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Us Foreign Affairs - 727 words
U.S. Military Aid to Foreign Nations The United States military aid given to Kosovo raises many questions about the foreign affairs policy of the United States of America. Now the U.S. is sending its troops to Timor, a small island off the northern coast of Australia. The U.S. has sent marines to Australia to set up a command post for the troops that the United States will be sending to help with logistics, communications, and intelligence. Many critics believe that the U.S. should not get involved in matters that have no direct impact on the United States. But do not Americans believe that all men are entitled to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness? If this is true then it should be ...
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Universe Growing Faster Than Thought To Be - 435 words
In London researchers have found that the universe is growing faster than what they thought. At first, they thought that it was growing too slow, then it was speeding up, and now they are saying that it is speeding up way too fast for us. The reason they have found this out is because researcher Stephen Zepf, has figured out that the calculations which were reported on Wednesday, that the celpheids, which are based on the brightness of a giant pulsating star, that are used to determine the distance to the other galaxies. They found that the Celphiods are appearing about 15 percent fainter than they had previously thought them to be(in other words the 60 watt light bulb is actually a 50 watt ...
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Understanding Of Electronics - 374 words
There are plenty of jobs in the field of computer network management, or any computer field, but every one should be good at or conceptionalize a lot of math and science, a major part of any computer field. When thinking about electronics what comes to ones mind is current, voltage, resistance, power. If you have some experience in electronics you might even think about various components, systems used in electronics and circuits that control computers. Electrons rest on four basic properties (all related to each other), which are current, voltage, resistance, and of course power. When you have a group of components used in conjunction with one another, you have formed a circuit, and circuit ...
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Understanding A Book And Author - 629 words
All of the Following information can be found at http://www.kutztown.edu/faculty/reagan/buck.html A book about Chinese culture and life, Wang Lung is the central figure in the Good Earth. He is a simple, hard-working Chinese farmer. " The portrayal of Wang Lungs character is starkly frank. His strengths and weaknesses are candidly examined and bared before the reader; and while, on the basis of a superficial reading, he might appear to be a one-dimensional figure, he runs the whole gamut of human emotions" (Doyle 35) " He can be gauche and timidstubborn and resoluteservile and pusillanimoustender and gentlea complete foolincredibly inconsiderate and unfeelingsnobbish and hard-heartedidle and ...
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Upscale Steak Houses - 1,420 words
Upscale Steak-House Restaurants (We found the Beef) Where's the beef? There is no lack of quantity or quality of product at upscale steak-house restaurants. Who would have ever thought that people would stand in line to pay an average of $65 for a steak? Not so long ago, beef was taboo for the young, upcoming, physically fit executive. Today, however, traffic and spending are on the increase at fine-dining steak houses. Currently, more than twelve companies have been successful in the "big beef, big check" concept. Many of these companies are looking to expand their product by co-branding with upscale hotels. The return to steak started with visionary independent restaurant owners such as Ar ...
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Ulcers - 1,963 words
Millions of people around the world suffer from ulcers. An ulcer is a sore or hole in the lining of the stomach or duodenum (the first part of the small intestine). People of any age can get an ulcer and women are affected just as often as men. With stomach ulcers, H. pylori infection is found in 60 to 80 percent of the cases. Again, it is still uncertain how the infection acts to cause the ulcer. It probably weakens the protective mucous layer of the stomach. This allows acid to seep in and injure the underlying stomach cells. However, there is still a great deal of research to be done to unravel this relationship. In times past, physicians were taught "no acid, no ulcer." The medical profe ...
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Use Of Genetic Information - 1,536 words
There have been rapid and stunning advances in the knowledge of how genes affect the specific tasks of different cells in the human body. The study of this interaction is known as human genetics. When human genetics and reproductive technology are combined they allow scientists to tailor make a human through the manipulation of human genes. Advances in human genetics and the application of them through reproductive technology could negatively affect society. The manipulation of human genetics and the personal information gained from reproductive technology will cause genetic discrimination based on economics. Genetic information obtained from reproductive technology might be used by insuranc ...
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Unnamed - 509 words
College is about learning. It's not as simple as learning whatever it is that's being taught in your required gen-ed classes, though. It's about learning how to listen, how to speak, how to think. Learning who you are, who your friends are, the type of people you want as friends. Learning how to trust your innermost feelings, and how to find those feelings in the first place. It's about learning what's really important to you, and learning what you really don't give a damn about. College is about learning how to tolerate, how to accept, how to like, and how to love. Learning how to give as well as you receive, and how to trust that everything will even itself out on its own (you buy a pizza ...
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Urrency - 1,338 words
Currency, the Beginning, the Present , and the Future "Money - in the traditional sense no longer exists. It died two decades ago when Richard Nixon forever abolished the gold standard. Since then, money as we once knew it has been replaced by an unstable new global medium of exchange that is called 'megabyte money'... megabyte money is a threat not only to our country's long-term growth and prosperity, but to the individual as well." - Joel Kurtzman, The Death Of Money, 1993 Economy when it was first started was a seedling in a field. Poor and helpless to the environment. As this seedling grows, it becomes stronger and greater as a whole. The great Red Oak that the we as mankind has let it ...
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Urrency - 1,431 words
... , and the hundred dollar bills are beginning modified too. They are getting a bigger portrait and receiving a watermark. This will make it harder to counterfeit and trade illegally. The newest change to the United States currency has been the two thousand, dollar coin. This coin is a golden color and has Sacagawea on it. Sacagawea was the Shoshoni Indian woman who helped guide the Lewis and Clark Expedition to the northwest. This coin is similar to the Susan B. Anthony dollar that was stopped from making because many got it confused with quarters. With all these changes in the currency, the fact still remains that ninety percent of all currency does not exists. In modern society we are m ...
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Us Trade Policy With Italy - 720 words
The United States and Italy are interdependent on each other for various products. For example, we often see Americans wearing Italian designer clothes, while on the other hand; Italians covet the American brand clothes. As a nation, Italy has been on a steady decline with their exports to the United States. Italy has exported 238.2 billion dollars of total in 1997; 242.3 billion dollars of total exports in 1998; and 148.6 billion dollars of total exports in 1999. On the reverse side, Italy has always imported less United States products in each respective year, giving them a positive U.S. trade balance for the past three consecutive years. As a member of many of the major economic organizat ...
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Uncovering Your Black Eyes - 1,818 words
The film Smoke Signals is in fact a Native American coming-of-age story, but can also be related to the African American bildngsroman . The film shows the viewer how the protagonist is handed all kinds of burdens and issues of pain, to himself and his people. Throughout the film you see how the main character Victor, learns to how to deal with the issues one at a time. You see him grow, and become more mature in his views. Relating him to the bildngsroman makes it easier for the viewer to see these changes. Out of the seven emergence the ones that fit Victor and his friend Thomas are; the character engage in some form of artistic production. Protagonists reflect on world around them. Protago ...
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Unknown - 853 words
It is in my own belief that higher forms of technology will end up being the sole distributor of information and that linear typographical information exchange will slowly dwindle down as time edges onward. In comparison, the amount of information exchanged through todays textual media and the amount that people take in through some higher form of technology is mind boggling. People today can sit effortlessly on a couch with the television on channel nine and absorb all of the day's news in a short amount of time. In modern day society, 'time is money' and the TV is the alternative that most people chose. The question in focus is what will this change do to the people in our society? In look ...
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Unjust Laws - 2,766 words
It is not possible that an individual may be right and a government wrong? Are laws to be enforced simply because they were made or declared by any number of men to be good, if they are not good...What kind of laws for free men can you expect from that? ...Christ was crucified.... Captain Brown was hung. These are two ends of a chain, which is not missing its links. What is this link in the chain of lifes history? It is discontent with unjust laws - cruel and unjust laws enforced by no less cruel and unjust men. But, men through the ages have made known what kind of government commands the respect of freedom loving people. Thoreau wrote in his essay, Civil Disobedience that all men recognize ...
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Unjust Laws - 2,766 words
... he Ten Commandments and the teaching of Jesus held men in bondage as chattel. Great men arose in the defense of the slaves, John Brown being on of them. The United States of America was formed on the principles of separation of power and liberty and equality. Yet the white Christians only meant liberty and equality for the whites. During the American Revolution, Thomas Paine said, Give me liberty or give me death. He was applauded and deemed a hero; yet when the Black chattels or an abolitionist such as John Brown cried the same for freedom of the slaves they were called insane and charged with insurrection and treason. John Anthony Copeland a Black slave hanged along with Brown said, If ...
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Using Irradiation To Make Food Safer For Consumers - 1,130 words
Using Irradiation to Make Food Safer for Consumers In the world today, there is a limited access to fresh and uncontaminated food. Gunjan Sihna, of Popular Science, reports that "The U. S. Centers of Disease Control estimates 6.5 million confirmed cases and more than 25 million additional unreported incidents of food poisoning each year" (65). For example, with seventy-five percent of the chicken in Europe and sixty percent of the chicken in the United States infected, salmonella is a serious problem ("Food Irradiation"). The United States reports about two million cases of salmonella per year, costing an estimated 2.44 billion dollars. "All creatures carry thousands of different bacteria in ...
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Using Irradiation To Make Food Safer For Consumers - 1,089 words
... the product and not in all directions, the electron beam is more efficient. A ten kilowatt beam generator is as powerful as about one-million curies from a cobalt-60 source (Murano 14-15). The electron accelerators produce from five to ten million electron volts and ten to fifty kilowatts (Murano 15-16). The electron beam efficiency can be increased by aiming the beam at a metal target, usually tungsten or tantalum. This produces Bremsstrahlung x-rays. This type of x-ray can penetrate as well as gamma rays, but two-hundred kilowatts would be required to achieve necessary throughput. Irradiation requires different levels of exposure for different tasks. The International System's unit of ...
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Unions And Its Purpose - 1,012 words
Trade union or also called Labour union is an association of labourers in a particular trade, industry, or plant, formed to obtain by collective action improvements in pay, working conditions, and social and political status. Even with more workplace agreements in force in our modern Australian environment, unions are stilled needed to serve many other purposes. With more workplace agreements, many of them could overlap with some of the purposes of a union. But as many agreements as there can be, there will be problems or situations that an employer and employee will not agree on. Therefore unions would still be utilised for support and security of the employee. Trade unions have an existenc ...
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Ussr Collapse - 700 words
The progress with industrialization five year plan in the USSR was substantial, but they never caught up to the US. Russia had and still has the largest land and population, but they have always lacked in their Gross National Product, perpetually at least two thirds behind the U.S. USSR collapsed because its system lacked incentives, used production quotas and adapted poorly to change. The workers were paid for each item they produced, rather than the number of hours they worked. Piecework quotas, or workers that were paid for each piece of output they produced rather than for the numbers of hours they worked, were often set at impractical high levels, which resulted in storming. The workers ...
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Under Age Drinking - 1,134 words
Why would people who are under age want to drink? Well under age drinking isn't to uncommon. (1) Studies say that approximately 6% of 10-11 year old children use alcohol. 25% by the age of 14 and 55% by the age of 17. Approximately 92 percent of high school kids have used alcohol, of the 92 percent 64 percent use alcohol on a regular basis. Sometimes teenage kids drink under stress. Stress can be overwelming and kids don't know how to deel with it. Drinking is a way for them to forget about there problems and have fun. Kids also think that since there young that they can't get sick or even die from drinking. There wrong. Under age drinking is the main cause of alcohol abuse and alcohol relat ...
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