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  • Who Is David Hume Persuasive Essay

    chimpanzees and their use of tools. However, his argument that animals learn based on experience or observation is slightly more persuasive than his argument that animals are ruled by custom or instinct. One argument of Hume’s is that animals learn things based on experiences of cause and effect. He expands on this by giving an example of a horse not attempting to jump higher than it knows it can from past experience (Hume, pg. 68). This account of the reason of animals is persuasive because it can be seen as true…

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  • Collective Learning Research Paper

    the roots of collective learning from the use of stone tools to the present and its potential in the future. When I look at the technology around me, my phone, my laptop, my car, I think about the effort and knowledge that went into creating these things. The same kind of effort and knowledge went into creating human societies, religions, legal systems, literature, and sciences. All of this is not the work of one man but the collective effort of millions of minds interacting…

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  • Tool Mark Investigation Essay

    Background: The goal of this examination was to compare the suspect’s tools that were submitted to the markings that were found on seven (7) items of evidence. In order to determine if a tool that was submitted could have left a particular mark, class characteristics from both the tools and the mark were observed and recorded, as well as compared to one another in order to narrow down the list of potential tools that could have left a tool mark found on a given item of evidence. Some class…

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  • Analysis: Tool Mark Impressions

    INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC SCIENCE I AND II (Lab Exercise #7) TO: Mr. Francis Burke, Forensic Science Laboratory FROM: Jason Skidmore, Scot Turner, Matthew Wills, and Martin Maldonado: Team Microsil SUBJECT: Tool Mark Impressions A. Description of Assignment This lab was divided into two separate days. On Tuesday, January, 26tht, 2016 in the Police Academy’s Forensic Lab Room 321 at 12:29 a.m., team Microsil began the first part of their Tool Mark Impressions lab. The first part was…

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  • Bonobos And Chimpanzees: A Comparative Analysis

    In discovering the capabilities of bonobos and chimpanzees making use of sophisticated pre-agricultural tools this potentially changes the way hominin evolution developed. Such usage of tools was once regarded as a particular characteristic of archaic pre-humans. Bonobos were observed performing complex action such as using tools to extract food, or using spears for attack or defense. Bonobos are similar to chimpanzees, but previously bonobos did not show a cultural diversity in use of tools as…

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  • Oldowan Technology

    Evidence of Tool Use by Early Hominins Tool use has been around for ages we all know this because we are surrounded by it every day, but how long has tool use in human history been at play? There is evidence of early hominids making and using stone tools that date back millions of years ago. These tools are the earliest known signs of modifying natural materials for use as a tool. In this article we will travel back to the early stages of human evolution to date when we began to use objects to…

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  • The Skin Of Our Teeth Analysis

    costumes for this show felt appropriate as well. I liked how the first two acts had a continuity of color for the Antrobus family and Sabina. The sudden change from each character previously having their own color scheme to just having random colors thrown together in Act III helps portray just how different this world has become. The usage of color was also clever in hinting to the character. Sabina had dark red sprinkled throughout her wardrobe when she could. Dark red is often used to show…

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  • Paleolithic Stone Tools

    carving and hunting, artwork, and even burials. It is important to realize the benefits of these artifacts that serve the worlds proposes today. Stone tools are considered a brilliant invention after discovering that some stone tools date back to 2 million years ago. The first oldest stone tool was found in Gola River, Ethiopia in the 1990’s. It dated back to 2.6 m.y.a. which means that this era was about 5.3 to 2.5 million years ago. Stone tools are the earliest human artifacts that…

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  • Royal Carpet Review Research Paper

    Royal Carpet Reviews Carpet cleaning is extremely important because through it, you can guarantee that all of the debris, unattractive stains, debris and sands that were stored in the rug will be eliminated. Other than the noticeable dirt, it will also eliminate harmful pathogens. Possessing a nice and clean carpet is important as it will keep your own carpets and rugs in good condition and is also much healthier as compared to badly maintained carpets. A lot of the home owners are opting to get…

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  • Hacienda Plains Case Study

    The Totalrecs were superior builders to the Nanosec, as evidenced by the carefully cut stonework. It is likely that they were able to achieve this due to the fact that they were a more “advanced” civilization technologically on par with the Zatopec. The Totalrec had both their stolen goods (which must have included iron tools, as it would most likely be near impossible to create their elaborate pyramids otherwise) and a social organization structured enough to include rulers or kings, as…

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