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  • The Future Of An Illusion By Sigmund Freud

    The Future of an Illusion, Sigmund Freud wrote that As we already know, the terrifying impression of helplessness in childhood aroused the need for protection—for protection through love—which was provided by the father; and the recognition that this helplessness lasts throughout life made it necessary to cling to the existence of a father, but this time a more powerful one –The God. We project the existence of God based on a human need for him. We are living in the biotech century and genetic…

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  • The Importance Of Birds In The Woodlands Of Westfield

    Introduction: The importance of this study is to learn about birds and their relation to their habitat. There are many bird species that are abundant in the the woodlands of Westfield. Where different species of bird are located, depends on the environment. An environment can have a completely different habitat than another environment. Because of this, we suspect birds to favor one habitat over the other. From our hypothesis, we believe birds are going to be more numerous by the Westfield…

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  • Yellow Fever Research Paper

    Introduction Why are viruses causing such an impact on humans in recent times? H1N1, MERS, swine flu, Zika, chikungunya, one more virus with a strange name always appears to be popping up, threatening to grow into a pandemic. Quite a few of the pathogens that trigger deadly outbreaks are not entirely new viruses. Some of them have evolved with us for centuries. Nowadays, these viruses can travel and infect around the globe with larger efficiency and shorter times than ever before and when they…

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  • Acid Rain Effect

    Humans and animals use earth’s natural resources daily to survive. One big problem effecting natural resources and the environment is acid rain. Acid Rain is precipitation with high levels of acidic components. Precipitation can be in the form of rain, snow, sleet, fog, or dust. There are many different causes and effects of acid rain. Humans are trying to find a solution, and the Federal Government has enacted many laws to help prevent acid rain. Rain is naturally acidic, but pollution is…

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  • Entomophobia Speech

    Entomophobia is an unreasonable fear of insects. Many who have this phobia likely had a traumatic incident in childhood. If you were young and playing in the park and you find a cockroach. When your parent see you they might scream and tell you to stay away. This will stay in your mind a then any time you see a roach you will scream and run away. This is just one of many ways people get this phobia. Being stung by a bee can contribute to the phobia. If you or someone you know is allergic to…

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  • Chitin Lab Report

    units in a linear form. Chitin is insoluble in water and mainly exists in two crystalline (α- and β-) forms. The α-chitin consists of sheets of tightly packed alternating parallel and antiparallel chains (1) and is abundant in the exoskeleton of arthropods, insects, fungi, and yeast cell walls. The chains are arranged in parallel orientation in β-chitin (2), which occurs less frequently in nature and is often extracted from squid pens. The insolubility of chitin is a major limitation in…

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  • Overview Of Buffal Migration Phenology Of North American Birds

    eight species are significantly correlated with temperature and seven species arriving earlier during warmer years. (Elizabeth R.E Scientists at Fargo, ND have studied 83 species of birds for their arrival time over ten years. The study concluded that the majority of arriving earlier than they did historically. The uniqueness of this study is that they measured FAD (First arrival dates) and AGDU (Accumulated growing degree units). The accumulated growing degree units for a time of arrival…

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  • Clostridium Tetani: A Case Study

    smoke. They can go on air streams over impressive separations, (Tortora, et al., 2016). Vector-borne is another mode of transmission where bacterial infections caused by insect bites. Vector-borne are transmitted to human, animal, or plant has by arthropods, generally insects. A more extensive meaning of vector-borne illness perceives that different insects can serve in the part of irresistible infection vector by harbouring pathogens that are caused within vulnerable populaces (Tortora, Funke,…

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  • Polymerase Chain Report

    The random amplified polymorphic DNA-polymerase chain reaction (RAPD-PCR) method was used to examine the genetic variability of Aiolopus thalassinus (Fabr.) populations at heavy metal polluted and unpolluted locations of different geographical distances. Four primers yielded a total of 69 scorable bands, which are all polymorphic. Cluster and Principal component analysis separated the inside and outside Cairo populations into two main branches that were further separated into smaller ones,…

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  • Nullarbor Desert Research Paper

    The Nullarbor Plain Desert Ecosystem Lars Hunt Location: The Nullarbor Plains Desert spans Western and Southern Australia, between approximately 30°S-32°S, 121°E-134°E (figure 1) (Ref 1). The Nullarbor plain is bordered by the arid salt lakes region of Western Australia, arid plains of Southern Australia, and North by the Great Victoria Desert. It is bordered on the south by the Great Australian Bight seacoast (Ref 2). Figure 1 - Location of Nullarbor Plain Biome: The Nullarbor…

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