• The Effects of the Cold War
    In 1945, after World War II, there was an end to the alliance between the United States, Britain, and the USSR. If all of this hadn’t been a problem, a rivalry between communist and capitalist societies had led to what is known today as The Cold War. It has been known to this day that The Cold War...
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  • Hot Weather Risks
    Hot Weather Risks As the summers are approaching and the tempratures have started to rise,so it will have its effects on our bodies.In order to perform our duties safely and efficiently we need to understand this change in weather and acknowledge the effects and risks associated with it. Because...
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  • Effects of Cold Weather on Incandescent Light Bulbs
    Effects of Cold Weather on Incandescent Light Bulbs Abstract Cold weather hasn’t previously been known to have much of an effect on incandescent light bulbs. But colder temperatures do make electricity flow more smoothly and easily. In this experiment, it was concluded that cold...
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  • Compare and Contrast Hot and Cold Weather
    Compare and Contrast Hot and Cold Weather What weather is preferable and why? Both hot and cold weather conditions have their advantages and their drawbacks, yet according to different perspectives only one can be more beneficial. Hot and Cold climates have their pros and cons especially with t...
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  • Effects of Weather on Mood
    Enhanced College Writing Cause and Effect Essay September 27, 2012 Effects of Weather on your Mood Many of us have moods that are changeable like the tides, and like the tides, for many of us those moods are dictated by many things including the weather. While you might think that you 'just w...
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  • What's Causing Extreme Weather?
    What's Causing Extreme Weather? Peter Miller National Geographic News Published August 20, 2012 Wondering what's causing all the extreme weather we've seen lately? The short answer, scientists say, is rotten luck and a warmer planet. It's not easy to shatter a record that has lasted for more t...
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  • Extreme Hot Spells Rising.”
    Lila Cooper Mrs. Huff 10/1/2012 Raloff, Janet. “Extreme Hot Spells Rising.” Science News 8 Sept. 2012 Researchers were surprised to learn that hot temperatures are happening more frequently around the globe and are getting more severe. Climatologist James Hansen of NASA’s Goddard Institu...
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  • The Medium Is the Message & Media Hot and Cold
    Running Head: THE MEDIUM IS THE MESSAGE & MEDIA HOT AND COLD The Medium Is the Message & Media Hot and Cold Name: Course: Instructor: Date: Introduction According to Mcluhan (2002), the media is a very significant channel of transmission of cultural values from one group to...
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  • Effects of Weather on Mood
    Cause and Effect Assignment ENGN101 1 The Weather’s Changing and so is Your Mood The leaves changing bold hues of crimson, the first delicate snowflake hitting your nose, the signs of budding flowers, and the days becoming longer, these are all signs of seasons changing. However,...
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  • Business Plan Hot and Cold
      ENTREPRENEURSHIP BUSINESS PLAN Dyah Trisnawaty Putri Solikhin Pinkan F. Taroreh R.R Bremerina Wildawati W Talita W Bachtiar Vania Prameswari 1106847306 1106023801 1106128484 1106128332 1106128414 1106847312       Table of Contents I. Introduction Page a. What is the business...
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  • Extreme Weather Events as (Un)Natural Disasters
    Physical Geography Extreme Weather Events as (un)natural disasters Are extreme weather events natural or unnatural processes? In this essay I will define and discuss extreme weather events. I will also consider whether these are natural or un-natural occurrences. I will question whether these eve...
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  • The Effects of Bad Weather
    The statistics shows that in Northern countries, where the weather is cold, cloudy and the light is limited the percentage of people who suffer depression greater than anywhere else. Winter Depression, Winter Blues, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) are all conditions that expressed the negative imp...
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  • Extreme Weather Events over India in the Last 100 Years
    J. Ind. Geophys. Union ( July 2005 ) Vol.9, No.3, pp.173-187 Extreme Weather Events over India in the last 100 years U.S.De, R.K.Dube1 and G.S.Prakasa Rao2 Visiting faculty Department of Environmental Science/University of Pune, India and Former Additional Director General of Meteorology (Rese...
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  • Atmospheric Heating, Weather Fluxes, and Their Effects on Our Health
    Atmospheric Heating, Weather Fluxes, and Their Effects on Our Health The article “Is Global Warming Harmful to Health?” states that not many scientists believe in the idea that the atmosphere is heating up. They do, however, believe that the rate of heating is hastening and that the...
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  • Cold War
    Cold War There are many contributions that led to the commencement of a long and violent confliction between the United States and Soviet Union. This struggle of superpowers from 1945 to 1991 became known as the “Cold War”, and the impact was seen throughout the world. Although a fair amount,...
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  • Cold War
    HISTORY PROJECT Introduction After the Second World War, the U.S.A. and Russia emerged as the two superpowers. During the war, there was a mutual understanding between the two nations, which however began to evaporate soon after the war. Difference in ideologies and mutual distrust between the two...
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  • Effects of Global Warming
    Global warming and the greenhouse effect are issues discussed by scientists all the time. A natural process that keeps earths temperature at a livable rate is called the greenhouse effect. The energy from the sun warms up the earth when the rays from the sun are absorbed by greenhouse gasses. The...
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  • Effects of Social Darwinism
    Introduction The Effects of Social Darwinism on the social trends of the 19th century. “As a world view, Darwinism cannot of course be refuted, since Faith is, always has been, and always will be, stronger than facts. “ - Francis P. Yockey Social Darwinism is a theory that competition among...
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  • Child Abuse in the Urban Community's: the Causes and Effects
    Research Paper Child Abuse in the Urban Community's: The Causes and Effects Wanda Hopkins Social Work with Children Professor: Evelyn Batts November 10, 2004 Hopkins pg 2 Table of Contents Chapter I 1. Question - There is a great need for more research on child abuse in th...
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  • Environmental Effects of War
    ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN CONDUCT OF WAR INTRODUCTION ‘‘War is never an isolated act.” War is a phenomenon of organized violent conflict, typified by extreme aggression, societal disruption and adaptation, and high mortality. Usually a war is a pre-planned activity to begin with by one g...
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