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    Human intelligence has posed a problem that might prove be the tragic flaw in our very existence. With our intelligent brains and technological advances, we are able to do more than simply survive and carry on the human race. We are able to ponder and wonder and think. This leads to self reflection, deeper interaction with others, and levels of confusion and frustration. The human condition, as defined by Moss and Korman in Biology and the Human Condition, is most simply put as the underlying…

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    Caadavers Human Body

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    centuries. Mostly for dissection to learn about the human body, but now they take on a lot of different purposes besides dissection. In the early days of trying to learn about the human body, people were not allowed to use cadavers because of religious purposes. They used pigs, primates, and even their own imagination to draw the human body. Eventually, these other animals and imagination were not working. Andreas Vesalius was the first to dissect a human cadaver (BrainBlogger 2011). Since…

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    Human nature, after exploring the notion more deeply, seems to suggest that it is more complex than at first glance. Humans, according to the majority of social psychologists, love to simplify ideas into categories or groups leaving the concept of human nature as no exception. Yet, by examining human nature as we have for centuries, we are now shifting our rigid ideas of this concept. Human nature can be viewed as a network web, stringing ideas together in a very intertwine way; such as how…

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    Steinbeck Human Nature

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    combination of all contrasting characteristics, so there is no clear way to fix society because everyone is so different with what drives them as human beings. People constantly find themselves arguing against their conflicting motives, because these motives causes them to behave in certain ways and make decisions that they tend to regret later on. The complexity of human nature is displayed in John Steinbeck's novella, The Pearl. Steinbeck's novella is written as a parable to illustrate…

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    Human Impact On The Ocean

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    The Human Impact Four point eight million metric tons, which equals 10.5 billion pounds. That is the approximate amount of plastic currently in the ocean. A ludicrous amount of plastic and other human-made materials can be found floating through the ocean, disturbing sea life and making a drastic impact on the planet. After years of human interaction with the ocean, the negative effect on both the ocean and people themselves is starting to show and hopefully an opportunity to reverse the damage…

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    Inevitable Human Nature

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    Most people would agree that human nature is valid to the extent that people are effected by physical attributes and genetics. The major debate is whether human nature exists beyond those elements of our lives. I believe in a human nature that is not fixed but adaptable; not only would we have had to evolve to our current condition, but we also must be able to evolve from it. While the genetic differences between chimpanzees and human beings are very small, their effects are drastic and…

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    Humans Vs Macaques

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    believed that animals who are genetically similar to humans could help find cures to various diseases. However, there are many previous examples show that medicines display no negative effects on animals, yet have detrimental effects on humans’ body. The belief of the advantages of medical research continues to be spread. Rhesus macaques are one of the most common animals used in medical experiments as their genetic sequences are highly similar to humans. From a general perspective, it might be…

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    Modular Human Ability

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    Modular Humanity: An Inquiry into Bioethics and Human Ability A reality where a person can swap out every part of their body, from their heart to their fingertips, for high performance electrical parts might arrive in several years as research into biotechnology turns average people into super-humans. Biotechnology and bionics involve humans and electronics assimilating in ways that are beneficial to the person receiving the upgrade. These new forms of treatment currently consist of speculation…

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    Human Research Impact

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    The Impact of Health related human research experiments have long been a debatable topic(dilemmas). The agony, mental and physical torture and suffering associated with those historical experiments greatly influenced the contemporary world's view of such experiments. The negative impacts of those trails on people of different age groups, educational backgrounds, and social classes made today's world view them only as tragedies. On the other hand, the progress achieved by those experiments over…

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    Becoming Human Summary

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    have opened up another door in finding out human past time. From Lucy to Turkana boy to now Homo Naledi we don’t know what else is out there. This is a whole new part of our ancestry. They dispose of their living, like a human would do. Which is intriguing because they were not human. This article couldn’t express the class topic “Becoming Human” any better. This is what they are trying to figure out exactly how we became the way we are. How we became Human. 10 things everyone should know…

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