The Gigantic Problem Of Overfishing

The Gigantic Problem Of Overfishing Would you like to have your entire race almost driven into extinction? I expect not.People should care aboutthe gigantic problem of overfishing, this topic is important because we only get one planet. Let’s treat this world with the utmost respect instead of ruining it. I have always tried to live by leave it how you found it. I bel...
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Anitmatter

What is Antimatter? Antimatter is a material formed of antiparticles. Antimatter has the same mass as ordinary particles only with an opposite charge and quantum spin. These particles bind in the same manner as normal particles do. Mixing matter and antimatter can and most likely will result in complete annihilation of anti-particles and particles. Antimatter and matter whe...
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America’s Public Enemy Number One

President Nixon, aside from the Watergate scandal, is remembered for his lofty rhetoric regarding illicit drugs. In July of 1971, he declared a war on “America’s public enemy number one”, drug abuse. Nixon’s program called for an expansion in federal agencies responsible for drug control as well as the empowerment of warrants and mandatory sentencing. Following administratio...
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Faulkner’s A Rose for Emily Essay

“So the next say we all said, ‘She will kill herself’; and we said it would be the best thing” (Faulkner). William Faulkner grew up in Mississippi; he came from a southern family. He mostly built his novels around family drama. A Rose for Emily is a story of a woman having a difficult time letting go of things, especially her father. The towns’ people are not too fond of her ...
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Study Finds Students Prefer to Test on Their Own Terms

A recent study found that the number of students taking the SAT, which was once taken by a majority of high school students, has now fallen to an all-time low of 35 percent. This is largely due to students’ creating their own test. From drawing geometric shapes at home with colored pencils and scratch paper, to reading a book under certain time constraints, high school stude...
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Feminist

In the early 1960s, a woman looking for a job would open her newspaper to find two lists of employment advertisements: one for men, and another for women. Not surprisingly, the jobs available to men were challenging positions with potential for advancement, while those available to women were typically low-paying and involved mundane clerical tasks. Regardless of their educat...
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Food Nannies

Should the U.S. government help establish healthier living? Yes, the government should help the population with a better eating habits and a healthier way of life. But this should not be done by banning or imposing higher taxes on junk food. It’s our choice to buy what we want; it’s also our choice to live a healthy life or a lazy one. If the government wants to help the Unit...
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Slavery and Indentured Servitude

Freedom is a right that everyone deserves to have. However, this right was taken away from Africans in 1619 as they were transported to Jamestown and used as unpaid laborers. Indentured servitude was also used as a way to grow the colonies. Poor people paid their way to the colonies in labor. Indentured servants paid their way with seven years of labor in exchange for ship t...
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My First Term of High School

Helen Keller said,“Your success and happiness lies in you, resolve to keep happy and your joy and you shall form an invincible host against difficulties.” (Keller) Helen Keller was about two years old when she got sick and became deaf and blind.Because of losing these things, she had a lack of communication. Much like Helen overcame the obstacle of not being able to communic...
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Prometheus' Individuality

In Prometheus’ monotonous City, every action of every person is dictated by the controlling government, called the Council, in an attempt to carry out the flawed idea that complete discipline and equality leads to complete happiness. Prometheus’ romantic love for the Golden One, his craving for knowledge, and his desire to be free and strong-willed are all acts of rebellion a...
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