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  • Cell During A Lack Of Water
    437 words
    The human body consists of massive amounts of different tissues and oranges, all doing different things. It's inevitable that these tissues need a large amount of energy to maintain health and to stay productive. When the body encounters a famine, it reacts to the lack of food by many different starvation endorse tactics. When the body enters into a lack of water, there is very little it can do but stop the production of urine and sweat. The human body consists a mass of eighty percent water plu...
  • Upper Body Of A Woman
    356 words
    Ea The mysteries of mermaids have been around for centuries. They are believed to have the upper body of a woman, the lower body of a fish like being, and are believed to be sexy with beautiful voices that sing to sailors worldwide. They are also thought to play musical instruments. There are many versions of different sightings and legends from all walks of life but it remands to be seen whether or not they are true, as no one has ever actually caught one. Mermaids have been called many things ...
  • Starfish Lives
    571 words
    The asteroid, more commonly known as the starfish, or sea star, is an invertebrate that lives mainly in an oceanic environment. These unique and unusual creatures have a number of arms that protrude away from their spiny skinned bodies. The exact number of arms depends on the species; some have only three, and the most is 42. Most people commonly associate the starfish with haveing five arms. However, there are many species of starfish that have 3, 4, 6, 7, and 8 arms. Each arm that extends out ...
  • First Rule Regarding The Pressure Water
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    Scuba diving is a sport in which you can lose yourself to the beauty of the underwater world and escape gravity for a short time. You can wander among kelp forests or swim with sleek noble sharks. You can find a fortune in Spanish ducats or lose yourself in the beauty of the underwater realm. Some may say though that diving is an extreme sport and that it is too risky for anyone, it's just for the wild hooligans. Scuba Diving is a safe and enjoyable hobby despite the small risk involved. Haven't...
  • Water Aerobics Class
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    Water Aerobics Water aerobics has been a strong growing type of exercise for many age groups for years. Water aerobics is a combination of arm and leg movements done in water for beginners. This type of aerobic exercise is typically done for less than an hour. This includes the same type of program as land aerobics with warm up and cool down periods. Swimming exercise uses more of the overall muscle mass of the body than almost any other form of exercise. (Water aerobics, "What is water aerobics...
  • Kidneys In The Form Of Urine
    591 words
    Kidneys In vertebrates, kidneys are the two major organs of excretion. Excess water, toxic waste products of metabolism such as urea, uric acid, and inorganic salts are disposed of by kidneys in the form of urine. Kidneys are also largely responsible for maintaining the water balance of the body and the pH of the blood. Kidneys play important roles in other bodily functions, such as releasing the protein, and helping to control blood pressure. Kidneys are paired, reddish-brown, bean-shaped struc...
  • Body Volume From Underwater Weight
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    During the past 68 years many laboratory procedures have been developed to analyze the body in relation to its three major structural components: fat, muscle, and bone. Some of the procedures are time-consuming and require the use of sophisticated, expensive laboratory equipment, while other procedures are fairly simple and inexpensive. There are several ways of measuring body fat: measuring skin-fold thickness with calipers, hydrostatic weighing, where a person's underwater weight is compared w...
  • Course The Wake Board Into The Boat
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    Wakeboarding Have you ever been Wakeboarding? I have, my first time was last summer. My friend Matt asked me if I wanted to go wake boarding with him and I said yes. I had never tried it before so of course I was nervous, but extremely excited at the same time. Matt said he would teach me, he had a lot of confidence in me that I would get the hang of it pretty fast. So I drove over to Matt's house nervous with excitement, the boat sitting in his driveway latched to his step dads maroon Chevy Sil...
  • Drink Plenty Of Water
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    Picture this, (I know that for some of you it won't be that hard since we just got back from Spring Break), but you wake up looking up at the ceiling, you hope that you are in your own bed but somehow you know that its not true since there is a toilet in close proximity to your head. Speaking of your head, it feels like it has been run over by the Budweiser Clydesdale horses. You try to remember what has brought you here but all you can think of is how you feel like hell. This brings on the famo...
  • My Water Aerobic Routine
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    Physical activity is an important part of daily life. It allows for many benefits in health and well-being, just 30 minutes a day can reduce the risk of developing certain diseases and conditions. This includes water aerobics. Aerobic exercise in general is important because your body uses oxygen to produce energy for physical activity. Aerobic means with oxygen. This can be accomplished by participating in water aerobics. Water aerobics is a good way to achieve an aerobic metabolism. Aerobic me...
  • Important Swimming Stroke
    793 words
    Swimming was invented before recorded history. Humans discovered how to swim by accident. A person probably fell into the water and struggled to shore using a dog-paddle stroke. There was an Egyptian hieroglyph for swimming dating from 2500 BC. The ancient Greeks and Romans made swimming an important part of their military training programs. There have been known swimming contests that were organized in Japan as early as the 1st century BC. During the Middle Ages in Europe, swimming declined in ...
  • Worship For Sanatana Dharmas
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    On an excavation of the Mohenjo-Dark and Dholavira, in modern day Pakistan, archeologist stumbled upon a civilization, thriving in the Indus Valley from 2500 BCE to 1500 BC. They named the civilization, Harappan. Though archeologists found little conclusive evidence of temples in the Harappan cities, the assumed advanced, ancient Sanatana Dharma (preferred term of people commonly referred to as Hindu, meaning "ageless way of moral order, duty, and natural law of cosmos". (Fisher 61) ) had plumbi...
  • Remote Matter Of Baptism
    625 words
    Roman Catholic Church practices seven sacraments, and Baptism is by far one of the most important of them. The reason for this is that Holy Baptism in the Catholic Church is the door of spiritual life; for it we are made members of Christ and incorporated with the Church. And since through the first man death entered into all, unless we be born again of water and the Holy Ghost, we can not enter into the kingdom of Heaven (Williams, 1988). Therefore, since Catholics believe that they cannot ente...
  • Their Knees To Holy Water
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    Keeping in mind the symbolism of water as a source of purification and rebirth, what do we learn of S ivd on the last night of his life In many religions, water serves as a mode of cleansing sins and redeeming yourself in the eyes of God. Children are baptized with water. In India, people will crawl on their knees to holy water just for the chance of dipping themselves in this water to repent all of their sins. In his novel, Crime and Punishment, Dostoevsky uses water as a mode of purification w...
  • Your Partners Air During A Dive
    2,700 words
    The Underwater World "There you are, totally weightless, quietly soaring just above the sea floor with only the smallest amount of physical exertion. Small fish come out of their holes to look at you. How about that You are the curiosity. You are the thing that does not belong. Perhaps this is why you dive. You are taking part in exploring man's last ecological frontier. The very thought would excite anyone whose blood still flows in his veins. The diver is the observer, he looks at everything h...
  • Archimedes Principle
    1,339 words
    "The Wise One.".. "The Master.".. "The Great Geometer" Archimedes is considered one of the three greatest mathematicians of all time along with Newton and Gauss. In his own time, he was known as "the wise one,"the master" and "the great geometer" and his works and inventions brought him fame that lasts to this very day. He was one of the last great Greek mathematicians. Born in 287 B.C., in Syracuse, a Greek seaport colony in Sicily, Archimedes was the son of Phidias, an astronomer. Except for h...
  • Different Experiences In One Essay
    531 words
    Critical Essay #1 Marion Rogers, Author of "Water Stories", successfully used the method of several short stories, one or two paragraphs each, separated by specific dates and places, to get her main point across. Using this method, she was able to weave together completely different experiences in one essay by choosing one theme, and linking all of the stories to this one constant. By using the opening introduction: "Water is as much a part of me as the stories I tell", she lets the reader know ...

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