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  1. Rocky

    Optical Telescopes Optical Telescopes -- The purpose of a telescope is to collect light and then to have the image magnified. The larger the telescope's main light-collecting element, whether lens or mirror, the more light is collected. It is the total amount of light collected that ultimately

  2. Enviromental paper

    National Parks are for Nature not Drilling Over many years America has been questioning if we should drill for oil in the great outdoors of Alaska. The government has many reasons for why and why not to drill over the 1.5 million acre stretch along the shore where the oil is known to be.

  3. Setting Up a Hydroponic System

    Setting Up a Hydroponic System Thesis: Bubbleponics has helped and continues to help people around the world with such horrid climates in the fastest way possible, shaving off days of the growth compared to traditional methods. I) Preparation A) Net pot holes A.1) Support B) Air pump II)

  4. fresh water

    FRESH WATER CONSUMPTION AND MANAGEMENT In the year 2007, Atlanta Georgia faced a crisis which was unexpected especially within a developed nation, Atlanta was running out of water (Associated Press, 2007). With a 90-day water supply remaining, officials scrambled to find answers for the sake

  5. Sustainability

    TEST REPORT Title: Spectrophotometric determination of phosphate (HR) Date: 23 October 2013 Name: Luca Carboni – Dimitar Gantchev | Group A Aim: Determine the phosphor content of “Pokon” liquefied fertilizer to check if the information on the label is correct, via standard addition

  6. The Hardest Things Done

    Introduction My project changed many times. It started from the point that I didn’t even know what a hull was. From that, it evolved into the hardest things I have done in my life. The original question was ‘Does the hull of a boat affect how much water goes into a boat in a storm’, I thought

  7. Evolution Essay

    Some say we evolved from a monkey. Others say a Creator. What do you think? The Creation-Evolution Controversy has been disputed ever since we asked the question “Where did we come from?” For too long, people of religion and science have debated on which stands more true. I think it’s time to

  8. Global Energy

    The energy industry consists of the oil, gas, coal and consumable fuel, and the energy equipment & services industries. The oil, gas & consumable fuel industry values reflect revenues generated from exploration, production, refining, marketing, storage & transportation of oil, gas, coal and

  9. Mental Status Examination

    The Mental Status Examination According to Keltner (2007), the MSE has a number of categories which help organizes the information gained during a patient assessment including: General Appearance: Type, condition and appropriateness of clothing (for age, season, setting), grooming,

  10. Biology Study Guide

    INTRODUCTION AND SCIENTIFIC METHOD (ch 1 and 4) Biology is the systematic study of life. Atoms  Molecules  Cells  Tissues  Organs  Organ system Population  Community  Ecosystem  Biosphere Population: a group of individuals of a species in an area Community: all

  11. Relationships of Animals Dentitions and Their Diets

    Aim: To find out the relationships of animals dentitions and their diets. Background Research: Teeth are found in mouths of many mammals and vertebrates. They are mainly used to tear, scrape, milk, and chew food. Some mammals also use teeth to hunt or defend itself. Teeth are used by

  12. Jeffery Dahmer

    In life there are many events that take place to help mold a person’s character, whether its good or bad. Jeffery Dahmer A.k.A the “monster” had a terrible childhood. He was neglected by his father and then molested by the next door neighbor. When his parent split up he needed something to help

  13. Natuaral Resource Shortage

    Humans consume, discard, poison, and waste water without considering the long-term consequences. Supplying enough water in the right quantity, at the right time and in the right place has always been a concern. All life depends on water. Water is as important to life as air, food and sunlight.

  14. On Being the Right Size

    On Being the Right Size In his article, “On Being the Right Size”, J.B.S. Heldane explains his theory on everything having a perfect size. He states that animals will not be able to follow their normal living habits if they were enlarged or reduced more than three times, in the case of large

  15. My Race and My Community

    Race and My Community Prassedes Ciappolino Williams ETH/125 Axia College of the University of Phoenix In late 2007, I, along with my mother, moved to Raleigh North Carolina to be with my future husband. I was pregnant and had high hopes for the future. I had recently gotten

  16. esssay

    An unlikely happy ending for the chemical weapon containers that were dumped in the Pacific Ocean after World War II - US scientists have discovered an array of sponges, crabs and anemones that have made them home. The barrels are still filled with unknown substances that threaten other

  17. Classification and Marine Biodiversity

    Classification and Marine Biodiversity Important Background Information that you need to know and understand: (Understand the Key Concepts) Key words: binominal system of naming; science of classification is taxonomy; species; levels of classification (know them); dichotomous identification

  18. What Is Pi?

    What is pi ( )? Who first used pi? How do you find its value? What is it for? How many digits is it?By definition, pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Pi is always the same number, no matter which circle you use to compute it. For the sake of usefulness people

  19. Insect-Killing Fungi

    Over the billions of years of it's existence, all creatures on Earth have adapted and evolved in order to survive. While some are particularly fast, others are poisonous, and others have learned to survive in much more clever fashion. Fungi of the genus Cordyceps survive as parasites; feeding

  20. How to Select a Fruit Tree

    What to Look for when Buying a Tree Although the process of growing and caring for a tree is generally challenging and even difficult at times, sometimes one of the hardest parts is choosing which kind you want. You have to choose between the many sizes, fruit, and other attributes. The

  21. System of Inquiry Paper

    System of Inquiry Paper PHL 323 University of Phoenix System of Inquiry Paper The United States has been increasingly concerned with the ethical changes or lack there of that seem to be plaguing our business corporations and work environment more and more. The question of the use

  22. Perfect

    1994 STANDARDS QUESTION #4 page 2 of 2 PAIR B. PROKARYOTES > EUKARYOTES (Maximum: 6 points) I. Evolutionary Overview: Endosymbiotic &/or Autogenous Theory (explanation of) II. Evolutionary Relationships / Evidence:

  23. Pollution

    Pollution: It is a contamination of soil, water and air. It can be in the form of chemicals or energy. Pollution are of different types: -Air pollution: Air pollution is caused by releasing chemicals into the atmosphere from cars and factories which contain poisonous substance that causes

  24. Nitrogen Cycle

     NITROGEN CYCLE: Nitrogen cycle is the process by which nitrogen is converted between its various chemical forms. The nitrogen cycle starts with nitrogen in the air. As we know that about 79% of air constitutes nitrogen but animals and plants cannot absorb this nitrogen directly from air.

  25. Registered Nurse

    Personality says a lot about a person, also extremely important to have certain styles when it comes to being a nurse. For one, you need to have the concern for others; being understanding toward your patient is extremely helpful. You need to be a dependable person; people are relying on you to

  26. Microscope

    Introduction The microscope is one of the principal tools of the scientist. Because objects can be very small, a microscope is often used to view them. Without the microscope, many of the great discoveries of science would never have been made. Microscopes were invented during the late

  27. Biology Outline

    OUTLINE CELL WALL o Found in many organisms, including plants, algae, fungi, and nearly all prokaryotes. Animal cells do not contain cell walls. o Lies outside the cell membrane. Most cell walls allow water, oxygen, carbon dioxide and other substances to pass through. o The main

  28. The Need of a New Career

    Susan G. WANTED: Scholarship Association willing to award a mature and hard working student a position to attend the school in Fall 2008.  Will demonstrate to be worthy of investment through diligence, dedication, and determined work ethic. Am ready to work hard and succeed. Asking for an

  29. The Effort to Discover

    Respested Principal, Professors , Judges And all my dearfriends Science (from the Latin scientia, meaning "knowledge" or "knowing") is the effort to discover, and increase human understanding of how the physical world works. Using controlled methods, scientists collect data in the form of

  30. The Human Genome Project

    The Human Genome Project October 29, 2008 By Tracy Pliszka The Human Genome Project (HGP) officially began in October of 1990 and was said to have been completed in 2003. It was supposed to be finished