• Charging Into the Modern Turne
    ‘natural’ hierarchy. A new capitalist ethic was really the driving force for these changes, the railways were simply a product of capitalism and a vehicle for its continued proliferation. As David Harvey explains, "capitalism is…a revolutionary mode of production, always restlessly searching...
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  • Ernestong
    and the inert gases in their natural or normal concentrations, that is detrimental to health or the  environment, which includes, but not limited to smoke, dust, soot, cinders, fly ash, solid particles of any kind,  gases, fumes, chemical mists, steam and radioactive substances; b) Air pollution...
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  • Sociology and the Industrial Revolution
    industry the product of conscious planning or did it appear spontaneously? The revolution was something more than just new machines, smoke-belching factories, increased productivity and an increased standard of living. Everyone was affected in one way or another. The Industrial Revolution...
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  • advantages and disadvantages of these technologies that can mitigate global warming
    will have no direct effect on global warming. In fact, it may indirectly make global warming worse, because the absence of a smelly plant belching nasty black smoke may make people less willing to switch from coal to renewable resources like solar, wind, and biomass. edit: Jyush, look up marine...
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  • Essay
    fight again | Hasn’t learnt a thing | Scenic Drive: Depicts a road passing ugly, pullulated urban landscape, littered with rubbish and factories belching fumes. String of billboards show unspoiled natural beauty and sign ironically proclaims “scenic drive next two miles” Satiric vision-created by...
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  • Science and Technology
    government did not find a solution to prevent it or even stop it. We have a lot of republic act that has to do with impacts on environment like the smoke belching and etc. But do we execute it properly and even consistently? I don’t know if the Philippines government treats republic act just like a portrait...
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  • Test
    fuel from plant material other than food: cornstalks, prairie grasses, fast-growing trees, or even algae. That approach, combined with more efficient vehicles and communities, says Greene, "could eliminate our demand for gasoline by 2050." A century ago, Henry Ford's first car ran on alcohol, while Rudolf...
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  • Research
    reached. Example: 1. Studying the effects of smoke belching on pedestrians. 2. Studying the effects of calciblock drugs on a person’s vitality. The above studies tried to find certain principles on the effects of pollution (smoke belching) on people. In the second example, it tries to find...
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  • Avatar the movie: the religion of the left
    mining the distant planet of Pandora for a rare mineral that suspiciously looks like a carbon spewing lump of coal. The mining is conducted with smoke belching machinery that rape the planet while the human workers are protected by Marine mercenaries from the mind melding sensual native population of 10...
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  • Case Study #1
    from the use of small, old, and decrepit vehicles, as well as the destabilization of existing services are persisting defects long-desired to be rehabilitated (World Bank). Consider fuel economy and CO2 emission rates. Widely acknowledged public utility vehicles such as the Toyota Coaster, Mitsubishi...
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  • Oesophagus
    esophagus sphincter is a bundle of muscles at the top of the esophagus. these muscles are under conscious control used when breathing, eating, vomiting or belching. They keep food and secretions from going down the windpipe. The lower esophagus sphincter is a bundle of muscles at the low end of the esophagus...
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  • How Industrial Revolution Made Life Easier
    -- revolutionized -- the productive capacity of England, Europe and United States. But the revolution was something more than just new machines, smoke-belching factories, increased productivity and an increased standard of living. It was a revolution which transformed English, European, and American society...
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  • An Inconvinient Truth
    earth. To those who drive a car, I would recommend using unleaded gasoline and regular preventive maintenance check-ups on their cars to prevent smoke belching. To those who can afford it, better buy a hybrid car. . On a bigger scale, the gasoline companies should continue in their quest for a better and...
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  • Matthew C. Perry
    ships, including the steam-driven paddle wheelers Susquehanna and Mississippi. On July 8, 1853, Perry stormed into Edo (Tokyo) Bay, the steamers belching black smoke and appearing as "floating volcanoes" to the alarmed Japanese. Six days later, with great pomp and ceremony, Perry went ashore to the accompaniment...
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  • An Assessment of the Pasig Green City Project Based on the Ra 9003 (Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000)
    took the lead in adopting cleaner technologies by converting its government-owned gasoline vehicles into LPG-powered vehicles towards cleaner air and sustainable urban transport. About 81 government-owned vehicles were converted to LPG which is more fuel efficient and clean air compliant. In this way,...
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  • Mcdonalds
    which are: 1) Water pollution involving collision of two marine vessels in Johor, Malaysia. 2) Air pollution involving belching and spewing exhaust fumes by the vehicle in Lahad Datu, Sabah, Malaysia. 3) General permit for discharge form oil and gas exploration, development, and production...
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  • Social Problems
    October 2002, the National Council for the Welfare of Disabled Persons (NCWDP) disclosed that some 3,521 disabled Filipinos have licenses to drive vehicles. The number of disabled driver included 2,550 partially blind, 56 with impaired hearing and speech, 777 with impaired lower limbs and 138 with impaired...
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  • Wwii Atomic Bombings
    released from the Nagasaki bomb: Observers in the tail of our ship saw a giant ball of fire rise as though from the bowels of the earth, belching forth enormous white smoke rings. Next they saw a giant pillar of purple fire, ten thousand feet high, shooting skyward with enormous speed. (233-4) The atomic...
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  • English
    picture all about? What does the picture remind you of? Activity 4: Transpo Below are comments about transportation vehicles. Write the transport talked about. (motor vehicle, plane, boat, train, tricycle, etc.) Put a plus mark (+), if the remark made is a positive one or put a minus sign (-) if...
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  • Politics and Environment
    countries s fuel to the incinerators. Businessman and religious people led an alliance of Metro Manila-based NGOs against smoke-belching in 1989, calling themselves “Groups Against Smoke-Pollution” or GASP! Earlier in 1989, NGOs and residents in Irosin, Sorsogon province united on the rejection of a geothermal...
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