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    The article “Origin, Persistence, and Resolution of the Rotational Grazing Debate: Integrating Human Dimensions into Rangeland Research” by Briske is about the debate regarding the benefits and negatives of rotational grazing. It talks about the beginning of this concept and the major reasons for it. Rotational grazing start to come around the 20th century due to severe rangeland degradation and now it is the professional norm for grazing management. There are arguments that rotational grazing…

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    The Appalachian Trail has been a major source of curiosity for many scholars in the past, and it will continue this trajectory for years to come. Even more individuals have embraced the theme of conservation within historical writing. Each segment of scholarship that focuses on these topics does so through varying lenses, though typically social, utilizing numerous methodologies, and originates from varying backgrounds. Despite these numerous approaches to the topics of the Appalachian Trail and…

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    becomes a theory that you can prove. Therefore, Isaac observing the apples power to fall down made him think of the theory that gravity was indeed a thing, which, he was later capable of proving, is science! 1.b What kinds of understanding does science contribute about the natural world?…

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    While conventionally it would be the job of the critic, not the critiqued, to theorize as to the author’s ulterior motives in presenting, in this case, the plainly unreasonable as theory and pedagogy, they in a radical turn however have provided an account of their own skullduggery (likely on the admittedly safe assumption that no one outside the field of writing studies would make it more than 3 pages into this work.) “Reimagining FYC as Intro to Writing Studies might create more natural…

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    decay and earthquakes still employ logarithms. Calculus, invented by Sir Issac Newton, helps in incorporating the movement of the solar system bodies into one mathematical equation. The equation I could relate to most was Claude Shannon’s information theory which indicates the amount of information contained in a…

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    Essentialism is the idea that only good theories are those that give the ultimate explanation for phenomena in terms of their underlying essences. Operationism is the idea that concepts in scientific theories must in some way be grounded in observable events that can be measured. This idea removes all feelings and intuitions of a particular individual because it is not replicable by others. Removing the feelings from an experiment allows the experiment to be tested by anyone who can carry out…

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    discusses the scientific method. Use my powerpoint notes to help you answer the questions. 4 The scientific method consists of the following: Theory, Hypothesis, Observation, Analysis, Application 5 You…

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    Certainly, the reading this week highlights one of the most important use of a hypothesis when conducting research. A hypothesis is an educated guess that can be proven, with either a positive or negative conclusion in the research. Knowing the difference between a null hypothesis and an alternative hypothesis allows researchers to plan their research accordantly. For instance, if a researcher is planning to research the relationship between two or more variables the alternative hypothesis…

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    organisms change and differentiates over time. That process says nothing about where the first living organism came from, the notion that it arose from non-living processes is abiogenesis, something creationists frequently confuse with evolution. This theory which has been scientifically investigated for centuries with findings of fossils, DNA research, etc. Typically, evolutionary biologists like to point out the differences in species as they branch away from common ancestors, but they also…

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    Absolute Dating

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    In the absence of absolute dating, there are other elements that can help us to know the relative chronology of the monuments. The characteristics and style of the religious and funerary written monuments and their texts did not stay static but changed during the Roman period. Thus, if we can identify when innovations were introduced and when others disappeared, their presence can be use for determining the date of an inscription. External elements as typology and decoration as well as internal…

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