illnesses during her early life. Ann Wigmore formed the Hippocrates Health Institute in Boston, working with thousands of people over the years. (Wigmore) Then, later Dr. Charles Schnabel figured out the ideal way to grow and harvest it. Stressing the...
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  • Charles Darwin
    Charles Darwin Charles Robert Darwin was a British naturalist who was famous for his theories of evolution and natural selection. He believed that all species of life have descended over time from common ancestors and proposed the scientific theory he called the natural selection. Darwin was born...
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  • miss
     95% of animals used in experiments are not protected by the federal Animal Welfare Act (AWA), which excludes birds, rats and mice bred for research, and cold-blooded animals such as reptiles and most fish. [1, 2, 3] A 2011 poll of nearly 1,000 biomedical scientists conducted by the science...
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  • Abortion: They'Re Not Real People
    what Hitler said. This is what America also said when it at one time counted blacks as 3/5 of a person” (Loxafamosity). This is what America says now about a baby in a mother’s womb. The general public is, once again, wrong. Abortion is defined as the “termination of pregnancy and expulsion of an embryo...
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  • The Rise of Animals
    The Rise of Animals: Differences in the Scientific Method: The “scientific method” used in the study of fossils in Arthur C. Clarke’s The Rise of Animals is very different from the stereotyped view of the scientific method commonly presented in the field of science. In the field of science, the...
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  • 1971: a Year of Discovery and Change
    with this Apollo mission. Our sights now turned to another bright sphere in our night sky, Mars. Launched on May 30th, Mariner 9 became the first human spaceship to orbit another planet. The shuttle circled Mars twice each day for a full year, photographing the surface and analyzing the atmosphere with...
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  • Dancing – The Art of Non Verbal Communication and the Science Behind the Message.
    public. Believed to be important in the courtship of a variety of species, including humans, Dr. Peter Lovatt noted in his blog Sex and Dancing that Charles Darwin believed that dance was part of the mate selection process. “More recently two groups of researchers, Brown et al., 2005 and Fink et al., 2007...
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  • science
      1733 Mar 13 Joseph Priestly (d.1804), English chemist, author and clergyman, was born. He is credited with the discovery of oxygen. Links: Britain, Chemistry       1737 Dec 18 Antonio Stradivari, the most renowned violin maker in history, died in Cremona, Italy. He made about 1200 violins...
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  • Jack London and Nature
    significance and superiority of nature to mankind through his use of characterization and plot. One of jack London's early works, "The Law of Life" is about a blind and lame man named Old Koskoosh. He is left behind by the rest of the tribe because he cannot keep up, as is the way of the tribe. When lying...
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  • The Martian Secret to a Successful Civilization
    SAMPLE STUDENT ESSAY LITERARY ANALYSIS WITH PRIMARY SOURCE—MLA  Kallstrom 1 Dr. Charles Wolfe English 1020 13 April 2010 “They knew how to live with nature and get along with nature”: The Martian Secret to a Successful Civilization Title—centered Attention-getter opens the essay Twentieth-century...
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  • History of Little Red Riding Hood
    of the young girl who encounters a wolf while going to visit her grandmother also varies depending on the version. Storytellers rarely mention the age of the young protagonist in words, but illustrators portray her as being anywhere from about three or four but older oral versions of the story tells that...
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