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    Smallpox was annihilated it is an irresistible infection caused by the variola infection. Variola infection was an infectious disease that was spreading that started with one person, then the next, people who contracted smallpox demonstrated side- effects of a fever and a skin rash. 3 out of each 10 people with smallpox kicked the bucket, most survivors have perpetual scars over their bodies. Smallpox was destroyed in light of immunization, the main instances of smallpox occurred since 1977, the…

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    My chosen exemplar is Edward Jenner (1749-1823). Edward Jenner is the discoverer of the smallpox vaccine during the eighteenth century which saved many lives at that time and still till this day. Jenner has been widely known as the ‘father of immunology’. Jenner’s publication of his findings that cowpox could protect against the fatal disease, smallpox, gotten him support by the scientific community. Jenner was also promoting vaccination among the poor. Jenner went on to form many scientific…

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    In order to discover a cure and treatment for diseases, experiments had to be conducted. But, not all experiments were successful, and not all patrons were in favor of the medicinal remedies. A major technique that was practiced during the time of the smallpox epidemic was inoculation. Inoculation was a perilous procedure as it involved extracting the pus out of one of the smallpox pustules and then injecting it into a healthy person. The goal of the procedure was to grant a person with immunity…

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    Tim Burton is one of the most famous directors known for his dark style in films such as Edwards Scissorhands, Alice in Wonderland, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children and many more. He uses several different cinematic techniques such as camera movements, editing, and both diegetic and non-diegetic music to emphasize his style. In most of his movies, Burton not only uses various cinematic techniques to show his style, but he also creates peculiar characters that have either a battle with…

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    Cortez, Diana ANTH Sec.1 8/5/14 Piltdown Hoax The pre-sapiens hypothesis was developed by Henri Vallois. It is a theory that consists of two different and separate lineages; they are both in the Mid-Pleistocene. Some people believe that modern Homo sapiens have evolved from one lineage, the pre-sapiens. The Neanderthals which is part of the second lineage evolved into the European Neanderthal population who became extinct. The pre-sapiens hypothesis theory is mainly derived from European fossil…

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    Throughout select films, Burton also uses outcast protagonists and a doubtful mindset to tend to societal issues and limiting forces. For instance, in Edward Scissorhands, the police arrive in a fury wanting to catch the criminal who broke in to the house. Edward walks out of his house with his hands up, just as the police asked. With Edward having scissors for hands it looked the same as Ed holding weapons. The police are not aware of Edward’s characteristic and are ready to fight back. The…

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    Tim Burton the director of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Edward Scissorhands and Corpse Bride. The director uses the cinematic techniques throughout these movies to give it that special effect. Without these cinematic techniques throughout these movies it would not have the same effect it gives for the audience to feel. Every audience member knows that each director has their own style to give of each movie. The director Tim Burton has a dark and creepiness style in each one of his movies.…

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    Dr. Edward Jenner lived between the years 1749 and 1823. During that time period, Smallpox was a disease that killed approximately between 10% and 20% of the population. It was a horrible disease that left multiple deep scars all over people’s bodies if it did not kill them first. During the time period of Chapter 19, many advances were made in medicine. Dr. Jenner’s discovery, experimentation, and invention of the vaccine for smallpox is one of those many advances. Dr. Jenner is considered…

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    Edward Hopper is a famous painter. Edward Hopper is mostly known for his american realism. One of his famous paintings is Nighthawks. Nighthawks was created in 1942. Edward Hopper and his wife Josephine posed modeled for this painting. in 1915 Hopper took up etching and created 60 plates. Edward Hopper studied for 6 years at the New York school of art. Between 1906 and 1910 took 3 long trips to Europe.In Paris he worked on his own outdoor city scenes and after 1910 he went abroad. Edwards…

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    The “father of immunization” Edward Jenner was well-known for his creativity and wisdom. As a large contributor of revolutionizing the face of medicine, Jenner’s experiment with a dangerous and deadly infection transformed into prevention at its finest. The health care industry between the seventeen to eighteen hundreds lacked prevention methods which could have saved thousands of lives. It was during this time infections were considered a death sentence since the use of antibiotics were…

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