Tim Burton: World Renowned Director

Tim Burton, producing some of the most world renown movies, created many well known films filled to the brim with action, fear, suspense, and adventurous scenes. Many of his motion pictures from Planet of the Apes to Beetlejuice consisted of these sense stimulating moods.Tim Burton is a movie director, producer, and screenwriter who was captivated by fantasy/horror stories. ...
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Advanced Robotics and A.I.

Advanced robotics and A.I. is a fascinating field of science full of incredible advancements in medical and militaristic technology. In the fields of medical prosthetics the brain is being focused on as a controller for the robotic limbs. The science behind this is that even if a part of the body is gone the part of the brain that controls it still remains intact. By utilizin...
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Satire

Artists today employ satire in their work in order to make fun, criticize or correct a vice in the society. In the past, satire was the style that sent several artists to jail, exiled some, ban their books and killed many in countries with dictatorial leaders. This essay shall discuss satire as used by George Orwell and Charles Dickens in their works the Animal farm and The H...
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The Kennedy Asassination

While on a campaign tour for the coming 1964 elections, John F. Kennedy, arguably one of the most influential presidents in American history was murdered. While making appearances in Dallas, Texas, the well-loved president was shot twice by a sniper in a nearby building. Though there have been several investigations into the details of the assassination, there is still much m...
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The Concept of Corporate Social Responsibility

The concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has grown significantly in the modern business era. Companies now tend to pay attention to the consequences of their operations on the society. Currently, more than half of the Fortune 1000 companies issue corporate social responsibility reports to cope with pressure from different stakeholders (Alexander & Rogene, 197...
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The People You Will Meet in High School

It’s crazy to think how different every teenager is. Each of them include their own personal mix of quirks, hobbies, fears, and aspirations. But there’s one place where all these types of people meet from seven to two- school. Every one of these students know the drill: wake up, go to school, go home, do homework, and sleep. Of course, that’s not all we do, some of us enjoy ...
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Movies!?

Movies!? Countless hours editing super long videos, but the hours and the dedication is what counts. Producing videos will not be a week or a month. This the reason why it takes so long to make a movie. Video producing for large companies can be your job with the right skill requirements and educational background. Paid to edit Getting paid to edit would be fun especiall...
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Achilles Case

Interpretation of the Court’s Decision (1) Concurrent opinion of Lord Hoffman and Lord Hopes is that the reviewed appropriate test method was designed not merely to define whether the loss in question was indeed likely to have taken place or not. (2) First and foremost, it was reasonable to find out the extent, the type, and the scope of the loss for which the plainti...
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Finding Our Niche in Global Politics

There is something in common between the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the post-World War II economic expansion, and the current, covert drone strikes in Pakistan. Much of the driving force behind each was the raw influence of United States hegemony; the dominance of America in the world and its massive role in deciding global policy. Hegemony is the use of our economy and mi...
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In the World of Paleontology

Have you ever thought about how it would feel to dig up the remains of an ancient creature that lived millions of years ago? Paleontology is the digging, uncovering, and studying of the fossils of ancient species, typically dinosaurs, aquatic species, and avian creatures. I have liked dinosaurs since I was a little kid, and I think that to be able to connect with these ancien...
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