Suppressed Evidence

If you were to enter into a typical science class, you would find out that truth is determined by what is in the pages of a textbook. Students will leave class believing the teacher due to the evidencee that is presented; it would appear, by way it was written, that all the evidencee is irrefutable and is believed by all to be truth. This is now what the student will use in t...
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Principles for Peace

There are certain essential principles that must be adhered to in order to navigate through life. The poet, Runyard Kipling expounded on the important quality of humility that man-kind should seek to emulate.Resiliency is the strength to overcome and conquer even in the worst of circumstances. An attribute of admirable character that makes us worthy of respect is courage and...
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Lend Lease Act

War causes great economic strain for most nations. During World War II Britain faced these problems in the extreme. Being an island it heavily relied on imports from other nations. With Germany blockading their shores with U-Boats and bombing their island, Britain was in serious trouble. Facing starvation and lack of materials their army was under serious threat of annihilati...
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Renewable Energy

Dear Citizens Of Illinois, As a concerned Illinois citizen, our state’s use of nuclear facilities has come to my attention. Not many people know that Illinois contains the most nuclear facilities in the country. Currently we have eleven operating facilities, and three facilities that were closed down prematurely, making fourteen total nuclear facilities in Illinois! There a...
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Steve Biko

Steve Bantu Biko, a political activist and writer, is regarded as the father of the Black Consciousness movement in the Union of South Africa. Biko’s short 30-year life was consumed with the development of an acute awareness of the evils of apartheid, the social system under which non-whites lived in South Africa. Apartheid is based on the idea of institutionalized se...
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Slavery Through the Decades

SAbduction (n) the action or instance of forcibly taking someone away against their will. This situation occurs every second of every day in every country. Twenty seven million humans endure enslavement, no utopia exists in which this unmoral action doesn’t lurk. Though slavery in the past has changed drastically over the last few decades, resemblance between the enslavement ...
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Hydrogen, The Fuel of The Future

Hydrogen, The Fuel of The Future Today, gas is becoming scarce and temperatures are rising. Over the past 100 years the planet temperature has risen about 1.5?. Although this doesn’t sound like much, at the rate we’re going by the year 2050 the earth’s average temperature will most likely rise 7.2?. This is just enough to have an average winter for Crested Butte be like the...
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How Accurate Is Your Memory? Do you rely on your memory for new situations

Do you rely on your memory for new situations that you face? You probably answered yes, but should you? How accurate are our minds in recalling what really happened? When we recall memories, our brains can add, remove and otherwise alter them. Our memories might not be as accurate as you first thought. What even is memory recall and retrieval? What makes it inaccurate? M...
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Johnny Depp Biography

“We’re all damaged in our own way. Nobody’s perfect. I think we’re all somewhat screwy. Every single one of us.” (Chandler). John Christopher Depp, born June 9th 1963 in Owensboro, Kentucky to John Christopher and Betty Sue Palmer, started his own journey through life (Designs). Although Johnny Depp didn’t take to school, sports he always did love playing the guitar and parti...
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Condescendents of Maycomb

If I ask you to contemplate the idea of prejudice, what would flood your thoughts? Racism, blacks vs. whites, cotton fields, that kind of thing right? Harper Lee’s novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, not only contains racial injustice, but a variation of types of prejudice. Sexism, ostracism, and racism are all factors of exploration in Lee’s novel. “I could not possibly hope to b...
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