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    into a scientific embarrassment. Because they were wrong, their careers effectively ended. So everyone is then afraid of challenging the paradigm. That causes scientists to take less risks and be less brave, merely accepting the paradigm. Everyone in the public listens to what the media had to say. Claim of the IPCC being the top two thousand scientists is far from true. None of the major climate changes in the last years were driven by carbon dioxide. Climate scientists need a problem to receive funding. People are told that the earth’s climate is changing, but the earth’s climate is always changing. In the fourteenth century, Europe plunged into the little ice age. Before that, there was the medieval warm period. Before the medieval warm period, people find more and more warm periods, like the Holocene Maximum. Climate variations in the past are clearly neutral. The temperature was rising before 1940, and then dropped for decades. What people found consistently, in the air people found less warming than the surface. As people go up in the atmosphere, people are supposed to have warming, but the opposite is shown with weather balloons. Many people seem unconvinced that global warming is real. As stated in the “BBC horizon – Science Under Attack” video watched in class, “What worries me is not just that science is under attack, but that people believe that these claims are scientifically valid”. Best place to start is with scientific evidence. Satellites measure data around…

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    source, or their sturdiness as transportation depending on the animal. Alongside food, rivers can also provide our society with an irrigation system for our crops. If a canal type system is constructed, the canal will allow water to flow to our crops, giving our community the opportunity to effectively distribute water to our crops. Not only will the river water assist our harvest, but it will supply our animals with drinking water. Having rivers within close proximity will be a dependable…

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    Many places suffered the crisis of the ‘Little Ice Age’ (1343-1355) such as, Greenland, England, Jutland, Denmark, and Norway, Famine destroying agriculture and Cattles and it was known as a ‘period of economic retraction’. The Great Famine i.e. During 1315-1322 around four to five million population of people died out of thirty million populations in north effecting the huge number of deaths on a larger scale. The Great Famine remained for seven long years. Throughout the famine, around…

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    Known for her stories about adolescents struggling towards adulthood, Higuchi Ichiyō creates a small world full of contrasting young characters in one of her famous works, “Child’s Play”. Also known as “Takekurabe”, which translates to “growing up”, the children of the story cross the line that separates child from adult during a period of individualism and edification. Although “Child’s Play” embraces the purity of the coming-of-age theme, it adds darker elements in order to show the realistic…

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    1. The Tokugawa period is that from 1600-1868 while the Meiji period is from 1868-1912. During the Tokugawa period, there were various levels of class including Samurai, Farmer, Artisans, Merchants, and outcasts (aka hinin or burakumin). The Samurai and burakumin were especially important matters during that time as Samurai’s served as retainers for Daimyos and other government bodies within the domains of Japan. The Tokugawa period was a time of harsh punishment and fear. Much of the…

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    Man must evolve for all human conflict a method which rejects revenge, aggression and retaliation" King not only preached nonviolence, he practiced it. He used words rather than fists, and marches rather than guns. King's ability to rise above the common misconception of the need to fight fire with fire, and be morally better than his oppressors was mind numbing. To be violent while making a moral stand ruins the moral stand. King's moral courage is so provocative because of his commitment…

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    museum and recital hall. Many music majors spend time in this venue honing their listening and performing skills. The individual who performed today was a member of the University of Kentucky faculty. The hall was a great venue to enjoy classical music. There was plenty of seating available, audience was excellent and they were very respectful to the performer. The hall was designed specifically for the performance of classical music and very little to no distortion when the performer hit notes…

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    The turnover from the Tokugawa period to the Meiji is historically seen as a Japan entering a new age of modernization and industrialization to reach western levels of civilization. Tokugawa as a traditional, old fashioned age while Meiji metaphorically as opening itself up to new ideas and western ways of thinking. The Meiji era was a time where Japan opened itself up to western influence. This romanticized way of viewing Meiji as a triumphant time of growing industry and capitalism is,…

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