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Science

Question 1The core of scientific management theory is the scientific study of work processes to improve productivity at the workplace (Mullins & Christy, 2013). In particular, the time and motions involved in doing a job are closely studied to identify points that need improvement. In view of this, there are...

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During 2006, the planet Pluto was demoted. Pluto began to be doubted as meeting the criteria for being a planet. The status came into question when it was found that Pluto crosses Neptune's orbit, and is significantly smaller than the criterion based expectation (Jensen, Haskins and DeBoy). Thus, debates among...

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The invention of airplane has had significant impact and has revolutionized this world that we live in differently. First it has raised military conflicts. Next, its invention has facilitated trade and commerce across the globe. It initiation established the second industrial evolution across the world not only in Europe and...

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Neptune was first seen in 1846 by two French astronomers, Galle and d’Arrest, although the planet and its movements had been previously predicted by two English astronomers, Adams and Le Verrier. Both countries claimed the discovery of the planet before it was they settled for joint credit. The task then...

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Venus is one of the most secretive planets in the solar system, continuing to throw up new clues about its nature. Named after the goddess of beauty and love, Venus does not have any natural satellites and orbits the sun every 224.7 days, with a rotation period of 243 days...

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The space scientists have recently made one more step to their primary goal: at the end of February 2017, the representatives of NASA confirmed that one of their projects, Kepler mission, had discovered hundreds of new exoplanets located outside our own solar system. Of course, the discovery of an inhabited...

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Problem StatementThe existence of human beings is not a particularly simple question. It engages curiosity, wonder, imagination and other forms of questions and thoughts of the human mind. Thinking the existence of the self-represents a big part of life since it is a question that hides among the common questions:...

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When one thinks of human experimentation, he or she often conjures images of laboratories in horror films, such as The Human Centipede. Hopefully, the experiments in movies never come to fruition in reality, but human experimentation has a gruesome history worthy of stomach-turning recognition. Noteworthy doctors of human experimentation are...

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The purpose of this paper is to respond to the following prompt: What do you believe was the most important aviation event from 1930-1965? For this I have chosen the creation of NASA. “NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. NASA was started in 1958 as a part of...

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