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    Imagine a world where everyone was the same. Wouldn’t that be uninteresting? Everyone would walk, talk, and dress the same. There would be NO creativity! Luckily every individual is unique and spontaneous in their own way. Like many others I have numerous talents, stories, hobbies, and dreams. On August 19, 2001 it was a rainy morning. On this magnificent day a princess was born and that is me Jade Rachul Cazeau. I was born in Crystal River, the gemstone of Florida’s nature coast. I am the daughter of a Citrus County police officer named Roscoe Watts and a unit case manager named Angie Watts. I have 4 siblings, 3 brothers and 1 sister. I now live in Hernando which is roughly about 30 minutes away from Crystal River. I have lived in Florida…

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    Wind Turbines Essay

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    average cost for industrial wind turbines is estimated to be $149 per megawatt-hour. This figure accounts for $23 per hour in federal policies and subsidies paid for by taxpayers, the cost of $15-$27 to build new transmission to the wind turbines, and the mechanical capital costs of running the windmills themselves from $48 to $88. As well, the wind turbines require backup plants to compensate for times of less wind – which can add a cost from $2-$23 per megawatt hour. What is a megawatt? How…

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    Lifestyle Change Project

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    Lifestyle Change Project For the lifestyle change project, I chose to reduce my energy consumption. The primary reason for choosing this was to save money. Energy consumption was one aspect of the environment that had not paid much attention to. This change is also universal. Anyone can make a conscious effort to reduce his or her electricity consumption. It essentially requires awareness to the issue. Electricity use has “environmental implications, a reduction in electricity use by any means…

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    Microbes In Horticulture

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    Pollutants are becoming more prevalent in the field of horticulture due to the mass production of harmful chemicals, and other toxic material that somehow find their way into the ground. With this in mind botanists are ever increasing their knowledge of how to combat against the ever looming threat of toxicity by using microbes. Microbes are living bacteria that are found naturally on pretty much everything you have ever touched. So using microbes instead of harmful pesticides, and fertilizers…

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    to flesh. Near by is, the child of Aphrodite, Eros the god of love and human desire. The artist does well in not only creating a beautiful piece of art, but capturing Pygmalion's own desire and search for beauty. Moving into a more modern era we look at Keith Sonnier's and Simon Rodia works. Sonnier creates pieces that are meant to involve the viewers as well the surrounding environment. In his work Motodom he has fashioned neon colored lights to a building's outside lobby. He is trying to…

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    researchers to measure the sphere 's width to nanometer precision, while x-ray crystallography provides images of the crystal 's structure Currently there are only two of these super-spheres, shared by all the teams within the international collaboration, due to the difficulty and expense of manufacturing them: they each cost about $3.2 million and had to be hand-crafted by a master lens maker.”(NIST) Seeing how these kilograms are very expensive and difficult to make most governments have been…

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    Black Diphtheria Essay

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    The first half of the last decade of the century proceeded as the previous decade i.e. regular hard farm work, children at school, women providing the warmth of a home. Zachariah was still winning in the fall fair for colts and geldings, shearing rams and of course the best fat sheep. Occasionally, he would get lucky with his Holstein bull, a ram or sow and come in first or second. His potatoes usually ran into competition but he sometimes would still win and lucked out once winning the Hubbard…

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    Personal Software Process

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    Critical Review of the Personal Software Process Mihika Shah, Arizona State University Quality management is a very important part of software organizations, and it is imperative to produce good quality products. In order to do that, it is necessary for every individual involved in the team to do superior quality work. The Personal Software Process provides guidelines that would provide an engineer with a disciplined approach to solve problems, and complete products which are of high…

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    James Watt Research Paper

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    James Watt was born in 1736 in Greenock, Scotland. He was a rather small child who had toothaches and migraines. He enjoyed mathematics and learned carpentry from his dad. His father was a carpenter but primarily worked in shipbuilding. Watt learned about the navigational aids on ships such as quadrants, compasses, telescopes. By his mid teens he knew he wanted to become an instrument maker. In 1754 Watt went to Glasgow. Robert Dick, a University scientist, was impressed with Watt's basic…

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    My 4-H Club's President

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    I am my 4-H club’s president. My club has 52 people in it with most of them being under the age of ten. Sometimes I regret running for president, but then at other times I feel it is a great leadership experience. The duties of a president are not only running the meetings and showing animals. It is about helping out the community, helping the younger members with their projects and teaching them how to be a better person and also teach them responsibility with taking care of their animals.…

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