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Environmental Disasters: Future Solutions

News of disasters like the 2011 nuclear meltdown at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi power plant reminds us not only of the negative consequences accompanying uses of nuclear energy but also the potentially grave environmental problems that may negatively affect peoples’ way of life. The negative consequences are exemplified by the numerous...

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How James Chadwick Found the Fly in the Cathedral

Sir James Chadwick discovered the neutron in 1932 by performing experiments at Cambridge’s Cavendish laboratory. Rutherford theorized that the nucleus of atoms contained positively charged protons and some neutrally charged particles. At the start of his career as a student and a scholar Chadwick was assigned, by Rutherford, the project...

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Earthquakes Research Paper

Earthquakes can be one of Mother Nature’s most deadly devices, as they are both unpredictable and lethal in many cases. In the last decade alone, several earthquakes have brought havoc and destruction to countries around the world. Earthquakes occur based on two primary reasons, and have resulted in several deadly...

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The Death of Science?

Dear Students,I want to invite all of you to read the recent article by Dr. Minos Talgia that was published recently in The New Yorker. I attach the article to this email. Talgia’s primary purpose is to lodge a protest at the way that the practice of science has changed—she...

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Human Sciences

Since the advent of the Scientific Revolution, researchers, particularly in the western world have believed so much in the scientific progress as opposed to any other. This has seen them regard the scientific leaders and scientific assumptions in high esteem than their contemporaries in the other sectors of the society...

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Political Science Paper

The Los Angeles mayor’s race is one of the most important local races in the entire nation. It presents the opportunity for an individual to control policy for one of the biggest cities in the country with one of the biggest budgets in the country. Mayorships in cities like Los...

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Importance of Language in gaining Knowledge

Language is an aspect that plays a significant role in enabling people to gain knowledge. By communicating with one another, people can exchange ideas and increase their understanding of various issues. Nevertheless, any language will at times create a jail that prevents people from exchanging knowledge and ideas. Embracing widely...

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Geoscientists: Preservation, Education, and Creation of Energy Sources

Environmental sciences are important in order to protect our future. The way that the environment is changing because of human involvement is unprecedented. In order to be sure that there is a healthy environment for future generations, it is critical that there are precautions taken in the form of education....

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Environmental Science Career

One key environmental science career is that of Oceanographer. An oceanographer studies all aspects of the ocean, including weather, currents, and sea life. This career can include specialist knowledge from a number of different fields of science, including chemistry, geology, physics, biology, and geography, as well as non-science related fields...

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Sustainability and Space Observation

Lake Havasu is among the popular lakes along Colorado River (LAKE HASAVU CITY 3). The lake is created by a dam and is located at the foot of Chemehuevi Mountains. The lake has special features ranging from canyons and sand dunes including the London Bridge, which is a major attraction...

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Sociology Theories

Interacting with people in the professional setting and in the social setting can offer challenges but there are theories which describe why people act the way they do. These theories can also help to guide behavior to help fix interrelationship problems. The case study describes role theory as occurring “when...

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Gravitational Waves in General Relativity

Given the recent trends in the astronomical field and developments which have begun to gain traction as of late, there is a lot of attention towards this particular field and the general principles which have been theoretically discussed by scientists such as Albert Einstein for years. Studies into the effects...

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Science Policy: Genetic Testing

In basic terms, genetic testing refers to clinical processes used to analyze human protein, DNA and RNA. Such tests are used as a means of detecting gene variants associated with disease, and also in nonclinical applications such as paternity testing (Regulation of genetic tests, 2015). At present, three federal agencies...

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Social Change

Historical social problems serve as an experiment to us today, providing us with sound evidence in dealing with current social problems. Today, social problems are heavily influenced by the policies involved and require the conduction of research. One such example to illustrate the importance of research in social problems would...

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Egocentric Cognitive Bias

The mind does not always accurately perceive the environment. There is too much external stimuli for the brain to take in all at once so instead, there are instances in which it jumps to a particular conclusion based on a previously determined mindset. Put more simply, over a lifetime the...

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Science and Society

The United States of America was founded on the concept of religion in two primary functions. The first was the avoidance and the criminalization of religious persecution. In other words, the nation was a safe haven for individuals who chose to believe differently than others. The second religious concept was...

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Analysis Of Energy Sources

The principal aim of the lab test is to investigate energy sources regarding the quantity as well as environmental and health impact. By analyzing the coal and nuclear power sources would help to balance between the benefits as well as environmental hazards for each type of energy source. In general,...

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