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  • False Information
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    Lies injure those who believe them. If a lie is about a person, and the lie is believed and acted upon, the person lied about is also injured. Thus lying involves at least one non-consenting party. By lying, of course, I do not mean fiction. Reasonable people (becoming scarcer all the time) know that fiction is not literally true. Fighting lies with the truth is the best strategy, but this strategy is often difficult because wealth, power, and access to the media are so unfairly distributed with...
  • Good Information Including An Experiment
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    Group Minds is a very interesting and informative piece. Author Doris Lessing does a very good job trying to inform people about what is wrong with groups changing your opinion, and the idea that we do not use the information we have to improve ourselves. She offers a lot of good information, including an experiment that adds to her opinion about social groups. The author does a really good job getting her point across throughout the paper. 'When were in a group, we tend to think as that group d...
  • Teleportation Some People
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    Beam Me Up Scotty: Teleportation Some people think that teleportation is not possible, while other people think that it is, and they are doing it. The idea behind teleportation is that an object is equivalent to the information needed to construct it, the object can then be transported by transmitting the information in bytes, (1 byte = 1 yes or no answer) along a channel of telecommunications-communications, on the other end of the line is a receiver that reconstructs the object using the infor...
  • Introduction Going On Holiday
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    Introduction Going on holiday is one of the most important things in our lives today; it is just as important as having a good car or nice clothes. Next step is choosing the right holiday, and what better way then, going down to the travel agent and picking up all the pretty brochures. The pretty brochures is just a par of the great advertising world, trying to be informative but using persuasive language, basically tempting us to go. Today, we are only aware of products by advertising on the te...
  • Benefits The Information Revolution
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    There is a revolution taking place all over the world. There is no blood shed in this revolution. It is the revolution of information. The information revolution has been taking place for decades, but only know do we fully realize the impact it has had and will have. The benefits of this revolution have changed how are society works, plays, and lives. These changes have brought many benefits to society and are still bringing benefits. James Snider argument that the information revolution will be...
  • Control Of The Ministry Of Information
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    In the early 1980's, a vision of dystopia was lying in the mind of Terry Gilliam. That vision was his future film Brazil to be written by Tom Stoppard, Charles McKeown, and himself. The movie was filmed in Wembley, England by Lee International Film Studios. After being a remarkable success during its release in Europe in 1984, Brazil had much more difficulties with its release in the United States. Terry Gilliam had previously signed a contract with Universal Studios for an expected 132-minute m...
  • K 11 Results
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    Apartment Hunting Finding the most effective advertising mix Prof. Lester Phases Group 1-1 Andrew Strum Marcy Webster Rebecca Thompson Floyd Crisp Thursday December 9, 2003 Table of Context Executive Summary! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K... 3 Introduction! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K. 4-8 Methodology! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K! K... 9-11 How fieldwork will be conducted! K! K! K. 9-10 Analysis of collected data! K! K! ...
  • Effects Of Blitz From The British People
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    The British Government tried to hide the effects of the Blitz by using censors to cut out information damaging to morale by only allowing positive information about how people were coping with the Blitz through making use of The Ministry of Information and propaganda methods. These were all aimed at securing the continued support of the British people and to limit any damaging information the enemy might find useful. Censors were people who studied newspapers and films. They cut out damaging inf...
  • Middle Course Like Menenius
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    History offers an abundance of information about how people and societies behave. An exclusive reliance on current data would needlessly handicap efforts to understand the world. History provides a terrain for moral contemplation. Studying past individuals's tories and situations allows one to test his or her own moral sense. History teaches by example. Historians seek to educate others so that people today can learn from the mistakes and successes of yesterday. Inevitably, authors' biases influ...
  • Pesticides People
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    After reading Cesar Chavez Warns of Pesticide Risks, 1993, I couldn't help but think of Rachel Carson and the legacy she left us with. Carson had curiosity in the relationship between environmental contamination and the safety of the public's health. Like Chavez, she saw the deliberate disregard for the publics health, and the failure to inform the public about these potentially lethal, and hidden poisonings on earth. Her legacy was for this information to be accessible and that the people be gi...

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