Building a Moon Base

Have you ever looked at the moon and wished you could live there? Well, maybe you can. Scientists are considering building a permanent base on the moon. People should build a base on the moon because of the research opportunities, such as moon specific research, gravity research, and farther space exploration. The creation of the moon is one of the many mysteries about it....
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Cold Mountain: Ada and Inman's Journeys Toward Love

Charles Frazier’s 1997 novel Cold Mountain eloquently describes the odyssey of a Confederate deserter named Inman towards the end of the American Civil War. He has grown weary of the atrocities of the war and yearns to return to his home of Cold Mountain, North Carolina, and his lover, Ada Monroe. Before he leaves, he speaks with a blind man who tells Inman his (the blind man...
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True Knowledge

“With age comes wisdom, but sometimes age comes alone” an age-old (no pun intended) saying by Oscar Wilde. The quote, “With age comes wisdom”, implies that the older someone gets, they become more wise, or knowledgeable. Now, this may yet be true, considering we learn something new every day, but understanding what we learn, and having insight into what we are discovering as...
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Case Study on Job Satisfaction

Job Satisfaction Case Study: Job satisfaction is the level of the employee’s satisfaction with the conditions of work, salary and the working atmosphere at the workplace. It is obvious that people work to make money and survive in the human society. In fact, the job must not only supply an individual with money, but also should be pleasant and useful for the self-developmen...
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Articles of Confederation

The Articles of Confederation did not properly address the issues of the new and growing nation. The Articles of Confederation left the central government weak and ineffective to deal with the problems that the nation faced. The way that the Articles of Confederation addressed the problems of setting up a national government, state unification and boundaries, as well as loyal...
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Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar Disorder, also known as manic-depressive illness, is a brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood, energy, activity levels, and the ability to carry out day-to-day tasks. Bipolar has developed and changed throughout the past 100 years, however now is becoming a disorder we are beginning to understand. Bipolar comes in many different forms, affects individuals i...
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Different, yet Similar

“The Joy Luck Club” by Amy Tan follows the stories of four women who emigrated from China to the United States during World War II, and their American-born daughters. All of the mothers and all of the daughters have very different lives, each accustoming to the American lifestyle as best as possible. However, when they start retelling memories from their childhood...
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Case Study Mis

Describe and diagram the existing process for reporting and identifying major health problems, such as a flu pandemic. Answer Now a day we found out predictions about large scale loss of life’s from biological or chemical attacks. Computer estimates that between 2 to 100 million people could die from pandemic influenza. This is a very serious issue for the survival of mankind...
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The Benefits of a Simple Plant

A lot of individuals are misled on the issue of marijuana. They view it as a detrimental plant and are not aware of the medical benefits that this plant can provide. In most parts of the world, marijuana is regarded as illegal due to its effects on both individuals and society. Marijuana, also known as cannabis sativa, has more than three hundred constituent substances. Among...
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Active Listening in Health Care Environment

According to Andrew (2004) active listening is a way of communication method that involves and expects the listeners to understand, interpret, and evaluate what is said and passed across them. The ability to listen actively can improve personal relationships through reducing conflicts, strengthening cooperation, and fostering understanding. In this regard, Stephen (1996) argu...
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