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  • Human And The Covenant
    268 words
    The human race and the UNSC are at war with the alien race, the Covenant, who are bent on wiping out humankind. After the huge battle at Reach, one of the last remaining human strongholds, the SPARTAN soldiers were wiped out. Captain Keyes, a general of Earth, attempted to crash land the Pillar Of Autumn on Halo with the master chief. He jumps ship with the rest of remaining crew, just at the last minute in a rescue pod with a stowaway on board. An Elite, a Covenant soldier whose orders are to a...
  • Actual Number Of Humans
    326 words
    OVERPOPULATION & THE ENVIROMENT I believe that the actual number of humans that live on this earth is the problem rather than how we live on the earth. We should develop new processes of growing, disposing, etc, to overcome our viral tendencies. Overpopulation is becoming one of the most preeminent problems facing human civilization. This complicated, pervasive issue is a problem of the utmost importance for people of all races, religions, and nationalities. Our planet now provides for approxima...
  • Palmer's Essay
    443 words
    Human beings. We are an exclusive species. Humans are able to achieve abstract thought, while most of the creatures in the animal king don have an attention span of only minutes. We are able to extract the purest elements from the most barren lands. We are also able to destroy the fragile biodiversity that has taken the earth millions of years to create. Should humankind, however, be punished for pushing so many different species into extinction by becoming extinct itself? In Thomas Palmer's ess...
  • Jan Rodricks To Overthrow The Overlords
    611 words
    All through history humans have rebelled against authority and overthrown their leaders whom they did not approve of. People do not readily accept others as their rulers, especially when they did not elect those rulers themselves. Some examples of this date back to the revolutionary war when the 13 colonies rebelled against their mother country of Great Britain. To the 13 colonies Britain probably seemed invincible. But the colonies rebelled anyway despite the great overwhelming power that Brita...
  • Gods Back To Earth
    368 words
    Everworld is the place where the ancient gods of earth went eons ago, taking their followers with them, but leaving most of humanity behind. As Christopher explains, 'Somehow, someway, for some reason, the old gods of Earth decided to abandon the real world. We didn't know why. Just knew that the gods of the Norsemen and the gods of the Greeks and the gods of the Aztecs and the Inca and the Egyptians and all the endless panoply of immortals, all decided they'd had enough of the real world. Our w...
  • Nu Wa Creates Humanity
    638 words
    "Creator of Man-Kind" In the beginning, the earth was nothing but a huge, dark, and empty piece of rock. Then an egg cracked, out came the God that separated the earth from heaven. From the "God" (Pan Ku), came lots of other deities that helped create earth as a whole. One of the deities was Nu Wa. Nu Wa's life was told in three stories; "Nu Wa Creates Humanity", "The Marriage of Nu Wa and Fu Xi", and "Nu Wa Mends the Sky". From the readings, Nu Wa plays different roles. All this roles leads to ...
  • Protess Completion Of The Zarg
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    This is only the beginning... In this technologically advanced world of the 30th century, the 'United Earth Defence Force' is Earth's keeper of peace and also known as the Confederacy's Army. The UED F thrives on keen youngsters who help expand their already overwhelming force for, supposedly, Earth's well being. During the Confederacy's reign, Earth waged war against the fiendish race called the Zarg that inhabited the planet called Char, approximately 600,000 light-years away. This war was fou...
  • Resource To Sustainable Amount
    441 words
    To an ordinary person, a life raft, an island, and the earth may not resemble in any way. They! re different in physical appearance, in emotional affections, and even in literary symbolic meaning. But to an environmentalist, these three systems have many similarities in their way of supporting livelihood. With limited resource and unlimited demand due to population, no matter how big a system is (in this case, the planet earth is the biggest comparing to the other two), livelihood must be restri...

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