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    Abstract As vehicular pollution is increasing in the environment because of the hazardous CO2 and other carbon compound emissions and other harmful pollutants that are emitted by the vehicles puts a negative impact on the atmosphere. Society has been making a large effort to make everything green and cleaner in today’s world, including transportation. Buying a car is big investment and requires the consideration of many different variables. With the growing interest in saving our planet, many…

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    DDT Argumentative Essay

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    All around the world, DDT is creating harmful effects against both humans and the environment. For many years, DDT has been used to control malaria by killing mosquitos in certain countries. However, DDT should not be used to fight malaria because it can damage many ecosystems and harm people in the long run. DDT is not only harmful to the environment, but is harmful to humans and animals. The most important example of DDT hurting an ecosystem is the case of malaria in Borneo. In the 1950s, the…

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    There are many different types of driving throughout the given year. The times of the year though where driving is most different is during winter and summer. They are many different things you must do and obstacles you must go through during these two seasons of the year. In the summer you have a couple different things that you must deal with. The number one thing you have to be aware of is the heat. Heat can cause a lot of problems with your car. When it is hot your car can over heat easier…

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    The weather and setting of Roger Rosenblatt’s essay, “The Man in the Water,” had a prodigious effect on one particular man as well as everyone else who was involved in the catastrophic January 13, 1982 crash of Air Florida Flight 90. Due to the winter season and the weather conditions, the water in the Potomac River where passengers landed was frigid. One courageous man stepped forward and began to save as many of the horrified and dying people as he could. Since the water was so cold, it…

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    Lithobates Sphenocephalus, commonly known as Southern Leopard Frog are a part of the Anura order of amphibians meaning “without tail,” and in the Ranidae family, also considered to be “true frogs” which are the most widely distributed family occurring on all continents with the exception of Antartica. The average size of Southern Leopard frogs is about 2-3 ½ inches. The Southern Leopard frog is native to the United States in the eastern region, and contains two subspecies currently: R. s.…

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    for living in the conditions? Sixteen of the cities located in China are the targets for immense amounts of pollution, and while there were tasks attained to clear it up, there were no long-term effects. India has found it difficult to clean up their air pollution because they are afraid that it will slow down their economic growth. Environmental issues in the countries of India and China have made a significant role in the Southern and Eastern Asia region by comparing with each other, as well…

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    died trying to reach the summit. But the most dangerous part of climbing Mount Everest is not trying to reach the summit — it’s trying to get back down. All three deaths occurred on the descent. After Jon Krakauer, wrote the bestseller, Into Thin Air, detailing his harrowing experience on Mount Everest, in which, only two of the six mountaineers who reached the summit survived, it was believed that climbers who die scaling Mount Everest lack the experience needed to navigate the mountain’s…

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    There are many challenges and obstacles that we face, both mentally and physically in life. After reading, “Into Thin Air,” written by Jon Krakauer, he shares his, along with others experiences of climbing Mount Everest. During this journey, climbers had to mentally and physically prepare themselves for any obstacles that headed their way. Krakauer, in particular, had prior climbing experience, but wasn’t as experience in higher altitudes such as Everest. Unfortunately, some climbers didn’t make…

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    it becomes easier to control and therefore easier to reach faster speeds. Also a NASCAR car is filled with nitrogen rather normal air in the average car. In a ChemMatters article it states “Another difference between NASCAR car tires and normal tires is that NASCAR car tires are filled with nitrogen not normal air” (Rohrig). Nitrogen has less moisture than normal air does, so having nitrogen in the tires holds less moisture in the tires. Moisture can alter the tire pressure because the tires…

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    of Abilene, Texas. Shortly after birth he and his family moved to Flower Mound, TX. He was raised in Flower Mound. Shortly after college, Jimmy joined the United States Air Force. Jimmy raised one boy and one girl their names are Alex and Angela, And 5 lovely grandkids. Jimmy Park was only in the Air Force for 5 years after his Air force days he became a Pilot for American Airlines. Jimmy flew millions of people in his lifetime. He flew all the plane from an E145 all the way up to a B77W. Jimmy…

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