Nuclear Duo

Throughout our school years students at our school and many other schoolshave done experiments with the forces of gravity and electromagnetism. We made marble roller coasters and electromagnets, both examples of gravity and electromagnetism. However there are four fundamental forces to our knowledge and the other two are the nuclear forces. There is the strong and weak nucle...
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Genocide in Timor

Few people realize that genocide is happening all around them every day. Genocide is the mass killing of human beings based on a common quality, such as religion, race, or gender. The best-known occurrence of this is the Holocaust, when the Nazis murdered over 6 million people, mostly Jews. However, there are countless other examples of genocide all over the world and through...
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Fighting for Equality

Think about this: a young smart an ambitious teenager but they were not mainly born in the U.S. and he or she can’t go to college why? They entered the U.S. illegally. I believe that this is a problem because in the constitution it says that every one should get equal rights, well this is not very fair for illegal immigrants.Some of my reasons why they should get equa...
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Was the U.S. Right to Drop the Atomic Bomb on Japan?

The United States was wrong to drop the Atomic Bomb on Japan. The U.S sunk to shocking extremes to make sure that Japan would surrender. The bombs were dropped on two harmless Japanese cities. According to various sources, Japan would have surrendered even if the bombs were not dropped. Yes, the Japanese military did bomb Pearl Harbor when the U.S. was not involved in the w...
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Flood of Thoughts

My dream. A dream that many others share with me, yet only a select four point eight percent get accepted. It’s my dream to get into Stanford University, yet it seems as if my chances are as miniscule as taking a pinch of salt from a jar that is full to the rim. Most who apply have a fair game to get in as everyone has a high gpa, near perfect SAT score, numerous extracurric...
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Power of Forgiveness

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The Revolutionary War: Behind the Scenes

Pilgrims sought refuge from political and religious persecution in 17th century Europe. Scores of immigrants flooded to the Eastern coast of America and settled new villages, towns and communities. The New England colonies were growing at an alarming rate. As civilization progressed, patriots began dreaming about creating their own nation and becoming completely set apart and...
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I am Malala

“I am ready to sacrifice myself again.I want every girl, every child, to be educated.And that in our whole country, for there to be peace.And for peace, I will sacrifice myself” (Malala’s Story). These inspirational words were spoken by Malala Yousafzai, a seventeen year old Pakistani girl, who is a recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. Miss Yousafzai received this prestigious...
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What makes me different

What Makes Me Different Question of the day, what makes me different from other people? Good question, but there just so happens to be many answers. My appearance, skills, hobbies, many things. It could be that I prefer to be alone rather than in a group, or it can be that I love to paint and read. There is more though;what makes me different is that i’m a unique and ...
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The Cop and the Anthem

“By nature and doctrines I am addicted to the habit of discovering choice places wherein to feed (O. Henry).” O. Henry was an American writer also known as William Sydney Porter. O. Henry’s short stories are well known for their wit, wordplay, warm characterization and the clever twist endings like The Cop and the Anthem. In the short story, The Cop and the Anthem, the main c...
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