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  • What Are The Similarities Between Life Of Pi And Religion

    Science in Spirituality; The Allegorical Comparison Between Science and Religion One’s reality is an interpretation, emphasizing the infinite variations of stories one can choose to believe. In the novel Life of Pi by Yann Martel, the protagonist Pi Patel, and his family board the Tsimtaum in hopes of reaching Canada. However, the ship sinks and Pi is thrown onto a lifeboat in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, possessing only the bare essentials for survival. With the company of a Bengal Tiger,…

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  • Analysis Of Pico Hydro Turbines

    What chracterizes the axial flow turbine is its rotation axis. It could be placed vertically or horizontally to water surface. In this latter type the axis is parallel positioned to the incoming water stream. Also the generator can be submerged under water or non-submerged. This turbine is usually used as tidal energy converter. For small river use, the axis could be an angle inclined to the water stream. See figure \ref{Hydro_HorizontalAxis}. Hydrokinetic converters with a vertical axis…

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  • Grendel Character Analysis Essay

    In the story Grendel by John Gardner the main character, Grendel is not what he seems, his appearance is portrayed as a furry ferocious looking beast- but is that what he really is? When Grendel is young he seems to be a shy curious innocent being, except for the fact he feasts on living things; but that's just simply the way he is made, he doesn’t know any better. As the book goes on Grendel gets increasingly curious and his actions start to become more and more outgoing. When he finds his way…

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  • Examples Of Ethical Concerns In Experimental Design

    Ethical Concerns Experimental design is a field whereby ethical concerns are almost always a top priority. Although most individuals see ethical norms as common sense, they often vary from culture to culture and there can be discrepancies in the interpretation even by members within a certain cultural group. Furthermore, it is vital to determine any potential ethical concerns contained within an experiment and address those concerns in order to reduce their potential impact on the results.…

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  • The Differences Of Mendeleev And Modern Periodic Tables

    periodic table’s elements have similar properties repeated at regular intervals. Mendeleev periodic table doesn’t support the fact of the existence of isotopes. Modern periodic table supports this fact as the classification is based upon the atomic number, rather than the atomic weight of the element. Mendeleev periodic table doesn’t support the concept of the atomic structure. Modern periodic table supports this fact by grouping the elements in such a manner that their electronic…

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  • Civilization And Savagery

    Some say that humanity is a choice. That one can choose to lose themselves to an animalistic nature that lies buried within. It is not a choice to be savage, but it is something that is hidden in all people, hidden by the basic and tedious manners that are considered necessary in a high functioning society. In the novel Lord of the Flies, written by William Golding, it definitely seems that the boys lose sight of their humanity and fall prey to the “Horrors underneath” that lay dormant in all…

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  • Composition Of Copper Research Paper

    This implies many things. The atomic number of an element indicates how many electrons and protons there are. The number of electrons should always be the same of protons because their charges cancel and the overall charge of the atom is neutral, and so the number of protons and electrons of copper is 29. There are 29 electrons surrounding the nucleus, organized in orbitals. There are 29 protons in the nucleus, however the number of neutrons is dependent of the carbon isotope being…

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  • Cruelty In Lord Of The Flies

    “What I mean is… maybe it’s only us”(Golding 80). Simon, one of the young boys stranded on a strange island, is referring to the beast and attempts to contradict the rest of the boy 's fears that the beast is somewhere among them. He instead suggests that the evil has always been within them. However, could a group of young, innocent boys really be a manifestation of the cruelty and evil that inhabits human beings? William Golding’s book Lord of the Flies begins when a plane full of English…

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  • Gender Stereotypes In Zathura

    The story of Zathura, by Chris Van Allsburg, is about two brothers who do not get along very well. While the brothers, Walter and Danny, are fighting they find a game that transports them into outer space and causes a lot of problems for the two boys. In order to beat the game they must figure out how to fight all the obstacles the game sends their way. This book teaches boys many gender stereotypes. It does not break from the traditional norms that boys have had to follow for generations.…

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  • Copper Atom Research Paper

    atom is the proton. The proton is a very important part of an atom, because the atomic number of an atom is equivalent to the number of protons that that atom has. Additionally, the mass of an atom is equal to the sum of the number of protons and the number of neutrons of that atom. The number of electrons that an atom has is also equal to the number of protons that that atom has.…

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