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    I had to understand why Seurat used such a difficult technique for his work. I then came upon the theory that perhaps he wanted to produce a deeper sense of life in his paintings. All things in the world are composed of millions of cells, and these cells create objects, color, and everything that practically exists. I imagine that Seurat's motive was to utilize this scientific law in his work to give an atmosphere of life, texture, and movement in the scenes that he…

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    Everyone has read, at one point or another, the heart-wrenching tale of partners being separated by war and of the trials and tribulations of them persevering through such a trying time. It is a very well-known story because it is easy to imagine how one would feel without their significant other. Imagining this scenario from a child’s perspective, however, is not. Without being a military child, it is nearly impossible to imagine yourself in that situation, as it is so unique. The deployment of…

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    Dr. Ham's Creation Debate

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    The debate to be evaluated at hand is one that included two renown figures who are well respected in their fields of study. Involved in this meticulous debate was the mechanical engineer and science educator Dr. Bill Nye, along with Christian fundamentalist and young earth creationist Dr. Ken Ham. Dr. Ham believes that creation is a viable model of origins in today’s modern scientific era. Young earth creationist and professor of Biomimetic and Engineering at University of Bristol Stuart Burgess…

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    Critical theory is, in my opinion, best defined by Marx(1843), as the ‘self-clarification of struggles and wishes of the age’, a general applicable definition that does not take into consideration a specific historical time, place or political problem. In order to talk about critical theory and its genuinely critical features I believe it is essential to make a clear distinction between critical theories and scientific theories. According to Frankfurt School there are 3 main categories of…

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    Based off a study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, Women’s Fitness website claims that a decrease in the amount of red meat and dairy products consumed can reduce your risk of developing pancreatic cancer in an article titled “Animal Fat Linked to Pancreatic Cancer”. After the study and claim were both evaluated, this argument turns out to be inductively weak. The study conducted is a good study as it was a controlled study with one variable. However, the sample used to…

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    INFO 200 Reflection Essay

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    I feel that taking up INFO 200 was one of the best decisions I have ever taken at the University Of Washington. It has opened a whole new perspective of looking at things for me. Previously any new technological discoveries or advances used to make me compute in my mind about the things used to create it, the data structures and the language that goes into making it, etc. However, after taking up this class my perspective has shifted to things like the design issues, the flaws with the user…

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    Anthem Essay The ability to judge right from wrong is mankind’s defining characteristic. To express that characteristic of humanity is how someone denotes their actions to be. In the novella Anthem by Ayn Rand, the character Equality 7-2521 is seen writing, for himself, in an underground tunnel, alone. He remarks in the early on in the first chapter that he is sinning his society’s teaching for doing so. This is because he belongs to a socialist, collective, community where everyone must be…

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    Anthem Relationship Theme Imagine a world with everyone equal. Everyone is taught and respected the same way. You are not allowed to show love or preference to certain person or any thing. Well that's what the novel Anthem by Ayn Rand is about. It is a science fiction type of book and is revolved around one to two characters. They are Equality 7-2521 and Liberty 5-3000. They are essentially rebelling against society. There are harsh and strict rules. Some of them are just ridiculous. Equality…

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    Equality vs. Society “True independence and freedom can only exist in doing what’s good”(Young). This quote states that you need independence and individuality to be good, and that is exactly what Equality demonstrates. Anthem was written in 1938 by Ayn Rand, who is from Saint Petersburg, Russia. Many novels first words have a huge impact on the entire story, this is especially true in the novella Anthem. “It is a sin to write this.” The opening line of Anthem suggests in the society, there is a…

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    In the book Anthem by Ayn Rand, the society is orderly, simple, and “equal.” The government has forced everyone and everything to be the same. Now, instead of speaking as an individual, they speak as one. People are forced to say “we” instead of I, “us” instead me or “ours” instead of mine. Throughout the course of the text, the theme of Relationships has progressed and developed in many ways. In the beginning, Equality 7-2521 loved his brothers, just as they love him. Before they go to bed,…

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