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  • United Nations 1998 Human Development Index
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    Comparing The Old United Nation's Human Development Index To The New One The United Nations is an international organization established immediately after World War 2 to maintain international peace and security and to achieve cooperation in solving international economic, social, cultural and humanitarian problems. The United Nation's Charter, which is the organization's governing treaty, was first drawn up in 1945 at a meeting held in San Francisco. The principle organs of the United Nations c...
  • Development And Widespread Use Of Polymers
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    Polymers are large molecules composed of smaller molecules called monomers. Monomers are produced and either grow together or are assembled to produce a single polymer. There are synthetic and natural polymers. Some examples of natural polymers would be wood, starches, fingernails, and hair. Synthetic polymers are usually referred to as plastics. Petroleum, is the primary monomer used to produce polymers. An English chemist named Alexander Parkes was the first scientist to produce the first synt...
  • Strengths And Usefulness This Theory
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    Theory Analysis Sigmund Freud - Psychosexual Theory. Basic Philosophy - The basic philosophy is that the sex instinct is the most factor influencing personality; sexual instinct is present at birth, but it occurs in stages. The sex instinct provides the driving force for thought and activity. If conflicts from these stages are not resolved fixations may occur. If overindulgence at a stage may result in a person remaining at that stage. Certain personality traits develop from difficulty in one st...
  • Web 1 P 51 Roman Architecture
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    Roman Influence on Architecture The world of architecture has been greatly influenced and affected by Roman architectural design and development. Their innovative designs and influential developments developed centuries ago have provided a basis for architectural masterpieces found across the planet and, what's more, have remained relevant into the 21st Century. While the Romans borrowed many architectural designs from the Greeks and Etruscans, the additions that they did make to the world of ar...
  • Stealth Aircraft
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    WHAT IS THE B-2 BOMBER? Stealth Aircraft, military aircraft, fighters, and bombers designed to elude detection and tracking systems, such as radar and infrared monitoring. Stealth technology is used to mask unmanned objects such as cruise missiles. The United States is a world leader in developing and deploying stealth technology, although much about its program remains classified. Stealth technology includes a variety of design features that affect an aircraft signal, also called its signature,...
  • Development Of Greek Geometry
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    Greek Geometry Although the original roots of geometry can be traced to the Egyptians, the Greeks built on most Egyptian theories that we use today. Greek astronomy and Greek geometry were both used in order to answer many difficult questions of the time. Without geometry, the study of astronomy would have been almost impossible, and vice versa. Even though many Greek theorems and principles were later built on by geniuses such as Einstein and Lobachevsky, the basis still remains the same. The d...
  • Use Of Smart Weapons
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    The Impact of AI on Warfare. It is well known that throughout history man's favourite past time has been to make war. It has always been recognised that the opponent with the better weapons usually came out victorious. Nowadays, there is an increasing dependency, by the more developed nations, on what are called smart weapons and on the development of these weapons. The social impact of AI on warfare is something which needs to be considered very carefully for it raises many ethical and moral is...
  • Good Use To Mercury
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    The Quicksilver Chemistry I October 25, 1996 One day an ancient alchemist was sitting at his and noticed a strange silvery liquid-like metal. He called several of his colleagues over to admire it. It was passed down through the years, this chemical reaction, that formed this " Quicksilver' as the alchemists called it. One day a French chemist Antoine Laurent Lavoisier tested and proclaimed it a metal. And he named it Mercury (Hg). With strong controversy from scientists around the world, Lavoisi...
  • Information On Algebra And Geometry
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    Unlike geometry, algebra was not developed in Europe. Algebra was actually discovered (or developed) in the Arab countries along side geometry. Many mathematicians worked and developed the system of math to be known as the algebra of today. European countries did not obtain information on algebra until relatively later years of the 12th century. After algebra was discovered in Europe, mathematicians put the information to use in very remarkable ways. Also, algebraic and geometric ways of thinkin...
  • Technological Development And The Third World
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    Technological Development and the Third World TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT AND THE THIRD WORLD I wonder if people in Third World countries know that they are considered the "Third World" Do they use that term in reference to themselves Do they have any perception of the comparison, judgment and bias that goes into that statement I'd like to think that they don't. In the film about the La dack people that we watched in class, it was mentioned that they didn't have a word for poverty. No such word ev...
  • Fragments Throughout The Essay
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    In "Our Secret" by Susan Griffin, the essay uses fragments throughout the essay to symbolize all the topics and people that are involved. The fragments in the essay tie together insides and outsides, human nature, everything affected by past, secrets, cause and effect, and development with the content. These subjects and the fragments are also similar with her life stories and her interviewees that all go together. The author also uses her own memories mixed in with what she heard from the inter...
  • Virtual Reality Research Head
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    Virtual reality has promise for nearly every industry ranging from architecture and design to movies and entertainment, but the real industry to gain from this technology is science in general. The money that can be saved examining the probability of experiments in an artificial world before they are actually carried out could be great, and the money saved on energy could be even greater. Virtual reality is something that personally excites me because uses and benefits of it are never ending. Th...
  • Good Film Developer
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    Basics of film developing This step, basics of film developing, is very important that can make a person becomes a great photography. After knowing how to use the camera and how to take the pictures, the next step is learning how to develop the film. Although the person has a good negative; but a person doesn't have a good develop's skill, or doesn't know the right way about developing, how can that person makes a good picture. He / she should know how to develop film and how to roll the film. B...
  • Horn Players In Order
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    In Prehistoric times, the bell was pointed forwards above the head. It was used to make a lot of noise in battle. It could only produce one or two notes. Around the 1600's, shells and animal horns used for signalling, particularly in hunting. These were gradually replaced by metal instruments which were made longer in order to get more notes to give more complicated signals. As they increased in length, they were coiled up to make them easier to handle and to use on horseback. They called them c...
  • Film Use And One For Paper
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    When someone says the word photography the first thing that most people think of is pictures. People never think of what goes in to the developing process. They do not think about all the chemicals that go into developing the pictures. Many people just wonder why their picture came back with nothing on it or why they look like a ghost. They do not even bother to think about all the chemistry that goes on to develop the pictures. They think of how much money they just wasted on a bunch of messed ...
  • Gunpowder And The Invention Of The Cannon
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    The developments of gunpowder and the cannon were the most important advances during the Middle Ages. If it weren't for these inventions, who knows how we would be fighting today, possibly still the wars of Ancient Rome. The development of gunpowder meant that soon the use of knights would be useless because of the projectile that could easily knock a knight off his horse, rendering him helpless. The gunpowder enabled this projectile. The development of the cannon goes hand-in-hand with the gunp...
  • Use Of Linear Perspective
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    Perspective, as used in the context of paintings and drawings, has been a device used by artists to provide the viewer with an interpretation as to the make up and / or meaning signified in a piece of art by way of use of artistic elements such as, color, contrast, shading, proportion, etc. Linear perspective as used in the context of paintings and drawings, is a device used by artists and designers as a method of adding a third dimension to two dimensional space by way of use of one, or multipl...
  • Use Of 2 Developers
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    RAD approach is the development of software with the use of existing tools and codes to quickly create a program with minimal personnel and low budget. In this situation, the use of existing tools and codes was necessary, a small team was required, and software development lasted a short period of time, all of which characterise what the RAD approach is. The use of existing tools and codes characterises the RAD approach. In this situation Fusion MX was used to develop a website. Fusion is an obj...
  • Proteomic Analysis In Drug Development
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    Prototeomics Assignment Part 1: Proteomics is defined by one web site as the "complete set of proteins encoded by the genome of a given organism". 1 However, further research finds that a set of encoded proteins is actually called a proteome. Whereas, proteomics refers to the sequencing, labeling of proteins, and involves the recognition of both their "physiological and pathophysicalogical functions". 2 It is the labeling and sequencing of the genomes that is, therefore, said to revive the inter...
  • Used Arabic Script
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    Arabic Arabic Calligraphy Arabic Calligraphy Arabic calligraphy is one of the greatest arts of the Arabs. Because Islam forbade the making and worshipping of idols, there was no scope for arts like sculpture to develop and, therefore, Muslims directed their talents towards arts such as literature, architecture, arabesque and calligraphy. Another main reason for the development of calligraphy was the need to make copies of the Quran, which was considered a most meritorious act. Like the names of ...

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