Solar Systems

Change in Positions of the Sun, the Moon and the Stars The sun appears to move across the sky from day to day due to the rotation of the earth around its own axis. This forms the basis of a night and a day as the sun sets in the east and sets in the west due to the rotation of the earth. The monthly shift in the sun’s position in the sky is due to the year-long revolution of...
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A Case Against Apathy

In a country that values democracy and governing through the consent of the people, it must be understood that the pandemic of voter apathy which pervades American society is unpatriotic and deleterious to the nation’s values, on both a national and local level. Voter apathy is an issue that is recurrent in almost every demographic; though the reasons may be different, every...
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Marxist

“And I’ve pulled off most of the paper, so you can’t put me back!” (Gilman). Charlotte Perkins Gilman (July 3, 1860 – August 17, 1935) was a utopian feminist during her years of living. Her story, “The Yellow Wallpaper”, is one of her most popular stories still being read to date. Jane was a troubled lady who relied on a man to help her get through life. John was the one who ...
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The US Exports

The US exports grew to 180.4 Billions USD in September of 2011. While the GDP increase in the third quarter to a level of $15,180.9 billion Thus the exports represents a 1.18% In 2003the US economy out put was $11,107.0 while the Exports grew to $2.7 billion which represents a 0.024% of the US output. For instance the UK exports in September 2011 were 39.6 Billion GBP. The...
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The Art of Life

A general faces an impossible task. He wields a small and weak army. He is outnumbered ten to one. Yet, this thoughtful and intelligent general is able to snatch victory from a hopeless fight. This general is not George Washington, not Dwight D. Eisenhower, not Ulysses S. Grant. The general’s name is Sun Tzu. He lives in 500 B.C. in Ancient China. Sun Tzu is the name of th...
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A Cry for Help Gone Unheard

In the summer of 2004, Andrew Loewenstein, an international lawyer who served on the Atrocities Documentation Team, traveled to eastern Chad to interview refugees from the Darfur Genocide. One story of the atrocities committed during this war between the Ethnic Arab Government and Ethnic African rebel forces was recounted by a woman who, while fleeing from her village when it...
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Soliloquies and Other Wordplay

The article’s assertion that the use of soliloquies, asides and other wordplay maintains the connection between the characters and the audience is very true. This connection is required to ensure that the audience flows with the play through its plot. The effectiveness of any play should be evaluated on the basis of the extent to which it has appealed to the audience’s feelin...
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Alternative Energy

Pollution due to burning coal is a serious problem. It goes into the air and damages the environment and animals around it. Possible solutions to this could be the building to more hydroelectric dams, wind turbines or solar panels. Hydroelectric dams are a great source for renewable electricity. Areas with big bodies of water could start building more of these to power their...
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Timelines and Budgets

In the world today, working individuals usually plan on how to spend their time in daily occasions such as meetings. In order to reach their target, working people have a tendency of scheduling plans for their daily events. Nevertheless, experienced PR practitioners are certainly significant in planning and organizing campaign activities in good time (Stanton, 2010). In this ...
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Socrates Retried: An Ode to Philosophy

”I would rather die having spoken after my manner, than speak in your manner and live.” Those who have read the Apology by Plato would recognize this phrase as belonging to the Greek philosopher Socrates, spoken to the citizens of Athens one last time before willingly submitting to his death; equal part defense, equal part personal funeral oration. His only crime ...
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