• Will Computers Control Humans In The Future
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    Will Computers Control Humans In The Future? People always tend to seek the easy way out looking for something that would make their lives easier. Machines and tools have given us the ability to do more in less time giving us, at the same time, more comfort. As the technology advances, computers become faster and more powerful. These new machines are enabling us to do more in less time making our lives easier. The increased use of computers in the future, however, might have negative results an...
  • Atomic Bomb War Decision America
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    The Right Choice On August 6, 1945, at 8: 15 the American plane The Enola Gay changed history forever. The plane dropped the first atomic bomb over the city of Hiroshima, Japan in a successful effort to ended World War II. The question on whether or not such a powerful attack was necessary to end the war has often been asked. I believe that America was made the right decision in dropping the atomic bomb on Japan. The attack was the only way possible for America to win the war, while sparing thou...
  • Does God Exist People Lives Suffering
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    Where is God The question does God exist is the one that most likely comes up in the minds of people when disaster strikes or tragedy occurs. Why would he let the creation he most dearly loves suffer so greatly I am going to try to answer this question as difficult as it may seem to some people. God does exist and is with us in everything we do in our lives. There are two possible ways that we can see God in our lives. He either exists outside the mind, or he does not. There is no other alterna...
  • Pastoral Care Stories Story God
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    African American Pastoral Care by Edward P. Wimberley is a supplement to the book written in 1979 on Pastoral Care in the Black Church. Pastoral Care by African Americans shows pastoral counselors how to care for African Americans through a narrative methodology. By linking personal stories and the pastor's stories to the heart language of the Bible stories, counselors can use God's unfolding drama to bring healing and reconciliation to human lives. Further, demonstrating that caring can be show...
  • Proud To Ba An American
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    Proud to be an American am proud to be an American because I was born here. Four generations back, my ancestors came here from Europe. We have the right to be any religion we choose. Voting is a right of all people. We also have the most liberties and rights of any nation on earth. First of all, our nation is the richest country. We have clothes like T-shirts, jeans, socks and all sorts of other stuff. Afghanistan has sheets that they wrap around themselves. We have all sorts of food. We can g...
  • United States People Bomb Truman
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    The Most Difficult Decision Ever President Truman stood in the oval office full of many advisors, but was truly alone ready to make the hardest decision, which would change the world forever. Is dropping the bomb the right decision for the president to make? Dropping the bomb wasn't the right decision to make, because many people lost their lives and it wasn't right to make that move. On December 7, 1941 the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and on December 8, 1941 the president of the United States ...
  • Australia And New Zealand People Criminals Change
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    Overall view of colonization of Australia and New Zealand The overall idea of getting rid of the criminals in one country and sending them to what is to be believed to be deserted land sounds good to those who are ridding themselves of the criminals. But, if that land is not deserted and contains people of a totally different culture, there will most definitely be problems. The ridding of the criminals turned these two countries around (Australia and New Zealand). Great Britain viewed these two ...
  • Penicillin World War
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    Penicillin was accidentally discovered at St. Mary's Hospital, London in 1929 by Dr. Alexander Fleming. As test continued, Fleming began to realize that he was on the verge of a great discovery. However, he still did not know the identity of the fungus, and had little knowledge of fungi. His crude extracts could be diluted 1, 000 times and still be effective in killing bacteria. After years of working on penicillin and going nowhere, many of his co-workers grew tired of hearing about it. The fi...
  • What Is Life Without Ignorance
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    What is life without Suffering? We all suffer from being ignorant. Is it possible to end your ignorance? According to the Buddhist theory it is. It is possible to end your ignorance and all personal desire to eventually become enlightened and reach Nirvana, which is utter peace. Ending your ignorance will in turn end suffering. The Buddha taught that there were many natural occurrences that led up to ignorance and that we all are capable of liberating ourselves from. It is true that we all have ...
  • Dunny Takes The Fifth
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    Dunny Takes The Fifth The roles which, being neither those of Hero nor Heroine, Confidante nor Villian, but which were none-the less essential to bring about the Recognition or the denouement... Fifth Business, as defined in the book. The book Fifth Business is testimony of events in the life of the main character Dunstable (later renamed Dunstan) Ramsay. Dunstan feels that his whole life has been spent as the 'fifth business' in the lives of others. There is a lot of truth and relevance to this...
  • Life Stinks Lives Principles Independent
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    Graduation speech Good afternoon distinguished guests, parents, teachers, administrators, friends and especially to the CLASS OF 2003. Today marks the end of a chapter in our lives. Tomorrow we will embark on a journey to places unimaginable. No longer will we be sheltered by those things that have been our foundation for so many years. We will have to make decisions independently. In fact we will be independent. Independent from our parents, from our communities, and from the friends that have...
  • Guns Protect Life Lives
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    Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness. These are the most commonly recited of out fundamental, natural rights. It seems fitting that the right to life would be mentioned first. Without the right to remain alive, to be safe from attack, to defend oneself against attack, the other rights become meaning less. It is impossible to enjoy liberty, the pursuit of happiness, or anything else if one is not alive, or if ones life is threatened. As a society, we have taken steps to try to protect this ...
  • Gandhi's Relevance In Modern Times
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    I remember my grandmother telling me a story. It was 11 December, 1930, not an important event as far as history is concerned. For my grandmother, however, it was a precious memory. She told me that the whole atmosphere in her village was full of patriotism that day. The Village Park was being decorated with flowers, a podium had been constructed, and people were going to every house in the village giving a cry of swadeshi, poor na swaraj and most importantly to give the news that Bapuji was com...
  • Nope Lives People Dont
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    My eighth grade english teacher has made a lasting impression on my life. I will never forget the important lessons she went over. Advertising in the media, the importance of the holocaust, and racism are a few that made the most impact on my life. I never would have stopped to think about how the media can control our feelings and shape our lives. She pointed out and analyzed how advertisments work to make people feel bad about themselves, and confide in what is being advertised in order to be ...
  • The Fisher King Response
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    The spaces and places represented in Paule Marshall's The Fisher King are important to the development of the characters and their conflicts with one another. Marshall draws two opposing great-grandmothers by making them and the spaces they occupy, their homes, significant to who they are. For instance, U lene, Sonny's West Indian great-grandmother lives in a slovenly house that is harsh to look at and she is hard to handle, as the inside of her mind has begun to match the inside of her home. Th...
  • Joy Club Lives Daughters Women
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    "The Joy Luck Club": A Review of the Novel by Amy Tan Amy Tan's novel "The Joy Luck Club" is outwardly the story of friendship, trials, and tribulations. The story serves a much greater function than simple entertainment, however. It also provides an opportune window into a particular time in history, a time in which the feminist movement was just beginning to gain momentum and a time in which the concept of cultural diversity and its impact on even the most basic aspects of life was beginn...
  • Bonzer War Makes The Reader
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    A BoNZeR WaR Here in Castlemaine, we are constantly scanning the skies for Iraqi rockets, and if it takes the deaths of a few thousand Iraqi women and children to remove the risk, it's a price that I, for one, am willing to pay. From all accounts, most are poor, undernourished, ill and badly defended to boot. Who better to have a war with? And the bonus is, we get some of the oil. What percentage have we signed up for, John? Barry Thomson, Castle Maine Barry Thomson intention in the article "a b...
  • Acid And Bases Conclusion
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    Acids Acid And Bases Conclusion: Acids appear in products people use every day. To start, an acid is a compound that releases hydrogen ions in water. In order to find out if a substance is an acid, one must test it with litmus paper and a pH scale. On the pH scale acids measure from 1 to 6, pH 1 being the most acidic (the highest concentration of hydrogen ions). One example of an everyday product that is an acid is lemon juice which is used for cooking. Lemon juice has a pH of 1, this means tha...
  • Are Students Safe Current
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    Current Event Are students safe in school anymore? Today two more lives are lost in a school shooting. This time it happened in Arkansas University. It is all under investigation right now, but it appears to be a murder-suicide situation. They still have not given any information on the shooter, but the victims apparently were a professor at the university and a graduate student. How many more lives need to be lost and how many more lives will be lost until the government or someone decides to d...
  • People Criminals Lives Change
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    The overall idea of getting rid of the criminals in one country and sending them to what is to be believed to be deserted land sounds good to those who are ridding themselves of the criminals. But, if that land is not deserted and contains people of a totally different culture, there will most definitely be problems. The ridding of the criminals turned these two countries around (Australia and New Zealand). Great Britain viewed these two lands as excellent ways to improve their land by getting r...