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    Within the first few decades of the 20th century, the science of physics was completely reformed with new understandings of the nature of atoms. In 1898 France, Paris, Pierre and his wife Marie Curie discovered a new substance within an ore of Uranium that they named radium that emitted large amounts of (as we now call) radioactivity. Ernest Rutherford and Frederick Soddy Identified that atoms can break down and turn into different elements. For example if a block of uranium were left alone for…

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    remains very important to humanity for many reasons. Discovered about the same time as uranium in the 19th century, thorium has been well known to the scientific community for many years (World Nuclear Association). In fact, famous scientists like Marie Curie and Ernest Rutherford worked with the element in several experiments when nuclear decay was first being discovered. Since that time, however, thorium has largely been thrown by the wayside for use in practical applications such…

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    This style of game is unique on the mobile medium. This game is most similar to the Assassin’s Creed9 game series. This series are open world games that focus on certain eras and locations in history, and about how assassins moved history along. The Underground Dragon takes this into a different direction, with it being a solely mobile game. Unlike the Assassin’s Creed games, the main plot behind these games will not focus on the power of spies. After The Underground Dragon: The Russo-Japanese…

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    Throughout history, many women have broken free of the ever-existent patriarchy to be remembered for centuries, a few such as Queen Victoria, Amelia Earhart, and Marie Curie. While others are legends in folklore, such as Joan of Ark and Mulan. Pope Joan by Donna Woolfolk Cross, is the story of the life of Joan a young girl who craves knowledge and has a strong desire to learn. As she grew up she constantly had to validate her intelligence to men in authoritative positions, in order to obtain an…

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    Neuroblastoma and microRNA- 34a is commonly mentioned together in many articles and studies around the world. With the advance in medicine and new discoveries, there has been found a dependence relation of neuroblastoma with these specific type of microRNA since it has been discovered how it could eliminate cancer eternally. MicroRNA-34a has not only revolutionized scientists but the world in general because of its ability to destroy neuroblastoma but also because is a new natural genetic…

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    Ethical principles are not laws, but guiding principles about what is good and what is bad, that should direct doctors and other health care professionals in their work and decision making. Issues arising over end-of-life care involving decisions that affect the nature and timing of an individual's death raise difficult ethical conflicts for all concerned and can be a source of discord between health professionals within a team, health professionals and family members, or between different…

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