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    The four colors representing Nelly Dean are red, blue, grey, and yellow. Red is on the outermost layer because Nelly Dean comes off as a very strong and passionate person. She has a big heart for the kids who she has been around like Cathy Linton. Going toward the center, Nelly is represented by blue and grey. Blue shows Nelly Dean's cleanliness and security. Even though Nelly can be an instigator, her intentions are very pure and clean. She also tries to give Cathy a lot of stability as well as security. The grey represents her old age, wisdom, and conservativeness. Nelly Dean is older and with age comes wisdom. Nelly Dean is a very wise character, which is shown when she was able to identify social inequality at a young age. She is also very…

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    Sea Shanties are a class of work songs that date back as far as the 16th century in Scotland. However, they truly flourished over a span of fifty years in the mid 1800’s after being popularized by the Atlantic merchant trade. Sailors used chants for synchronizing shipboard labor. They are typically flexible in lyric form that would allow for easy improvisation. This would allow the shantyman (leader/head) to lengthen or shorten the call and response to match the work. Shantyman (solo):…

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    In the digital age, Snapchat is an example of a “new” medium that has an impact on society and technology. The immediacy of Snapchat has created a new social platform for users to communicate, send pictures and even video call in seconds. Snapchat was created in 2011, with the ghost as their logo. This ghost symbol is based off the concept “there, then gone”, in terms of photo sharing, but quickly became much more than just that (Drake, 1). The public’s desire for an application that allowed…

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    was a use of science throughout both. Throughout both there were hints of contrasts and similarities which helped portray the same legends in two different styles. There were four main contrasts and similarities throughout the two. First was how the differences of the H.O.U.N.D. in both, the second was contrast between the car light and candle scene, the third was the difference between the Baskerville mansion and the military testing facility and lastly was the comparison of the two end scenes…

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    One example of “progress” is in “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” by Robert L. Stevenson. The “progress” is a technological one. As Dr. Jekyll produces a concoction, through his use of technology in the laboratory, that enables him to transform himself to Mr. Hyde. Although, this proved to be unsuccessful as he begins to transform into him when he doesn’t intend to, where eventually the potion ran out and he couldn’t turn back into himself again. This message here about “progress”…

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    of modern science and pointed out the limitations of science through his thinking based on Buddhist ideology. Kumagusu’s main intention was not to argue that Buddhism implies a superior universal view. Instead, by utilizing the Buddhist cosmology, his intention was to better science itself and to point out the limitations embedded in the modern scientific view. By following Kumagusu’s thought concerning his ideal science, Kumagusu’s ethical implication was drawn out. His ethical implication may…

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    practicum placement was at Roland Story Elementary School in Story City. I was in a first-grade classroom. At this point in time, the school is not using a science curriculum. Last year, they piloted a science curriculum and, according to my cooperating teacher “It was a trainwreck”. Last year, my cooperating teacher told me that she used the Mystery Science curriculum and that she was still using it a little bit. Mystery Science is not the curriculum that was piloted, it is a curriculum…

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    Hinshelwood, once said, “[Science is] an imaginative adventure of the mind seeking truth in a world of mystery.” Dr. Ashley Murray and Dr. Sarah Parcak, two scientists featured in National Geographic Education’s “Real-World Geography” segment, both fulfill Sir Cyril Herman Hinshelwood’s idea of science as they both work to improve the world by using imaginative solutions to solve real-world mysteries. Dr. Ashley Murray discovers the solution to use human waste as a cleanser for fertile…

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    The Importance Of Science

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    Science produces validated theories and is capable of making models that lets scientists build new things and sometimes predict natural events that doubtfully affect everyone. Science is unique because it is a specific way of developing knowledge. It can determine what is accepted as real and probably to predict how we live our lives. Science can tell us what is true. The era that we’re in right now is the era of science. I believe science has done a great service to the world. We are rational…

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    The movie titled Inception was produced in 2010, and it captured many viewers as being one of the best fantasy and science fiction of the years. Christopher Nolan was the producer and director of the film. He also fully participated in its script writing. The movie's storyline and script development were Christopher Nolan's ideas from 2001. According to Christopher Nolan, the movie was themed around lucid dreaming and incubation of dreams that brought up visions of an existence whereby…

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