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    Sciencia is a world analogous to Eath. Based on the present day plate boundaries and similarities on multiple continents, It’s believed that the continents of Sciencia were once together as a supercontinent called Edisonia. The supercontinent held 6 of the 8 modern continents, which broke apart due to tectonic forces in the Lithosphere. Also, the 7th and 8th continents were believed to have formed from volcanic eruptions on convergent plate boundaries. The edges on the modern- day Sciencian continents have experienced weathering and erosion, which makes it hard to precisely piece them back together. The continents split apart on a divergent plate boundary near the center of the supercontinent, continuing to drift to their modern day plate boundaries. There is an abundance of evidence that suggests that the continents were once together. Marble deposits on both Keplerland and Galileosium suggest that they were once connected. Many Ridal Shears lie along the once-conjoining coasts of Keplerland and Galileosium. End Moraine and Basaltic rock connects all the continents to each other and suggests that they were near an ocean. Drumlin Fields connect all the continents except for Galileosium, Wegenerland, and the Bacon Islands. Based on the continents…

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    intermediate, or deep? Fourth, explain the type of plate boundary the earthquake from the third question was near and why are earthquakes common to this area? Fifth where was the deepest and the…

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    Earthquakes and volcanoes go hand in hand like peanut butter and jelly or rice and beans. Where there are volcanos there are usually tectonic plates beneath them either pushing against or pulling away from one another. Take for instance the Cascade Mountain Range in Northern California and stretches through Oregon and into Vancouver, British Columbia and sits northeast of the San Andreas Fault line that runs 750 miles through California. This fault creates the tectonic boundary between the…

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    In an open family many people are allowed to go in and out of the home and it is open to everyone. In a closed family only the members are allowed to be with each other. For example, a closed family would only allow for the children to be each other’s friends and not have anyone else be involved in family functions such as birthday parties. Only family members would be allowed to attend. According to Anderson and Sabatelli most families fall somewhere in between a closed and open family. “These…

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    Initially boundaries were not defined, with walls serving as out of bounds markers in most cases (Frazier, 1998, p. 12). In 1904 the boundaries became straight lines with ball possession awarded to the first player to touch the ball after it went out of bounds (Kloppenburg, et al. 2013). Subsequently leading to pushing, shoving, elbowing, desperate dives, and total bedlam (Kloppenburg, et al. 2013). Since basketball was often played on dance floors and in social halls, wire cages had to be…

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    Boundaries Of Competence

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    Boundaries of Competence Counsellors help their clients in a variety of ways and there are many different types of counsellors depending on their speciality. For example, there is Marriage and Family counsellor, Guidance and Career counsellor and Mental health counsellor just to name a few. These different types of counsellors require specialized studies in specific courses in order to use their specific techniques although some will overlap. Section A3 of the Canadian Counselling and…

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    Blurred Boundaries

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    Rob Reich lectures that blurred lines between the private, public (government), and social sectors have altered how social change happens in the economy. He explains that the shifts in behavior and responsibilities across the traditional sectors have led to improper behavior and decision making, which has also led to the poor management of responsibilities. While the blurred boundaries stress the existing laws, regulations and expectations, the overlap in the boundaries created is a space for…

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    Personal Boundaries

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    Everyone in this world is different in their own unique way. We all come from different communities and have different ethnicities, etc. One of the features that most societies share is there personal space. This boundary is roughly about 2 feet away and varies from person to person. In this week’s discussion board I decided to test out this boundary and stand closer while engaging in a conversation. My prediction was that people would get angry at me. However, it was almost the complete…

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    Pushing Boundaries

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    Milton Berle once said, “If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.” Pushing boundaries is something I want to do. I want to be able to open new doors for those who come after me and experience what I was not able to. Such opportunities include seeing the world right after high school and going to the college of my dreams without being held back by lack of money. Choosing a career was the most difficult decision I have ever had to face; and it still is. Pursuing the surgical field of…

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    Family Boundaries

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    Expectations are set so people can meet them and also live up to them. All families of all different kinds need boundaries. Boundaries are the base of all healthy relationships. Family boundaries are based on values, thus varying amongst different families. However, the best family values should include expected behavior, prohibited behavior, family rules, and clear agreements. Some examples of family values and expected behavior would be: getting good grades, going to church on sundays,…

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