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    evidence. Chimera, to most portrays an image of a mythical beast; however, it is becoming an issue for the justice system and a small percent of people. Genetic chimeras are alternating the legal justice system by questioning biological evidence in court cases…

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    Chimeras In Frankenstein

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    If one were to take two different zygotes from animals, one can combine animals to make a hybrid, a new animal ultimately. Chimeras are a combination of two or more animals that are made into one. Just like in the book Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, a gothic novel, the creature was made out of multiple people. There are different types of chimeras and they do not need to be animals, people, usually twins, are chimeras. Chimeras can be used for medical treatment via transplants. Imagine having a…

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    experience of the soldiers of the Vietnam War presents itself within the poems, “Camouflaging the Chimera” by Yusef Koumunyakaa and “A Piece of Sky without Bombs” by Lam Thi My Da. In Koumunyakaa’s poem, the author describes the experience of the American Soldiers as they travelled through the secluded jungles of Vietnam, waiting for the Vietcong to attack. The purpose of this poem is to highlight the experiences of a soldier in Vietnam, rather than just looking in from an outside perspective.…

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    War is always a way for men to get what they want or in most cases to settle a disagreement they have with each other. War is never a good thing because many innocent people die at war, they have their own lives and are dragged into fight for something they were originally not a part of. In some cases, however, men are more than glad to go into war and fight for anything, some treat it as an honorable thing to do, while others do it for their pride. The poems Red Badge of Courage by Stephen…

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    When the human stem cells are injected into the embryo, sometimes the organs the stem cells grow in the wrong places which can be painful when the embryo develops further. This is a risk that I believe is outweighed by the potential positive outcome of the organs and the cures. The human-animal chimera embryos should no longer be banned by the National Institute of Health to develop more than 28 days. In the case of Patricia Piccinini’s sculpture, “The Young Family”, the creature looks like it…

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    Brimstone's Lair

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    Laini Taylor’s Daughter of Smoke and Bone “Once upon a time, an angel and devil fall in love. It didn’t end well.” ~Laini Taylor By Liannah Mauldin 28th March, 2016 The Setting Brimstone’s Lair In Eretz or the ‘otherworld’, this tower is where Karou was raised for as long as she can remember with Brimstone (her fatherly Chimera), Issa (the Naja Chimera), Yasari (Parrot Chimera), and Twiga (Giraffe Chimera). With having no recollection of her parents or how she got here, she has assisted…

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    He came across a muscular middle aged man tied to a tree. As soon as he saw draco he yelled for help. Draco cut the ropes easily using his sword the man introduced himself as Diego. He said that he had been tied up by his village as a offering to the chimera who had the body of a lion, the head of a goat, a snake tail and huge wings. Diego said the Chimera will be coming back soon and there's no use running, the Chimera will hunt you down. There only option was to kill the Chimera. Just then…

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    Many Americans’ dreamt of flying cars that would captivate and set a path for the future. As we have entered the twenty-first century, cars that hover above us are no where to be found but in fictional stories. Fifty years ago, no one would have imagined that technology could excel past flying transportation. In the last few years, scientists have become intrigued by the idea of combining DNA in order to further our species medical technology. By researching this topic, we’ve stumbled on a…

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    Chimerism started with a Greek mythology of Oedipus which is an unfortunate fellow he saw his father that marrying her mother. But she committed suicide and Oedipus saves many people in the city of Thebes because of a terrible monster. The story is about a monster feared by everyone because it has inherent power that can defeat anyone and it also has intelligence as a person. This intelligence can be deadly combination of chimera or also called chimerism a creature in Greek mythology may have…

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    Data was then collected under an excel sheet, where we transferred our group results individually and also calculated the groups average. The data was entered on an excel sheet into tables and also presented as graphs. The tables represented the percentage of times the participant chose each tone to the corresponding chimera sound. The graphs were a visual representation of the information presented in the tables. There were four tables, two were for tone 2 and two were for tone 4. One table was…

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