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  • Secret Of Universal Unity
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    Siddhartha Follow-Up Project Part One: Religion is an important part of many peoples' lives. In Siddhartha, we see a new view on religion and its place in the human search for conquering the secret of universal unity. Hinduism and Buddhism tell us that to attain this secret, one must remove all sense of Self. Once this happens, there is nothing to distinguish oneself from others, because of this loss of identity. Siddhartha, however, is not contented with these teachings and decides to search fo...
  • One's Continued Subjective Experience
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    I often ask myself, why me. There are billions of brains on this planet alone, and no one knows how many sentient beings exist in the galaxy, or in the entire universe. I share 99.8% of my DNA with chimps (if I remember well), and even more with any human on the planet. Granted, there is no brain that works exactly like mine. But the differences seem trivial. Why must I be witness to the data processing that occurs inside this particular brain? The problem has been obscured for a long time, beca...
  • Today's Electronic Devices
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    ATHENS, Ohio -- Today's computers and other technological gizmos operate on electronic charges, but researchers predict that a new generation of smaller, faster, more efficient devices could be developed based on another scientific concept -- electronic "spin". The problem, however, is that researchers have found it challenging to control or predict spin - which keeps practical applications out of reach. But physicists in Europe, California and at Ohio University now have found a way to manipula...
  • Scores Vs Acceptance Rates The Experiment
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    SAT Scores vs. Acceptance Rates The experiment must fulfill two goals: (1) to produce a professional report of your experiment, and (2) to show your understanding of the topics related to least squares regression as described in Moore & McCabe, Chapter 2. In this experiment, I will determine whether or not there is a relationship between average SAT scores of incoming freshmen versus the acceptance rate of applicants at top universities in the country. The cases being used are 12 of the very bes...
  • Best Fighter Pilots In World War II
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    On February 20, 2003, Mr. Lacy Ward, an administrator at Tuskegee University, came to Alabama State University to give to speak at a program sponsored by the English Honor Society. He spoke about the Tuskegee Airmen, the only black airmen in World War II. Mr. Ward's speech was based the knowledge he has obtained from an extensive study of history. His presentation was very educational, inspirational, and intriguing. The Tuskegee Airmen were the best fighter pilots in World War II. There were 100...
  • Dry In The Ocean
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    I have always wondered what I wanted to be when I grew up, maybe a lawyer, a designer, or even a CEO of a company. Now that I'm grown up, I'm still asking myself what I want to be. I have gone from an assistant manager of dry cleaner to an assistant manager of a clothing store to a billing specialist for a healthcare provider to now being a receptionist for a university. Instead of working my way up it feels as though I'm going down hill. As I look through the help wanted ads I notice that most ...
  • Australia And The University Of Western Australia
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    JOSHUA GILPIN Gilpin JR AUSTRALIA BUTLER-IFSA ESSAY 1 The program I chose is through IFSA-Butler. The city and university that I felt could offer me the most are Perth, Australia and The University of Western Australia, respectively. After perusing all of my program options, Butler seemed to offer the most, relative to what I expect to gain from studying abroad. The excursions included in this package will provide me with the opportunity to visit other cities and sites that I might not have the ...
  • Southwest Texas State University
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    I believe that attending the fine institution of Southwest Texas State University would enrich the goals I have set for myself in life more than that of any other university in the state. Being it, as it may, I have lived a closed life in a suburb of a major metropolitan city (Dallas), and I would think that leaving my home to live and go to school in San Marcos would aid me in attaining life experience. I understand that San Marcos is somewhat like a modern suburb, like Garland, but it is obvio...

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