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An Agricultural Movement
Number of words: 1735 - Number of pages: 7

.... evidence for the use of natural enemies and parasites to control pests is sufficient to support their use. (16). Even so, pesticides have been used for centuries. In James Whorton’s book, Before Silent Spring, he describes agriculture before the Industrial Revolution. He writes that farmers in the 1800's used arsenic and sulphur to stop insects and molds from harming their crops. Even then it was known that arsenic caused skin lesions, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and swollen, painful hands and feet. In England in the late 1800's, arsenic was found in contaminated sulphuric acid, used t .....

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Number of words: 1357 - Number of pages: 5

.... The resulting oxide was supposed to possess marvelous powers, and it was thought that there resided within in the individualities of the various metals, that in it their various substances were incorporated. This black powder was mystically identified with the underworld form of the god Osiris, and consequently was credited with magical properties. Thus there grew up in Egypt the belief that magical powers existed in fluxes and alloys. Probably such a belief existed throughout Europe in connection with the bronze-working castes of its several races. Its was probably in the Byzantium of t .....

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Number of words: 341 - Number of pages: 2

.... an appetite loss or gain. Manic depression is a recurrent illness, so a person usually has more than one episode. These episodes can last from weeks to months. They occur whenever and have no certain pattern. Sometimes a stressful life event can trigger an episode, and sometimes they just happen. If a person has more than four episodes a year they are known as “rapid cyclers”. This is more common in women. There is no exact reason for what causes manic depression, but some doctors say that it may be from imbalances of certain kinds of brain chemicals. Heredity also has a little part to .....

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Atmospheric Circulation And More
Number of words: 685 - Number of pages: 3

.... representation of the general circulation of the atmosphere. The equatorial belt of variable winds and calms ranges from 5 degrees north to 5 degrees south. This wind belt is characterized by weak winds and low pressure from the inter tropical convergence zone. As you go further north or south you encounter the Hadley Cells. Hadley cell circulation is caused by the movement of high pressure from the latitudes at 5 to 30 degrees north and 5 to 30 degrees south to low pressure areas around the equator. The movement of air from high pressure to low pressure cau .....

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Historic Model Of Science
Number of words: 673 - Number of pages: 3

.... model’ could easily be blamed for the breakdown of the religious-infested societies that plagued the world. This became very important to everyone involved, which proved to be more people than expected. The ‘heroic model’ was an opening for scientist and others to express their opinions without the fear of being ostracized and labeled as a blasphemer. These people were no longer look down upon as sinners, against God and religion, yet they were praised for bring truth and secularity to the world. “Facts” no longer were infested or influenced by r .....

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Aids 4
Number of words: 3029 - Number of pages: 12

.... male population of this country immensely more quickly than in other populations. It became to be thought of as a "gay disease". Because the disease is spread primarily by exposure of ones blood to infected blood or semen, I.V. drug addicts who shared needles were soon identified as an affected group. As the AIDS epidemic began to affect increasingly large fractions of those two populations (gay males and IV drug abusers), many of the rest of this society looked on smugly, for both populations tended to be despised by the "mainstream" of society here. But AIDS is also spread by heterosex .....

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EPA Urges Tough Rules On Arsenic
Number of words: 308 - Number of pages: 2

.... alternative standards – ranging from as low as 3 parts per billion to as high as 20 parts per billion. Whitman states it is to dangerous to have the arsenic levels over 20 parts per billion. Person 4- Arsenic occurs naturally in rocks, soil, water, air, plants and animals. High concentration levels are mostly found in the drinking water in the Western states. Long-term exposure to arsenic in drinking water led to cancer of the bladder, lungs, skin, kidney, nasal passages, and liver according to the EPA in March of 1999. Person 5- The proposal by the EPA must still be approved by the White .....

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Gene Therapy 3
Number of words: 781 - Number of pages: 3

.... procedure is because I believe it would eliminate the freedom of sexual preference throughout our society. As Thomas Jefferson stated in "The Declaration of Independence," "We hold these truths to be self- evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness"(314). If we are told that we have the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, then we should have the right to live with the homosexuality gene and have the right to sexual preference. No one sho .....

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Number of words: 424 - Number of pages: 2

.... . For this purpose, the concentrated liquor is transferred from the evaporators to the ‘pan.’ The pan is essentially a simple vacuum evaporator in which the removal of water continues until the concentration is appropriate for crystallization. As this proceeds, juice continues to be drawn into the pan in order to maintain a supply of crystallizable sugar. The concentration of impurities increases in the syrup as sugar is withdrawn by crystallization, and the entire boiling mass stiffens as the viscosity increases and the quantity of grows. These two factors determine the termination of th .....

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Number of words: 1783 - Number of pages: 7

.... another 1.6 million to file by the end of this fiscal year, (Shop 'til We Drop [STWD], 1997). These are two vivid examples of the amazing rate at which affluenza is growing. These numbers are occurring Causes & Cures despite the strong economy and perhaps because of it. With the economy in the U.S. going so well credit card companies are issuing more credit. Consumers are then using their new found credit to buy without even thinking of how they will pay for the products. They get the credit cards because of the appealingly low 5.9% introductory rate and go for it, but the credit card c .....

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