Alleluia and Myself

The simplicity behind Eric Whitacre’s choral arrangement “Alleluia” transcends any other piece of music that I’ve ever had the joy of internalizing. The entire piece is made up of just one word: alleluia. This word has no specific religious connotation, yet almost every world religion and culture has some variation of this word. “Alleluia” represents the unity that we as a gl...
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Why gmos are good.

Gmos are amazing because they can improve the world.Using them you can help end world hunger, make every person extremely healthy, and make it so crops don’t get diseases. Some say that because of gmos people are making herbicide and pesticide resistant crops, which makes people more prone to add more pesticide and herbicide which can poison people and or leak into the water...
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Autism, what it is

If I go out in public with my cousin, people stare. He’s seven years old and has Autism Spectrum Disorder. If I were to ask him if he wanted to eat lunch he would imitate me, and reply, “Do you want to eat lunch?” He might flap his hands or cry out in frustration if he was trying to communicate and failing to do so. The way he sees the world is not wrong it’s just different. ...
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Racism Is Still a BIG Problem

Racism is still a BIG problem! Unfortunately racism is a way of life in America. Although racism is institutional and common it is also unnecessary, because the culture and population of America is made up of multiple ethnicities. Racism is also wrong if not hypocritical because we are raised and influenced by ethics teaching us “All men are created equal” (Thomas Jefferson...
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Gothic and Feminist Elements of The Yellow Wallpaper

“Never let the hand you hold, hold you down” (http://www.lilithgallery.com). Feminism commonly described as having a male believe he is superior to a woman or women, and women being dependent on a man, feminism is explained extremely well in Charlotte Perkins-Gilman’s The Yellow Wallpaper. Charlotte Perkins-Gilman was born on July 3, 1860 – and deceased in August 17, 1935, as...
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Natural Gas as a Source of Energy

In the U.S., natural gas is currently the second largest source of energy consumption. It is successfully used for a variety of things throughout the U.S. and Europe. It can be obtained through either onshore or offshore drilling. There are many advantages of using natural gas as an energy source, along with several disadvantages. Government policies have been established to...
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Questions to 50 year old me and advice from 50 year old me.

Hey fifty year old me here are a couple of questions I sent to you, these question are sent from a website that says it could reach anyone after fifty years, so I thought why not send it to myself. My questions will be about my life, family, and friends after thirty five years from now. This will be a general question about my life, so how did my life change in thirty five ...
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Edgar Allan Poe: Writing Techniques

“I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity.” -Edgar Allan Poe Edgar Allan Poe, an author and poet, has written many dark and mysterious works throughout his life, highlighting his writing techniques. In Poe’s many poems and short stories, including The Cask of Amontillado, The Black Cat, the sonnet Silence, and many more, expresses a dark side and twisted thi...
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Treating Orthopedic Injuries with Biologics

With the advancement of biomedical engineering in the field of orthopedics, biologics have been introduced as a treatment utilized to repair one’s injury as well as strengthen one’s biomechanics. One is able to strengthen one’s body in manipulation of the human body healing system. Many patients lose hope when hearing that surgery is their last option and these may be patien...
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A Day in the Life of a High School Student

Beep..Beep..Beep..Beep. That’s the sound of my 6 O’Clock alarm sounding and the start of an average week day for me. I wake up at 6am, take a shower and ready my self for the long, exhausting school day ahead of me. By 7am I’m in the car and on my way to what feels like prison. It’s the same routine day after day, wake up, spend seven hours at school...
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