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    The Marshall Islands are an island country in the Pacific Ocean consisting of 29 atolls and five islands. Ebeye island, also known as the “Slum of the Pacific”, is the most populous and polluted island of Kwajalein atoll in the Marshal islands. The rising seas levels is a big concern because it not only washed up pollutants and trashes onto the land but also cause floods which threaten people’s home and their belongings (Barker, 2013). Ebeye is also known for its frequent power outages that can last up to weeks and its non-existent levels of clean water even though it is surrounded by nothing but water. The people in Ebeye experience some degrees of isolation since it is an island nation with much more imports than exports (Barker, 2013). The…

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    thousand sheep were exposed in 1953. After thousands of the ranchers sheep died following the blasts some ranchers brought unsuccessful lawsuits against the government. People of Utah, Nevada, and Arizona started to find leukemia and other radiation caused cancer five years after the sheep incident. Also after tests began people in the rural parts of Nevada, Utah, and Arizona started to see deer herds and bird flocks diminishing. Atomic weapons were also tested on naval fleets that included…

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    anything, and i want to learn everything to become a NBA player. My friends also support me by playing ball with me and taking on challenges in games for fun. They teach me more to what i need to do to become a good basketball player. In order to reaching my goal i have to stay i focused in school and work very hard so that after i have recieved my first goal which is my high school diploma i can go on to college and take steps to become a NBA player. In conclusion to my professional goal this…

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    They are not limited like words. They can be comprehended in many different ways, given the audience. Shekhar Deshpande says that a picture “could appeal to the semi-literate as well as the literate by providing an entry into a field that needs to be taken with caution and respect for the ‘other’ world” (56). Here, in his essay “The Confident Gaze,” Deshpande emphasizes the role a photograph can have on anyone and any one person can interpret a photo differently. Take the picture of my friends…

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    How could one country destroy the land and lifestyle of another in the name of peace? Bikini Atoll is located 850 kilometers northwest of Majuro on the northern fringe of the Marshall Islands and it has more than 23 islands and islets. The four islands are Bikini, Eneu, Nam and Enidrik. Out of the four islands, Bikini and Eneu were the only islands that have had a permanent population. On August 1945, United States dropped two nuclear weapons in the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 120,000…

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    Research shows that everything one experiences as a child influences the person they grow up to be. For the narrator of the story “King of The Bingo Game,” growing up as a slave significantly influenced his conduct, and his actions reflect how he was raised. In many ways, his experiences negatively influence his future, but in other small ways, his childhood left him with a unique perspective. He values family over everything. This story displays his love for Laura, and how he felt about losing…

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    1. Would you agree that Beckett’s Waiting for Godot perfectly encapsulates all the uncertainties of modernity? Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot belongs to the Theatre of the Absurd. The absence of a meaningful plot, of objective dialogues and of absolute certainty is the state of absurdity. Beckett utilizes absurdity to play around with the concept of existential nullity which saw man trapped in a hostile world. Human life is meaningless and this created a sense of alienation, despair and…

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    Lars and the Real Girl, written by Nancy Oliver and directed by Craig Gillespie, is a heartwarming movie about the acceptance of others. The protagonist, Lars, has to face his differences that he has from other people so he can learn to love himself and let others love him just the same. However, the movie isn’t just about Lars being able to overcome his own problems, but the many other challenges people are faced with when learning to accept one another. The character Lars serves as an ‘other’…

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    go through. Rubo Juda said that the fish on the lagoon were toxic "We soon discovered that the fish in the lagoon were toxic from the reef, so we got sick every time that we would eat fish.” The article also stated that the island had a evil spirit on it called “demon Litobora” that cause a fire on the island and the old Elini’s death. On top of that the Bikinians had no source of income to help them survive. After a month on the island people were starving. On march 1948 the Bikinians were…

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    Synopsis: Amelia life seems pretty perfect to her at least till a tragic accident happens that turns everything upside down. Amelia discovers that many secrets have been kept from her and realizes maybe her life was not so perfect after all. Theme: My theme is coming out of your comfort zone. Characters: Amelia Rose Elbridge is an over privileged young adult who was always taught to be very humble. Amelia is almost eighteen years old and has been homeschooled her whole life. Emmett Orson is…

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