Monthly Archives:September 2016

Meaning Of Life

Meaning Of Life

THE MEANING OF LIFE
We all, from time to time, wonder about our purpose here on earth, and question what is
and if there is a standard we are all measured against: the meaning in our lives. Are we to live good and decent lives, abiding by the laws of our religion, or our government. If there is a god should we follow him blindly and betray what we have learned to be true through our own intuition. For me, to believe that there is a higher meaning in life other than to strictly procreate, I must believe there is a god. And that is something I can neither prove nor disprove, though while I grow and learn more of the world around me, I find it harder to believe that there is anything tending the light at the end of our tunnels.

I find it strangely hypocritical that we laugh at ancient cultures and how they would worship more than one god. When we as well worship a god we have never seen or heard from.
I want to talk about what is real, what we know, because in matters of god human

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Classification Of The Red Kangaroo And The Banksia Ornata

Classification Of The Red Kangaroo And The Banksia Ornata

Eutherian mammals, or placental mammals, once dominated the lands of Australia. However, through convergent evolution, marsupials have branched out and filled the recesses formerly occupied by their closely related eutherian counterparts. After Pangea was broken up, South America and Australia became island continents. This cutting off resulted in the diversification of the marsupials. The isolation forced them to begin an adaptive radiation from the placental mammals on the northern continents. Because Australia has had no contact with another continent since the Cenozoic era (about 65 million years ago), no new species has been introduced, thus causing the ones already present to adapt to the new and permanent environment. So, the red kangaroo, or at least a close relative of it, came into existence during this time.
Macropus rufus, commonly known as the Red Kangaroo, is classified into the Kingdom Amimalia because it is an animal. It is in the Phylum Chordata because it has a notochord, a hollow nerve cord, pharyngeal slits (in the womb), and a postanal tail. It is placed in the Class Mammalia because they have mammary glands that produce milk to nourish their young, have hair, are

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Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement

Ever since I was a young boy there have only been a few careers I have been interested in. That is why when I started thinking about Law Enforcement I knew I may have found my calling. How much a police officer makes is a big deal because police officers do not make much money. Many consider law enforcement officers to be the second most underpaid career, just under teaching. Also high stress goes hand-in-hand with police work. There are multiple things someone who wants to become a police officer needs to know, including general duties, the education needed, and things that will disqualify ones chances of having a career in law enforcement.
One needs skills such as good judgment, emotional stability, being physically fit, as well as great driving abilities. You needs at least a two-year degree to even qualify to become a police officer. Classes include Criminal Law, Sociology, Psychology, and dozens of others. After college there is a 6-month police academy before a candidate may start working for the department. Once one applies for a job, the application process can take as long as a year. Some college students are lucky enough to participate in a

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Meaning Of Life

Meaning Of Life

The Meaning of Life The human civilization has been on earth for thousands of years now. We started off with simple tools and used caves as shelter. Now we depend on computers, enjoy a luxurious life and develop new ways to improve our lives even more. I always wonder if we finally reached the final stage of improvement in our history. I mean what else can we do When I think about that question, the idea of the meaning of life comes to my mind and I question the reason for my existence on this planet. My personal theory on this subject states that we are here to impress God with our thoughts and actions, in order to prove to him that we can handle any obstacles on Earth in order to achieve faith and glory to be prepared for God in heaven. But then again my theory might not make any sense to someone who doesn?t believe in God. If there were no God, then what would the meaning of life for the non-believer be The meaning of life is a very delicate topic because no one has the answer to it, but there are many theories that attempt

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Circadian Rhythm

Circadian Rhythm

Analysis of Circadian Rhythm Research

Circadian Rhythms are our biological clocks; these tells us when we should sleep and also when we should wake up, but not limited to the previous. Researchers also believe that the rhythms control body temperature, mental awareness, pain awareness, and also hormone production.(1) Two studies will be examined and reviewed in the following paper, to help better understand the new findings about Circadian Rhythms.
The first article, ?Circadian Rhythms?, reviews the work of investigators from Northwestern University. The investigators produced results that will help better understand the role our biological clocks play

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Legalize Prostitution

Legalize Prostitution

Do you know what is said to be the oldest profession in the world Well it is prostitution. The textbook definition of prostitution is the act or practice of engaging in sexual acts for money. Prostitutes may also be refined to as hookers, Street walkers, call girls, escorts, and madams. Even though prostitution is known as the oldest profession in the world it is outlawed in every state expect 12 rural counties in Nevada. If the government makes prostitution legal it will slow the transfer of STD?s, reduce crime, and give more tax money to the government. The ban on prostitution is also a violation of our freedom of choice. If prostitution is legalized it will be regulated by the government. The act of prostitution would take place in a brothel, which is also known as a horror house. Brothels are facilities in which the
prostitutes would work in instead of street walking, which is illegal.

First off, Legalizing prostitution would lower the STD rate. Licensed brothel workers undergo weekly state- mandatory medical examinations for gonorrhea, herpes, and monthly blood tests for syphilis. The brothels are also required to be licensed, taxed and even given

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Materialism

Materialism

(Topic) The view taken by Lewis Lapham of ?the American faith in money? meticulously identifies the covetous sentiment shared by our people. (Tell #1) Since the formation of this nation, Americans have been materialistic. (Show #1) Henry Adams observed how ?deflected by the pursuit of money? the Americans were. (Mean #1) We have slowly altered our course in life to focus on achieving great riches, although these will only remain a dream for most. (Tell #2) The American people attempt to use their wealth to prove their ?worth? to others and themselves. (Show #2) The philosophy, ?the visible signs of wealth testify to an inward state of grace? or success, epitomizes the doctrines of the American people. (Mean #3) By ostentatiously displaying our tangible assets, we assume that other people will conclude we are happy and successful because we own so much. (Tell #3) Citizens of other countries largely have not had the same opportunities as Americans. They defer to values in ?family,

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Avian Flu

Avian Flu

1) What is a virus
Any of various simple submicroscopic parasites of plants, animals, and bacteria that often cause disease and that consist essentially of a core of RNA or DNA surrounded by a protein coat. Unable to replicate without a host cell, viruses are typically not considered living organisms.

2) Name of virus to be studied- Avian flu virus

3) Background research
Avian influenza is caused by type A influenza virus. The symptoms can vary from a mild disease with little or no mortality to a highly fatal, rapidly spreading epidemic (highly pathogenic avian influenza) depending on the infecting virus strain, host factors, and environmental stressors.

More avian influenza viruses have been isolated from ducks than any other species although most free-flying birds may also be infected including shorebirds, gulls and other seabirds. Waterfowl

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Manhatten Project

Manhatten Project

On the morning of August 6, 1945, a B-29 bomber named Enola Gay flew over the industrial city of Hiroshima, Japan and dropped the first atomic bomb ever. The city went up in flames caused by the immense power equal to about 20,000 tons of TNT. The project was a success. They were an extraordinary assemblage of civilian, and military scientific brain power that helped develop the bomb. Unknowingly they came to an isolated mountain setting, known as Los Alamos, New Mexico, to design and build the bomb that would end World War 2, but begin serious controversies concerning its sheer power and destruction. I became interested in this topic because of my interest in history. It seemed an appropriate topic because I am presently studying World War 2 in my history Class. The Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings were always taught to me with some opinion, and I always wanted to know the bomb itself and the unbiased effects that it had. This I-search was a great opportunity for me to actually fulfill my interest.

The Manhattan Project was the code name for the US effort during World War II to produce the atomic bomb. It was appropriately named for

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Legalize Marijuana

Legalize Marijuana

I. Introduction. When Olympic officials decided to give snowboarder Ross Rebagliati his gold medal back, the cheers drowned out the boos. It was a minor scandal involving a minor sport, but it spoke volumes about the worlds shifting relationship with its favorite illicit drug. Marijuana. A decade ago, Rebagliati would have been ostracized regardless of whether cannabis was on the list of his sports banned substances.
II. Whats changed today is that our attitudes towards illegal drugs are becoming more sophisticated and discriminating. After thirty years of research into the harmful effects of cannabis, there can be no hidden dangers left to discover. We know that it is plain nonsense to regard cannabis as a performance-enhancing drug, just as it is a myth to think the substance rots the brain or is a gateway drug.
III. The issue of cannabis legalization has been debated ever since the substance was made illegal on April 14, 1937.
a. Reformers still press legislation today to make the psychoactive plant available to medical patients as well as the general adult population.
i. One of the more prominent groups that lobbies for the legalization of marijuana is NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws).
1. NORML has been a

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