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Chinese Shih Poetry And Philos
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... respectively, while their fellow poet Tao Chien expressed both, through their poetry. Confucianism is based on the ideas of Confucius, the man who gave the school of thought its name. The main goal of Confucianists was to return a gentlemanly society to China. The core of Confucianism concerned social structure. Confucius taught that a man should respect and obey those of higher rank than himself, whether they be the father of a family, or the emperor of a nation. But even with absolute obedience, Confucianists believed that men should practice restraint and benevolence in those inferior to them. ...




Human Cloning
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... cells. Now humans have a protected coating that forms around the mass of cells that begin to form called the zona pellucida. They dissolve the zona pellucida with a solution and take the two to eight cells and separate them into other petri dishes. Am artificially produced zona pellucida is added so embryonic development can continue. Now you have exact copies of the same genetic makeup in two to eight separate petri dishes. Even though this process sounds simple enough it has never fully worked because of abnormalities that occur like if the embryo is developed by two sperm cells the chromosome count is wrong. An ...




Radon
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... may be too difficult or even impossible to achieve.(4) Radon enters buildings through: exposed soil in crawl spaces, through cracks, openings in floors, and through below grade walls and floors. This is the primary source of elevated radon levels in buildings.(5) Outdoor air contains radon, but it is in extremely low concentrations therefore it is not a health hazard. Some wells contain water that has radon dissolved in it. This can be a hazard if the water is agitated or heated, allowing the gas to escape and elevate the levels that are in the building.(6) Health Risk The Surgeon General's office reports ...




Microwaves
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... calls and cablevision. Hitler's army had its own version of radar, using radio waves. But the trouble with radio waves is that their long wavelength requires a large, cumbersome antenna to focus them into a narrow radar beam. The British showed that microwaves, with their short wavelength, could be focussed ina narrow beam with an antenna many times smaller. This enabled them to make more effective use of radar since an antenna could be carried on aircraft, ships and mobile ground stations. This characteristic of microwaves, the efficiency with which they are concentrated in a narrow beam, is one reason ...




Hemp: The Truth About The Earth's Greatest Plant
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... profited from the demise of hemp spread rumors that marijuana was a major drug problem, which it was not at the time. They also propagated a campaign that it was a drug that induced uncontrollable violence, another complete falsehood. Hemp is the plant scientifically known as cannabis sativa. It is referred to as hemp when it is grown for its fibers, stem, and seeds. Its leaves and flowers produce the drugs marijuana and hashish. However, sterile breeds of the plant are still illegal to grow in the U.S. Literally millions of wild hemp plants grow throughout the entire Midwest today. Wild hemp, like hemp used for ...




Frank J. Horgan Filtration Plant
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... Filtration Plant. This was because the plant was on the eastern side of Toronto. The name seemed appropriate at the time. The name was changed to Frank J. Horgan Filtration Plant at 1990 by the commissioner of works for Metro Toronto. This plant cost about 57 million dollars to construct. About nineteen major contractors worked on this plant and were supervised by the Engineering firm of James F. Macharen Limited. Although it is the newest plant, it had its disasters. Their intake value exploded twice between 1980 and 1995 because of the extreme pressure and Wight of the water. these incidents cause a shutdown ...




Bengal Tigers
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... Some males occupy a territory of 200 square miles. When there is enough food, the tiger lives in a much smaller territorty. It lives in the forest, the grassland, or the swamps. The tiger attacks a variety of prey, mainly deer, antelopes, pigs and buffalo. Once in awhile, it will attack cattle and even humans. There are many stories about the evils done by "man-eating" tigers. They're usually old tigers that are sick or wounded, and cannot hunt normally. The destruction of their usual prey may also cause them to attack humans. As soon as the tiger spots prey, it begins a slow and silent approach. When it is ne ...




Digestive Systems Of Humans, Earthworms, And Grasshoppers
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... The bolus will then pass through the cardiac sphincter into the stomach. In the stomach, the muscular lining churns the food causing mechanical breakdown to take place. In the stomach lining, the pyloric glands secrete mucus that forms a mucus lining. Also in the stomach lining, are epithelial cells and the gastric glands. The gastric glands secrete gastric juices. Hydrochloric acid is released which deactivates the salivary amylase, in turn stopping the chemical breakdown of starch into maltose. Pepsinogen, which is an inactive enzyme, will change to pepsin, an active enzyme, when mixed with hydrochlori ...




The Big Bang And The Steady State Model
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... The Big Bang was the start of time and space. The matter and radiation of that early stage rapidly expanded and cooled. Several million years later, it condensed into galaxies. The universe has continued to expand, and the galaxies have continued moving away from each other ever since. Today the universe is still expanding, as astronomers have observed. The Steady State model says that the universe does not evolve or change in time. There was no beginning in the past, nor will there be change in the future. This model assumes the perfect cosmological principle. This principle says that the universe is the ...




Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
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... types of behavior: hyperactivity, distractibility, and impulsivity. Unlike similar behaviors caused by emotional problems or anxiety, ADHD does not fluctuate with emotional states. About 1-3% of the school aged population has the full ADHD syndrome, without symptoms of other disorders. Another 5-10% have partial ADHD syndrome with one or more other problems, such as anxiety or depression.(CHADD) Gender and age affect the way the patients display their symptoms. Boys are more likely to have the disorder than girls. The symptoms of ADHD usually decrease with age, but those symptoms related with oth ...




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