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    The national treasure of China, the giant panda, is considered one of the most endangered species in the world. The habitat of the giant panda was significantly affected by the climate change, especially the global warming, which therefore increased the living difficulty of the giant panda. Hence, in order to protect the giant pandas, we need to establish more nature reserves with more understory bamboos. Understory bamboos are not only an important food source for the giant pandas but also a…

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    When we look on a larger scale the India owns a rich cultural heritage. The culture plays a vital role in defining the particular design style of a place or people with time. The objective of the paper is to study the changes in culture and heritage from vernacular to modern era around India. Vernacular design has been evolved through a process of trial and error from ages. In Methodology the vernacular and contemporary are documented and analyzed on various parameters of tradition. The…

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    Waste for life is a liberally confederated network of architects, artists, designers, scientists, engineers and cooperatives with aim of proposing and advancing solutions to particular environmental dilemma. The equality and extension are the criteria for utilizing resources as a basic and fair society in the vision of Waste for life. By offering scientific knowledge and technology, Waste for life is dedicated to assistance in residents who have poverty problem. As an additional objective,…

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    Bipedalism Vs Homo Erectus

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    Bipedalism was another important factor in the ability for humans to kill at a distance. According to Robert S. Corruccini and Henry H. McHenry in “Knuckle Walking Hominids Ancestors,” “Humans still retain features from a probable knuckle walking ancestor.” However, and some point in human history early humans began to walk upright as modern humans do. According to "Evolution of hominid bipedalism and prehensile capabilities" by Russell H. Tuttle, “The earliest hominids would be recognized as…

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    Ap Psychology 5.1

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    Review Questions # 5 2. Distinguish between autosomal dominant and autosomal recessive disorders and provide a couple examples of each. When dealing with genetic disorders its important to understand how they are inherited. There are two ways a child can inherited a genetic disorder from their parents. Autosomal dominant disorder is where one parent has a genetic disorder in which it has already manifested such as familial hypercholesterolaemia, marfan’s syndrome, and…

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    the sound speed. F22 raptor is important for United States Global Strike Force by United States Air Force. F22 has only one pilot there can not be another pilot ,different than B2. F22 raptor has two engines. It has low radar trace thanks to composite materials which included in ıts body. Although it can be detected by ESM system. It means it is not impossible to find it. Bombs and missiles have to be found in private warehouses inside the plane. Bombs and missiles should not be found in under…

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    From the 16th to the 19th century, many poets were born, lived out their lives, and made poetry come alive.. Each famous poet, that we still learn today, stands out with their own style of writing. Thomas Warton, however, wrote pieces using various subjects leaving him a minor poet. Born in the year of 1728 at Basingstoke, in Hampshire, Thomas Warton descended from an ancient family, whose residence was at Beverly, in Yorkshire. He had an ancestor who was knighted in the civil wars…

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    this volcano. A good example is on the Discovery Channel. It has been airing special episodes about this super volcano that is under Yellowstone. The reality is that all volcanoes are extremely dangerous, no matter what kind is erupting. Whether a composite cone, cinder cone or a shield volcano the dangers are extremely high. The question to ask is, what would happen though if it were a super volcano that was erupting? The magnitude of its destruction it…

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    Catalyst Layer Essay

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    A catalyst layer is usually the slimmest layer in a PEM fuel cell; however this is an extremely complex component because of its porosity, several phases, and reactions (Spiegel 2008). An efficient catalyst layer should provide several functions at the same time; transporting the electron and the proton, supplying oxygen and hydrogen and water management. The structure and composition of the catalyst layer affects all these roles. Optimization of the catalyst layer can provide for all these…

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    Boeing Case Study

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    1) What is 787’s value proposition? In an environment where price competition is high and cost (labor, fuel) is getting higher, Boeing focused on delivering values of efficiency to persuade consumers to use its product. Offers to design and deliver a super-efficient plane that would fly as fast as today’s fastest commercial airplanes and encourage airlines to retire their Boeing 767s and Airbus A300s and A310s and replace them with 787s rather than Airbus’s A330 planes at that time. Boeing…

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